Fayyad announced on Palestinian radio stations Wednesday that the Palestinian National Authority 'will not be a prisoner to the restrictions of Oslo'.
Fayyad added 'The National Authority recognizes the magnitude of the challenges and difficulties our people are living under on a daily basis, and it works to assume its full responsibilities.
All the possibilities are available to it to strengthen the resilience of its citizens, and adhere and stay on their land, in the various regions, particularly the Jordan Valley area, all areas classified Area C, which constitute about 60 percent of the West Bank, including the areas behind the wall'. He said,' These areas are not disputed areas, it is part and parcel of the occupied Palestinian territory, and the responsibility of the Palestinian National Authority is essential that work to the maximum of their capacities to provide services for all its citizens, it will not be a prisoner to the restrictions of Oslo."
This is a huge deal.
Not only does the 'Palestinian Authority' get its powers from Oslo, but Oslo is the sole basis of the 'Palestinian' claim to the Arab occupied land in Judea and Samaria.
It's why the Israelis did something no other country in the Middle East was willing to do..give the Palestinians some land to call their own.
The 'moderate' Fayyad's statements simply formalize what Yasser Arafat's former political commissar in Jerusalem, Feisal Husseini openly admitted years ago - that Oslo was simply a Trojan horse designed to deceive Israel.
The Israelis ought to make a huge deal out of this. Since the 'Palestinians' are no longer bound by Oslo, neither is Israel and Netanyahu should make that crystal clear immediately.
Since there's no longer a legal or practical basis for them, Israel should immediately break off the futile negotiations with the 'Palestinians and annex the Israeli controlled areas of Judea and Samaria, while moving the 'Palestinian' non-Israeli citizens to the 'Palestinian' occupied areas.
(hat tip the Elder)
Crossposted at American Thinker