Wednesday, March 25, 2009

The Other T-shirt Story

You'll recall the T-shirt story:-

Israeli officials have described as "tasteless" and inconsistent with army values a popular military pastime of printing violent cartoons on T-shirts.

An investigation in Haaretz daily says the customised shirts are often ordered when troops finish training courses...An army statement said the customised clothing was produced outside military auspices, but it pledged to stamp out the use of such imagery by soldiers.

"The examples presented by the Haaretz reporter are not in accordance with IDF values and are simply tasteless," the military statement said.

Well, there is another T-shirt story:

6 Danes convicted of selling T-shirts to fund Palestinian terror

The Danish Supreme Court on Wednesday convicted six people of supporting terrorist groups by selling T-shirts, but handed down suspended sentences.

The six were charged under anti-terrorism laws with using proceeds from the T-shirt sales to fund the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).

Anyone want to guess which is getting the bigger coverage?

P.S. Found a pic:-

1 comment:

g said...

Why didn't you post the other picture as well?

God, Israel is making its new generation into monsters.