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For God’s sake, Dissolve the Palestinian Authority now
By Khalid Amayreh in occupied Jerusalem

As Zionist Jewish supremacists continue to emulate their Nazi mentors, by carrying out pornographic mass killings of stateless and helpless Palestinians, the so-called Palestinian ‘national” Authority (PA) is still basking in its impotence and morbid illusions about “peace talks” with Israel.

This is despite the present Israeli blitzkrieg in the Gaza Strip and the equally murderous policy of narrowing Palestinian horizons in the West Bank where we are told ad nauseam by a scandalously mendacious western media that “Abbas is in control.”

On Saturday, 1 March, the PA leader himself rightly called Israel’s hideous crimes in Gaza “a virtual holocaust” and “Nazi-like atrocities.” He has also ordered the suspension of “peace talks” with Israel until the “aggression is over.”

Well, does Abbas really think that after the aggression is over, Ehud Olmert and Ehud Barak and the rest of Judeo-Nazi elite would suddenly and miraculously be transformed into doves of peace?

If he does, he is clearly more than just naïve; and if he doesn’t, then why on earth is he tormenting his people with this dangerous illusion.

The matter is crystal clear and one doesn’t have to be a great political expert to realize that Israel is interested more into crushing the Palestinians to pieces and less in reaching a dignified and genuine peace with them.

Let us judge Israel by its behavior, not by its hypocritical claims about seeking peace with the Palestinians. After all, even Adolph Hitler and his colleagues claimed to be genuine seekers of peace in Europe and the world. We all know the rest of the story.

Hence, in the final analysis, what is important is not what Israel says, but what it does.

And what it does shows beyond any doubt that peace is the last item on Israel’s national agenda. Let us consider some of Israel’s behaviors in the past few months, especially since the hapless Annapolis conference in December.

In the West Bank, and despite the nearly total subservience of the PA to Israel, the Israeli government consistently insisted on treating the PA and its so-called “security forces” as a quisling entity, as an unrighteous Rehab who would not only inform on her people but also repress them, torture them and even kill them, all in order to demonstrate commitment to peace and receive a certificate of good conduct from imperial masters.

A few days ago, a frustrated Palestinian officer complained to this journalist that Israel “treats us far worse than the Germans treated the Judenrate,” said the young officer, referring to the Jewish councils that were appointed by the Nazi leadership to oversee the internal affairs of Jewish communities in Europe during the Second World War.

“Whenever the Israelis come, and they do nearly every night, we are supposed to return immediately to our coops very much as chickens do at the end of the day.”

“It is like beiti beiti beiti,” he intimated. For those who don’t know, beiti is the word women farmers in the Palestinian countryside utter aloud to spur their chickens to return to their coops at sunset.

Ask any Palestinian cab driver or student or worker traveling through the West Bank these days if he or she thought the overall Israeli treatment of Palestinians on the roads got better or worse since the Annapolis meeting, and they wouldn’t hesitate to tell you that it was much worse than before. Again, this is despite the abject compliance of the PA and its “armed forces” with every Israeli whim and demand.

This slave-master relationship between the PA and Israel recently forced the Palestinian minister of culture Ibrahim al Abrashi to submit his resignation to Chairman Abbas. The former minister complained about “an all-out national crisis encompassing every aspect of our life as a people.”

“The country is falling down, the national cause is falling down, the national rift is destroying the unity and future of our people. In short, what we have been building for 50 years is being destroyed before our very eyes.”

Al-Abrahsi could have said much more in his letter of resignation. He could have pointed out that Israel has actually increased its Gestapo-like roadblocks in the West Bank, that it has doubled or even tripled its theft of Palestinian land, that it is expanding Jewish colonies unabated throughout the West Bank while everyone, including Condoleezza Rice and her boss, are looking on, reiterating the same old tedious platitudes about “the need to avoid doing anything that would undermine the peace process.”
Unfortunately, instead of showing national responsibility by withdrawing from this disgraceful “peace process” that has a form but no substance, Abbas has chosen to live in a world of his own, an artificial world where Rice’s meaningless sound-bites and manifestly false promises, along with Olmert’s deceitful tactics, are more relevant than the ugly reality in the streets and alleyways of Palestine.

Indeed, when one listens to Abbas’s statements, one gets the impression that Hamas’s counter-coup in Gaza 20 months ago was to blame for all Palestinian troubles from the treasonous “security coordination” with Israel to continuing Jewish settlement expansion in Jerusalem.

Well, but then, Abbas is the leader, the perfect leader by the American standards. He is the one who the two Ehuds hope will be able to impose a “realistic” peace settlements on his people. And, of course, we all know what “realistic” means in the Israeli lexicon.

Isn’t this why Abbas’s forces are being beefed up? Isn’t this why Keith Dayton and Elliot Abrams and Rice are continually asking Congress to allocate more funds to strengthen Abbas?

Like many Palestinians, I hope that the Palestinian national movement will finally take the long overdue decision to dismantle and dissolve this impotent Authority which has virtually no authority, an authority that has long become a serious liability to the truly heroic Palestinian struggle for genuine freedom and liberation from the Nazi-like Israeli occupation.

It is an authority that allows Judeo-Nazi leaders, such as Olmert and Barak, to claim that they are murdering Palestinian children for the sake of peace, that they are killing us for our own interests…that we will have a state only after half of our people are incinerated in a “greater holocaust”!!! while the other half are transformed into slaves, or water carriers and wood hewers.

So, for God’s sake, dissolve this misshapen creature, this deformed entity, now. And don’t allow Israel to use it as a pawn to annihilate our people and liquidate our just cause.


Image by David Baldinger

One operation ended, next on their way’

A senior military source told Ynet on Monday morning that “one operation had ended, but many more are on their way.”

‘Operation Warm Winter’ is coming to an end? That’s what the zionists want us to believe… but the above quote indicates something completely different….
Yes, Israeli troops are apparently being pulled out, but this could be an indication of planned massive bombings in the area… something ’smells rotten’ in Gaza…
The following Ynet report deals with the present situation…

IDF operation in Gaza ends, soldiers leaving Strip

First stage of Operation Warm Winter comes to an end, as infantry and armor forces begin to pull out of northern Gaza Strip. ‘The troops faced the missions they were tasked with courageously,’ military source tells Ynet. Meanwhile, IAF continues to strike in Gaza; Palestinians report two gunmen killed

Hanan Greenberg

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War and responses:

IDF officials did not rush to conclude the operation, hinting that it would be continued.

“It’s wrong to use statements of victories and occupation, but there is no doubt that the extent of casualties on the Palestinian side, among the terror organizations, is significant and sends a clear message,” a military source said.

‘One operation ended, next on their way’

A senior military source told Ynet on Monday morning that “one operation had ended, but many more are on their way.”

Addressing the rockets fired at Ashkelon and the Gaza vicinity communities after the end of the operation, the source said, “One operation cannot bring about a change in the situation. However, there is no doubt that in a series of activities, while exerting patience, the terror organizations will suffer a heavy blow and this will also bring a change in the situation, in terms of Qassams as well.”

Fighters from the Givati Brigade’s Shaked Regiment told Ynet about the return to operational activities, after being absent from the southern front for about seven months.

“We clearly missed Gaza,” one of the soldiers said. “We know these territories better than anyone and are proud to be part of this fighting. There are many soldiers here who were not in Lebanon, but there are some veterans who fought there and feel that it is very similar.”

IDF forces on Gaza border (Photo: AFP)

Several fighters who left Gaza on Sunday to freshen up and fuel their vehicles, spoke about the events beyond the border, on the Palestinian side.

“It’s not what took place here when we left,” one of the fighters said. “The terrorists are more courageous, wily and sophisticated, and it seems like they are part of an army. They also have improved equipment. They were a number of serious battles here in the recent days, but it eventually calmed down a little.

“Over the weekend there were many incidents of antitank missiles fired at us, but we operated well. The Air Force also helped us. We hit many terrorists and there is a feeling of success.

“After the first stage of the fighting we reached a situation of control, which enabled us to comb the area in relative calm, but with many heartbeats of course. After all, Gaza is Gaza.”

Among the armor forces there was also a feeling of a more complex challenge this time. However, they said, the post-Second Lebanon War training prepared them to deal with this challenge.

Air Force continues to strike

Palestinian sources reported Sunday night that IAF aircraft struck various targets in the Gaza Strip. According to the reports, the IDF attacked four weapon manufacturing workshops and an office used by the Hamas movement.

Hamas reported that the IAF also attacked two terrorist cells in the Strip. Medical sources said that one gunman was killed in each strike and that several gunmen were wounded. The IDF confirmed that several airstrikes had taken place.

The rocket fire on the western Negev and Ashkelon continued Sunday until the evening hours, lightly injuring nine people since the morning hours. Many people suffered from shock.

Some 40 Qassam and Grad rockets landed in Israel since Sunday morning.

Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Sunday that “the time has come for actions.” He spoke during a meeting with IDF Chief of Staff Gabi Ashkenazi, Shin Bet Director Yuval Diskin, and other senior security officials.

Barak said that Hamas’ ongoing attacks left Israel with no choice but to respond. “Hamas bears the responsibility and it will pay the price,” he said.

“We disengaged from Gaza, we uprooted communities and Israelis from their homes just so there would be quiet for the Gaza vicinity towns – these are painful concessions that we have made for peace and Hamas continues its attacks,” Barak noted.



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