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Thursday, March 02, 2006

Abbas: Al-Qaida is in W. Bank, Gaza

Surprise! Surprise! Surprise! Palestinian Prime Minister Figurehead Mahmud Abbas Abu Mazen told the Arab daily Arab daily el-Hayat this morning that he has proof that al-Qaeda cells have infiltrated been welcomed into Judea, Samaria and Gaza and have set up operations there. Of course, he has no plan to do anything about it, because he cannot divide the 'Palestinian people' by fighting terrorism....

"We have intelligence information that al-Qaida is in the West Bank and Gaza. I am very concerned about this," said Abbas.

"If they succeeded in infiltrating in such a way, and if no one watches over them, the result could be disastrous for the entire region. The last piece of information I received on the subject was three days ago, but we still have not been able to lay our hands on the operatives," he said. [As if they've even tried. CiJ]

Only last week OC Central Command Maj.-Gen. Yair Naveh revealed that global Jihad and al-Qaida cells based in Jordan have stepped up their attempts to infiltrate Israel and are in close contact with Palestinian terror cells based in the West Bank.

'We recently caught several local terror cells that were in touch with the international Global Jihad based in Jordan,' Naveh told a closed meeting at the Jerusalem Center of Public Affairs. He would not say for certain that the al-Qaida camp in Jordan worked under the direction of the movement's Iraqi leader Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi, but he said 'al-Qaida was working to tighten its grip on the ground' in Jordan and Israel.

Jordan, he said, should be particularly concerned with the Hamas takeover of the Palestinian Authority. Naveh predicted that Hamas would spread out to the other side of the Jordan River and might even succeed in toppling the Jordanian government.

'Hamas is gathering strength and a dangerous axis starting in Iran, continuing through Iraq and Jordan is in the process of conception,' Naveh told the audience, including former Israeli ambassador to the United Nations Dore Gold and Maj.-Gen. (res.) Ya'acov Amidror, the former head of research at Military Intelligence. 'I don't want to be a prophet but I am not sure there will be another king after King Abdullah,' Naveh said. [Of course, Naveh was roundly condemned, and Ehud Olmert and all the other dhimmis in the Israeli government apologized profusely for Naveh's giving the rump 'King Abdullah' a dose of reality. CiJ]
Now, if I only could photoshop like Charles Johnson, so I could put an appropriate caption near Abu Mazen's cigarette.... /sigh

1 Comments:

At 4:10 PM, Blogger Lois said...

The green hair is so unflattering, but somehow fitting for a Holocaust denier.

And who is even slightly surprised at this?

When Jews expelled Jews from Israel, where these families, encouraged by Sharon, made the desert bloom, and built schuls, communities and friendships that spanned a few generations, they invited this invasion.

And Mort Zuckerman and his buddies who gave millions to buy the greenhouses for the arabs? What were they thinking? They got what they deserved.

To see these families still without the homes, etc., that they ere promised, living in tents, in 2006? They have been uprooted, and may they be back in their communities soon...and now we see that nothing was learned; the brutality seen in Amona is unforgettable,

I will not take off my orange wristband until all is put straight. Jews do not expel Jews.

 

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