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Thursday, October 11, 2007

'Palestinians' threaten Giuliani

The 'Palestinians' are doing what they usually do when someone says something that annoys them: They are seething and making veiled and not-so-veiled threats to murder him. This time, the target is former New York City Mayor and Republican Presidential candidate Rudolph Giuliani. His 'crimes' are favoring Israel in its conflict with the Arab world in general and with the 'Palestinians' in particular, and his treatment of Yasser Arafat.
"If I had the occasion to meet him (Giuliani), I would hurt him," said Ramadan Adassi, chief of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades terrorist group in the West Bank's Anskar refugee camp. "For the sake of the American people, Giuliani shouldn't be elected. He is a disgusting guy and I think Americans must think very hard about their future and their soldiers who will be killed when they come to elect their leaders."

Adassi was one of several terrorist leaders quoted threatening Giuliani in the new book, "Schmoozing with Terrorists: From Hollywood to the Holy Land Jihadists Reveal their Global Plans – to a Jew!," by author and WND Jerusalem bureau chief Aaron Klein.


Multiple leaders of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades had harsh words for Giuliani, who in 1995 famously booted Arafat from an invitation-only concert at New York's Lincoln Center celebrating the 50th anniversary of the United Nations.

Arafat attempted to crash the event, and when Giuliani saw the PLO leader and his entourage making their way to a private box seat near the stage, the mayor immediately ordered Arafat off the premises, calling him a murderer and a terrorist.


Ala Senakreh, chief of the Brigades in the West Bank, is quoted in "Schmoozing" stating Giuliani "doesn't deserve to live or even to be mentioned."

"He wants war and he will most probably receive war. He hates Palestinians and we hate him. He hates Arafat and I tell him that it is Arafat who brought us to be very close to our independent state after decades during which Israel and your government did everything in order to prevent us from having our state," Senakreh stated.

Giuliani's harsh condemnation of Arafat was unusual for a politician in the mid-1990's. The PLO leader was then being promoted as a moderate statesman after signing the 1993 Oslo Accords on the White House lawn with President Bill Clinton and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.

Giuliani explained his antipathy toward Arafat went back to his days as a federal prosecutor when he investigated several terrorist incidents to which the PLO was linked, including the 1985 hijacking of the Achille Lauro cruise ship.

"Arafat has never been held to answer for the murders that he was implicated in," Giuliani said at a 1995 news conference.


Abu Hamed, chief of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades in the northern West Bank, stated in Klein's book that while he "hated" Giuliani, it is the former mayor and his Republican party that is "truly hated" around the world.

"[Giuliani] can hate Arafat and the Palestinians, but he knows that nobody is hated in the world more than his leadership, his party, his president, and his Zionist friends. All the polls in the world prove that this [conservative] wing of America and the Zionists are considered to be the most dangerous for the security of the world."
I guess we can assume that the 'Palestinians' will be voting Democratic in 2008. That's not too surprising.

I hope that the Secret Service is taking these threats seriously. For those of you who are not old enough to remember, on June 5, 1968, US Senator Robert Kennedy, a candidate for the Democratic party's Presidential nomination, was assassinated by Sirhan Sirhan, a 'Palestinian refugee,' while Kennedy was celebrating his victory in the California primary. Sirhan murdered Kennedy in retaliation for Kennedy's support for Israel. June 5, 1968 was the first anniversary of the outbreak of the Six Day War.

On the other hand, Israel's Prime Minister, Ehud K. Olmert, has apparently decided that Adassi and Sinakreh are not a danger to Giuliani, or to anyone else.
Both Senakreh and Adassi were interviewed for "Schmoozing" several months ago. They have since been granted amnesty by Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in a gesture to boost Abbas' Fatah organization against the rival Hamas terror group.
What nice people. I'm sure that giving them a state reichlet will solve all of the world's problems.


At 2:37 PM, Blogger Daniel said...

too bad he can't become PM of Israel.

At 11:39 PM, Blogger J. Lichty said...

Guiliani is the one guy who will not give two shits for what the State Department and its Saudi overlords, the UN, or Europe thinks about the Palestinians.

Getting Guiliani elected (along with getting rid of the current government) may the only opportunity Israel ever has to change the cycle of peace process that Israel ever has.


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