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As Shimon Peres drags Israel into the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the staggering costs for the country are becoming clear.

The visiting secretary-general of the OECD brought us three demands.
Israel must fight corruption in her defense industry—in other words, it must stop paying bribes to third-world officials in charge of military procurement. That would leave Israel with no export markets, as bribes are part of the business there.

Israel must strengthen protection of intellectual property—in other words, extend protection for expired foreign drug patents. That would cause Israel’s Teva, the largest manufacturer of generic drugs, to incur major losses.

And finally, Israel must stop using data from Judea and Samaria in her statistical reports to OECD. Thus, Israel has to formally relinquish the settlement blocs.

The Israeli organization which supplies marijuana to medical patients is called, tellingly, Tikkun Olam, the leftist rabbis’ catchphrase for repairing the world.

While it is legal in Israel to supply medical marijuana, it remains illegal to sell it.

Tikkun Olam, however, has switched from free distribution of marijuana to a $100-a-month all-you-can-eat deal. The price is well above the production cost.

Mahmoud Dahlan, Abbas’ possible successor and a major Fatah thug, skipped his mother’s funeral in Gaza despite Hamas’ guarantee of his safety.

If Dahlan believes that Hamas might renege on an explicit security promise to a guest, Fatah-Hamas reconciliation is very far off.

January 2010
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