A year ago, when Bush was in Baghdad, Muntadar al Zaidi opened the era of modern shoe-throwing. Israeli citizen Pinchas Cohen learned from his example and threw his sneakers at abominable Dorit Beinisch, president of Israeli Supreme Court, a ultra-left scoundrel who is personally responsible for hundreds of casualties among Jews through her irresponsible rulings on security issues.

Like al Zaidi, Cohen had been indicted for criminal assault though his shoes posed regrettably no threat to Beinisch and he only expressed his political opinion. In Jewish, like in Arab tradition, taking off someone’s shoe, much more throwing it, is an extreme offense.

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