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calendar   Thursday - January 26, 2006

Terrorist Government In Palestine

This comes as no surprise to me. I still remember seeing news videos of Paleswinians dancing in the streets and celebrating on 9-11-2001. Words alone cannot convey the absolute disgust I have for these people. Now they elect a government of terrorists? Get real. This bunch of cretins is giving pond scum a run for its money. First they saddle us with Yasser Arafat and his murderous gang of thugs and now they elect a government of pure evil. I truly hate to say it but I would not shed a tear if this whole sorry excuse for a “country” was wiped out entirely ...

imageimageAbbas to Ask Hamas to Form Next Government
January 26, 2006, 6:46 AM EST
RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP)

Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas will ask Hamas to form the next Palestinian government after the Islamic militants swept parliamentary elections, and the defeated Fatah Party will serve in the opposition, a senior Fatah legislator said Thursday.

A Hamas-only government, without Fatah as a moderating force, is sure to throw Mideast peacemaking into turmoil. The Islamic militants, who carried out dozens of suicide bombings and seek Israel’s destruction, have said they oppose peace talks and will not disarm. Israel and the United States have said they will not deal with Hamas.

Earlier Thursday, top Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal told Abbas his group is ready for a political partnership. However, Fatah does not want to join a Hamas government, said Fatah legislator Saeb Erekat. “We will be a loyal opposition and rebuild the party,” Erekat said, after meeting with Abbas. Abbas will ask Hamas to form the next government, Erekat said.

Officials in both parties said Hamas appeared to have captured a large majority of seats in Wednesday’s elections. The Central Election Commission said the vote count had not been completed and that it would make an official announcement Thursday evening. Abbas, who favors peace talks with Israel, has said he would resign if he could no longer pursue his agenda. Aides said he planned a major speech Thursday night. Israel and the United States have said they would not deal with a government led by Hamas, which has carried out dozens of suicide bombings and which they consider a terrorist group.

Acknowledging the Hamas victory, Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qureia and his Cabinet ministers resigned Thursday—hours before official results from Wednesday’s vote were released. “This is the choice of the people. It should be respected,” Qureia said. “If it’s true, then the president should ask Hamas to form a new government.” The Cabinet remained in office in a caretaker capacity. Under the law, Abbas must ask the largest party in the new parliament—presumably Hamas—to form the next government. Abbas was elected separately a year ago and remains president.

Hamas capitalized on widespread discontent with Fatah’s corruption and ineffectiveness. Much of its campaign focused on internal Palestinian issues, while playing down the conflict with Israel. Israeli officials declined comment on the outcome, but senior security officials gathered Thursday to discuss the results. Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert scheduled talks with senior officials later in the day. Olmert said Wednesday, before Hamas claimed victory, that Israel cannot trust a Palestinian leadership in which the Islamic group has a role.

“Israel can’t accept a situation in which Hamas, in its present form as a terror group calling for the destruction of Israel, will be part of the Palestinian Authority without disarming,” Olmert said in a statement issued by his office. Reactions to the Hamas victory streamed in from around the world. Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi, according to news reports, called it a “very, very, very bad result.” But Benita Ferrero-Waldner, the European Union’s external relations commissioner, said Hamas must be “ready to work for peace” with Israel if it joins the Palestinian government.

U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan congratulated the Palestinian people on the peaceful elections, which he views as an important step toward a Palestinian state. President Bush told The Wall Street Journal in an interview Wednesday the United States will not deal with Hamas until it renounces its position calling for the destruction of Israel.

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 01/26/2006 at 12:06 PM   
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calendar   Sunday - November 13, 2005

DIC-Taters Disease

The PLO better think twice about pushing for an investigation into the death of Yasser Arafat. They might not like the answer they get. As it is, we now know the Paleswinian asshat died of a bad case of disseminated intravascular coagulation, or DIC. Feel free to interpret that as you wish in the comments ...

imageimagePLO Calls for UN Probe Into Arafat’s Death
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP)

A senior Palestinian official has called for a U.N. investigation into the death of Yasser Arafat, reiterating allegations that the Palestinian leader was poisoned by Israel. Farouk Kaddoumi, head of the Palestine Liberation Organization’s mainstream Fatah faction, said Arafat was poisoned by Israel “because he was a stumbling block to (Israeli) plans.” Other Palestinians have made the same charge in the past and Israel has repeatedly denied it.

The PLO will ask the U.N. Security Council “to form an international investigating commission into the assassination of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat.” Kaddoumi told reporters on Saturday. Arafat died in a French hospital on Nov. 11, 2004 at age 75. The exact cause of death remains unknown, fueling persistent rumors that he was either poisoned or died of AIDS.

Kaddoumi was speaking in Damascus after meeting representatives of the Syria-based radical Palestinian factions opposed to the PLO’s peace accords with Israel. He said all Palestinian groups are united in holding Israel fully responsible for Arafat’s death. Arafat died in a military hospital outside Paris, two weeks after being flown there from his West Bank compound in Ramallah, where he had been cooped up for three years under Israeli siege.

The Percy Military Hospital, which treated Arafat, has not clarified the cause of death, and its medical records, recently leaked to reporters, have proven inconclusive. Those records, obtained by two Israeli journalists who shared them with The Associated Press, cast doubt on the conspiracy theories. French doctors who treated Arafat at Percy concluded he died of a “massive brain hemorrhage” after suffering intestinal inflammation, jaundice and a blood condition known as disseminated intravascular coagulation, or DIC.

But the records are inconclusive about what brought about DIC, which has numerous causes ranging from infections to colitis to liver disease. On Friday, the Palestinians in the West Bank marked the first anniversary of Arafat’s death. Arafat’s nephew, Palestinian Foreign Minister Nasser al-Kidwa, said at the time he is convinced his uncle did not die of natural causes, and that Israel killed him. Two Palestinian government panels are already investigating the circumstances surrounding Arafat’s death.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/13/2005 at 01:38 PM   
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calendar   Wednesday - October 05, 2005

A “Nation” Of Scarecrows

You all saw the movie “Wizard Of Oz”, right? Do you remember that one of Dorothy’s pals was the Scarecrow? Do you remember what his problem was? Sure you do ... he wanted a brain because his head was filled with straw. I bet you didn’t know that the Scarecrow was actually a Paleswinian. Yes, it’s true. The whole “country” of Paleswine is filled with people whose heads are filled with straw. The Israelis are lucky. If the Paleswinians had brains they might be really dangerous. As it is ... they just keep bringing knives to a gunfight.

See the stoopid Paleswinian. See him run. Run Paleswinian run. See him pull out his knife. See him scream about God. See him fall down with several bullet holes in his ignorant carcass. Did the other Paleswinian scarecrows learn anything? Silly people! They have no brains. They can’t learn anything. See the next stoopid Paleswinian. See her run ....

imageimage Israelis Wound New Knife Attacker
NABLUS, West Bank (BBC)

The Israeli army shot and wounded a Palestinian teenager after he attempted to stab soldiers at a West Bank checkpoint near Nablus. The teenager ran towards the soldiers brandishing a knife and shouting “God is great”, witnesses said. Israeli soldiers fired at the youth, lightly wounding him, said witnesses.

The attack comes the day after Palestinian militants said they were responsible for a knife attack on an Israeli soldier at another checkpoint. Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades said they carried out the attempted stabbing of the soldier at Hawara checkpoint on Tuesday, the scene of many previous attacks. The female attacker was shot dead by Israeli troops after she injured a soldier in the face.

37-year-old Hayfa Hidiya had been on her way to carry out a suicide attack, the militant group said. The Israeli army said no explosives were found on the assailant. “We will continue martyrdom operations throughout Palestine until the occupation leaves. The barriers of shame and disgrace set up by the Zionists shall face more blows,” said al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades in a statement on their website.

The group said it was not committed to the truce agreed in February between the major Palestinian militant organisations and PA President Mahmoud Abbas. The Israeli army said the woman was knocked to the ground after lunging at a soldier with a knife, and was shot dead when she tried to get up again and attack a second time.

tune  “If I Only Had A Brain” crazy


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 10/05/2005 at 03:11 PM   
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calendar   Tuesday - September 13, 2005

Raping Gaza

imageimagePolice Try to Impose Order in Gaza Strip
NEVE DEKALIM, Gaza Strip (AP)

Palestinian police Tuesday blocked off abandoned Jewish settlements and chased after scavengers in a first attempt to impose order after chaotic celebrations of Israel’s pullout from Gaza. The overwhelmed forces were unable to halt looting of the area’s prized greenhouses.

Egyptian guards, meanwhile, failed for a second straight day to control a rush across the Gaza-Egypt border, which was a formidable barrier when patrolled by Israel. With the Israelis gone, Gazans dug under walls and climbed over barriers to get to Egypt, where they stocked up on cheap cigarettes, medication and cheese. Egyptian forces on Monday fatally shot a Palestinian during the mad rush, witnesses said.

The chaos raised new questions about the ability of Palestinian forces to impose order in Gaza. The greenhouses, left behind by Israel as part of a deal brokered by international mediators, are a centerpiece of Palestinian plans for rebuilding Gaza after 38 years of Israeli occupation. The Palestinian Authority hopes the high-tech greenhouses will provide jobs and export income for Gaza’s shattered economy. During a tour of Neve Dekalim, Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qureia implored Palestinians to leave the structures intact, even as people scavenged through debris elsewhere in the settlement.

“These greenhouses are for the Palestinian people,” he said. “We don’t want anyone to touch or harm anything that can be useful for our people.” Just minutes away, crowds of looters in the Gadid settlement overwhelmed hundreds of guards trying to protect the greenhouses. Guards acknowledged that in many cases, they were unable to stop the looting. “They are taking plastic sheeting, they are taking hoses, they are taking anything they can get their hands on,” said Hamza Judeh, a Palestinian policeman.

He said about 80 percent of the greenhouses were still intact, but looters walked off with lighting fixtures, cables and wires. Many were undeterred by the police presence. Police said one man dropped his loot only after he was beaten by security forces. Israel withdrew the last of its troops from Gaza early Monday, handing control of the coastal strip to the Palestinians. Celebrations frequently spun out of control, with Palestinians setting fire to debris and the few remaining buildings in empty settlements, and thousands of people rushing back and forth across the Egyptian border.

In an attempt to restore order, police early Tuesday banned cars from entering Neve Dekalim, once the largest Gaza settlement, and cordoned off the empty synagogue there, which had been set on fire a day earlier. Club-wielding police chased kids and urged people to stop scavenging through debris left behind by the Israelis. “This is not right, and we are going to stop them from doing it,” policeman Shafik Omran said as he looked at a man digging through a pile of garbage.

Despite the police efforts, Neve Dekalim was turned into a buzzing bazaar, with people haggling over bricks, scrap metal and other building materials they had collected. Similar scenes played out in other settlements. Mohammed Abu Shab, 16, and his friend, Jihad al-Daghma, 15, skipped school in the nearby town of Khan Younis in hopes of making a little money. The boys dangled off the side of Neve Dekalim’s former Jewish seminary, using a hammer and wirecutter to collect old wires and electrical equipment.

“We’ll go to school tomorrow. It’s the withdrawal. It’s not time for studying,” Abu Shab said. Electrical cables were selling for about $3.50, copper was getting $2.50 for 2.2 pounds and bricks were going for about $1 a piece.

Go ahead. Remind me again why we think these people deserve their own country. Tell me once more about the proud Palestinian people who only want freedom from oppression by the evil Jews. While you’re at it, riddle me this: what’s the difference between this crowd of Paleswinian savages and a horde of locusts?


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 09/13/2005 at 09:50 AM   
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