Posts Tagged ‘Palestinian National Authority’

The recent act by the state of terror and so-called democracy, punishes the occupied Palestinians for joining UNESCO and immediately announces that settlers (state-armed terrorists) will have 2000 or so homes built on Palestinian lands.

Now tell me why the Israelis should not be thrown into the sea – and the Dead Sea in particular.


Israeli Terrorist and NaZionist Avigdor Lieberman

Israel has slammed a deal between the Palestinian Hamas and Fatah factions to form an interim unity government and hold elections within a year.

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said that “with this accord, a red line has been crossed,” AFP reported on Thursday.

Tel Aviv could “freeze the transfer of taxes collected by Israel for the Palestinian Authority,” Lieberman said.

Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak also commented on the issue saying that “the latest events do nothing but reinforce the necessity of relying only on ourselves.” [and so did the Palestinians: relied only on themselves after years of deceptive Israeli practices and actions]

He boasted that the Israeli army and security forces “will use an iron fist to deal with any threat and challenge.”

Delegations representing Hamas and Fatah came to an understanding on Wednesday in the Egyptian capital of Cairo, where they resumed unity talks.

Shortly after the deal was announced, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Acting Palestinian Authority Chief Mahmoud Abbas must “choose between peace with Israel or peace with Hamas.” [Abbas replied: “Choose between Peace and illegal Settlements”]

The latest deal is expected to be followed by signing of a reconciliation agreement between all Palestinian factions in Egypt.

Hamas and Fatah have been at odds since the former won the Palestinian parliamentary elections in January 2006.

Fatah set up headquarters in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, with Hamas arguing that the faction works in cahoots with Tel Aviv.

Last year, Hamas complained about an arrest campaign against its members led by the so-called security forces functioning under Fatah’s leader, Mahmoud Abbas, declaring that its rival faction works “in close coordination with those of the Israeli occupiers” in the West Bank.

Source: PressTV

Judea Declares War


Israel is worried from an internal uprising and is desperately searching for a weapon of mass distraction. Reality is that Israel cannot reach any peace

Mahmoud Abbas _MG_1963

Image by Abode of Chaos via Flickr

agreement with the Palestinians because these have no agreed leadership. Mahmoud Abbas is holding his position as President of the Palestinian Authority illegally. Elected to serve until January 9, 2009, Mr. Abbas unilaterally extended his term as president of the Palestinian Authority for another year and continues in office even after that deadline expired. Palestinian legal Prime Minister – Ismail Haniyeh – said in September 2010 that “Palestinians worldwide do not support absurd talks with Israel,” and that “the scheduled negotiations would not restore Palestinians’ rights or give them control over religious sites.” Khaled Mashal, said that the upcoming talks were illegitimate and the result of coercion by Washington. I expanded on that in Next Bomb is Courtesy of Netanyahu. Moreover, its peace agreement with Egypt may be in jeopardy, especially if it is to face a referendum of the Egyptian people. Without an advancing peace process, Israelis and Palestinians directly suffering under the violent hands of the Israeli Administration may upraise as Tunisians, Egyptians and Lybians did, asking for their human rights and freedoms. The State of Israel – an illegitimate, terror inflicting organization – is not different from them.

In the last week of February 2011, Netanyahu said over the phone to the German chancellor that he was about to launch a diplomatic initiative, explaining he is making a speech in two weeks in which he will outline a new peace plan. The prime minister claims he intends to launch a new peace plan that would be a continuation of his Bar-Ilan University speech of June 2009, in which he agreed to establish a Palestinian state. Israeli media confirmed that, saying that Netanyahu is frantically looking for a way to jumpstart the peace process, in view of Israel’s growing international isolation. “Netanyahu has recently begun talking about a second Bar-Ilan speech,” said a senior Foreign Ministry official close to Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman (in the lingo of the Hebrew media this probably refers to Lieberman himself). The speech would outline an alternative to the interim agreement with the Palestinians, similar to Lieberman’s plan.

The initiative consists of establishing a Palestinian state within temporary borders on about 50% of the West Bank.

This is an awesome statement showing an attempt to contaminate another society with the illnesses of the Jewish State. So many years after Israel tricked the UN to give it independence (Israel fails even now to meet the basic conditions imposed by the UN on its sovereignty), it is attempting to create the same contraption with a Palestinian state. A state with no clear boundaries, no well-defined population, and probably even without a Constitution; in other words a Palestinian replica of the State of Israel, for the shame of humanity. Another make-believe fake solution to real problems; another attempt of the Deep Pocket Families to bury the peoples heads in the sands of the Middle Eastern Deserts while enriching themselves with the Business of War.

No, thank you, Mr Netanyahu – proud heir to the Mishpaha Lohemet – please skip your speech, we prefer our freedoms.