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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Abu Mazen fails to condemn terror attack

Tuesday's terror attack took place less than a kilometer away from the President's residence while 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen was meeting with Israel's dreamer President Shimon Peres. And the headline claims that "Abbas condemns J'lem terror attack." But did he?
"I understand this was a deliberate attack," Abbas said, "and we condemn any attack against civilians from both sides [of the Israeli-Arab conflict]," Abbas told TV reporters upon exiting the Beit Hanassi presidential residence in Jerusalem.
Name me a terror attack carried out by the Israeli side of the 'Israeli-Arab conflict.' Even interpreting 'terror attack' as broadly as possible, I don't think you can get beyond the fingers of one hand. Meanwhile, 'Palestinian' terror attacks number in the hundreds. But once again, Abu Mazen is inventing a moral equivalence where none exists. His words are not a condemnation. They're an excuse.


At 8:07 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Usually he's even more ambiguous in fooling people with his "condemnations" and just leaves off the "from both sides" part, really fooling people erroneously into thinking he's condemned a specific act of Palestinian terrorism, and the press and bloggers trot out his "condemnation" not noting he's only condemned some general "attacks against civilians" (not definining civilians) or even "attacks against innocent women and children" (not defining innocent).

At 8:21 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

The Palestinians produce sociopaths. They're the kind of people who know the difference between right and wrong but deliberately choose evil. I don't know what good Peres sees in his "friend" Abbas. Nothing in the Palestinian makeup will produce a civilized society and Israel is only fooling itself pretending the other side is on the same moral level as the Jews. No - they aren't.


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