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Monday, October 29, 2007

Israel allows Fatah to pay Kassam shooters

This makes a lot of sense (not!)

Haaretz is reporting that Israel has allowed a 'shipment of money' (presumably cash) to enter the Gaza Strip via the Erez crossing so that 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen can pay the 'salaries' of "PA workers and Fatah activists." The amount transferred was "tens of millions of Shekels."
Israel continues to allow money into the Gaza Strip from the West Bank despite increased sanctions, including fuel reductions, on the Strip. Israel agreed last week to another shipment of funds into Gaza via the Erez crossing.

Security forces said the money was intended for salaries Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas has committed to pay.

The tens of millions of shekels will pay tens of thousands of PA workers and Fatah activists' salaries. Hamas has thus far not blocked the transfer.
Some of the salaries that Abu Mazen is paying in the Gaza Strip are undoubtedly those of Fatah's 'armed wing,' the 'al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigade.' During the past week, I ran a report indicating that terrorists from the al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigade have been using Google Earth to choose targets for Kassam attacks from Gaza to Sderot and other towns that abut the Gaza Strip.

Isn't that brilliant? Israel is making sure that the Kassam shooters get paid! In cash!

I wonder if Condi will deliver cash too!


At 7:29 PM, Blogger Daniel434 said...

The US has done a lot of stupid deals regarding Israel, but this is your country and look at how your own politicians deal with the 'Palestinians' ! Insanity! Maybe if Israel would stop shooting themselves in the foot, the US would follow suit(prolly not)...


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