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Sunday, February 07, 2010

Guess who's coming to dinner

Continuing to play off Iran against the West, Russia has invited Iranian proxy Khaled Meshaal to come to Russia this week.
Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal will visit Russia next week for talks on ending a Palestinian split and bringing about a resumption of peace talks with Israel, the Russian government said on Thursday.

Hamas, which is backed by Syria and Iran, has been shunned by the West over the Islamist group's refusal to recognise Israel, renounce violence and accept existing interim Israeli-Palestinian peace deals.

"The main topic that will be discussed is the way to end the Palestinian divisions and how to resume the Palestinian-Israeli negotiations," Foreign Ministry spokesman Andrei Nesterenko told reporters in Moscow.
Hope the plane don't crash.



At 9:01 PM, Blogger What is "Occupation" said...

It would be a wonderful thing to watch his plane explode....

poetic justice...

At 9:22 PM, Blogger nomatter said...

After all the terrorist Meshaal is going to speak with one of 4 partners in the US led quartet for peace! What could be bad about that? I mean if it were bad, Russia would not be welcoming him.

The bottom line, if any leader from any country started by demanding with force Meshaal release Shalit we might get somewhere. Make no mistake the reason for the phony impass between Meshall and his twin Abbas means if they came together without the release of Shalit it would look bad for Abbas.

Shunning those terrorists we see amounted to nothing. Diplomacy with them is nothing more then a stupid exercise in fruition.

The only way to get to them takes world leaders who are willing to expose them all for what they are.

Calling them terrorists with no bite is as futile as shunning them; as futile as diplomatic connections with them.

The west is unwilling to tell the truth because then Israel/Jews might look good.

At 11:42 PM, Blogger Chrysler 300M said...

behind the curtains Russia is sponsoring Hamas, Syria and Iran

At 2:36 AM, Blogger Mr. Gerson said...

Hamas hasn't really been shunned by the "West", or they would have stopped their money from being transferred from Fatah to Hamas.


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