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The Quartet’s envoy Tony Blair says that peace can be achieved fairly soon if Israel accepts a number of compromises.

Presumably those compromises include such minor things as evicting up to half a million Jews from their homes, giving up Judea and Samaria, and allowing a Hamas terrorist state across the border.

Blair did not ask the Palestinians to accept any compromises.

For months, employees of the electric company in Beersheva knew about a fox living on their premises. The fox routinely damaged electrical systems, but animal lovers attempted to tranquilize the animal instead of shooting it.

The fox was hunted down only after it caused critical damage to the system, almost leaving the entire town without electricity.

Ultra-Orthodox Jews rioted to protest the municipality’s violation of the status quo agreement in opening a parking lot on Shabbat.

The parking itself is not the issue: the previous mayor, a haredi Jew, opened a similar lot without hassle.

Rather, the haredi leaders are reasserting their rightful power over Jerusalem despite the election of an atheist mayor.

In their newest report, the ultra-left nuts accused Israel of preventing the Palestinians from building water treatment plants.

Incidentally, the only water treatment plant in Palestine was built by Jews, and the other three—which were also built by Jews—fell into disrepair after being transferred to the Palestinians.

The Arabs dump more than 50 million cubic meters of raw sewage in Judea and Samaria every year.

But of course, Jews are guilty of that.

The US Senate approved $37.5 million in financing for development of the Israeli Arrow-3 missile. The financing should reassure Israel that she can intercept nuclear-armed Iranian missiles.

Why does Israel, a developed country, plead for a mere $37 million? The only reason is political: her government wants to prove the country’s dependence on the United States.

Just a day before Barak was scheduled to meet Mitchell and other officials in New York, the Defense Ministry approved the construction of a massive 1,450-unit development in the settlement of Adam.

The move amounts to slapping Obama, who demands a settlement freeze, and is even odder coming from Barak, who normally opposes the settlements.

It seems that Netanyahu and Barak have become unlikely allies against Obama, whom both despise deeply now that the initial respect and goodwill has faded away.

After months of diplomatic fighting, an Israeli freeze on settlement construction would now be a major victory for the Palestinians. Having launched and lost wars with Israel, they now set the settlement freeze as a precondition of peace talks with Jews.

In the wake of the disbursement of ministerial portfolios Beirut saw new clashes, which left some Arabs dead. In the previous government too, portfolios were allocated in street fighting.

Unlike the humane Israeli police, the Arabs confronted each other with live bullets and explosives.

Ultra-corrupt Hariri and ultra-terrorist Hezbollah sent their supporters into the streets in a show of power.

But of course they would all unite to live in peace with Jews, as proponents of the peace fiction claim.

If the Knesset votes for the government bill, religious schools will receive the same per-pupil municipal financing as other private schools.

Years ago, the Supreme Court penalized religious schools: unless they accepted all the Ministry of Education’s courses, which include atheist propaganda, their financing was capped at 75 percent of that of other private schools.

For twenty-three centuries religious schools have made the Jews the most literate nation on Earth and developed the famed Jewish intellect.

Nir Barkat campaigned on promises to halt the illegal Arab construction that has plagued Jerusalem for decades.

According to the Haaretz, Barkat has prepared a plan to legalize 80 percent of the illegal construction, which houses 180,000 of our Arab enemies.

Acting on government orders, the Israeli Navy intercepted a Free Gaza boat that tried to break the blockade. The Navy threatened to drown the boat.

A previous Free Gaza boat, the Dignitysank under odd circumstances.

Sarkozy urged Lieberman’s ouster during a meeting with Netanyahu. Outrageous as it may seem, the suggestion conforms to French diplomatic norms.

Sarkozy is notoriously loose-lipped when commenting on foreign leaders.

The Supreme Court ruled that a Christian (“Jews for Jesus”) baker from Ashdod is entitled to a kosher certificate for his bakery.

It is obscene to see the atheistic court meddling in purely religious matters. The law of kashrut requires the baker to be Jewish, or at least to delegate important tasks to Jews. The Supreme Court has ruled in past immigration cases that conversion to Christianity is incompatible with Jewishness.

In practice, the rabbis would accord the Christian baker kosher supervision, but they would supervise him to the death of his business.

The Red Cross issued another scathing report accusing our country of “desperation” in Gaza, and a number of “war crimes.”

According to its charter, the ICRC can only provide immediate help to POWs and displaced persons (DP). By aiding Gazans, the ICRC recognizes them as DPs, who are thus entitled to return to Haifa and Jaffa.

Bibi has met Tzipi for the first time since April. The PM’s “security consultations” with the opposition leader clearly relate to Iran.

Now that US-Iranian relations (and Netanyahu’s relations with Obama) have hit a new low, the road for an Israeli attack on Iran is clear.

An East Jerusalem resident routinely punished his children for interrupting his rest by putting their hands on the stove.

The Arab has been arrested.