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Friday, May 02, 2003

Thank you to Wesley Pruden, Editor in chief of The Washington Times, for the great clarity he exhibits in today's editorial, "Can't anybody here read a road map?"

"The words to the music, which every Palestinian child will want to sing on the road to peace - or at least to the peace process - urges killing Jews and seeks to inspire with scenes of masked gunmen firing their AK-47s, and aerial photographs of targeted Israeli towns, of an Israeli couple on a stroll and of groups of teenage Israeli girls. Young Palestinian men are encouraged - usually by old Palestinian men who keep themselves carefully out of harm's way - to prove their manhood by killing women and children, the frailer, the smaller, the more vulnerable the better."