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    What much of the West is tragically unaware of, with major policy implications, is the difference between Fatah and the PLO as they address their Arabic-speaking audience and Fatah and the PLO as they address their Western audiences. And still, people blame Israel for the stalemate in the "peace process."

    "Abbas greets newly released Palestinian prisoners: You are freedom fighters," from Haaretz, October 18



    The Gaza Strip and West Bank gave a jubilant welcome on Tuesday to hundreds of Palestinians freed from Israeli prisons in exchange for the release of Gilad Shalit, the Israeli soldier held for five years by the enclave's Islamist rulers, Hamas.

    Fire-crackers, klaxons and cheering carloads of flag-waving young men raised the noise level steadily in Gaza city as thousands converged on a central square for a mass rally with speeches scheduled by Hamas leaders and well-known militants just liberated in the swap mediated by Egypt.

    In Ramallah, thousands packed into the headquarters of the Palestinian presidency to greet prisoners released into the West Bank. President Mahmoud Abbas and Hassan Youssef, a senior member of the Hamas group, both delivered speeches in a rare show of national unity.

    "We thank God for your return and your safety," Abbas said, greeting the prisoners. "You are freedom fighters and holy warriors for the sake of God and the homeland." He also said that Israel had promised him to free more prisoners following the two-stage swap. It was the first mention of such a release.

    "We hope soon to see [Marwan] Barghouti and [Ahmed] Saadat, as well as every prisoner freed," Abbas told the thousands of cheering supporters and relatives, referring to two high-profile prisoners who Israel had refused to release.

    Yousef said the deal "gives the Palestinians hope that more prisoners can be released."

    Gaza declared a national holiday and schools were closed.

    The road from the Egyptian border with Egypt was turned into a military zone and sealed off. Dozens of masked, heavily-armed men of the Izz el-Deen Al-Qassam militia waited in convoy to escort buses carrying the freed men north to Gaza city.

    "I think the deal represents something great for the Palestinian people. Those who are still in jail are happy for those who have been released." said Hamas deputy leader in exile, Moussa Abu Marzouk, who greeted prisoners arriving in Egypt from Israel.

    Patriotic songs blared from loudspeakers as prisoners arrived to a heroes' welcome at the Rafah crossing. Some kissed the soil as they arrived. Some were carried on the shoulders of happy relatives. Women ululated and men chanted Allahu akbar [God is greatest].

    Hamas leader in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh, joined scores of officials to greet freed prisoners coming in from Egypt, along with hundreds of family members impatient for the big reunion.

    Haniyeh kissed their foreheads, paying special respect to Yehya Al-Sinwar, a top Hamas security strategist who spent 23 years in jail, and his deputy Rawhi Mushtaha who was also serving a life sentence.

    "Thank you to the forces of the resistance for returning us as liberated heroes," said one prisoner.

    In the West Bank, hundreds of Palestinians waving flags of Palestinian parties including Hamas and the Fatah movement led by Abbas were gathered over the course of the morning at the crossing where they expected Israel to set the prisoners free, dancing, singing and playing national songs all morning.

    In Gaza, a densely-packed sprawl of low-rise concrete on the Mediterranean coast in sight of Israel, thousands gathered for a mass rally around a stage backed by a mural bearing portraits of top militants who were not released, with the words: "We will not forget you."

    The web of electricity cables slung over Gaza's main streets was decorated with the green flags of Hamas. The streets were full of men in pick-ups, convertibles and rickshaw trucks waving the brightly-colored banners of Gaza's militant factions.

    A wall painting lampooned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, depicting him with his face ground into the dirt by the boot of a gunman, signing a paper with words "swap deal".

    Hamas, whose gunmen seized Shalit in a cross-border raid in 2006, has declared the prisoner exchange a victory over Israel and a vindication of its policy of armed resistance over the peace-seeking policy of Abbas.

    Israel is setting free 1,027 Palestinians in return for the liberty of Shalit. Some have spent 30 years behind bars for violent attacks against Israel and its occupation of land taken in the 1967 Six-Day War.

    More than 100 of the 477 prisoners released in the first phase of the exchange were taken to the West Bank. The rest were brought to Gaza, apart from 41 who were due to fly out from Cairo to exile in Turkey, Syria or Qatar.

    Hamas and other Gaza militant groups have vowed to seize more Israeli hostages for exchange until all 5,000 Palestinians still in Israeli prisons are released.

    "The rest of the prisoners must be released because if they are not released in a normal way they will be released in other ways," said Hamas deputy leader Abu Marzouk.
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    Abbas target of coup plot...

    Arab countries and Israel reportedly plotting a coup against Palestinian president
    Saturday 28th May, 2016 - A number of Arab countries and Israel are reportedly in discussions about overthrowing Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.
    The UAE, Jordan, Egypt and Israel are on the verge of agreeing on a replacement for Abbas, according to an exclusive report by the Middle East Eye news service quoting senior Jordanian and Palestinian sources. The group want to bring Mohammed Dahlan out of exile and install him as head of the Palestinian Authority and the PLO. Dahlan however is not liked by Palestinians, is considered corrupt and is also believed to have ties to the Israeli security services. The possibility of him running as a presidential candidate in elections would likely see his ascension to the presidency fail. Egypt and the UAE, with the support of Jordan, and the agreement of Israel believe the only way is to force Abbas's removal and install Dahlan in his role.

    The UAE, according to the reports want Abbas arrested however the other stakeholders in the conspiracy are reportedly not prepared to go that far. The UAE has also said it wants Abbas stopped from travelling abroad and if he is deposed they want Jordan to deny his asylum. Curiously Saudi Arabia has not been consulted on talks but UAE sources say this will happen when the plan has been finalised. The UAE and Saudi Arabia have continually warned off other countries, particularly Iran and Qatar, from meddling in the affairs of other countries. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been boasting in recent months of a warming of relations with Arab countries and the increasing likelihood of the Jewish state soon establishing diplomatic relations with a number of Arab nations. Mr Netanyahu has spoken often of back channel talks he and his government are having with Arab leaders.The Bahrain King Hamad ibn Isa Al Khalifa recently conceded it is only a matter of time before the Arab world enters a diplomatic pact with Israel.


    I don't want to hear of it.

    Abbas is now 80 and has often been accused of being too close to Israel. He has been at the helm since 2005. Despite his party Fatah losing elections in 2006 to Hamas he was retained as president after Hamas agreed to jointly sharing power with Fatah. The agreement ultimately broke down and Fatah assumed control of the West Bank while Hamas took control of Gaza. Dahlan is a former leader of Fatah. According to the Middle East Eye report, the strategies of the collaborating nations are to:

    - unite and bolster Fatah for the forthcoming elections with Hamas

    - weaken Hamas by dividing it into competing factions

    - conclude a peace agreement with Israel with the backing of Arab states

    - seize control of sovereign Palestinian institutions, the Palestinian National Authority (PNA), the PLO chairmanship and leadership of Fatah

    - choreograph the return of Dahlan as the power behind the throne of Fatah and the Palestinian Authority

    Middle East Eye says its sources, which have been independently verified, have nominated Mohammed bin Zayed, the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, as one of the key players in the discussions. "The Emiratis, particularly Mohammed Bin Zayed, absolutely reject Abbas on the personal level, to the extent that they told the Jordanians explicitly that the reason the UAE is negative about Jordan is due to the fact that Jordan did not take a stand against Abbas," a senior Palestinian source is quoted as saying by Middle East Eye. The three Arab countries, who have concluded Abbas has "expired politically" have worked out how to implement their plan to replace him and have allotted roles for each actor to play, including one for for British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who for a long period was the Middle East envoy. Dahlan has also proposed linking Hamas to its rival Islamic Jihad.

    Middle East Eye corroborated the plot with a senior Jordanian source who briefed the news service following a visit by Dahlan to Amman a few weeks ago, his first visit to Jordan in 5 years. Jordan, which in 2012 seized Dahlan's family assets on the instructions of the Palestinian Authority, is not entirely sure of Dahlan. King Abdullah and his father before him have been regarded highly as champions of the Palestinian cause. "The King of Jordan should not spearhead an initiative that is likely to fail. Considering Dahlan's involvement, the king might be seen as someone who is taking sides and supporting one party against another. This is how Abbas sees the role played by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al Sisi and the UAE," the Jordanian source told Middle East Eye.

    http://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/2...nian-president

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    Quote Originally Posted by DutchClogCyborg View Post
    What much of the West is tragically unaware of, with major policy implications, is the difference between Fatah and the PLO as they address their Arabic-speaking audience and Fatah and the PLO as they address their Western audiences. And still, people blame Israel for the stalemate in the "peace process."

    "Abbas greets newly released Palestinian prisoners: You are freedom fighters," from Haaretz, October 18
    That is october 2011.
    And we all know what that Jew apartheid nation is up to. Their way was to punish the civilian population by blowing up power plants. Collective punishment is such a war crime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by notme View Post
    That is october 2011.
    And we all know what that Jew apartheid nation is up to. Their way was to punish the civilian population by blowing up power plants. Collective punishment is such a war crime.
    So (*)(*)(*)(*)ing what? Did Hamas got kinder, gentler in 5 years?
    Rush Limbaugh: We are being governed by a giant mistake...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    So (*)(*)(*)(*)ing what? Did Hamas got kinder, gentler in 5 years?
    Did the Jew stop ethnic cleansing Arabs to thieve their land?

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    Quote Originally Posted by notme View Post
    Did the Jew stop ethnic cleansing Arabs to thieve their land?
    Have Palestinian apologists and Israel haters got any smarter?
    Rush Limbaugh: We are being governed by a giant mistake...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    Have Palestinian apologists and Israel haters got any smarter?
    Yes one of them is me...
    These miscreants, marauders, assassins would not have returned to the streets of Israel, they would have been shown the door out... and no return!
    JUDEA - SAMARIA and the GOLAN are clear and unquestionably JEWISH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    Have Palestinian apologists and Israel haters got any smarter?
    Have the Jews lost terrain internationally with their quest in ethnic cleansing and thieving from the people they are oppressing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by notme View Post
    Have the Jews lost terrain internationally with their quest in ethnic cleansing and thieving from the people they are oppressing?
    Yes... the <MILLION> Jews of the Arab countries were the ones oppressed, dispossessed, mercilessly beaten, in <concentration camps> of El Toureh and Abu Zaabal, others were executed in their Ghetto, disenfranchised, lost their jobs, their children thrown out of school, their home, Bank Account and Real Estate <CONFISCATED>...

    Now it is the turn of the Christians of the Arab countries where their lives is in Jeopardy... Where are the Lebanese and Syrian Christians today while Christian churches and Christian homes are burning in Egypt?

    The Arabs of Israel are living in a Jewish Paradise and you have the unmitigated gall to mention <ethnic cleansing>????? Shame oh shame...
    JUDEA - SAMARIA and the GOLAN are clear and unquestionably JEWISH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HBendor View Post
    Yes... the <MILLION> Jews of the Arab countries were the ones oppressed, dispossessed, mercilessly beaten
    Oh spare me the tears. Really.
    Arab countries either refused to let Jews leave their countries and/or demanded they sign documents to denounce they are Zionists and willing to serve their own country. Upon refusing to sign those documents, they basically admitted to high treason, so hence don't go complain bad things happen to people who commit high treason. While Israel was behind Jews leaving their homeland to go elsewhere. Israel even got busted with placing bombs against the Egyptian Jewish population to make them flee out of the country. Iraqi Jews got busted with doing the same thing.

    The Arabs of Israel are living in a Jewish Paradise
    They are living in a very violent Jewish country where they are treated 2nd class all the time. A country that has as ungoing policy to ethnic cleanse Arabs for the sake to enlarge their Jew nation.
    Last edited by notme; May 29 2016 at 03:02 PM.

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