On the anniversary of Ghassan Kanafani's death at the hand of Israeli terrorists who planted a car bomb that killed him with his niece, I was thinking: if somebody were to compare the number of assassination operations between Arabs and Israelis, the ratio is more like 10,000 to one, in favor of Israeli terrorists. It is amazing how casually Israeli assassinations are treated in the West. I am not talking about assassinations of political leaders and commanders only: I am talking about the assassination also of writers, poets, scientists, filmmakers, scholars, clerics, and journalists. But the premise of the Israeli terrorist policies is quite dumb if you think about it: they--for a century--always think: that if we kill this leader or that leader, it will all be over and the Arabs would just forget about the cause. For a century, mind you. It is like how they kicked out the PLO from Lebanon, and replaced it with a far more potent and effective force against Israel--and this one can't be expelled because it is indigenous. Watching Israel's demise is a life-long dream for all Arabs--the statements by paid Arab writers in Saudi and Zionist media notwithstanding.