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Monday, January 15, 2007

But just give them a state reichlet

'Moderate' 'Palestinian Prime Minister' Ismail Haniyeh gives us some indication of what life would be like if God forbid the 'Palestinians' ever get a state reichlet. Haniyeh today accused US Secretary of State Condaleeza Rice of bringing a 'perilous vision' to the Middle East, because she announced a plan to convene a 'summit' between Israeli Prime Minister Ehud K. Olmert (who will do anything to stay in office) and 'moderate' 'Palestinian President' Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen.

Lest you get the wrong idea: it's not that Haniyeh is upset about Hamas being excluded from the party:
"It seems obvious the Bush administration will not exert any pressures on Israel to offer any substantial concessions to the Palestinian people."
And the concessions that Haniyeh has in mind? The article doesn't say. But it does have this interesting tidbit:
[Rice] also hinted that she was in favor of ideas presented recently by Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni about negotiations with the Palestinian Authority over the contours of a future state even before the road map is implemented, to give the Palestinians a "political horizon."
Skipping the terror fighting - which the 'Palestinians' refuse to do - is not enough for Haniyeh.

But to give you an idea of what Haniyeh would do to Israelis, here's what he would like to do to his fellow 'Palestinians' in Fatah:
The Palestinian Authority security forces have foiled an attempt by Hamas to assassinate senior PA leaders in the Gaza Strip, including PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas and Fatah legislator Muhammed Dahlan, Palestinian security sources said Monday.

The sources said the security forces discovered over the past few days a number of underground tunnels in the northern Gaza Strip that were dug along major roads used by PA and Fatah leaders. Some of the tunnels were also discovered beneath the homes of top Fatah officials in the same area, the sources said.

Abdel Hakim Awad, a senior Fatah official in the Gaza Strip, said the tons of explosives were discovered in the tunnels, some of which were traced back to the interior of Hamas- controlled mosques.


Awad also revealed that one of the tunnels was supposed to provide access to the headquarters of the PA National Security Force near Jabalya refugee camp.

He expressed astonishment at the fact that Hamas was plotting to assassinate Fatah leaders despite reports that the two parties were close to reaching a deal on the
formation of a unity government. "This proves that Hamas is using double-talk," he charged. "On the one hand, their leaders are talking about the resumption of the unity government talks, while on the other hand the movement's actions on the ground suggest that they are headed toward escalation."


In another development, a Hamas leader said Monday that his movement could liberate most of the land of Palestine and establish a Palestinian state within 10 years provided that the Palestinians united and formed a strong army.

This is the first time that a Hamas official talks about plans to establish a Palestinian army. Some PA officials have in the past accused Hamas of trying to establish its own army in the Gaza Strip, noting that the movement's paramilitary "Executive Force" was already acting as if its members were soldiers.
But just give them that reichlet and all of the world's problems will be solved. Right Condi?



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