Aide to 'moderate' Fayyad: Death penalty for Palis selling land to JewsAs the Obama administration attempts to deliver a Judenrein (Jew-free) reichlet to the 'Palestinian Authority,' the 'moderate' 'Palestinians' attempt to ensure that none of their own sell any land on which they wish to establish that reichlet to Jews.
On Sunday, YNet reported that an investigation into land sales by 'Palestinians' to Jews in the eastern half of Jerusalem had been closed due to pressure by the Israeli authorities. The pressure was brought to bear because under the Oslo accords, the 'Palestinians' are not allowed to arrest people in Jerusalem, and because the people they were arresting were made Israeli citizens when Israel incorporated the entire city into Israel's borders shortly after the 1967 Six Day War.
Israel does not allow the 'Palestinian Authority' to arrest Israeli citizens - even if they happen to be Arabs.
The news was met with an uproar in the 'Palestinian Authority,' which denies having closed the investigation, but admits that Israel forced it to release the Jerusalem residents it was holding (but only under the most humane conditions, of course - no waterboarding here). The 'Palestinian Legislative Council' has demanded an investigation into the release. But Khatem Abdel Kader, an aide to Salam Fayyad, the suit-and-tie-clad 'moderate' to whom the West is dying to turn over billions of dollars that it does not have, assures us that those 'Palestinians' who attempt to sell land to Jews will get the usual 'Palestinian' penalty for that 'crime': The death penalty.
Senior Fatah official [K]hatem Abdel Kader, who serves as Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad's advisor on Jerusalem affairs, denied the report that the latest investigation had been called off.For those who wonder why President Obama would be so anxious to give these savages a Judenrein
He clarified that the Palestinian prosecution continued to investigate dozens of affairs in which lands were sold to Israelis, but added that "there are difficulties in the interrogation of some of the Jerusalemite suspects due to Israeli pressures, and because the prosecution is finding it difficult to prepare indictments against them."
Abdel Kader confirmed that the PA had arrested several Jerusalem residents for a few days, adding that Israel appealed to the Palestinians through the military coordination and demanded that the released suspects be handed over.
He added that the investigations focused on the sale of some 13,000 dunam (3,212 acres) in Jerusalem and its surroundings. He stressed that the PA was working firmly in to combat the sale of land to Israelis, adding that those who are found guilty of selling land to Jews should be executed.
What could go wrong?