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Sunday, August 17, 2008

Yet another 'gesture'

Israel's 'cabinet' has approved yet another 'gesture' meant to strengthen 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen. It has approved the release of nearly 200 'Palestinian' prisoners terrorists without getting (or asking) anything in return. This time, the terrorists include at least two with 'blood on their hands.' One of the 'Palestinians' to be released dispatched terrorists to carry out attacks (which is exactly what Marwan the Murdering Moron Barghouti did) and the other tried and failed to carry out a terror attack.

Like all the other 'gestures,' this one will be pocketed by the 'Palestinians' who will ask for more - including more murderers in exchange for kidnapped IDF soldier Gilad Shalit.

YNet adds that the four Shas ministers voted against the release. But don't expect them to bring the government down over it.

Arutz Sheva reports that the release is an attempt by the government to one-up Abu Mazen over Hezbullah.
Mark Regev, a spokesman for the prime minister, said the decision was made to “strengthen the negotiating process.” He compared Mahmoud Abbas’s winnings, which come as the result of direct talks, to, what he described as, the meager result gained by Hizbullah after years of indirect talks.

“If we compare what Abu Mazen (Abbas) will get in two weeks, what Hizbullah got looks miniscule,” he pointed out.

In last month’s exchange deal, Hizbullah returned the badly decomposed bodies of kidnapped and murdered IDF reservists Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev. In return, the Iranian and Syrian-backed Lebanese terrorist group won the freedom of jailed child-killer and multi-murderer Samir Kuntar as well as jailed four Hizbullah guerrilla fighters. In addition, Israel also exhumed and returned the bodies of 199 Arab terrorists, each neatly wrapped in brand-new coffins.

Israel has also dismantled more than 100 security checkpoints and roadblocks in Judea and Samaria that have been used to prevent terrorists from entering pre-1967 Israel, and granted hundreds of additional work permits for PA Arabs in Israel.
Anyone think this will get Abu Bluff to reconsider his outright rejection of Israel's 100% offer for 'peace'? Don't bet on it. As the sign above says, "the Olmert-Abu Bluff agreement" (and please allow me to add "and all the 'gestures' meant to bring it about") "will blow up in our faces."


At 2:48 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Israel's leadership is morally bankrupt as well as cynical. A wag once asked what is the price of something truly dear. The stock Israeli response these days is exactly nothing. I expect it all to blow up in the government's face.


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