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Thursday, November 03, 2011

Hope and change, 'Palestinian' style

'Moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen is introducing his own version of hope and change for the Middle East.
Nabil Abu Rudeineh, a senior advisor to PA President Mahmoud Abbas, warned that if Israel does not stop settlement construction and if the Quartet is unable to restart the peace process, the Palestinian Authority will take a decision that "will change the face of the region and the entire Middle East," Palestinian news agency Ma'an reported, citing an interview with BBC radio.

Abu Rudeineh did not expand on what steps the PA would implement but called them "serious and substantial," according to the report.

Also Thursday, an unnamed Egyptian official told the London-based Al-Hayat newspaper that threats by Abbas to resign and dismantle the PA are not a maneuver but rather the product of frustration over lack of any movement in the peace process

Abbas is unlikely to surprise Arab states with his resignation, the Egyptian official said, but conceded that the decision to resign is the PA president's alone.

Regarding the option of dissolving the Palestinian Authority, a move which has been floated in recent months, the Egyptian official said that doing so would be complex, not easy and would have consequences.

Late last month, Abbas told a Fatah meeting that he planned to discuss the future of the PA with Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal during their meeting set to take place in November.
So when is anyone outside the Israeli Right going to acknowledge that there is no difference between Hamas and Fatah? They both share the same goal: To destroy the State of Israel. And now they will join together to prove it.

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At 10:10 PM, Blogger Max Coutinho said...

Hi Carl,

So, Palestinians are so convinced that they have it all (i.e illusion of membership in UNESCO), that now they feel the urge to resort to threats.
President Abbas said, last week, that they would make a revelation that would be so surprising and dangerous to the Palestinian people (I thought that there wasn't anything as surprising and dangerous to the Palestinians than PA itself); this week, it threatened to dismantle PA (if it happens it will backlash for sure); and now he threatens to make a decision that will change the face of the region...there is a common knowledge: if you're going to do it, do it...why threat? When one threats, one eithet wants attention or wishes to deflect attention.

Yes, deep down Hamas & Fatah are the same and they can wish for the destruction of Israel all they want, because they will never succeed - b'ezrat Hashem!


At 3:26 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This just brings to mind Glenn Beck's side-splitting takedown of Al Qaeda's "scary" spokesman Adam Gadahn.

Boo! A cha! cha! cha!

Jazz hands!



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