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Saturday, December 29, 2007

IDF finds explosive chemicals in EU aid bags


The army said 6.5 tons of potassium nitrate were in bags marked as sugar from the European Union for Palestinians.

The cargo in a Palestinian truck was traveling in the occupied West Bank and seized several weeks ago at an Israeli checkpoint, the army said.
For the record, 6.5 tons of potassium nitrate is almost three times as powerful as the bomb that McVeigh used in Oklahoma City - 5,000 pounds (2,300 kg).

So here is the peace plan: Give the Palestinians $7.5B in aid and force Israel to remove the checkpoints. Yeah, that will surely do the trick!

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