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If terrorists become 'civil' servants they will have no time for Jihad

Reader comment on item: Does Fixing Potholes Tame Terrorists?

Submitted by Ben van de Polder (United States), Jan 26, 2006 at 01:07

The solution is obvious.

The EU must build enormous ministries and give all the Hamas members cubicles and laptops. The terrorists will be so busy attending meetings and writing reports that they will just want to go home and watch shows like The 'Shamshoons', and have neither the time nor inclination to pursue martyrdom .

Nominate Gutkin and Kuttab for the (Ig) Nobel Peace Prize !
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