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Thursday, April 26, 2007

No link is better than a bad link

Delusional Prime Minister Ehud K. Olmert spoke to a UJA Federation delegation today, and explained why despite daily Kassam attacks during the cease fire hudna over the last five months, Olmert and his buddy Comrade Peretz refuse to let the army respond:
Israel is continuing to restrain itself in the face of Palestinian attacks because it does not wish to lose "the last link with the Palestinians, Abu Mazen (Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas)," Prime Minister Ehud Olmert told a United Jewish Appeal (UJA) mission visiting the Knesset on Wednesday evening.

"The Palestinians are not the most credible of partners… to put it softly," Olmert said. "We agreed a ceasefire with them in November, and since then there hasn't been a single day without Qassam fire. And yet we have been restrained," he added.

"Because, we must ask, do we have among the Palestinians a better potential partner than Abu Mazen? Do we want to lose the last link left with the Palestinians, and have no one to talk to?" the prime minister asked.

"I'm optimistic, I believe there is still a chance, within five years, for a historic breakthrough with the Palestinians and Arab states," he added. "There were winds of change blowing through Arab and Muslim states. Previously, they were not willing to recognize that we exist. Now, so many came together to discuss how they can make peace with Israel."

"I'm ready to sit with them. I don't say I will accept everything they say, but I will not reject anything from the outset. I have no preconditions. I'm willing to listen and to consider seriously the arguments they put forward," he added.
So because Olmert longs to sit with his Holocaust-denying friend Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen, he is allowing Hamas to re-arm and increase its weapons capacity. Olmert still doesn't understanding that having no 'partner' is better than having a 'partner' who lies, cheats, denies responsibility for terror attacks carried out on his watch, and refuses to take any actions against his beloved 'people.' And you thought Israel's 'leadership' learned its lesson from all the years of dealing with Arafat.


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