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Monday, May 27, 2013

What would happen if he met with Netanyahu?

Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh slammed 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen for meeting with Shimon Peres at the World Economic Forum, calling the meeting 'normalization.'
"We do not count much on such meetings which are aspects of normalization and attempt to bring into life a dead body called negotiations," Haniyeh said while hosting a Moroccan delegation in Gaza City.

The Hamas premier also criticized coordination between the Palestinian Authority and Israeli security forces.

"It is regrettable to talk proudly about security cooperation between the Palestinian people and their occupiers. This is bizarre and reverse terminology," he said.

He was commenting on remarks by Abbas that 96 Israeli soldiers who mistakenly entered the West Bank in 2012 were returned to Israel.

"We should treat the Israeli occupation as a major enemy of the Palestinian people, and not as a friend," Haniyeh said.

"I believe the United States has nothing to offer to the Palestinian people, and Israel does not even consider offering the least of the Palestinian people's rights. Thus, we have only one strategy, resistance and insistence on our inalienable rights."
Abu Mazen's top priority is reconciliation with Haniyeh and Hamas. That ought to help the 'peace process' along. Imagine what Haniyeh if Abu Mazen actually met with an elected Israeli official....

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At 3:55 AM, Blogger Captain.H said...

"I believe the United States has nothing to offer to the Palestinian people, ..."

And I at least agree that the United States should offer nothing, ESPECIALLY NO "FOREIGN AID" AMERICAN PEOPLES' TAX DOLLARS!!! Of course, that's not what the Middle East's biggest international welfare freeloaders, the "Palestinians" want to happen. I haven't forgotten the great street celebrations, expressions of joy, on 9/11. I watched, downloaded and kept some of the videos of those celebrations. Let the "Palestinians" wallow in the fruits of their own hatred, self-created societal dysfunction and poverty. Sew dot reap.


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