Vice PM claims Abbas and PA share same goals as Hamas; Livni warns that world will impose peace plan on Israel in March, when Palestinian documents will begin to officially bear “State of Palestine” stamp.
ed note–once again, the rest of the sane world must understand what is really being said here.
Judaism is clear on this issue–the Jews are to occupy/possess ALL the ‘promised land’, which is not just some small sliver of dirt on the eastern shores of the Mediterranean, but rather everything between the Nile and Euphrates rivers.
When Ya’alon and others like him talk about there being no ‘Palestinian state’, what they mean (but are deliberately neglecting to say) is that there will (eventually) also be no Lebanese state, no Jordanian state, no Syrian state, no Iraqi state, etc, etc, etc, because eventually all these countries/peoples are going to have to be moved out to make way for the Jews, and it is the west’s job to help bring this about by destroying these countries militarily, economically, etc, as a precursor to making this ‘Greater Israel’ possible.
Vice Premiere Moshe Ya’alon (Likud) ruled out the possibility of establishing a Palestinian state alongside Israel, while speaking at a cultural event on Saturday afternoon.
“As far as I’m concerned, the [Palestinian] Authority can call itself the Palestinian Empire,” he said at the event in the Sharon region. “The goals of PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas are similar to those of Hamas,” he purported.
Tzipi Livni meanwhile, called for the renewal of the peace process. “The United Nations’ decision was just the overture,” the Tzipi Livni Party leader said. “We are sitting on a volcano that is due to erupt in March, when the world will lay a diplomatic plan on the table,” she said. “Either they will impose a plan on us, or we can initiate our own plan.”
According to a directive issued by Abbas last week, within two months, Palestinians will receive driving licenses, passports and identity cards stamped with the title “State of Palestine.” The new documents will replace all previous documents, which since 1993 when the Oslo Accords were signed, have borne stamps of the Palestinian Authority. Last Friday, the PA officially changed its name to the State of Palestine, and Abbas officially signed his first decrees bearing that name.
According to Abbas’s decision, these documents will be available not only to West Bank residents, but also to Palestinian refugees around the world and Gaza residents.