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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Abu Bluff meets with released terrorists; UPDATED WITH VIDEO

As the Europeans in the UN Security Council criticize Israel for building homes for Jews, they have nothing to say about 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen meeting in Turkey with 11 'Palestinian' terrorists who were released as part of the terrorists for Gilad trade.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was "disappointed" by what he termed Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas's "unfortunate decision" to meet with freed Palestinian terrorist Amna Muna in Turkey on Wednesday.

Abbas met with Muna along with ten other Palestinians freed and exiled to Turkey as part of the deal to release kidnapped IDF soldier Gilad Schalit in October. Muna, the so-called "Internet Murderer" was serving a life sentence for luring 16-year-old Ofir Rahum to Ramallah where he was murdered in 2001.


Abbas told them that the issue of the prisoners was at the top of PA leadership's list of priorities. He said that the issue was being raised in all meetings between PA officials and world leaders.

The PA president, according to a statement released by his office, "praised the prisoners for remaining steadfast in the face of Israeli wardens' mastery." He also briefed the released prisoners on the latest developments in the region.

PMO spokesman Mark Regev said that "instead of promoting peace and reconciliation, the Palestinian leadership seems to be putting extremist murderers up on a pedestal... This raises serious questions as to their commitment and as to their desire to end the conflict."

A senior aide to Abbas rejected Israeli criticism of the meeting between Abbas and the former prisoners and accused the Israeli government of searching for excuses to sabotage the peace process.
Hamas, Fatah, the 'Palestinian Authority' - they're all the same. They're all a bunch of terrorists and terror supporters. It's time to move on from them.


I have video of that meeting for you (with no sound).

Let's go to the videotape.

YNet reports that the Prime Minister's office was 'shocked' at the meeting.
One has to wonder why. An official in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office said it was "shocking to see a man who tells the entire world he wants to make peace with Israel fly all the way to Turkey to meet a despicable murderer."

The Palestinian president also met with Jihad Ya'amur, who took part in the kidnapping and murder of Nachshon Wachsman in 1994. During the meeting Abbas said the release of the remaining Palestinian prisoners was at the top of the Palestinian leadership's agenda.


Israel Radio reports that Abu Mazen and Jibril Rajoub went to Turkey specially to meet with the terrorists - and specifically with Mona. Rajoub told Israel Radio that he didn't think there was anything wrong with the meeting.

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