Tag Archives: Fatah

Negotiating peace under the threat of boycotts and violence

Another way of wording my headline would be “an offer that Israel can’t afford to refuse – for the sake of its own health”. Or we could just call it “Don Corleone rides again”. It seems quite incredible that no … Continue reading

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Incitement, peace talks and releasing terrorists

The three items mentioned in the headline ought, in a sane and civilized world, not to have any relation to one another.  In the Middle East where Israel is involved however, as we all know, the three are intricately and … Continue reading

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Israeli civilian murdered by Palestinian terrorist, approved by “moderate” Fatah

An Israeli civilian, Evyatar Borovsky, a father of 5 and a resident of Yitzhar in the Shomron, was murdered today by a Palestinian terrorist associated with the “moderate” Fatah organization: A Palestinian terrorist killed a 31-year-old resident of Yitzhar on … Continue reading

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Meet our “moderate” neigbours

Israel is constantly reassured by ostensible well-wishers that if only it would make peace with the moderate Palestinians and Arabs, it would sideline the extremists, peace would immediately break out and heavenly angels would sing in massed chorales. (OK, I … Continue reading

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Hamas and PA make peace, push peace further away

Palestinian enemies rivals Mahmoud Abbas of the PA (aka Fatah aka the PLO) and Khaled Mashaal of Hamas have signed yet another unity pact in an effort to lead the Palestinians to elections. The announcement was made jointly on Monday … Continue reading

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The children of the Oslo Accords

It is the 16th anniversary of the assassination of Yitzchak Rabin, an event that shocked the nation and shook it to its core.  It caused a huge rift between left and right which, although never close to begin with, still … Continue reading

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