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Monday, November 05, 2007

The rewards of 'peace'

With Israel's Prime Minister Ehud K. Olmert and US Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice telling us that 'peace' is at hand, the Arab countries are doing what they have always done: Meeting in Damascus to discuss ways to 'revive' the 'momentum' of the Arab boycott of Israel. And the 'Palestinians' are joining them.
Those attending the gathering, held twice a year at the headquarters of the Central Boycott Office in Damascus, included delegates from 14 Arab states and the West Bank and Gaza.

Topping the agenda was the boycott of companies that do business with Israel and ways to abort attempts by some Israeli companies to penetrate Arab markets.

The commissioner general of the organization, Tunisia's Mohammad al-Tayyeb Bouslaa, stressed that the boycott was needed because of the "flagrant Israeli aggression on the Palestinians and the continued Israel occupation of Arab lands."

"Boycott is legitimate and we cling fast to it so long as it is considered a tool of pressure on Israel to force it to bow to give back the usurped Arab lands and rights," Bouslaa told the meeting's opening session.
Lest any of you fool yourselves, the "usurped Arab lands" does not refer only to the territories liberated by Israel in 1967, but to the entire State of Israel, and the 'rights' don't just refer to a 'right' of 'Palestinian refugees' to settle in a 'Palestinian state' but in whatever is left of Israel after Olmert and Rice conduct their 'surgery' in Annapolis.

By the way, "companies doing business with Israel," includes an awful lot of American companies.

Finally, note that there are representatives of the 'West Bank and Gaza.' 'Moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen still controls the 'West Bank' and claims he can control Gaza. Three weeks before the Annapolis summit mugging is scheduled to convene, he is sending delegates to discuss how to boycott Israeli goods. Some 'peace.'

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