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Monday, March 31, 2008

More indoctrination of 'Palestinian' children

Hotair links to a video in which a child stabs President Bush to death and turns the White House into a Mosque. The video is a Hamas TV puppet show and it was shown on Hamas' al-Aqsa television yesterday (Hat Tip: Lawhawk via Little Green Footballs). Although Hamas is not our 'peace partner,' 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen, who is our 'peace partner,' said on Saturday that he would like nothing better than to patch up his rift with Hamas.
"In the past, the Palestinian leadership managed to reach the Mecca agreement [with Hamas in February 2007] as a way to end the blockade on the Gaza Strip and unite the Palestinians," Abbas said. "In spite of this, Hamas carried out its military coup [in June 2007], which posed new challenges to us. The coup has split the Palestinian homeland and given Israel a weapon for political blackmail."

Abbas said the PA was continuing to channel funds to the Gaza Strip despite the Hamas takeover, and that 58 percent of its budget went there in the past year.

The PA was paying salaries to some 77,000 employees in the Gaza Strip, as compared to 73,000 in the West Bank, he said. The PA had also exempted the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip from paying taxes and health fees, Abbas said.

The PA president accused Israel of "brutal" attacks on the Gaza Strip over the past few months aimed at splitting the area from the West Bank.

"This Israeli policy is designed to show that peace can't be achieved because the Palestinians are divided," he said. "A just peace can't be achieved unless Israel withdraws from all the Palestinian and Arab territories, a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital is established and the problem of the refugees is solved."

Abbas warned that failure to achieve these goals by the end of the year would increase tensions in the region and undermine the credibility of the peace process. He also expressed full support for the Arab peace initiative of 2002 and called on the rest of the Arab world to endorse it.
Does anyone really believe that this kind of indoctrination of children will stop if we make 'peace' with Fatah?


At 8:06 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Of course not. They both hate Jews. The difference being that Fatah is willing to talk to Israel about the terms of the Jewish State's demise and Hamas believes the only way to bring it about is by force. Israel's concessions yesterday do not in the slightest change the ultimate aims of the two terrorist groups.


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