Monday, August 31, 2009

Road Signs You Can't See

Remember my previous post about the roads signs?

Well, in typical "Pal." practice, we have been informed that:

Palestinians uproot Hebrew road signs in West Bank

In preparation for statehood, Palestinians replace Hebrew road signs in West Bank with signs in Arabic and English, according to US aid group. The US international aid agency says Palestinian authorities in the West Bank have started replacing Israeli-installed road signs bearing Hebrew script with new signs in just Arabic and English.
The move is in preparation for a future Palestinian state. Howard Sumka, of USAID, says the American-funded project is expected to take up to four years and cost about $20 million.

What did the US PR person declare there?

Masonis said no signs are being taken down

Oh, oh. Someone is fibbing.

1 comment: said...

It won't have effect in actual fact, that's what I suppose.