Saturday, June 18, 2005

Revenge of scary quotation marks 

Islamofascists think this is bad news - so, of course, it's not:
The Palestinian magazine al-Manar from Jerusalem reported in its issue No. 726 that according to informed sources, on Wednesday, 8 June 2005, Ahmad Chalabi, the puppet so-called "deputy prime minister" of Iraq; and Muwaffaq ar-Rabi'i, the puppet so-called "Iraqi national security adviser" arrived in "Israel" where they held meetings and discussions with top Zionist officials, including the so-called "prime minister of 'Israel'" Ariel Sharon, and Giora Eiland, the so-called "chairman of the national security council" of the Zionist entity. Also attending the talks with the Iraqi puppet officials was Zionist "foreign minister" Silvan Shalom.
I know that news wire service love to abundantly use quotation marks, but Free Arab Voice surely takes the cake, including for the use of not single but a double scary quotes in "prime minister of 'Israel'" (proceeded by a qualifier "so called", no less). Reuters and Agence France-Presse, eat your hearts out.

Jihad Unspun and al-Manar, by the way, are the only "news" "sources" so far reporting Chalabi's Israeli trip.


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