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Thursday, May 12, 2011

Abu Bluff: Better find another candidate

'Moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen has told Fatah to find another candidate to run for 'President' of the 'Palestinian Authority.'
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Thursday called on Fatah leaders to start searching for a candidate for the next presidential election.

Abbas’s appeal follows his decision not to seek re-election, a PA official pointed out.
But that's not all the 'revolutionary council' did:
The “revolutionary council” issued a statement at the end of the meeting in which it backed Abbas’s plan to seek UN recognition of a Palestinian state and sign a reconciliation accord with Hamas.

The council also urged Palestinians to escalate “popular resistance” against Israel, especially in Jerusalem neighborhoods like Silwan, Issawiya, Sheikh Jarrah and the Old City.

The Fatah council also urged Palestinians to take part in events marking Nakba Day, or Israel’s independence, by participating in marches and rallies.

The statement warned against abandoning the “sacred right of return” for Palestinian refugees to their original homes inside Israel.
What could go wrong?


At 10:04 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

The PA is not a peace partner.

And if Abu Bluff really does give up power, any successor will be more extreme and uncompromising.

Why Israeli leaders think negotiations with such an extremist regime is still possible is the $64,000 question of the century.

What could go wrong indeed


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