Monday, June 19, 2006

Fatah, Hamas agree: Zionist entity must be eliminated

All over the MSM, hysterical liberal reporters are calling Mahmoud Abbas, the Holocaust denying terrorist leader of Fatah and Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, a "moderate" who is hoping to convince everyone to make peace.

This is pure bullshit, of course. Abbas is really a vehement anti-Semite who has never recognized Israel, and is only interested in holding onto his power while destroying Israel by tricking them into making suicidal concessions in exchange for empty promises. Eventually, Abbas hopes Israel will be persuaded to make one concession too many, and at that point he will destroy the State of Israel, drive the Jews into the sea, and claim all of the land for the moslems.

Yet, when reading the reports from the dhimmis of the news media, you'd think Martin Luther Abbas Jr. is simply a man of peace who's just trying to get those nasty Jews to stop picking on the poor Palestinian civilians, then have all parties, arab and Israeli alike, get together for a peace-fest where all promise to "make love not war".

Here's the real story:

Arutz Sheva - Short of civil war, Fatah and Hamas negotiators are finding a common denominator in an effort to set up a national unity government in the Palestinian Authority. The formula: hatred of Israel.

The negotiations are based on the “prisoners' document”, a proposal for a PA state formulated by convicted terrorists serving life sentences in Israeli prisons.

The Hamas has refused to accept the document as a basis for an emerging Arab state because the proposal talks about establishing the state in Judea, Samaria, and Gaza. Agreeing to such a state would imply recognition of Israel, an idea anathema to Hamas ideology.

But now, in an effort to stave off civil war, Fatah officials have been emphasizing that the prisoners' document does not imply tacit recognition of the Jewish state.

Abu Taiyer, spokesman for the Al Aksa Brigades, the military wing of Fatah, said at a press conference in Gaza that his group remains loyal to Fatah’s pre-Oslo charter which calls for “liberating all Palestinian land, and the elimination of the Zionist entity, economically, politically, militarily, and culturally.”

Abu Taiyer’s statement was echoed by a senior Fatah official, Issa Krak’a, who said specifically that the prisoners' document does not express any recognition of the State of Israel.

The only difference between Abbas and Hamas is Hamas wants to throw the Jews into the sea now, while Abbas wants to do it once the strategic advantage has been achieved. The only answer is all out war; winner takes all, loser is expelled. The Jews must stop pretending this war is winnable via concessions and "good will gestures" to the moslem vermin who want to see them dead.



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