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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Gershon Baskin mourns his friend Ahmed Jabari

You may recall that 'peace activist' Gershon Baskin claimed to have negotiated the release of Gilad Shalit with Ahmed Jabari. Here's what Baskin posted on his Facebook page a short while ago.
The Israeli decision to kill Ahmed Jaabri was total insanity. Jaabri was behind enforcing all of the recent ceasefire agreements. He sent his troops out to stop the rockets and was prepared to reach a long term ceasefire. Jaabri was also the main interlocutor of the Egyptian intelligence service in reaching ceasefire understandings. Now who are they supposed to talk to? Who can expect the Egyptians to continue to mitigate our relationship with Gaza? Now the government and people of Israel will face a massive barrage of rockets and they bought the entrance card to Cast Lead II. God help us all. This is what I will say on London Kirschenbaum on Zissels television.
I'm sure Hamas will find a new 'negotiator' if they want to. How many more rockets did Baskin propose that we await?

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At 6:28 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

What is this man talking about? Hundreds of rockets in a week and he is narrating that this guy was "sending troops to stop the rockets"? Kind of like the Obama Team sends guns to the Mexican street war, while trying to take credit for making things better on the border, when they've actually revved up the death and destruction. I just saw a headline that rockets are being fired into Israeli civilian areas from Sinai, part of the Obama Team's New Egypt. Gershon Baskin needs to re-evaluate his "peace activist" team members... If he is supporting the Obama Peace Plan, then he is a menace to peace.

BTW, whichever Israeli who is talking about vacating the Camp David Agreement... even if the action on the ground makes it irrelevant, never vacate it from the Israel side, because it is a part of the paper trail that condemns the neighbors and their anti-semite supporters. Please.

At 6:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think Baskin would have been a better alternative for targeting by a drone.

At 8:34 AM, Blogger גרשון בסקין said...

My proposal was that we not tolerate even one single rocket from Gaza into Israel. No one can accept the firing of rockets on the civilian population. I have close relatives who live in a kibbutz 500 meters from Gaza, I have visited them and I have been to Sderot and other towns being hit by the rockets. Using force is not always the best answer, in fact it rarely is and I tell you with authority that Jaabri was prepared to enter into a long term ceasefire arrangement that would have ended the rocket fire.
Gershon Baskin

At 11:06 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

baskin reflects a widespread syndrome among peace-negotiators. they vastly overvalue their abilities and influence, and have anger and contempt for anyone who doesn't share their appreciation of their own contribution. "i'm a legend in my own mind, so how dare you not agree!"

At 11:08 AM, Blogger YMedad said...

If Gershon actually believes what he wrote about any Hamas senior figure, he's more irrational than I presumed a leftist could be.

Any/everything he would have done is for the goal of eliminationg Israel.

At 11:11 AM, Blogger This Ongoing War said...

Baskin's comment confirms something we have seen before... that the most peace-minded terrorists are those who were just now, yesterday, last week, unfortunately killed by the Israelis. We were just a week away, a kilometer away, just one more conference away, from reaching agreement.

This is of course self-serving, self-aggrandizing rubbish. It highlights how totally absent from the real world (not the imaginary one conjured up by the Baskins) are the genuine peace-makers and compromise-willing partners on the Palestinian Arab side.

Yes, they exist, but they live in abject fear. Fear of their own side and much less in fear of the Israelis.


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