Quote of the day

Nissan Ratzlav-Katz, in National Review Online, discusses Arafat’s selection of Ahmed Qureia (a/k/a Abu Ala; a/k/a the latest vessel) to be prime minister of the Palestinian Authority. The essence of this exercise in musical chairs is captured beautifully, if not politically correctly, by Isreal’s tourism minister Binyamin Elon: “At this rate, instead of Abu Mazen, we’ll have Abu Ala, and he’ll be replaced by Abu Ali, and then Abu Jilda or whoever

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