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Friday, February 19, 2010

The West covers for the 'Palestinian Authority'

I have discussed the 'Palestinian' corruption scandal exposed by whistleblower Fahmi Shabaneh (pictured), including its related sex scandal, several times over the last few weeks.

The last six and a half minutes of this video interview with Caroline Glick discuss the 'Palestinian' scandal. I urge you to watch the video, but here are some highlights you may not have heard (and have not read) in my posts linked above.

First, surprise, surprise, the woman that Rafiq Husseini was trying to force to have sex with him was a Christian. It's doubtful whether a Muslim woman would have been treated with such contempt (maybe they would have, but they would have been murdered afterward for 'honor').

Second, your tax money is funding prostitution rings and palatial villas for inciters of anti-Semitism who run the 'Palestinian Authority.'

Third, the American and European media weren't interested in the story, and would not publish it, because they would have lost their access to the 'Palestinian Authority.' So the story was exposed in the Israeli media instead.

Khaled Abu Toameh, who broke the story, notes that the 'Palestinians' are blaming Israel for trying to undermine Abu Bluff by exposing the scandal.
Blaming Israel and the Jews for everything that goes wrong has long been the accepted norm in the Arab and Islamic world. This is how Arab dictators divert attention from the real problems at home. If the economy in an Arab country is bad, then it’s because of Israel and the Jews. If there is no democracy and stability, then its Israel’s and the Jews’ fault, too.

Rafik Husseini was caught with his pants down in the bedroom of an Arab woman and, of course, it’s the Jews’ fault. Never mind that he was caught red-handed soliciting sex from the woman by members of his own security forces, who also filmed him while he was bad-mouthing Abbas and his predecessor, Yasser Arafat. Instead of responding to the charges made by Shabaneh, the Palestinian Authority rushed to accuse him of “collaboration” with Israel. The official Palestinian version is that the Israeli government had recruited the whistle-blower to incriminate Abbas because of his refusal to return to the negotiating table with Israel.

So what if Shabaneh has all the evidence to prove that he was acting on direct instructions from his boss, Tawfik Tirawi, former head of the Palestinian General Intelligence Service. And so what if Abbas knew about the sex scandal more than a year ago, when Shabaneh presented him with all the material he had collected during his work as head of the anti-corruption unit in the Palestinian security forces? If anything, the “Fatahgate” scandal shows that the Palestinian leadership is not different from the rest of the Arab world’s dictatorships. Under these regimes, the authorities often seek to discredit critics and political opponents by accusing them of working for the Israeli enemy.

Instead of coping with charges of corruption, Arab rulers and governments find it easier to direct a blaming finger at Israel. This anti-Israel incitement has resulted in the emergence of an entire generation or two of Arabs and Muslims who are convinced that Jews are behind all evils and should therefore be fought against or even eliminated.
And Obama thinks he's going to have a 'peace process' with these people? You've got to be kidding.


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