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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

'Peace partner's adviser: Terrorist responsible for death of 38 Israelis

About a month ago, my car broke down on the Tel Aviv - Haifa highway, just before the southbound entrance to the Ayalon Expressway. On the side of the road was a prominent monument that marks the spot as the location where an Egged bus on which 38 people were murdered came to a stop on a Saturday in 1978. That terror attack is known as the Coastal Road massacre.

When I tried to describe to the towing company where I was, I said that I was next to the Coastal Road massacre monument. They were clueless. When I told them that I was a few hundred meters north of the entrance to the Ayalon Expressway on the southbound side, they understood where I was. The Coastal Road massacre has been largely forgotten by Israelis.

But not by 'Palestinians,' to whom the terrorists who carried out the massacre - still the bloodiest terror attack in Israel's history - are heroes. Now, it has been disclosed that our 'peace partner,' in whom Shimon Peres has so much confidence, 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen, has appointed Hussein Fayyad (no relation to Salaam), who commanded the Coastal Road massacre terror attack, to be a top adviser.
Hussein Fayyad, one of the commanders of the terror group that carried out the 1978 Coastal Road massacre, revealed on Tuesday that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas had appointed him as one of his advisers.
The attack, which led to the killing of 38 Israeli civilians, including 13 children, was planned and carried out by Abbas’s Fatah faction.
Fayyad, who was released in a prisoner swap with Israel in 1985, said that Abbas signed a decree in 2008 promoting him to the position of “advisor” to the PA president.
However, Fayyad – who is not related to PA Prime Minister Salam Fayyad – complained that the PA leadership has not done anything to ensure that he get the job.
He also accused the PA of abandoning him and failing to meet its promises to support him financially.
 Bet on Mr. Fayyad getting one of those 'Palestinian prisoner' salaries real soon.

Peace is at hand....

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