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Monday, August 01, 2016

Tit for tat: Iran accuses Abu Bluff of collaborating with the CIA, 'Palestinians' accuse Iran of 'serving the Zionist project'

Pass the popcorn!

The 'Palestinians' and Iran are nearly in open war.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Maryam Rajavi, president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), an Iranian diaspora opposition group, met in Paris on Saturday, renewing tensions between the Palestinian leadership and Iran.

Abbas hosted Rajavi at his hotel in Paris and updated her on the latest developments in the Palestinian territories and the Middle East, according to Wafa, the official Palestinian Authority news site.

The following day, Tehran learned of the meeting and accused President Abbas of working as a secret agent on behalf of the United States government.

A top advisor to the Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Shiekh al-Islam said, “That man [Abbas] is known to us and documents from the US Embassy in Tehran revealed that he has been a collaborator with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for a long time and his actions in the past decades have proved that.”

Later in the evening, Wafa published a press release from the Fatah Media and Culture Commissariat, saying Iran, without mentioning its name, is carrying out a campaign to undermine President Abbas and the Palestinian cause. “A careful reading of advisor to the Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Sheikh al-Islam’s statements…have made clear to us of the horror that many people are carrying out to serve the Zionist project through organized campaigns against the president of the Palestinian people and the Palestinian issue.”

The statement stated further that Iran hopes to entrench division between Palestinians. “They have vied and are still vying to destroy and ruin the Palestinian people, entrench the division, and encourage internal conflict to gain political points, nothing else. Their goals have nothing to do with Jerusalem or justice,” it said.
The 'Palestinians' are trying to show they stand with the 'moderate' Sunni countries (Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan). Coincidentally, those are the same countries who have been ramping up ties with Israel. Hmmm.

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