Newsletter #243 Friday, July 29, 2005
Jews Don't Expel Jews!
- The Palestinian Jihad Authority
by Nissan Ratzlav-Katz - IsraelNationalNews.com - July 28, 2005 Is the current Palestinian Authority, under the stewardship of Mahmoud ("Abu Mazen") Abbas, a terrorist entity, a terrorist-supporting regime, or a soft dictatorship struggling to control terrorists? In January of 2003, the head of the PLO's political department, Farouk Kaddoumi, declared: "We were never different from Hamas. Strategically, there is no difference between us."
- The US won’t learn, and Israel will pay
By Stan Goodenough - Jerusalem Newswire - July 25th, 2005 The US also believes that a successful transfer of Gaza out of Israel’s control would boost the American effort to sow the seeds of a democratic culture in the Arab world. What a waste of two presidential terms both these goals look set to be. For decades, the Arab side has remained unyielding in its purpose to destroy Israel by carrying out its two-stage strategy, using diplomacy and then terrorism to forge ahead.
- Our Egyptian friends
by Carolyn Glick - Jerusalem Post - July 25, 2005 Well, that was quick. No sooner had the blasts gone off in Sharm e-Sheikh than the Egyptians were already blaming the murderous attack which claimed at least 88 lives on the Jews. As Khaled Abu Toameh reported in Sunday's Jerusalem Post, the immediate reaction to the bombings Saturday night on Egyptian state television and pan-Arab television networks Al-Jazeera and Al Arabiya was to blame the bombings on Israel.
- Rice goes soft
Jerusalem Post - July 24, 2005 Evenhandedness is based on the notion that the US must constantly maintain credibility as an "honest broker" by carefully calibrated statements designed to please, and disturb, both sides. But there is usually little honesty in this. Honesty means giving out praise and criticism where they are due, not in arbitrary and roughly equal proportions, even though one side is making extremely painful and risky sacrifices for peace, while the other is preparing for another round of terrorism.
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By Dr. Miriam Adahan - IsraelInsider.com - July 28, 2005
Imagine that you live in Israel, which has suffered 25,500 known terror attacks just since 2000, including 6000 rockets that have fallen just on your small section of Gush Katif, and instead of attacking the Arab enemy, the government attacks you.
Imagine that Hamas has already announced that there will be massive parades throughout Gush Katif celebrating their victory over the Jewish people.
Imagine that the whole world will watch as terrorists take over these communities.
- Masked Policemen
By Ehud Ya'ari - The Jerusalem Report - July 2005 So dangerous did PA Interior Minister Nasser Yusuf deem the situation that he himself issued a directive to tens of thousands of soldiers and police in the Gaza Strip to go out on the streets wearing masks. If not, the Hamas and Islamic Jihad people would try to take revenge against them or their families. It was not the armed gangs who fastidiously hid their identities when they went out into the streets of Gaza in mid-July, but the uniformed police who dressed up as highway robbers. If Abu Mazen has been frightened off using the term "terrorism" and Nasser Yusuf calls on his policemen to hide behind face masks, do not wait for miracles - not before disengagement, not during and not after.
- Quotes of the Week
"And one other thing I want to say whilst I am on the subject, if I might: neither have they [terrorists] any justification for killing people in Israel, either. Let us just get that out of the way as well."
- British PM Tony Blair, July 26, 2005
"It's not always possible to immediately follow every attack against Israel with a public statement of condemnation, and for various reasons, among them the fact that the attacks against Israel sometimes were followed by immediate Israeli reactions not always compatible with the rules of international law," - a statement from the Vatican press office Thursday night.
- 'Today Gaza, tomorrow Jerusalem' – Qureia
By Jerusalem Newswire Editorial Staff - July 27th, 2005
Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Ahmed Qureia Wednesday said Israel's planned withdrawal from the Gaza Strip would eventually lead to its surrender of the Jews' ancient capital – Jerusalem.
“We are telling the entire world, today Gaza and tomorrow Jerusalem. Today Gaza and tomorrow and independent Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital,” Qureia said while reviewing PA security forces in Gaza.
He insisted the Palestinian Arabs would never agree to end their hostility towards the Jews until the holy city was relinquished to their control.
“Without Jerusalem there will be no peace,” said Qureia a day earlier, amid reports Israel planned to build a new Jewish housing structure in the so-called “Muslim Quarter” of Jerusalem's Old City.
Israeli leaders from both the right and left of the political spectrum have for decades stated Israel would never agree to re-divide its “eternal capital.”
Pointing to the looming Gaza-Samaria withdrawal, however, members of Israel's ruling Likud Party are now warning that Prime Minister Ariel Sharon could be the one to attempt such a move in a misguided push for peace.
Last month, Sharon's deputy, Ehud Olmert, put forward the idea that the predominantly Arab neighborhoods of eastern Jerusalem could be surrendered to PA control.
Olmert's public comments have long been recognized as a testing ground for future Sharon policies.
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