Anyone who wants to visit a gorilla preserve in Uganda, for example, knows what the restrictions are. The visitor must provide a certificate showing that he is not sick, and curious tourists are permitted only to visit in small groups and must leave the preserve in less than 24 hours. Tourists who go to the nature preserves in Tanzania know that it is forbidden to leave their vehicles, to throw food in the direction of the animals or get close to them. Anyone who kills a white polar bear in the snow fields will be brought to trial. There are clear, internationally recognized rules that define which species are threatened and how to preserve them.For more than 100 years the Arabs have been wondering how this "Zionist Entity" peopled by this kind of twisted mentally ill individuals survives. Neither I know.
Israel is a dangerous preserve and responsible nations should have issued a travel warning for this country long ago, or at least published a detailed guide of what is permitted or forbidden to do here. Which words or sentences induce a warning growl... The guidebook would explain what is likely to cause Israel to bite and which sites the tourist is advised to avoid...
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Dont Feed the Animals (of the Israel Gorilla Reservation)
Zvi Barel writes in the execrable anti-Zionist paper HaAretz that Israel should be treated as any other Ugandan gorilla reservation.