Thursday, June 21, 2007


Wednesday, June 20, 2007
The CIA and Fatah; Spies, Quislings and the Palestinian Authority
June 20, 2007

Israel's nearly complete control over the lives of Palestinians is never in doubt, as confirmed by the humanitarian and economic suffering of the Palestinians since the January elections. Israel's ongoing policies of expansion, military control and assassination mock any notion of sovereignty or bilateralism. Its "separation barrier," running across our land, is hardly a good-faith gesture toward future coexistence.

But there is a remedy, and while it is not easy it is consistent with our long-held beliefs. Palestinian priorities include recognition of the core dispute over the land of historical Palestine and the rights of all its people; resolution of the refugee issue from 1948; reclaiming all lands occupied in 1967; and stopping Israeli attacks, assassinations and military expansion. Contrary to popular depictions of the crisis in the American media, the dispute is not only about Gaza and the West Bank; it is a wider national conflict that can be resolved only by addressing the full dimensions of Palestinian national rights in an integrated manner.

Israeli leaders have no intention of negotiating with the Palestinians, regardless of what the Israeli public wants or who’s sitting in Ramallah. The Zionist “grand plan” will not be compromised by conferences or bartering. The military occupation and settlement activity will continue until US support dries up and Israel is forced to the bargaining table. Until then the onslaught will continue.

Just what "Israel" is the world and what's left of Palestine supposed to recognize?

The one created by the 1947 UN Mandate? Or the one after the first Israeli War of Aggression in 1948?

Or, the one after the 2nd Israeli War of Aggression in 1956?

Or, the Israel--that expanded by leaps and bounds--that stole huge chunks of Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Palestine in the 3rd Israeli War of Aggression in 1967?

Or, the even bigger Israel after more land theft by Israel in the 1973 "Yom Kippur" War?

Or, the Israel of the present, that has stolen HUGE chunks of Palestine land and water resources of the indigenous Palestinians by erecting the Concrete Wall that is swallowing alive the West Bank and turning what is left of Palestine into one huge concentration camp?

Israel, you're stealing Palestinian land so fast that it's difficult for mapmakers to keep up with your ever changing borders.

So, Israel, just what Israel is the world supposed to recognize?

Israel is always bragging to the world that it is a "peace loving" nation. The only "peace" Israel wants is: A piece of Lebanon; A piece of Jordan; A piece of Syria; A piece of Saudi Arabia; A piece of Iraq; A piece of Egypt and whatever pieces are left of Palestine after Israel completes its genocide of the indigenous Palestinians.

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