by Steven Shamrak
On September 28th the world
was supposed to celebrate, but conveniently forgot the anniversary of the
Israeli-Palestinian Interim Agreement, widely known as the Oslo Accords. Three political stooges Yasser
Arafat, Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Perez received the Nobel Peace prize for
signing this worthless piece of paper, which was based on fake promises made by
Yasser Arafat in a letter to the Prime Minister of Israel, Rabin on
In this letter Yasser Arafat promised: “The PLO considers that the signing of the Declaration of Principles constitutes an historic event, inaugurating a new epoch of peaceful coexistence, free from violence and all other acts which endanger peace and stability. Accordingly, the PLO renounces the use of terrorism and other acts of violence and will assume responsibility over all PLO elements and personnel in order to assure their compliance, prevent violations and discipline violators.”
It was particularly not convenient to celebrate the dead accord when Mahmoud Abbas came to the UN and put the final nail in its coffin, unilaterally abandoning the principles of negotiation and undermined stability of the peace process.
Due to enormous political pressure
Many promises were made clearly but deceitfully by Arafat and never delivered:
1. Terror attacks on
2. PA regularly sabotaged negotiations,
endangering peace and stability by breaking them and calling for international
3. Terrorists of Fatah, Hamas and other Islamic organisations have been freely conducting their bloody business. Often, the terrorist actions were coordinated by PA to meet its political aim. (cont. see below)
Food for Thought by Steven Shamrak
There have been no scornful accusations that Jews own media for quite a while. Since Al Jazeera became a major wholesale supplier of the international news nobody has questioned Arab control of the world news supply and subliminal messages of news contents.
US Failed to Buy Islamic ‘Love’
Red Cross Harbouring Hamas Terrorists
Undercover Israeli police officers arrested a Hamas lawmaker, Ahmed Abu Atoun, who had been hiding in the Red Cross’ office in east Jerusalem for the past year. Abu Atoun was among four politicians Israel arrested in 2006 for their connections to Hamas. Abu Atoun is the second member of the group to be arrested. Another Hamas lawmaker, Mohammed Abu Teir, was taken into custody earlier this month after venturing out of the compound. (The Red Cross, an anti-Semitic facilitator of the Holocaust, is also a deeply anti-Israel organisation!)
Temple Mount Police arrested a 76-year-old Jewish man after he recited a blessing before drinking some water. Yosef Hacohen felt ill during a tour of the Temple Mount and wanted to take a sip from a water bottle. (This is the future of the two-states solution, advocated by enemies of the Jews!)
Hamas authorities in the Gaza Strip are requiring foreign journalists to take on regime-approved ‘sponsors’ while in the coastal area, the latest sign that the Islamist group is determined to keep a tight lid on the flow of information from the territory. (Not long ago reporters were guided by self-censorship and their own dislike of Israel. Hamas put a stop to even this ‘freedom of speech’. No wonder news reports do not show the new housing development, supermarkets and luxury villas built in Gaza!)
Former Afghanistan bureau chief Samer Allawi admits he traveled to Syria to help an Hamas terror group. He said he was recruited into Hamas in 1993 and served there until 2004 on a senior committee that oversees Hamas operations abroad, and is responsible for fundraising. In 2001 and 2003 he traveled to Syria where he reported on his activities to Mousa Aba Marzook, deputy to Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal, in Damascus.
Palestinian Authority Paid Arabs to Riot
The Palestinian Authority and international groups paid many of the Arabs who rioted after last week’s United Nations session where a motion was submitted to recognise the PA as a country. Arutz Sheva previously has reported that international leftists pay Arabs to riot every Friday at the separation/security fence. The riots in Judea and Samaria last week were larger in number and more violent than usual.
Quote of the Week:
“When was the last time the United Nations Security Council met to
condemn an Arab government for its mistreatment of Palestinians? How come
groups and individuals on university campuses in the
Eulogy for the
by Steven Shamrak
2. New entity is supposed to be a democracy. After the last election, which Hamas won, Abbas illegally retained control of the PA and the next election is long overdue. Therefore, the current PA leadership is not legitimate nor democratically elected representatives of so-called Palestinians.
XI,1: “The two sides view the
This agreement was dead on arrival! It
must be viewed by
Arabs respect strong opponents. It is
integral to their national makeup. When