Magnetic cards won’t cure their desire to kill Jews

The Israeli civil administration in the territories has started issuing Palestinians a new type of magnetic card that employs biometric identification techniques – face-prints, handprints, eye-prints, and fingerprints. The new identity cards are meant to be used in conjunction with the separation fence, and will be used at seven special access points along the barrier and in the Ramallah area.

The idea is that card-holders will not have to come into contact with soldiers, but simply swipe their cards through the identification device. The first 2,000 cards have been issued to residents of the Tulkarm area. A civil administration source said the cards are issued within 10 minutes, and on the spot, eliminating the long lines and lengthy wait for the IDs in use today.

Folks, just think how much easier it will be for “palestinians” to hide waist-laden TNT belts to cross from the land they stole from Israel into the sovereign nation of Israel’s borders, now that there will not be soldiers there as deterrents to Palestinian terror. After hese magnetic cards become standard, I don’t want to hear a peep out of any of the ISM-animals, about how “unfair” the IDF treats the “poor palestian peepull”, once they they will no longer be held up for periods of time at border crossings. Israel is bending over backwards to accomodate Palestinian Muslim murderers, rapists and thieves by giving them land, beautiful land, cultivated gardens and orchards, jobs and an economy.

Just what are the Palestinian Muslim criminals giving back in return? Zero and with a promise of more terror to come. See, folks, the Palestinian goal, clearly defined in the hateful Palestinian National Charter, is to eradicate the “Zionist enemy”. Read it for yourself. You think things are bad now? Just wait and see what will happen when Jerusalem enters the “contiguous land for the Palestinians” discussion; the war started by Islam against the Rest Of The World has will have only just begun.

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