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  • Obama won't deal with Hamas, 'Jerusalem Post' told

    01/10/2009 12:50:51 PM PST · by Free America52 · 12 replies · 507+ views
    Jersualem Post ^ | 01/10/2008 | Free America
    The incoming Obama administration will not abandon US President George W. Bush's doctrine of isolating Hamas, the chief national security spokesperson of the Obama transition team has told The Jerusalem Post. The next US president will not break the policy of isolating Hamas, an Obama spokesperson told The Jerusalem Post. US President-elect Barack Obama "has repeatedly stated that he believes that Hamas is a terrorist organization dedicated to Israel's destruction, and that we should not deal with them until they recognize Israel, renounce violence, and abide by past agreements," said Brooke Anderson in a statement to the Post.
  • Abbas: Israel Must Accept Egyptian Plan to End Gaza Fighting (Or what?)

    01/10/2009 5:01:42 PM PST · by tobyhill · 13 replies · 551+ views
    fox news ^ | 1/10/2009 | fox news
    The Palestinian Authority president urged both Israel and Hamas to agree to an Egypt-brokered truce Saturday, but he singled out the Jewish state, saying it would be responsible for a "waterfall of blood" if it didn't accept the deal. Mahmoud Abbas is in Cairo Saturday for talks with Egyptian officials on a truce to end the fighting in the Gaza Strip, now in its 15th day. In a news conference Saturday in Cairo after meeting with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Mahmoud Abbas also stressed that there was no time to waste in ending the bloodshed in Gaza, home to 1.4...
  • No tears for Hamas leader in Ramallah

    01/01/2009 9:23:45 PM PST · by Uncle Miltie · 12 replies · 736+ views
    The Jerusalem Post ^ | Jan 2, 2009 | KHALED ABU TOAMEH
    Nizar Rayyan, the Hamas military commander who was killed in Thursday's air raid on his home in the Jabalya refugee camp, was a sworn enemy not only of Israel, but also of the Palestinian Authority and its president, Mahmoud Abbas. Rayyan, who had four wives and a dozen children, led the Hamas militiamen who defeated Abbas's security forces in the Gaza Strip in the summer of 2007. He is the third most senior Hamas leader to be killed by Israel, after the targeted killings of Hamas founder Sheikh Ahmed Yassin in March 2004 and his successor, Abdel Aziz Rantisi, a...
  • PA leader 'begged'Israel to hit Hamas

    12/28/2008 12:48:15 PM PST · by RobinMasters · 15 replies · 1,043+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | December 27, 2008 | Aaron Klein
    JAFFA, Israel – Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and his office today slammed as "barbaric" and "unnecessary" Israel's air strikes in Gaza, but according to top diplomatic sources in Jerusalem, Abbas for months now has been petitioning Israel to launch a massive military raid against his Hamas rivals in Gaza. The sources, speaking to WND on condition of anonymity, said Abbas and his top representatives have waged a quiet campaign for months asking the Israeli government to target Hamas in Gaza just before his term in office is scheduled to expire on Jan. 9. Hamas leaders have repeatedly warned they...
  • Indoctrinating Palestinian Children to Genocidal Hate

    12/22/2008 1:51:12 AM PST · by Cindy · 8 replies · 573+ views
    FRONTPAGE ^ | Monday, December 22, 2008 | Manfred Gerstenfeld
    In both the Palestinian Authority and the Hamas-ruled territory of Gaza there are carefully planned widespread campaigns of incitement of children. These lead to Palestinian children aspiring to be involved in terrorist actions. The following interview with the psychiatrist and pathologist Dr. Daphne Burdman examines the strongly held cultural beliefs that engender this incitement. Burdman was assistant clinical professor of pathology at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. army MG: Can you tell us briefly how the process of incitement works? DB: In both the Palestinian Authority and the Hamas-ruled...
  • Fund The Palestinians? Bad Idea (Daniel Pipes: Funding Palestinians Encourages Extremism Alert)

    12/17/2007 9:53:01 PM PST · by goldstategop · 13 replies · 188+ views ^ | 12/18/2007 | Daniel Pipes
    Lavishing funds on Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestinian Authority to achieve peace has been a mainstay of Western, including Israeli, policy since Hamas seized Gaza in June. But this open spigot has counterproductive results and urgently must be stopped. Some background: Paul Morro of the Congressional Research Service reports that, in 2006, the European Union and its member states gave US$815 million to the Palestinian Authority, while the United States sent it $468 million. When other donors are included, the total receipts come to about $1.5 billion. The windfall keeps growing. President George W. Bush requested a $410 million supplement...
  • Muslim Anti-Jewish Crusade Also Pursues Christians

    04/17/2007 9:01:46 PM PDT · by fishhound · 3 replies · 572+ views
    Arutz Sheva Isreali National News ^ | April 18, '07 | Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu
    ( Muslim fundamentalists, aligned with Al Qaeda, bombed a Christian bookstore and two Internet cafes in Gaza on Saturday following previous attacks on churches as part of its religious crusade to replace the secular Fatah faction. The "Sword of Islam" terrorist group took responsibility for the bombings of Internet cafes and music stores, which they consider an offense to the Muslim religion because they represent Western society. The same group has issued warnings to Gaza women not to hang out in Internet cafes. The Swords of Islam has bombed more than a dozen Internet cafes in several weeks and destroyed...
  • Genetic disorders in the Arab world

    11/24/2006 9:24:43 AM PST · by AdmSmith · 121 replies · 4,074+ views
    British Medical Journal ^ | October 21, 2006 | Lihadh Al-Gazali, Hanan Hamamy, Shaikha Al-Arrayad
    Available data suggest that genetic and congenital disorders are more common in Arab countries than in industrialised countries; recessively inherited disorders account for a substantial proportion of physical and mental handicap. Several factors may contribute to the high prevalence of genetically determined disorders: High consanguinity rates 25-60% of all marriages are consanguineous, and the rate of first cousin marriages is high. In addition, isolated subpopulations with a high level of inbreeding exist. Furthermore, in many parts of the Arab world the society is still tribal. This has made the epidemiology of genetic disorders complicated, as many families and tribal groups...
  • IDF tank shells kill 18 Palestinians in Gaza Strip ("Massacre"?)

    11/07/2006 11:17:42 PM PST · by Nextrush · 27 replies · 1,395+ views
    Haaretz ^ | 11/08/2006 | Avi Issacharoff/Amos Harel/Staff/NewsAgencies
    Israel Defense Forces tank shells struck houses in the northern Gaza Strip early Wednesday, killing at least 18 Palestinians and wounding dozens of others. According to witnesses, the 18 victims, most of them women and children, died in their sleep. Khaled Radi, a Palestinian Health Ministry official, said all the dead were civilians. He said seven children and four women were among the dead. Radi also said a least 40 more were wounded, all civilians. Four hospitals are treating the wounded across Gaza. The Israeli military said it was not immediately aware of any shells being fired in the area....
  • Palestinians Demand Arab Involvement

    07/18/2006 12:01:23 PM PDT · by rrstar96 · 51 replies · 1,426+ views
    The Jerusalem Post ^ | July 18, 2006 | Khaled Abu Toameh
    Enraged by the failure of the Arab countries to help Hizbullah and Hamas in their confrontation with Israel, one of the major Palestinian militias announced on Tuesday that it had recruited dozens of women to join the fight against Israel. Dressed in military fatigue and armed with rocket-propelled grenades and Kalashnikov rifles, the women were sent to march in the streets of Gaza City, chanting slogans in support of Hizbullah and Hamas and calling on all Arabs and Muslims to launch a war against Israel. Some of the women fired into the air as they passed near the offices of...
  • Bombs' Sway - The Palestinian Authority prescribes the death penalty for eating falafel.

    04/19/2006 11:40:30 PM PDT · by neverdem · 6 replies · 509+ views
    Reason ^ | April 19, 2006 | Jacob Sullum
    The day after I visited my niece in Tel Aviv, a young man named Sami Hamad blew himself up at a restaurant there. I had no particular reason to think my niece was anywhere near Mayor's Falafel at 1:30 p.m., but I called her anyway, just to make sure. She was on her way to a concert in Jerusalem. Others calls that day resulted not in reassurance but in concern escalating to panic and culminating in grief. Hamad, who was from the West Bank village of al-Gharakah, killed nine people who were working in the restaurant, waiting in line for...
  • Russia: Hamas may support 'road map'

    03/08/2006 10:04:55 AM PST · by Crackingham · 1 replies · 237+ views
    Daily Star ^ | 3/8/6
    Russia said Tuesday that Hamas could consider supporting the "road map" as well as a land-for-peace Arab proposal, while President Mahmoud Abbas said that he opposed the creation of a Palestinian state with temporary borders and further unilateral withdrawals. Stepping up pressure on Hamas, Israeli leaders warned they'd assassinate the incoming Palestinian prime minister and other Hamas politicians if the Islamic group resumes attacks. With Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice at his side, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov defended Russia's invitation to Hamas to visit Moscow, saying it was important that the Quartet position be conveyed directly to the Palestinian...
  • 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...
  • Jimmy Carter: At Least Hamas Isn't Corrupt [ Barf Alert ]

    01/29/2006 9:43:24 PM PST · by george76 · 140 replies · 5,438+ views
    The New Media Journal ^ | January 28, 2006 | Jim Kouri
    When asked by the media for his thoughts on the Hamas triumph in the Palestinian parliamentary elections, former President Jimmy Carter replied that while they have a terrorist past, at least they're not corrupt. One of the complaints by many in the Middle East was the corruption within the Palestinian Authority and Yasser Arafat's Fatah Party. Arafat himself squirreled away millions of dollars from aid packages that were intended to help the Palestinian people. However, Carter's comment appears to dismiss the years of death and destruction perpetrated by Hamas on the Jewish State. One of the first statements made by...
  • Fatah officials say Hamas won PA elections

    01/25/2006 11:21:38 PM PST · by HAL9000 · 108 replies · 3,173+ views (Excerpt) ^ | January 26, 2006 | Amos Harel, Arnon Regular and Amira Hass
    Excerpt - Officials in the ruling Fatah Party said Thursday that Hamas captured a majority of seats in Palestinian legislative elections, shortly after the militant group claimed victory. The Fatah officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said they expected Hamas to win about 70 seats, which would give the Islamists a majority in the 132-seat parliament. They spoke on condition of anonymity because counting in some districts was continuing. [snip]
  • Top Labor politician defects to Sharon's new party

    11/24/2005 4:46:48 AM PST · by Crackingham · 3 replies · 394+ views
    Daily Star ^ | 11/24/5
    A prominent politician from the moderate Labor Party joined Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's new party Wednesday, the first such defection, adding impetus to a movement that could break a decades-long electoral stalemate over peace policies. The move by Cabinet minister without portfolio Haim Ramon came hours after President Moshe Katsav signed a decree for the dissolution of Parliament, paving the way for a general election on March 28. For procedural reasons, the order will only take effect on December 8. Sharon will stay on as prime minister until elections and should have a free hand to change his Cabinet before...
  • Al-Qaida raises its head in Gaza

    10/09/2005 7:20:35 PM PDT · by Paul_Denton · 4 replies · 252+ views
    Has al-Qaida started operating in the Gaza Strip? A leaflet distributed in Khan Yunis over the weekend by al-Qaida's "Palestine branch" announced that the terrorist group has begun working towards uniting the Muslims under one Islamic state. "The Muslim nation has been subjected, through various periods, to conspiracies by the infidels," the leaflet said. "[The infidels] have brought down the Islamic Caliphate, dividing the nation into small and weak states. They also managed to dilute the Islamic and character of the nation."
  • Palestinian parliament sets no-confidence vote on Gaza chaos

    09/19/2005 10:16:12 AM PDT · by SmithL · 11 replies · 331+ views
    Reuters ^ | 9/19
    The Palestinian parliament will debate a no-confidence motion against the government next week for failing to quell a wave of chaos in Gaza spurred by Israel's withdrawal, a legislator said on Monday. If passed the motion would force Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas to name a new cabinet and heighten pressure on him to impose order in Gaza - seen as a proving ground for Palestinian hopes of statehood - in the run-up to long-delayed parliamentary elections set for January. Sixteen lawmakers, many from Abbas' Fatah movement, submitted a request last week to hold such a vote on September 26,...
  • Palestinian Authority executes four men

    06/12/2005 12:45:40 PM PDT · by SmithL · 4 replies · 246+ views
    AP ^ | 6/12/5 | NAJIB ABU JOBEIN
    GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - Palestinian authorities carried out their first executions since 2002 on Sunday, killing four convicted murderers in a campaign meant to halt a growing wave of lawlessness but which drew swift condemnation from human rights groups. The executions reflected the tough challenge that Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas faces as he tries to impose law and order in the Palestinian areas. Abbas has made public order a top priority, but his forces have been severely weakened by internal rivalries, a lack of resources and years of fighting with Israel. Despite Abbas' efforts to revamp his security forces,...
  • US Intelligence Takeover of Palestinian Authority (Debka)

    03/17/2005 6:05:46 PM PST · by AKSurprise · 5 replies · 286+ views
    DEBKAfile ^ | 03/14/05 | DEBKAfile
    "Bush and his secretary of state Condoleezza Rice will not be impressed by any legalistic quibbling or the national controversy polarizing Israel. What the Bush administration is after is swift action without further procrastination. Administration leaders seem to be treating Israel’s pull-back from the Gaza Strip and West Bank in the same spirit as their insistence on complete Syrian military withdrawal from Lebanon. It is possible to conjure up a grand design charted by the Bush administration to simultaneously squeeze Israel and Syria into sharply constricted molds sized by its perception of the two nations’ true dimensions." "Lt. Gen William...
  • Crisis in Palestinian Authority

    02/21/2005 3:30:03 PM PST · by SmithL · 7 replies · 431+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | 2/21/5 | KHALED ABU TOAMEH
    A crisis erupted in the Palestinian Authority on Monday when Palestinian legislators attacked Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei, accusing him of retaining corrupt ministers and including only a few new faces in his new cabinet. Qurei was supposed to present the new lineup to the Palestinian Legislative Council on Monday for approval. However, the vote was delayed until Tuesday following a stormy debate during which many legislators threatened to vote against the proposed cabinet. "The government represented by the minister of the interior is committed to paying utmost sincerity and seriousness to the issue of security. We are determined to go...
  • Victor Davis Hanson: Unsung Victories, The effects of American policy throughout the Middle East

    02/18/2005 5:46:25 AM PST · by Tolik · 12 replies · 860+ views
    NRO ^ | 2/18/2004 | Victor Davis Hanson
                        We’re seeing signs of freedom throughout the Middle East. Unsung VictoriesThe effects of American policy throughout the Middle East are gradually being felt. Last week, Mr. Abbas ordered the ruins of Yasir Arafat's Gaza headquarters cleared away. The Israelis had destroyed the building in 2002, and Mr. Arafat had kept the ruins as a kind of memorial. Suddenly, in a day, it was gone." — New York Times, Sunday, February 13, 2005. In the war against the Islamic fascists and their supporters there have been a number of unheralded victories that have played some role in changing the landscape of...
  • Abbas integrates Al-Aqsa Brigades into Palestinian Authority security forces

    01/17/2005 1:59:14 AM PST · by HAL9000 · 6 replies · 388+ views
    Abbas integrates brigades Al-Aqsa in the services of safety The president of the Palestinian Authority ordered the integration of the brigades of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs within the Palestinian services of safety, indicated to Monday a person in charge for these services. "The decision was taken to integrate the members of the brigades of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs in the Palestinian services of safety. Abou Mazen (name of war of Mahmoud Abbas) required of us to make it as quickly as possible ", declared with the AFP this person in charge under cover for anonymity.
  • Fighting for the wrong freedom

    12/03/2004 2:12:01 PM PST · by yonif · 3 replies · 334+ views
    College Voice via my website ^ | December 4, 2004 | Yoni Freeman
    <p>Many organizations who say they struggle for peace and justice operate in areas being affected by the fighting between Israel and Islamic terrorists every day. These are entities which, among other things, hold dear to themselves the rights of women, children, journalists, minority, ethnic, religious groups and gays. The fact of the matter is that they fight for none of these people. Point of fact, they do not advocate peace but advocate war on the human rights of these mentioned groups of Palestinian Arabs – war continued not by Israel, but by the Palestinian Authority (PA).</p>
  • Is Columbia University taking secret money from the PLO?*

    11/19/2003 8:14:46 AM PST · by pabianice · 3 replies · 242+ views
    Campus Watch | 11/19/03 | Harris
    Secrets, Donors and the Edward Said Chair Columbia University’s newly established Edward Said Chair in Middle East Studies is noteworthy for several reasons. The position is named for the recently deceased professor best known for his defense of Palestinian “resistence.” And Rashid Khalidi, an overt supporter of Palestinian violence and – according to a just-published biography of Yasir Arafat from Oxford University Press – a former PLO press spokesman[i], has joined Columbia to fill the post. But there is something even more objectionable about this chair: It is anonymously endowed and Columbia University – perhaps against the law – refuses...
  • Arafat successor al-Qaida sympathizer

    11/20/2004 12:26:47 PM PST · by wagglebee · 16 replies · 1,451+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 11/20/04 | WorldNetDaily
    The new leader of the ruling Fatah movement is an al-Qaida sympathizer with close ties to such terrorist sponsors as Iran and Syria. Farouq Qaddumi is largely unknown to the 3 million Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. He hasn't stepped foot in these areas for nearly 40 years. But Qaddumi represents powerful Middle East countries, including Iran and Syria, which regard him as a means to expand their foothold in the Palestinian Authority. For the last 30 years Qaddumi has headed the Palestinian Liberation Organization Foreign Affairs Department. He has made it clear that he sees terrorism...
  • World Bank establishes aid fund for Palestinians [aid to the Palestinian Authority terrorist regime]

    04/27/2004 3:54:43 PM PDT · by yonif · 16 replies · 166+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | Apr. 27, 2004 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
    The World Bank announced Tuesday that it was establishing a fund to aid the cash-strapped Palestinian Authority. In a news release, the World Bank said the "Public Financial Management Reform Trust Fund" was set up with the aim of "sustaining public services in the face of a severe fiscal crisis." More than three years of Mideast violence have devastated the Palestinian economy, but donors are wary of contributing additional funds to the Palestinian Authority, charging widespread corruption and inefficiency. The current Palestinian budget has a huge shortfall, and without foreign aid, payrolls will not be met, Palestinian officials warn. Palestinian...
  • PA sermon: take revenge against the United States and Israel

    04/20/2004 5:06:04 PM PDT · by yonif · 1 replies · 205+ views
    IMRA ^ | April 20, 2004 | FBIS
    Gaza Palestine Satellite Channel Television in Arabic, official television station of the Palestinian Authority, and Gaza Voice of Palestine in Arabic -- Second Program -- official radio station of the Palestinian Authority broadcasting from Gaza -- at 0950 GMT on 16 April 2004 carry a 25-minute live sermon from Shaykh Zayid Mosque in Gaza. Shaykh Ibrahim al-Mudayris delivers the sermon. After praising God and His messenger, he says suffering leads to victory, citing relevant Koranic verses. Addressing Palestinians, he says 30 March is a national day for us "to declare loyalty to our land, our rights, and our brothers inside...
  • O God, show us a black day for Jews, Americans, their supporters; Jewish pigs and apes deserve death

    03/31/2004 8:34:17 AM PST · by SJackson · 28 replies · 674+ views
    IMRA ^ | 3-11-04
    PA sermon "O God, show us a black day for the Jews, the Americans, and their supporters" [FBIS (US Government service) Translated Excerpt] [With thanks to ] Gaza Palestine TV in Arabic, official television station of the Palestinian Authority, carries on 26 March 2004 at 0956 GMT a live sermon from Zayid Bin-Sultan Al Nuhayyan mosque in Gaza. Shaykh Ibrahim Mudayris delivers the sermon, which he begins by praising God for "turning the execution of Shaykh Ahmad Yasin into a new life for the Palestinian people and making his assassination a scandal for the alleged misfit state, Israel."...
  • Islamic Double-Standards

    01/22/2004 5:33:22 AM PST · by Theodore R. · 15 replies · 329+ views ^ | 01-22-04 | Farah, Joseph
    Islamic double-standards Posted: January 22, 2004 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2004 I've never been one to defend the French, but it seems to me Paris is getting a bit of a bad rap from the Islamic world these days. Muslims throughout France and around the world seem to have become fixated on the nation's decision to ban religious symbols in public schools – including the hijab, or head scarves worn by Muslim girls and women. There have been massive demonstrations and rallies around the globe over this "abuse of religious freedom." What I find so amazing about this story...
  • "Not My Job!" (Palestinian Prime Minister won't condemn terror attacks)

    01/15/2004 2:25:07 PM PST · by Prime Choice · 2 replies · 155+ views
    Sacred Cow Burgers ^ | 01/15/2004 | Sacred Cow Burgers
  • Mideast: Christian-free Zone?

    12/30/2003 5:06:05 AM PST · by Theodore R. · 4 replies · 135+ views ^ | 12-30-03 | Farah, Joseph
    Mideast: Christian-free zone? Posted: December 30, 2003 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2003 You saw the images on television this Christmas season –Israeli soldiers patrolling Bethlehem. You heard the Jews blamed for the unrest in the city of David – the birthplace of Jesus. This column is about what you didn't see or hear in those reports – something of an annual journalistic ritual. The Christian population of the Palestinian Authority, once representing 20 percent of the region, is down to 2.4 percent. There are fewer than 50,000 Christian Arabs living within the Palestinian Authority. In 1948, Bethlehem was 80...
  • US ME envoy: Israel did too little to translate intentions of aiding Palestinian reforms into deeds

    12/11/2003 7:46:04 PM PST · by yonif · 10 replies · 148+ views
    Haaretz News Ticker ^ | 12/12/2003 | Israel Radio
    US Midast envoy Sutterfield: Israel did too little to translate intentions of aiding Palestinian reforms into deeds (Israel Radio)
  • UNICEF's Ghoulish Tricks

    10/31/2003 10:20:23 AM PST · by joesnuffy · 4 replies · 135+ views
    National Post ^ | October 30/2003 | Lawrence Solomon
    UNICEF's ghoulish tricks by Lawrence Solomon On Halloween, children across North America will collect millions of dollars for UNICEF. That money, in turn, will do diverse deeds around the developing world, everything from feeding malnourished infants to teaching that free enterprise kills children to inspiring teens in the Middle East to become suicide bombers. UNICEF, like the little tykes that collect pennies for it each Halloween, is growing up. Once an apolitical do-gooder that shied away from controversy, UNICEF has matured to become a canny propagandist on hot-button issues. Parents who embrace UNICEF's political agenda can send their kids door-to-door...
  • Columnist Joseph Farah Examines "Real anti-Semitism"

    07/24/2003 7:07:35 AM PDT · by Theodore R. · 1 replies · 116+ views ^ | 07-24-03 | Farah, Joseph
    Real anti-Semitism Posted: July 24, 2003 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2003 Why is it that some Jewish leaders in the United States seem to be more concerned about non-existent anti-Semitism in Mel Gibson's new movie than the very real anti-Semitism expressed by the so-called "moderate" prime minister of the Palestinian Authority? Abraham Foxman, director of the Anti-Defamation League is on something of a one-man crusade against Mel Gibson's "The Passion," a reverential epic on the suffering death of Jesus Christ. Check out the ADL website if you think I'm exaggerating. At the same time, Mahmoud Abbas – Yasser Arafat's...
  • PA ( Palestinian Authority) paper makes racist, sexist remarks about Condoleeza Rice

    06/22/2003 3:39:25 PM PDT · by veronica · 36 replies · 1,592+ views
    Jpost ^ | Jun. 22, 2003 | KHALED ABU TOAMEH
    The Palestinian Authority's official newspaper, al-Ayyam, on Sunday launched a scathing attack on US National Security Advisor Condoleeza Rice, making derogatory remarks about the color of her complexion and the fact that she's a woman. The attack on Rice comes days before her planned visit to the region. In an article entitled "Beware of the Lady of Steel," prominent Palestinian columnist Hasan al-Batal describes Rice as a "black widow" and a "single black lady." Earlier this year, al-Ayyam launched a similar attack on Rice, dubbing her a "black raven." Then, she was targeted for accusing the Palestinian Authority of supporting...
  • Powell Authorizes U.S. Money to Palestinian Authority

    05/14/2003 7:28:19 AM PDT · by AgThorn · 99 replies · 512+ views
    American Family Association Online ^ | May 13, 2003 | Fred Jackson
    From the American Family News Site:   Powell Authorizes U.S. Money to Palestinian AuthorityBy Fred JacksonMay 13, 2003(AgapePress) - A well-known conservative is condemning Secretary of State Colin Powell for giving millions of U.S. dollars to a group many associate with promoting terrorism. Gary Bauer says while Powell was touring the Middle East this past weekend, he handed a check for $50 million of U.S. tax payer monies to the Palestinian Authority. Bauer says it is good to help friends, but the Palestinian Authority is no friend. He says the TV and radio stations it controls spew out a steady...
  • Abu Mazen: Coup For Peace?

    04/24/2003 2:43:39 PM PDT · by yonif · 131+ views
    HonestReporting | 24 April 2003 | Communique
    HonestReporting Communique 24 April 2003 "ABU MAZEN: COUP FOR PEACE?" * * * Dear HonestReporting Member, Under heavy international pressure, Yasser Arafat has agreed to a compromise with prime minister Mahmoud Abbas (a.k.a. Abu Mazen) on the constitution of a proposed Palestinian Cabinet. Abu Mazen insisted upon the inclusion of Muhammad Dahlan as a minister in a key internal security post, an appointment Arafat initially opposed. Arafat backed down, and now the Cabinet faces a critical upcoming confirmation vote in the Palestinian Legislative Council. One top PA official went so far to call the Abu Mazen achievement "a silent coup"...
  • PCPO Poll: 40% support Abu Mazen, 19% comply w/Tanzim disarmament, 23% serious reformation of PA

    04/23/2003 1:07:52 PM PDT · by SJackson · 5 replies · 528+ views
    IMRA ^ | 4-23-03
    PCPO Poll: 40.5% support Abu Mazen, 19.6% comply w/Tanzim disarmament, 23.9% serious reformation of PA PCPO Poll of Palestinians: 40.5% support Abu Mazen, 19.6% comply w/Tanzim disarmament, 23.9% serious reformation of PA PCPO Poll no. 111. Date: 23, April 2003 A poll carried out by the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion (PCPO) and Prepared by President Dr. Nabil Kukali. (55.3%) Support to varying degrees the President Arafat (40.5%) Support, to varying degrees Mahmoud Abbas "Abu Mazen" as a Palestinian Prime Minister. Majd Kokaly-Information Department: A poll recently conducted by the PCPO and prepared by Dr.Nabil Kukali included a random sample...