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Monday, February 05, 2007

Fatah Fraud

On Saturday night, I argued (once again) that there is no difference between 'moderate' 'Palestinian President' Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen and 'moderate' 'Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh, and their respective Fatah and Hamas 'movements.' Tonight, there is proof of Abu Mazen's real intentions in the current 'negotiations' with Hamas and it is not at all pretty.

Arutz Sheva is reporting the terms of the current draft of a new Fatah-Hamas deal, which is close to being signed, as they are listed in the Saudi newspaper Okaz (that's not the way Arutz Sheva spelled it, but that's how I found it spelled everyplace else on the web):
The document, published Monday in the Saudi Arabian newspaper Ukhaz, rejects the United States Road Map peace plan that calls for interim borders for a future PA state.

In its current form, the agreement:

• States the objective of a unity government will be the creation of an independent Arab nation with Jerusalem as its capital.
• “Opposition to the temporary borders and all other solutions that do not fulfill the national legitimate rights of the Palestinian people.”
• Calls for the “right of return” of millions of Arabs living in other countries who claim Israel as home. [The 'right of return' is a guise for allowing the 'Palestinians' to vote the Jewish state out of existence. CiJ]
• Demands that the separation barrier be removed. [So if all their other tactics don't work, they will at least have an easier time launching terror attacks. CiJ]
• Demands that “all prisoners in Israel be released unconditionally." [Especially the murderers. CiJ]

No mention was made of the future recognition of Israel, even if all the demands are met.

The terms of the agreement allow Hamas to retain control of the PA government, but also allow Abbas to proceed on negotiations with Israel. The agreement also states that the Hamas-led PA government will officially recognize prior agreements.

In essence, Hamas will accept government decisions without the necessity of altering the terrorist faction’s ultimate aim of the destruction of the State of Israel.
Will someone please remind me why the US and Israel are backing Fatah in the current fighting?

1 Comments:

At 7:47 AM, Blogger ShumBaayaMyLord said...

Caroline Glick has a tremendous piece of analysis about all this in her newest column. The US failure of will--failure to call a Jihad a Jihad, no matter who's carrying it out, and a failure to then go on the counterattack--is a monstrous instance of playing with Israeli lives, for illusory "gains."

 

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