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The Religion of Peace (and burnin' stuff!)

Okay, so it was a case of mistaken identity. I'm sure it could happen to anyone!

A Palestinian youth rides a bicycle past burning vehicles of the Palestinian Electric Company, mistakenly believed to have belonged to Hamas, that were set ablaze during the funeral for Fatah members who were killed overnight, in Gaza City, Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2006. Hamas gunmen killed two Palestinian policemen loyal to the rival Fatah movement early Wednesday, hours after the sides agreed to a new cease-fire meant to end more than a week of factional fighting. (AP Photo/Wesam Saleh-MaanImages)

And here's a little hint for Jon Carry's quest to "solve" the problems in the Middle East: The Palestinian territories are violent because Palestinian Arabs embrace violence.

The bill for my consulting services is in the mail, Jon. Be sure to continue reading for more exciting pictures of this "accidental" burning.

Update: The irony of this article is too delicious to pass over. Again, what you're seeing is the inevitable result of raising an entire generation who understand nothing but violence.

I'll close with an, "Oh, the Humanity!" for good measure.
A crowd of Palestinians run from burning vehicles of the Palestinian Electric Company, mistakenly believed to have belonged to Hamas, that were set ablaze during the funeral for Fatah members who were killed overnight, in Gaza City, Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2006. Hamas gunmen killed two Palestinian policemen loyal to the rival Fatah movement early Wednesday, hours after the sides agreed to a new cease-fire meant to end more than a week of factional fighting. (AP Photo/Wesam Saleh-MaanImages)


A Palestinian man rides a donkey cart through smoke near burning vehicles of the Palestinian Electric Company, mistakenly believed to have belonged to Hamas, that were set ablaze during the funeral for Fatah members who were killed overnight, in Gaza City, Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2006. Hamas gunmen killed two Palestinian policemen loyal to the rival Fatah movement early Wednesday, hours after the sides agreed to a new cease-fire meant to end more than a week of factional fighting. (AP Photo/Wesam Saleh-MaanImages)


A Palestinian runs past burning vehicles of the Palestinian Electric Company, mistaking believed to have belonged to Hamas, that were set ablaze during the funeral for Fatah members who were killed overnight, in Gaza City, Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2006. Hamas gunmen killed two Palestinian policemen loyal to the rival Fatah movement early Wednesday, hours after the sides agreed to a new cease-fire meant to end more than a week of factional fighting. (AP Photo/Wesam Saleh-MaanImages)


Vehicles of the Palestinian Electric Company, mistakenly believed to have belonged to Hamas, burn after being set ablaze by angry demonstrators during the funeral for Fatah members who were killed overnight, in Gaza City, Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2006. Hamas gunmen killed two Palestinian policemen loyal to the rival Fatah movement early Wednesday, hours after the sides agreed to a new cease-fire meant to end more than a week of factional fighting. (AP Photo/Wesam Saleh-MaanImages)


Palestinian bystanders gather around burning cars, mistakenly believed to belong to Hamas, that were set ablaze by Fatah supporters during the funeral for Fatah members who were killed overnight, in Gaza City, Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2006. Hamas gunmen killed two Palestinian policemen loyal to the rival Fatah movement early Wednesday, hours after the sides agreed to a new cease-fire meant to end more than a week of factional fighting. The destroyed vehicles turned out to be cars belonging to the electric company.(AP Photo/Naman Omar)


A Palestinian armed Fatah member walks past a burning vehicle, mistakenly believed to belong to Hamas, during the funeral for Fatah members who were killed overnight, in Gaza City, Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2006. Hamas gunmen killed two Palestinian policemen loyal to the rival Fatah movement early Wednesday, hours after the sides agreed to a new cease-fire meant to end more than a week of factional fighting. The destroyed vehicles turned out to be cars belonging to the electric company.(AP Photo/Naman Omar)


A Palestinian woman walks near burning vehicles ouside the electricity company in Gaza City. An uneasy calm reigned in Gaza after a deadly gunbattle rattled a new ceasefire aimed at halting a wave of Palestinian factional fighting and avoiding a slide into civil war.(AFP/Mahmud Hams)


A Palestinian youth gestures as he stands in front of burning vehicles in front the electricity company in Gaza City. Al-Qaeda's second in command Ayman al-Zawahiri has vowed in a videotape that his group will pursue attacks on the United States and slammed Palestinian Hamas for joining the political process.(AFP/Mahmud Hams)


A Palestinian man tries to extinguish a burning vehicle parked in front the electricity company in Gaza City.(AFP/Mahmud Hams)

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Comments:

#1 captainfish 20-Dec-2006
Hmmm... is that kid in the last photo the grandson of the wailing woman from Lebanon???? Wonder if they teach that pose in their Jihad schools.

I find it amazing, and a bit amusing, that the electric company has such nice expensive vehicles. Guess they get paid well huh?
#2 Brian 20-Dec-2006
Cap'n! Haven't seen you here in a while! Welcome back! :)

In most likelihood, the company is backed by millions of dollars from the European Union, in which case mere piddly things like "the price of cars," are not nearly important in the least. ;)

Warmest Regards,
Brian
#3 forest 20-Dec-2006
Yep. I think It's about time for the self-loathers in Europe to send more money to these gangsters. But only to the peace-loving civilian wings of Hamas and Fatah...

From Cesar Millan "the Dog Whisperer" to Europe:

"Never reward unwanted behavior from RoP"

"RoP needs rules boundaries and limitations"

"Never submit to will of RoP"

"Discipline always comes before affection"
#4 forest 28-Dec-2006
I almost forgot my favorite:

"Excited/aggressive RoP doesn't listen to talk"
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