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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

'Justified popular uprising'

After a terrorist rammed his car into a crowded Jerusalem bus stop on Monday, 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen justified the terror, saying that it was part of a 'justified popular uprising.'
Israeli leaders have accused Abbas and other Palestinian leaders of inciting the violence with incendiary rhetoric. Abbas has previously refrained from either endorsing or condemning the attacks, often referring to the wave of violence as understandable but not in the best interests of the Palestinian people.
“We cannot ask the youth why they are going out (to revolt),” Abbas said in Ramallah. “They just despaired of the two-state solution.”
A 'Palestinian' poll indicates that two thirds of the 'Palestinians' support the current wave of stabbings.
A poll released Monday found that two-thirds of Palestinians support the current wave of stabbings. Most Palestinians believe if the current individual attacks develop into an armed intifada, the violence might serve Palestinian national interests more than negotiations would.
Khalil Shikaki of the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research conducted the survey, with a sample size of 1270 and a 3-percent margin of error.
The colossal error of the Oslo process continues to result in Jewish deaths. Had it never started, the 'Palestine Liberation Organization' was on the verge of fading into oblivion. #ThanksPeres

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2 Comments:

At 10:16 PM, Blogger Empress Trudy said...

The next time Israel is called upon to release mass murderers from jail, they should permanently hobble them.

 
At 11:22 PM, Blogger free` said...

What is Israel waiting for??? Do thousands have to be injured or killed before you will act in your own interests??? Why doesn't Israel demand that the PA leadership make it clear that these attacks are wrong, unjustified and must stop. If they refuse to do that, start killing the PA leadership.

 

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