Sunday, December 15, 2013

More unrepentant killers to walk free in two weeks, confirmed by Kerry

...Finally a reminder that the State Department of the United States, the political office presided over by Kerry, remains officially incapable of deciding whether those killers - the convicted murderers of elderly pensioners, of Holocaust survivors, of US citizens, of women, of children, of fellow Arabs - who are going to walk free two weeks from today are (a) freedom fighters, (b) political prisoners or (c) terrorists? Hard to believe?

Frimet/Arnold Roth..
This Ongoing War..
15 December '13..

The terrorism-addicted Palestinian Arabs have reason to be pleased with themselves again.

There's further evidence that their very public strategy of (a) denying over and again that the 'peace' process is going anywhere; (b) shrugging off any responsibility since it's permanently Israel's fault for reneging or behaving badly; (c) extorting the release of convicted murderers from Israeli jails as a condition for turning up to the US-sponsored 'peace' talks and (d) receiving them as heroes (literally) with ceremonial pomp and orchestrated street celebrations presided over by Mahmoud Abbas - works.

Here's the evidence via a Haaretz report:

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday that the third group of Palestinian prisoners will be released as planned on December 29. Speaking at a press conference at the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv before departing to Vietnam, Kerry said the U.S. is "not talking at this point about any shifts (in the schedule)." Over the last week, Kerry attempted to convince the Palestinians to agree to delay the prisoner release by a month, fearing that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, after the planned release, would declare another wave of settlement construction which could derail the peace process. Kerry had offered the Palestinians that the fourth group of prisoners will be released sooner so more than 60 Palestinian prisoners will be released at the end of January at once. Kerry had wanted the prisoner release to take place at the same time as the presentation of the "framework agreement" which he plans to formulate with both sides in the coming weeks. The Palestinians rejected Kerry's offer and claimed it was a violation of the agreements that were reached in order to restart the peace talks. The Palestinians stressed that if the prisoner release would not take place on the date planned they would see themselves as free to pursue unilateral moves in the United Nations.


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