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'American training will be utilized to kill Jews'
| Aaron Klein
Posted on 10/02/2009 3:48:09 AM PDT by Man50D
NORTHERN WEST BANK Training received at current American-run courses for Palestinian militia men will likely be utilized in the not too distant future to kill Israelis, U.S.-trained Palestinian gunmen told WND in an exclusive, in-person interview this week.
WND met seven members of the Palestinian Authority security forces who recently received training at U.S.-run bases as part of a stated effort to reform the PA's militias. All seven of the interview subjects formerly were leaders of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades terrorist group; some are suspected of still being involved with Brigades activities. They were all granted amnesty by Israel as part of a gesture to bolster PA President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah organization against Hamas.
The meeting took place at a restaurant in a northern West Bank city that had been known as one of several major strongholds of the Brigades, the declared military wing of Fatah responsible for scores of suicide bombings and deadly shootings against Israeli civilians.
The pardoned gunmen agreed to speak on condition their names be withheld and that WND does not print the name of the city in which the meeting took place, citing concerns over their current jobs in the PA's U.S.-backed security forces.
Some of the men present are notorious Brigades members.
Asked immediately why they agreed to be interviewed, one former Brigades leader replied, "Because we know people call us Dayton's poodles, and we want everyone to know that in the next intifada we will be the leaders."
"All the trainings we received from Dayton and company will not affect our loyalty to our people and the resistance," said the former Brigades leader.
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
TOPICS: News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: israel; jews; plo; terrorists
posted on 10/02/2009 3:48:09 AM PDT
What we received from Dayton, we will use when the day comes for a confrontation."
"I do not think that the operations of the Palestinian resistance would have been so
successful and would have killed more than 1,000 Israelis since 2000 and defeated the
Israelis in Gaza without these [American] trainings," said Yousuf.
Yousuf received U.S. training in Jericho in 1999 as a member of the Preventative
Security Services. He is a Brigades chief in Ramallah, where he is accused of
participating in anti-Israel terrorism, including recent shootings, attacks against Israeli
forces operating in the city and a shooting attack in northern Samaria in December 2000
that killed Benyamin Kahane, leader of the ultranationalist Kahane Chai organization.
Yousuf said his American training sessions were instrumental in killing Jews:
"All the methods and techniques that we studied in these trainings, we applied them against the Israelis," he said.
"We sniped at Israeli settlers and soldiers. We broke into settlements and Israeli army
bases and posts. We collected information on the movements of soldiers and settlers. We
collected information about the best timing to infiltrate our bombers inside Israel. We
used weapons and we produced explosives, and of course the trainings we received from
the Americans and the Europeans were a great help to the resistance."
"I myself received American trainings in Jericho. Together with my Preventative
comrades, I received trainings in intelligence methods and military trainings," he said. "In
the intelligence part, we learned collection of information regarding suspected persons,
how to follow suspected guys, how to infiltrate organizations and penetrate cells of
groups that we were working on and how to prevent attacks and to steal in places.
"On the military level, we received trainings on the use of weapons, all kind of weapons
and explosives," Yousuf said. "We received sniping trainings, work of special units
especially as part of what they call the fight against terror. We learned how to put siege,
how to break into places where our enemies closed themselves in, how to oppress protest
movements, demonstrations and other activities of opposition.
"I'm just telling you the truth," he said. "We applied against Israel all that we learned
from the Americans."
posted on 10/02/2009 4:28:09 AM PDT
("Those who go below the surface do so at their peril" - Oscar Wilde)
How does the US get into these areas to “train”?
Why does Israel allow it?
What a load!
posted on 10/02/2009 5:29:16 AM PDT
it’s NOT a load.
Google the name Keith Dayton, and become informed
about this highly risky and danger-laden waste of money
with possibly catastrophic consequences we are currently
undertaking. See how our lone OPENLY Muslim Congressman,
Keith Ellison, got himself into a forum where Dayton discusses our program with the Palestinian Authority and this “training program”. Then remember not so long ago hearing about something like 90 billion dollars we were sending of US Taxpayer money to this area, and realize that this was probably where it was headed.
posted on 10/02/2009 7:29:56 AM PDT
(The squeaky wheel doesn't always get the grease. Sometimes it gets replaced.)
This is why we don’t train our enemies. If they cause problems, turn them to glass. When they start to cause problems again, turn them to glass.
This “you killed our citizens, so we’re going to come kill a few of your bad guys, then train the other bad guys how to kill better, and build schools and roads and dams, just so you can get better at killing us the next time” doesn’t work for me.
We need to make war nasty so they don’t want to do it anymore.
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posted on 10/03/2009 8:04:43 AM PDT
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