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Wednesday, July 08, 2009

The 'Dayton forces'

Hamas refers disparagingly to the 'Palestinian police' trained by American General Keith Dayton (pictured) as the 'Dayton forces.' This is how the 'Palestinian Authority' chooses to defend the members of the 'Dayton forces.'
The PA takes pride in its "Intifada" in which more than 1,000 Israelis, mostly civilians, were killed by the PA (Fatah) and Hamas from 2000-2005. Depicting murder and suicide terror by the PA security forces as a sign of honor sends a clear signal to Palestinians: These PA forces, currently being trained by the US, are not to be mocked because they could be the backbone of the next war against Israel.

The following are the words of the former PA Minister of Prisoners Ashraf al-Ajrami [on 'Palestinian Authority' Television, June 29, 2009. CiJ]:
Now they [Hamas] are speaking [disparagingly] about the [PA's security forces, calling them] "Dayton Forces." These [security] forces paid the heavy price in the second Intifada, both as Shahids [martyrs] and as prisoners. The greatest number of prisoners is from the security forces sector. They are the ones who bore arms and carried out the greatest and most important operations [terror attacks] against the Israeli occupation - and especially against soldiers, and some of the most famous operations [terror attacks] in the West Bank -- Ein-Arik, Wadi Al-Haramiyeh, Sorda, and others. These were carried out by the heroes of the Palestinian security forces, who protected the homeland and the national interest, while Hamas merely looked on for many months before embarking [on terrorist attacks].
What the hell are the Americans doing here?

What could go wrong?


At 5:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

In many ways, this entry should simple have been an added update to your prior blog entry, "'Palestinians' allowed to travel freely in Judea and Samaria".

Stupid Jews.

At 5:53 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Shy Guy, as I said my comments on the previous entry, the calm isn't because of a change in Palestinian attitudes or as presented here - the Dayton-trained PA forces. No its because of the IDF presence in Yesha. That's the only reason there hasn't been major waves of terror since 2002.


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