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Sunday, May 18, 2008

'Partner for peace' threatens to resign

'Moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen has threatened to resign once again if a deal is not reached with Israel to give him a state reichlet in the next six months.
Speaking to former Meretz chairman Yossi Beilin on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Sharm e-Sheikh, the PA president said that the next six months were the most crucial and that if no agreement is reached between the Israelis and the Palestinians within that time, there will be no reason for him to continue in his role.

"Israel will not have a better partner than the group leading the PLO today, which believes the Palestinian interest is a historic reconciliation with Israel and a Palestinian state alongside it," said Abbas, adding that if there is no agreement, "Israel will find itself with no partner at all."

Abbas went on to say that a deadlock in peace negotiations would likely bring the Middle East back to "the tragedy of 2000 which followed the failure at Camp David," Army Radio reported.
In other words, Israel should give the 'Palestinians' whatever they want or face another intifada. And of course, Shimon Peres' old poodle immediately passed on the message.

Abu Mazen's constant threats to resign remind me of David Frye's imitation of the late Hubert Humphrey included in this tape from my youth. Enjoy!


At 11:30 PM, Blogger DemoCaster said...

Nice work, Carl!

How is losing this frontman for molifying and dismembering Israel- worse than them recognizing the Palestinian/Islamist wolf in its true clothing?

BTW, watch Philippe Karsenty explain the effect of the al-Dura video on the Palestinian 'brand' & the world's pressure Israel into a 'peace process'- in his video-discussion with me on DemoCast.TV. Might you even thread it, please?

At 9:57 AM, Blogger Ashan said...

So, apparently, Israel already caved. Olmert just wanted to break it to us gently. The US probably didn't want their precious "Abu Mazen, Man of Peace" to resign. (a tear drop)

I don't always put all my eggs in the Debka basket; but this time I think they nailed the 2 Ehuds desire for political expediency over Israeli civilian lives: http://debka.com/headline.php?hid=5279

Some sickening stuff.
I simply don't understand why the IDF won't stage a coup. They should.

At 10:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

iNow if only Abbas' good buddy, Olmert would follow along there might be a chance for peace.

Of course the Arabs would first have to be convinced in whatever manner is appropriate.


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