Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Hamas and Fatah agree on non-recognition of Israel

Contrary to the swill being doled out by some of the MSM, the new accord between Hamas and Fatah, is neither a peace offer or recognition of Israel.

Palestinian Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh and Fatah's Mahmoud Abbas had a sitdown and have apparently reached an agreement on a common political strategy to try to end the turf wars between them....but Hamas spokesmen themselves said that MSM reports on Hamas `implicitly recognizing Israel' are 100% B O G U S.

Palestinian minister Abdel Rahman Zeidan told the BBC the Hamas-Fatah document did not in any way recognise the state of Israel.

"There is no agreement between the Palestinians on specifically this phrase. You will not find one word in the document clearly stating the recognition of Israel as a state. Nobody has agreed to this. This was not on the table. This was not in the dialogue," he said.

Zeidan and other Hamas spokespeople, according to the BBC, said that according to them, the entire state of Israel has been built on occupied Palestinian land and that a second Palestinian Arab State in the West Bank, Gaza and Jerusalem is a first step, for now.

Future generations of Palestinians will reclaim all their historic homeland. And that, in the end, there will be no room for what is now the Jewish state of Israel.

Arafat said it best, on Jordanian TV right after the Oslo Accords `"Either the Jews will push us into the sea or we will push the Jews into the sea."

Nothing's changed.

As I reported here before, the so-called Palestinian `prisoner's document' drawn up by convicted murderer Marwan Barghouti among others is just the Saudi `peace plan' , warmed over and rephrased a bit.

It says that the Palestinian people have a right to `resistance' (read 'terrorism'),
a right to ethnically cleanse the Jews from Jerusalem and have the right to flood Israel with millions of `refugees' from all over the Arab world.

In addition, the `prisoner's document' calls for the freeing of all the convicted terrorist murderers no rotting inIsraeli jails.

Of course.

So, with Israel reduced to the indefensible pre 1967 borders Abba Eban referred to as `The Auschwitz lines' and living as a minority in their own country and at the mercy of the Arabs inside what was left of Israel, the Arab world will grant `normal relations' ..at least for as long as Israel was around!

Some deal, eh?

The good news is that the new Fatah/Hamas accord doesn't meet the standards the US , Israel or the EU set out for resuming aid and normal relations with the Palestinian Authority.

Anticipating this, Hamas agreed to give Abbas a major concession...that the PLO, which Abbas heads, would be the Palestinian representative in charge of negotiang with Israel rather than the Hamas controlled Palestinian Authority.

Stay tuned....

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