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Sunday, January 03, 2010

Abu Bluff 'reviewing' security cooperation with Israel

'Moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen has announced that he is 'reviewing' the 'Palestinian Authority's security cooperation with Israel in the wake of the liquidation of three 'Palestinians' who murdered Rabbi Meir Chai.
In an interview with Palestinian television, Abbas said that recent unilateral IDF actions, including the killing of the three Palestinians involved in the murder of Meir Chai near Shavei Shomron, have caused him to reconsider the current joint security pact.


According to Abbas, the current freeze in the Middle East peace talks, along with Israel's recent military excursions have weakened his faith and support of joint security cooperation with Israel.

"The provocations and assaults have multiplied recently. We find ourselves at a point in which it is time to reassess our activities. If security cooperation cannot lower the level of provocations, we will reassess the situation." Abbas said.
Considering that he declared them to be heroes, I suppose this shouldn't be too surprising. If he stops coordinating with Israel, what happens to the Dayton forces? (Answer: They become the 'Palestinian army' and fight Israel).


At 8:06 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Its another sign the peace process is really dead. If Saeb Erakat has to announce the US has pledged to deliver Israel on a silver platter, you know talks are not going to happen this month, this year, this decade or in our lifetime.


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