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Monday, October 12, 2009

Dahlan compares 'settlements' to suicide bombings

Fatah's former Gaza 'security chief' Mohamed Dahlan compared Israel's establishment of 'settlements' on 'Palestinian land' to suicide bombings, Israel Radio reported on Sunday.
Fatah strongman Mohammed Dahlan on Sunday compared Palestinian suicide bombings to Israel's establishment of settlements on Palestinian land, Israel Radio reported.

"What is the difference between blowing up a bus in Tel Aviv and taking over Palestinian land?" Dahlan asked.

Dahlan warned against a "loss of control" on the Palestinian street, in light of recent clashes between Israeli police and Palestinian rioters in Jerusalem, but added that the Palestinians were not interested in a protracted conflict with Israel.

The Fatah man also warned that riots in Jerusalem will not subside as long as Israel's prime minister "keeps sending settlers to pray at Al-Aqsa Mosque."
Dahlan, a favorite of the Clinton and Bush administrations, was responsible for the mortar attack on a school bus in Kfar Darom in November 2000, in which two Israeli teachers were killed and three children from one family lost limbs. Dahlan and his deputy, Rashid Abu Shbak, are also believed to be responsible for the murder of three American security contractors who were protecting American diplomatic personnel in Gaza six years ago this week. The diplomatic personnel were coming to Gaza to conduct interviews for Fulbright scholarships.

In light of his own history of terror attacks, Dahlan's comparison of 'settlements' (which don't kill anyone) and suicide bombings (which murder innocent civilians) is particularly odious.

According to Arutz Sheva, Dahlan made the comparison regarding Jews praying on the Temple Mount.

/But just give them a state.


At 2:54 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Just give them a state and they will abandon their open hostility towards the Jews.

Yeah, sure.


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