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Another Kind of Volcano

Another Kind of Volcano: Part 1

“It’s a pity that there is no active volcano in Israel.”
“Why?”
“To discharge a cloud of ashes in its airspace.”
“And then?”
“The country would be subjected to a total aerial blockade.”
“You mean, like Gaza?”
“Not at all.  The blockade of Gaza is comprehensive, by air, by land, and by sea.”
“It’s worse than a cloud of ashes emitted by a natural volcano.”

Another Kind of Volcano: Part 2

“It’s a pity that there is no active volcano in Gaza.”
“Why?”
“For its airspace would no longer be invaded by bombers, drones, or surveillance balloons.”
“It’s true . . . but, you see, there is no volcano in Gaza . . . except . . .”
“Except what?”
“It may be said that there are 1,500,000 volcanoes . . . albeit of another kind.”
“Yes, but those are under control.”
“By whom?”
“. . . !?”


The original articles “Volcan d’un autre type (1)” (20 April 2010) and “Volcan d’un autre type (fin)” (21 April 2010) were published by Al-Oufok.  Translation by Yoshie Furuhashi (@yoshiefuruhashi | yoshie.furuhashi [at] gmail.com).




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