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  • PLO Demands Release of Abu Abbas, Achille Lauro Hijacker

    04/16/2003 6:55:23 AM PDT · by Piranha · 161 replies · 433+ views
    The Jerusalem Post ^ | April 16, 2003
    The man known as Abu Abbas, whose name actually is Mohammed Abbas, was arrested by US commandos during a raid Monday night on the southern outskirts of Baghdad. He had been convicted in absentia in an Italian court for the Achille Lauro hijacking and sentenced to life in prison in 1986, but never served any time. During the hijacking, American Leon Klinghoffer, 69, was shot in his wheelchair and tossed overboard. The hijacking ended with the militants surrendering to Egyptian authorities. "Justice will be served," said Marine Maj. Brad Bartelt, a spokesman for US Central Command in Qatar. However, the...
  • Into the fray: Israel’s loony, lethal Left

    06/20/2014 12:54:30 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 11 replies
    Jerusalem Post ^ | 06/19/2014 22:55 | Martin Sherman
    Since signing the Oslo agreement in 1993, Israel has made a series of astounding concessions, which did nothing but produce further Palestinian demands for even more far-reaching concessions. Indeed, as Jonathan Tobin rightly points out (Commentary, June, 16), the claim that “Israelis have blocked all other paths for the Palestinians except violence…is, to put it bluntly, a lie. It is the Palestinian Arabs who have consistently and repeatedly rejected offers of peace and statehood…” In an opinion piece “Terror apologists blame Israel for abduction”, Yedioth Aharonot’s Ben Dror Yemini, echoed Tobin’s assessment. …
  • Israeli Deputy Minister Calls to “Annul the Oslo Accords”

    09/21/2013 8:08:51 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 3 replies
    INN ^ | 9/21/2013, 11:05 PM | Ari Soffer
    Israel’s Deputy Defense Minister has called on the Israeli government to “annul the Oslo Accords,” and adopt an alternative to the much-touted “Two State Solution” which would see the establishment of a Palestinian Arab state in Judea, Samaria and Gaza. In an op-ed for the New York Times, MK Danny Danon insists that, twenty years after the signing of the Accords between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, “The government of Israel must admit that we made a mistake and declare that the Oslo process has failed.” …
  • Peres: I Don’t Regret the Oslo Accords

    04/15/2013 3:24:31 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 3 replies
    INN ^ | 4/16/2013, 12:16 AM | Elad Benari
    President Shimon Peres said on Monday that he does not regret the Oslo Accords, despite the fact that their signing brought about hundreds of Israeli victims who were killed in terror attacks.Speaking in an interview with the Walla website, on the occasion of Israel’s 65th Independence Day, Peres said that terrorist attacks against Jews had taken place long before the signing of the Oslo Accords. “There were terror victims before the Oslo Accords. Before the Accords there was only one Palestinian camp and that camp supported terrorism. Now we have two camps, and one camp is against terrorism and in...
  • Israeli Settlements: Distorting the Geneva Convention & Oslo Accords

    01/06/2011 1:31:52 AM PST · by jerusalemjudy · 3 replies
    Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs ^ | January 3, 2011 | Alan Baker
    Palestinian representatives at the UN have prepared a draft resolution that will seek to declare that Israeli settlements are "illegal and constitute a major obstacle to the achievement of peace." The issue of the legality of Israel's settlements policy has long been a central issue on the agenda of the international community. It is claimed that settlements are a violation of the Fourth Geneva Convention Relative to the Protection of Civilians (1949). But both the text of that convention, and the post-World War II circumstances under which it was drafted, clearly indicate that it was never intended to refer to...
  • Oct. Marks 10 Years to 'Ramalla lynch' FACE OF ARAB-ISLAMIC "Palestine" ANIMALISM! (caution graphic)

    07/28/2010 11:19:07 AM PDT · by PRePublic · 23 replies · 4+ views
    THE TRUE FACE OF ARAB-ISLAMIC "Palestine" ANIMALISM!The day the world witnessed animalism on display, shameless inhumane revelations, by "average" Arab-Palestinians & their official police. * Two Israelis are nabbed --as they lost their way-- by the "Palestinian" Police who beat them brutally. * They then handed over the men to a mob to lynch, while they watch the scene. * One "proud" Arab-Muslim “hero” had his hands covered in the blood of the Israelis and waved in a bragging manner through the window to the larger crowd anxiously waiting in the public square. (* They were put on military clothes...
  • The two-state solution is dead. Long live what?

    07/25/2010 5:01:41 AM PDT · by tedbel · 20 replies · 1+ views
    Israpundit ^ | JULY 25/10 | Ted Belman
    Before delving into the question of what follows the death of the two-state solution we must get a certificate of death. This may prove to be more difficult than getting a certificate of live birth for President Obama. Everyone prefers to kick a dead horse, so to speak, than to acknowledge it is dead. The Arabs were against the creation of Israel in the first place. They opposed the Palestine Mandate, The Partition Plan, The Declaration of Independence by Israel and Resolution 242. In 1968 they decided at the Khartoum Conference on the three “no’s”; no recognition, no negotiation and...
  • The Palestinians Left Our Sympathy in Norway

    11/11/2006 5:42:12 AM PST · by PurpleMountains · 2 replies · 196+ views
    From Sea to Shining Sea ^ | 11/11/06 | Purple Mountains
    Let?s review a little history and make reference to the Oslo Accords, an agreement ?brokered by Norway after months of secret negotiations between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) in 1993. By its terms, Israel and the PLO recognized each other. The PLO renounced terrorism, and Israel agreed to withdraw its military and civil authorities from the Gaza Strip and the West Bank town of Jericho, granting self-rule to Palestinians in these areas and a lesser degree of self-rule to other parts of the Occupied Territories.? From Wikipedia Once the Oslo Accords were signed, they were followed by their...
  • Ancient Synagogue Discovered in Ramallah Area

    02/07/2006 5:15:26 AM PST · by SJackson · 21 replies · 1,039+ views
    Arutz Sheva ^ | Feb 07, '06 | Scott Shiloh
    Three weeks ago, Israeli police found a mosaic floor in an Arab car. The Antiquities Authority has confirmed that the floor be belongs to a previously undiscovered synagogue in the Ramallah area. Researchers from the Israeli Antiquities Authority believe that the mosaic formed part of an ancient synagogue floor because it contained depictions of Jewish symbols, such as the base of a menorah (a seven branched candelabrum), a lulav (palm branch), and dates. Another, no less interesting feature of the mosaic, are the words “Shalom (peace) on Israel” which are inscribed on it. At first, researchers thought the thieves had...
  • Clinton's Israel "Piece" Plan (Joseph Farah On Oslo Godfather's Phony Peace Push Alert)

    11/15/2005 12:16:20 AM PST · by goldstategop · 18 replies · 697+ views ^ | 11/15/05 | Joseph Farah
    It's not bad enough that the Israelis evacuated peaceful civilians from the Gaza Strip because the proposed new government there cannot stomach the idea of any Jews living in their country. Now Bill Clinton says Jews should send financial aid and technology to their anti-Semitic terrorist enemies there. That's what the former U.S. president told a group in Jerusalem gathered to mark the 10th anniversary of the assassination of Israel Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin last weekend. Clinton also referred to the Oslo peace process – by any standard a total and abject failure – "our best chance for a lasting...
  • What the World Should Know about Israel's Withdrawal from the Gaza Strip

    08/22/2005 11:46:12 AM PDT · by anotherview · 29 replies · 1,065+ views
    GLORIA Center (IDC Herzliya) ^ | 22 August 2005 | Barry Rubin
    What the World Should Know about Israel's Withdrawal from the Gaza Strip By Barry Rubin August 22, 2005 To withdraw from the Gaza Strip has been the most painful decision made by an Israeli government and the most traumatic political event for the country's people in decades. Indeed, such a voluntary relinquishment of territory captured in an ongoing war is virtually unprecedented in history. The choice to take this step was made by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon from a belief that it would promote peace. Sharon's real positions since becoming prime minister in 2001 stand in sharp contrast to...
  • The great pretense

    06/29/2005 5:07:14 AM PDT · by SJackson · 2 replies · 237+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | 6-27-05 | BARRY RUBIN
    Though few in the West understand this and fewer will admit it, peace is as far away as it was in 1993. The current situation of Israel and Israeli-Palestinian negotiations can only be described as bizarre. But understanding future events requires accurately describing what exists now. ** It is in the interests of pretty much everyone to pretend there is a real chance for a peace agreement and that there is progress. The reality is deadlock, with the Palestinian leadership incapable of making a treaty to end the conflict. ** Mahmoud Abbas's strategy seeks to reconcile radical rivals rather than...

    11/12/2004 7:47:21 AM PST · by OESY · 3 replies · 402+ views
    New York Post ^ | November 12, 2004 | AMIR TAHERI
    ...At the Madrid Peace Conference of 1992, the world discovered a new Palestinian leadership... voices of wisdom and moderation. ...[T]he Israeli delegation, notably... Shamir and... Netanyahu, felt in the face of a Palestinian leadership that could not be branded "terrorist" or "extremist." The Palestinians who had come... lived in Palestine and, because of their work as teachers, lawyers and doctors, were in daily contact with their people. They were not professional "liberators".... They did not want the Palestinian people to kill and die so that Arab despots could silence their own people in the name of the Palestinian "cause."... Talking...
  • Carter slams Israel, Bush in Geneva speech

    12/01/2003 11:56:56 AM PST · by white trash redneck · 93 replies · 4,386+ views
    J Post ^ | 1 dec 03 | GIL HOFFMAN
    Former US President Jimmy Carter unleashed a fierce attack against the Israeli and American governments in his speech at the Geneva Initiative's ceremony in Switzerland. Carter, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, blamed US President George W. Bush for anti-American sentiment and worldwide terror. "Bush's inordinate support for Israel allows the Palestinians to suffer," Carter said. "This is a source of anti-American sentiment in the world and encourages terror." Carter said Israel's settlements in the West Bank and Gaza Strip and the security fence are the main obstacles to peace. He called repeatedly for the return of Palestinian refugees to the...
  • Oslo - Sept. 13, 1993: The victims

    09/10/2003 5:54:53 AM PDT · by SJackson · 4 replies · 259+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | 9-10-03 | Michael Freund
    At the root of the accords lay a mix of defeatism, despair and gloom - and a government that was prepared to forsake our patrimony Israeli police are on high alert, Palestinian terrorists have been firing mortar rounds at Ashkelon and Gush Katif, people are afraid to ride the buses, and Hamas is promising more violence. Welcome to this week's 10th anniversary of the signing of the Oslo Accords. When Yitzhak Rabin and Yasser Arafat reached across the White House Lawn and shook hands back on September 13, 1993, guided toward each other by a beaming Bill Clinton, those in...
  • Palestinians say Clinton signed amnesty for Abbas

    04/18/2003 6:40:37 PM PDT · by truthandlife · 69 replies · 274+ views
    World Tribune ^ | 3/18/03
    The Palestinian Authority has launched a campaign for the release of a Palestinian terrorist captured in Iraq. PA Local Authorities Minister Saeb Erekat said the arrest of Abul Abbas, head of the Palestine Liberation Front, violates the 1995 accord with Israel that granted amnesty for all Palestinian insurgents. Erekat said the agreement was also signed by then-President Bill Clinton. "The Palestinian-Israeli interim agreement signed on September 28, 1995 stated that members of the Palestine Liberation Organization must not be detained or tried for matters they committed before the Oslo peace accord of September 13, 1993," Erekat said. "This interim agreement...

    05/09/2002 5:00:24 AM PDT · by SJackson · 1 replies · 214+ views
    5-9-02 | Dr. Aaron Lerner
    Below is the full text of the proposed agreement between Hamas and the Palestine National Authority as it was published in the Egyptian Al-Ahram Weekly on September 20, 1995. According to Al-Ahram, a copy of the agreement was presented last month to the spiritual leader of the Hamas movement, Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, inside his jail in Israel. An informed Palestinian source told Al Ahram Weekly that Sheikh Yassin has accepted the document in principle, expressing, however, the demand that more "religious fragrance" be added. Please note that paragraph (3) of the agreement respects "the commitments of the Palestinian Liberation Organization...