Sunday, June 1, 2014

More rocket fire by the terrorists of Gaza where (ahem) they "denounce violence"

...It's extraordinary how little media attention such acts of self-inflicted damage get. And how little awareness there is of the price paid by Gazan Arabs because of the jihadists' reckless disregard of the welfare of their own clansmen and family.

Frimet/Arnold Roth..
This Ongoing War..
01 June '14..

If they can overcome the squabbling about who gets to be named ministers [see "Disputes over portfolios delay announcement of Palestinian unification until Monday" in the Jerusalem Post], a Palestinian Arab "unity" government is about to be announced.

So says the PA's president Mahmoud Abbas according to several reports today. "Unity" means a regime which unites the Abbas Fatah and PLO groups with the outlawed terrorist organization, Hamas.

"The formation of the government would be the most significant step yet toward ending a crippling seven-year-old Palestinian political split. However, it is also bound to increase friction between Abbas and Israel’s hard-line government. Abbas said Saturday that he would respond to any Israeli punitive measures, such as withholding the monthly transfer of some $100 million in taxes and customs Israel collects on behalf of his Palestinian Authority. The funds are vital to keeping the self-rule government afloat... “We say (the government) is going to recognize Israel, denounce violence and recognize the international agreements,” he said, echoing the international community’s conditions for dealing with Hamas. “This is a technocrat government. It has nothing to do with Fatah, Hamas or any factions.” [National Post, today]

That's for Monday.

Meanwhile it's early Sunday morning here in Israel, and the news from the south of our country at this hour is focused on more immediate matters. A rocket, originating in the terrorism-addicted Gaza Strip which is controlled by Hamas, has just been fired into Israel [IDF Tweet], seeking - as always - Israeli victims.


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