Friday, December 7, 2012

"I like the smell of......in the morning?"Palestinian perfume dedicated to terrorist missiles.


"I like the smell of......in the morning?"Palestinian perfume dedicated to terrorist missiles.(Examiner).BY: Timothy Whiteman."Pleasant and attractive, like the missiles of the Palestinian resistance..."
Robert Duvall's character of Lt. Col. Bill Kilgore in the film "Apocalypse Now" told the world how much he loved the smell of napalm in the morning because "it smelled like [sniffing, pondering] victory..."
If the fictional Cavalry Officer had been with the Israeli Defense Forces during the recent thumping meted out to the Hamas forces, the surf-addicted warrior may have considered the smoking wreckage of Palestinian missile and command sites as a "fragrance" that could be described as "pleasant and attractive."
That's how Shadi Adwan, Gaza City resident and owner of a local cosmetics shop is describing his newest fragrance "M-75."
Of Questionable Accuracy...
M-75 also happens to be the designation of the Izz A-Din Al-Qassam Brigade's missile recently used against the Jewish State.
With a maximum range of 75 kilometers (42 miles), the deadly M-75 is capable of striking the Israeli city of Tel-Aviv.
The missile, not the perfume.
As reported by The Times of Israel, Adwan describes his potent Palestinian potion as;
"Pleasant and attractive, like the missiles of the Palestinian resistance, and especially the M-75."
Possibly positioning his company for overseas expansion even unto the Mysterious East, the purveyor of paramilitary parfum added that he wants his product;
"To remind citizens of the victory wherever they may be, even in China."
Strong Enough For A Suicide Bomber, But Made For A Woman...
Adwan says he was inspired to name his fragrance to;
"Honor the victory of the Palestinian people and the resistance during the eight-day war."
Reportedly, M-75 is available in both masculine and feminine scents, but is double the price of other perfumes due to the "special ingredients it contains."
But malodorous-conscience Palestinians may not mind shelling out a few Shekels more.
After all, Adwar ensures consumers that it's "worthy of the victory in the Gaza Strip."Hmmm.....The Fragrance of Palestine.Read the full story here.

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