Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Olmert to free terrorists from jail as "good will gesture" to PLO

Ehud Olmert today successfully gained Knesset committee approval to grant the unconditional release of 1,400 terrorist vermin scum from Israeli prisons. Coming just hours after Olmert donated $100 million to the Fatah terrorist organization led by Mahmoud Abbas, it is believed by many observers that this will be a giant step towards achieving Ehud Olmert's ultimate goal: transforming Israel from a Jewish State into a bi-national state of moslems and Jews.

Arutz Sheva - PM: "We've freed prisoners for the Id el-Adha holiday before; I see no reason not to do it this year too. It could be that this is a change of my past position." Shalit has been held for 6 months.

"The time has come to show flexibility and largesse regarding the terrorist prisoners," Prime Minister Ehud Olmert told the Cabinet yesterday (Sunday). "It could be that this opinion is different than that which was presented at previous government meetings, but this is my opinion."

Ministers Shimon Peres, Amir Peretz, Sha'ul Mofaz and others agree that there is no reason not to free terrorist prisoners in honor of the upcoming Moslem holiday Id el-Adha and thus strengthen Abu Mazen. The Palestinian Authority chairman faces tough opposition from Hamas within the PA.

IDF Corp. Gilad Shalit was captured by Hamas just outside Gaza six months ago; two soldiers were killed in the attack, in which eight terrorists tunneled under the Gaza fence.

Think that's bad? How about the report Ehud Olmert has ordered the IDF that they can't even take defensive measures to stop terrorist missiles from being launched at Jews in Israel.

JERUSALEM – Prime Minister Ehud Olmert yesterday rejected a plan by military leaders here to allow the Israeli Defense Forces to take out Palestinian militants it catches in the process of launching rockets from the Gaza Strip into nearby Jewish cities, WND has learned.

IDF leaders charged Olmert was "damaging" Israeli security.

Following a cease-fire imposed in Gaza Nov. 26, Olmert has restrained the IDF from taking any defensive measures to stop the regular firing of Palestinian Qassam rockets into Israeli communities.

Again, I do not advocate the violent overthrow of the Israeli government by Religious Zionists and rightwing nationals, but...Oh, uh, wait a minute... Actually, that is exactly what I'm advocating.

Sorry about that.



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