Monday, January 29, 2007

The Israeli-Egyptian border

In light of the fact that Israel believes the suicide bomber who slaughtered Israelis in Eilat arrived via the Egyptian border, I feel it important to show the pictures I took while I was actually at the Israeli-Egyptian border, about two weeks ago, probably while the suicider was planning his attack. I am sorry for the poor quality of the images; they were taken with a cell phone camera, because my regular digicam had run out of batteries by this point in the day.
You can clearly see the puny barbed wire fence in this picture.
The lonely Egyptian "watchtower."
My fingers in Egypt. (to the left) The other fingers are of an Israeli's hand.
Barbed wire
Another picture of the 'watchtower.'
Israel's 'super high tech' defense system!

2 comments:

Professor Peter Kurgman, PhD, PhD, PhD said...

Thank you for documenting this Zionist Barrier of Hate, the most oppressive symbol of their vile apartheid state.

I apologize for the coincidental rhyme; one should derive pleasure from poetry while the Palestinian people are being led to the extermination camps that are so clearly displayed in your photography.

Red Tulips said...

Professor K,

Yes, the border is a Zionist Barrier of Hate, even if much of the fence is actually controlled by Egypt. You see, the Israelis actually control the Egyptians via their mind beam powers!

Your skills of reasoning explains why you have three phds, and I have but one post-graduate degree.