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Monday, October 11, 2010

No, he won't dismantle the 'Palestinian Authority'

'Moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen has backed off a threat to dismantle the 'Palestinian Authority,' according to chief negotiator bottle washer Saeb Erekat, but Abu Mazen presented the 'Palestinian' leadership with five other alternatives in the event that Israel does not give in to 'Palestinian' attempts to blackmail it.
Erekat said the “alternatives” include demands that Israel halt all settlement construction as a condition for pursuing the peace talks, and seeking American and United Nations recognition of a Palestinian state on the June 4, 1967, lines.

He added that if none of these options happens, the Palestinians would study articles 77 and 85 of the UN Charter regarding the possibility of demanding an international trusteeship over the Palestinian territories.

Erekat said the Palestinians also had other “alternatives,” but did not elaborate.
And starting November 3, Barack Hussein Obama may be a lot more receptive to not exercising an American veto in the UN Security Council.

What could go wrong?


At 7:54 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

I'm disappointed that Prime Minister Netanyahu tied a renewal of the revanant freeze to a Palestinian recognition as the Jewish homeland. This is a contradiction in terms. You cannot have a Jewish homeland without building throughout it and the Jews should not be denied their basic human rights in exchange for the Palestinians doing the obvious.

Its a stupid proposal. What's next - Israel is going to agree to limit Jewish immigration to Israel in exchange for some unspecified future Palestinian concession? This is a slippery slope that can lead to no good. We should be grateful, I guess, that Palestinian rejection of ANY recognition of Israel is saving the Prime Minister and Israel's leaders from their own stupidity.

What could go wrong indeed


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