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Friday, August 20, 2010

Peres eating iftar alone

Poor Shimon Peres has been eating iftar (breaking the daily Ramadamadan fast) all alone this week. The country's Muslims have decided to boycott the man whose name is associated with something called the Peres Center for Peace.
President Peres had issued an invitation to Israeli-Arab leaders to take part in the Iftar meal with him one night. The leaders turned him down, and urged all Arabs in Israel to do the same.

Kadri Abu Wasel, responsible for the Israeli-Arab Tracking Committee Freedom Defense Task Force, said, “I strenuously object to any agreement on the part of the Arab public to take part in the Iftar with Shimon Peres… The question is how can a responsible Arab or Arab mayor agree to sit with Peres to break his fast without pangs of conscience?”

Wail Omri, secretary of the Democratic Arab Union in the Nazareth region, said, “We know who Shimon Peres is, and one should try to avoid making contact with him. This is why we asked the Arab leaders not to answer his invitation.”

Kamal al-Hatib, Deputy Leader of the Islamic Movement, attacked Peres for his silence regarding the evacuation of the illegal Bedouin encampment Al-Arakib in the Negev. “To eat with Peres would be a disgrace,” he said.

MK Hanin Zouabi, herself in danger of having her citizenship revoked because of her presence on the Turkish terrorist Mavi Marmari ship that tried to break through Israel’s blockade, said, “Whoever has even an iota of self-respect cannot respond to this invitation…”
Well, not quite.
“Arabs turning down an invitation from the left-wing Peres is a miniature of how Abbas and Arafat turned down Olmert’s and Barak’s offers of 98% of Judea and Samaria,” one observer said.


At 5:39 AM, Blogger What is "Occupation" said...

Happy to say I had a nice big lunch, no iftar fasting for me...

Nor will I be celebrating iftar with anyone...

Dont care to...

At 5:40 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

I revel in Shimon Peres' humiliation. The man who fathered the Oslo disaster and helped set the stage for Rabin's assassination has been richly paid back for his "help" to the Palestinians. There's the old and true saying that "no good deed goes unpunished."

In Peres' case, Israel's Arabs have turned their back to him. The Oslo ignominy has finally come full circle.

At 10:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Peres was right!

There is now more piss in the Middle East than ever before.


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