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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Peace partner? What peace partner?

Gaza-based members of the 'moderate' Fatah party, our supposed 'peace partner,' claim that they too fired rockets at Israel last week. 516 of them.
A spokesman for the groups, which are affiliated with Fatah’s armed wing, the Aksa Martyrs’ Brigade, told reporters that his men fired 516 rockets and missiles at Israel during the conflict.
The spokesman warned that the Fatah groups would “continue to defend the heroic Palestinian people against Israeli crimes and massacres.”
According to the spokesman, Fatah gunmen fought alongside members of other groups in the Gaza Strip during the recent escalation.
He urged Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal to “head immediately to the Gaza Strip to put an end to the state of despicable state of division [between Hamas and Fatah].”
The Fatah groups also “welcomed” last week’s terror attack against a civilian bus in Tel Aviv, in which 28 people were hospitalized.
The masked Fatah spokesman revealed that a member of his group, Mohamed al-Zaini, who was responsible for launching rockets and missiles at Israel, was killed in an IDF air strike.
Abbas Zaki, a member of the Fatah Central Committee, was quoted over the weekend as praising Hamas and Islamic Jihad for “deciding to die for the sake of the Gaza Strip.”
You can't make peace with a culture where the only way to get ahead is to murder you. The bottom line is that Fatah makes these claims - whether or not they are true - because otherwise they would lose all of their popularity among the 'Palestinian people.' Democratic elections - no matter how blessed by the 'international community' and regardless of who wins - will not change this. There's a much more fundamental change that needs to be made. The 'Palestinians' need to be de-Nazified. Their rotten core needs to be removed and cleaned. It's not an overnight job.

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