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Sunday, January 24, 2010

PA warns EU not to talk to Hamas

Alarmed by the European Union's enthrallment with Hamas, the 'good terrorists' from Fatah have warned the EU not to talk with the 'bad terrorists' from Hamas.
A senior PA official in Ramallah condemned initiatives by some EU citizens and officials to talk to Hamas, accusing them of "ignoring the fact that Hamas had staged a coup in the Gaza Strip."

The official warned that meetings between Hamas and Westerners was "playing into the hands" of the movement and undermining efforts to achieve reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah.

"Those who are trying to legitimize Hamas are harming the Palestinian Authority and any chance of achieving peace with Israel," he said.

Hamas officials, meanwhile, said that their group accepts the two-state solution but only as a temporary one.
Of course, this is all related to last week's meeting between Hamas 'speaker' of the 'Palestinian Legislative Council' Abdul Aziz Dwaik and British useful idiot David Martin Abrahams. Following the meeting, Dwaik and his colleagues denied all the quotes attributed to him regarding accepting Israel's right to exist - even 'temporarily.'
Dwaik himself appeared to be confused and under pressure in light of the storm created by his controversial remarks. He initially claimed that some of the statements attributed to him were "inaccurate" and that Hamas had never recognized Israel's right to exist.

Dwaik said that he and other Hamas representatives made it clear during the meeting with Abrahams that Hamas "accepts the de facto existence of Israel but does not recognize the legitimacy of its occupation of Palestinian territories."

On the possibility that Hamas would consider canceling its charter, Dwaik said he reminded Abrahams that the PLO, which had canceled its charter under Israeli and American pressure, did not achieve anything in the interest of the Palestinians. He also said that Hamas was planning to continue its discussions with Abrahams and other Westerners.

Mahmoud Ramahi, another top Hamas operative in the West Bank, said in response to Dwaik's comments that his movement was indeed willing to accept an independent Palestinian state within the pre-1967 lines, but only on a temporary basis and without recognizing Israel's right to exist.
The problem isn't that the EU wants to talk to Hamas (so long as it does not actually do so). The bigger problem is that the EU - and the United States - continue to talk to and coddle Fatah, which is at least as much of a terror organization.


At 6:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

PA: Please, EU, don't talk to Hamas. We promise to kill Jews but we'll do it more slowly, over time, so it won't look so bad. Hamas may kill more Jews faster but they'll make you look bad. We promise to keep our Jihad 'under the radar' and to coordinate closely with your press agents. Besides, we really need the money.

At 7:22 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Carl - isn't that the same Abu Bluff who is courting Hamas? And he's talking out of both sides of his mouth!


At 7:58 PM, Blogger nomatter said...

The world is not only blind but stupid...on purpose.

Abbas makes such statements as part of his expected small and insignificant pay-back to the international sanitization relief aid crew which enables him.

It is all an act and a very sleazy transparent one at that.

This world is so intent on screwing Jews they use Abbas as their puppet of masquerade to further cement the lie that Fatah is good and Hamas is bad. (of course Hamas not sooo bad that they don't have the appeasers, cry babies, knee jerkers and Jew haters on their side)

At 12:45 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Before there can ever be a 2 state solution [not that i believe there can be, fatah is no better than hamas] hamas has to be completely destroyed. But i don't see that happening, obama was tougher on Honduras who didn't have a coup than they are on hamas who did pull off a coup. What a crazy world we are living in.


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