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A Hamas terrorist, a UN aid worker and a journalist walked into a Gaza hookah bar. And no one could tell who was who.
As a cease-fire threatens to save the terrorists cowering in bunkers in Gaza, prepare for a massive counterattack in favor of Hamas.
This one won't use guns.
As soon as the shooting stops, the world will be bombarded with images of destruction from Gaza's streets. Although the broadcast, printed and Web-posted images of battered buildings will be real, they'll be chosen selectively - to make Israel appear as brutal as possible.
Not one of the international apologists for Hamas has offered a practical alternative to Israel's self-defense campaign. Terror's fellow travelers not only didn't know how to stop the rockets striking Israel - they didn't want to stop them.
Hamas attacked. The world watched. Governments "cautioned restraint." The rockets kept coming. Finally, Israel had to act. What's confusing?
Yet any cease-fire is going to lead immediately to a massive global propaganda effort to paint Israel as the sole villain in this crisis.
Yes, the destruction in Gaza is real. And the suffering of many Palestinians has been real. The neighborhoods in which the fighting has been most intense are going to look like photos of ruins from the Second World War.
Innocent people did die - although Hamas sympathizers have inflated the number wildly. And they died because Hamas wouldn't stop firing rockets.
But who started this fight? Who continued it? Which side insists, even now, that its opponent will not only be defeated, but exterminated and erased from memory?
Some of the worst propaganda supporting Hamas has come from UN "relief workers." Well, the UN aid effort in Gaza happens to be largely of Hamas, by Hamas and for Hamas. Over the past few years, Gaza has become the ultra-chic cause for left-wing giveaway programs - and not just the UN's - of the sort that foster and deepen dependencies.