Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Flash! Hamas and the PA continue jihad against Israel!

Nothing less than the destruction of Israel and the scattering of the remaining Jews to the four winds will satisfy Hamas and the PA.  The annihilation of the Jewish people is or paramount import, both from a political and Islamic viewpoint.  One only needs to read the Hamas Charter to see where the hatred stems, and the goal of Islam through Hamas. 

So it is no surprise to anyone that the overtures Netanyahu made recently have been rejected outright.  There will be no real peace until Islamic doctrine is defeated, and Hamas and the PA are no more.

"We must work to adopt an Arab and Palestinian strategy based on the right of resistance." 

They said it.

From AP/Yahoo May 24 by Mohammed Daraghmeh

Palestinians: Netanyahu peace outline unacceptable 

RAMALLAH, West Bank – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's parameters for a peace deal, outlined in a speech to the U.S. Congress on Tuesday, fell far short of what is needed to resume negotiations, Palestinian officials said.

Nabil Shaath, an aide to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, said Netanyahu's insistence on keeping key parts of the territories the Palestinians want for their state is a "declaration of war against the Palestinians."

Hmm, methinks it should be the other way around.  "Declaration of war against Israel by the Palestinians via islam".

Israeli settlers, the Islamic militant Hamas and Netanyahu's moderate parliamentary opposition also expressed criticism.

The Palestinians want to establish their state in the West Bank, Gaza and east Jerusalem, areas Israel captured in the 1967 Mideast war. They have said they are ready for minor border adjustments through land swaps, to enable Israel to annex several of the largest of the dozens of Jewish settlements it has built on war-won land since 1967.

Netanyahu said Tuesday that he is willing to make "generous" territorial concessions, but also told Congress that Jerusalem must remain united as Israel's capital and that Israel wants to keep key areas of the West Bank where tens of thousands of Jews have settled, as well as areas of strategic importance.

Abbas is set to meet with leaders of the Palestine Liberation Organization and his Fatah movement on Wednesday to discuss their next move. The Palestinians have developed an alternate strategy to moribund negotiations, largely on hold since 2008, and have said they will seek U.N. recognition of their state in September.

Shaath said the Palestinians would continue to pursue these strategies. "We have nothing but to continue our struggle in the international arena and to continue building our state and to continue our popular struggle," he said, referring to demonstrations and protests against Israel. "We don't have a partner for peace," he said.

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