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Monday, April 27, 2009

'Peace partner': 'The government may need to recognize Israel, but the forces don't'

I guess if Hezbullah was able to deceive some parts of the West into believing that it had separate military and political wings, the 'Palestinians' believe they can do the same.

Ma'an - a 'Palestinian' news service - reports that 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen is suggesting that Hamas create the military/political fiction, so that the political wing can join his new government and that government can recognize Israel, while the military wing will continue its 'resistance.'
Alluding to the dispute over whether the Palestinian government should recognize Israel and abide by past Palestinian agreements, Abbas noted that “forces don’t need to accept what the government accepts, and we say that the government has to accept the international legitimacy.” [I assume that means the 'international legitimacy' of the State of Israel, but maybe not its right to exist. CiJ].

He also made the argument that the platform of the government must be written in such a way that it is recognized internationally, in order to avoid another aid embargo and end the current siege of Gaza.

“It is hard to see Palestinians in the Gaza Strip homeless and living such a harsh life but … and I don’t know until when we will bear to see our nation living like this” he said of the situation in Gaza.
And who would be foolish enough to accept this game of smoke and mirrors? Here's betting the Obama administration will accept it.


At 10:49 PM, Blogger R-MEW Editors said...

Accept it? Obama and Hilary are engineering it.

At 2:35 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

FinanceDoc is right - the Palestinians have figured out they can play both sides of the street because they are viewed as the victim in the West. Israel doesn't have that luxury.

At 4:08 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

With all that white toilet paper wrapping up so much Islamofeces, it's way past time to flush.


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