Friday, November 19, 2010

Photo of an oppressed West Bank Arab woman

Veet sent me this picture he took at the Rami Levy supermarket in Gush Etzion, in the dreaded territories.

The Arab woman looks so oppressed as she is forced to find bargains while standing next to an evil, colonialist, land-grabbing, imperialist, Jewish settler.

 The very idea of Jews and Arabs living together in Judea and Samaria is self-evidently abhorrent. After all, every human rights activist on the planet thinks that this store shouldn't exist, that this woman should not be subjected to shopping with Jews, and segregation - not coexistence - between Jews and Arabs is the very definition of peace.

And it is easy to see why, when pictures like this of melancholy Arabs get published.

Meanwhile, in the parking lot, peace-loving Palestinian Authority spies are taking pictures of the cars at the store with PA license plates, so they can be subjected to, I am sure, proper professional therapy for their harrowing experience at being subjugated and humiliated by Jews.