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Sunday, January 28, 2007

'Palestinian' Civil War Update - Abu Mazen escapes assassination attempt as 24 more 'Palestinians' die

The 'Palestinians' have been doing what they do best all weekend: killing each other. Unfortunately, the world only stands up and takes notice when Jewish Israelis kill 'Palestinians.'

It was also announced today that 'moderate' 'Palestinian President' Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen escaped an assassination attempt last week when four large explosive devices were uncovered by his security officers on the road leading from the Erez crossing to Gaza, as Abu Mazen left Ramallah and was about to travel on that route. Abu Mazen was sent back to his office in Ramallah. Abu Mazen was on his way to meet 'moderate' 'Palestinian Prime Minister' Ismail Haniyeh to discuss the establishment of a 'national unity government.'

In a bid to discourage additional assassination attempts against Abu Mazen, Fatah officials preferred to keep the incident a secret and not publish it. Oh well, I guess that cat is out of the bag now.

Abu Mazen's convoy is usually comprised of at least twenty vehicles (which is more than usually accompany the Prime Minister of Israel), accompanied by police and national security forces and by his personal bodyguards from Force 17, who have also been trained in the United States. Abu Mazen travels in a secured vehicle, but the explosive devices uncovered were so strong that the car would not have prevented him from getting hurt.

It goes without saying that Hamas is the prime suspect behind this assassination attempt:
In spite of the assassination attempt, the Palestinian president decided not to cancel his trip to Syria and to meet with Hamas politburo chief Khaled Mashaal. The Americans begged him not to go and expressed their anger over the trip.

Abbas' advisors also demanded that he cancel the trip and the meeting with Mashaal. However, Abbas decided to hold the meeting following heavy pressures exerted by Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Moallem, Iranian officials and Palestinian organizations.
Meanwhile, twenty-four 'Palestinians,' including a two-year old infant, have been killed in internecine violence over the weekend, sixty-eight 'Palestinians' have been wounded and numerous homes have been destroyed.

Early Friday morning, a senior Fatah official, Nabil al-Jarjir , was assassinated, after Hamas claimed he was involved in the blast that killed one of their members on Thursday night.

Those whose homes were attacked include a bodyguard of Fatah kingpin Mohammed Dahlan, Rashid Abu Shbak, an Abu Mazen loyalist in charge of internal security in the Palestinian Authority, and Hamas' 'Palestinian Foreign Minister' Mahmoud al-Zahar.

The two-year old boy was killed when a Fatah terrorist fired at a passing car in Khan Yunis, suspecting it was carrying Hamas terrorists.

But let's just give them a state reichlet, and then the 'Palestinians' and the whole world - except for the Jews - can live happily ever after.


At 6:40 PM, Blogger What is "Occupation" said...

Ah as so well said, the chickens are coming home to roost..


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