Saturday, October 01, 2005

Gaza Invasion of the Body Snatchers

Recently we posted here what we thought was the content of the intellectual bottom of the idiot barrel, but HAMAS is not to be out-done by mere amateurs, by some poor fools from PA. No, the Presbyterian pastors of Pennsylvania, along with Karen Hughes and the CoE and the whole rotting clot of dhimmis are still in the race against HAMAS, but now we have clear evidence that the P.A. proper is taking a lead in the race to the bottom of the Human potential movement, aka life.

There are stranger things in this world. There are occasional discoveries of things that live in the sea, living things brought up by fishermen dredging the bottom of the oceans. They might pull up some ugly stuff, but overall, the Palestinian Authority is still working hard to keep the lead in disgusting.

Yes, the Palestinians are probably Human, genetically, but from all public evidence they are at the low end of the gene pool, not breaking the surface in any noticeable way during daylight hours.

Are they really Human or are they made in Hollywood? Can real people be this stupid? Below we have two stories that you can read to make up your own mind based on clear evidence showing that Palestinians are really cooked in pots and poured into molds and planted in the desert. Yes, the Most Important People in the World must be The Pod People.

From ynetnews:

"Abbas: I don't understand Israeli policies"

Ali Waked

Palestinian Authority Chairman bitterly attacks Israel's operations in the West Bank in which five armed terrorists have been killed in recent days: "I don't know what lies behind the Israeli government's policies," he said. 'This is pursuit without any reason.' Palestinian prime minister Ahmed Queria: The entire region might be drawn into a blood soaked war.

Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas launched a bitter verbal attack on Israel's military activities in the West Bank. The Palestinian leader blamed the recent escalation in the region on Israel, and said that "these repeated provocations by Israel against the Palestinians are not contributing to efforts by the Authority to keep the peace."

Abbas said that the new security deterioration in the West Bank was caused by the IDF's pursuit of Palestinian members of Hamas, Islamic Jihad, and the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades.

"This pursuit is taking place without any reason, and despite all that is happening, we are calling on our brothers in these organizations to show restraint. The Israelis must know that our patience is not eternal. We can't live with casualties every day – today two were killed in Nablus and before that three were killed in Jenin. I don't know what lies behind this policy of the Israeli government," he said. Palestinian sources also reported that a Palestinian teenager, Udawi Tantawi, 13 years-old, was killed by IDF fire in the West Bank.
The Palestinian leader said during a speech that "Israel's provocations are severely endangering the entire calm that we are working so hard to keep. We are trying to put a stop to the anarchy of weapons, and the organizations agreed to respect it. There is no armed operation by the Palestinians in Gaza and in the West Bank, and I believe that all of Israel's actions have no real reason."

Ahmed Queria: Regional bloody war on horizon

Palestinian prime minister Ahmed Queria also attacked Israel, describing the IDF's recent operations as "barbaric and ugly terror… Israel is trying to return us to the cycle of violence. And this, during a time that the Authority is trying to do everything to bring calm that is respected by all the factions."

Queria said he was surprised by "the international silence in the face of the current slaughter." "All this may cause the area to be dragged into a blood soaked war," claimed Queria.

He called on the international community to immediately try and prevent what he described as "Israel's escalation.",7340,L-3149655,00.html

If the above was beyond parody, the piece below is beyond sickening. The whole of the West's dhimmi cringing and grovelling to the Palestinians so-called, is sickening. Here's the other part of the story the very leader of the so-called Palestinians doesn't understand. We don't understand why anyone puts up with these creatures. (Thanks to

Hamas admits to plans for more kidnappings

Terror leader taunts Israel for vulnerability to rockets

JERUSALEM – In an exclusive interview with WorldNetDaily yesterday, Hamas senior spokesman Sami Abu Zahri taunted Israel for its vulnerability to rocket attacks and warned that the terrorist group plans to kidnap more Israeli citizens just days after it claimed responsibility for the abduction and murder of a Jerusalem resident.

Zahri also told WND Hamas maintains "good relationships" with Syrian President Bashar Assad and the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah.

"Our relations are good with all the honest forces in the Arab world and this includes Assad's Syria, Hezbollah and other movements and forces," Zuhri said in the interview, which will be released in full on WND this weekend.

Zahri claimed Israel does not have the military capability to stop Hamas' Qassam rockets from flying out of Gaza and hitting nearby Jewish communities.

"Israel has always tried to stop Qassam attacks and she always failed to do so, even while using the most sophisticated technological and military tools. ... Hamas succeeded in creating a new military equation against Israel."

Israel withdrew the last of its troop from the Gaza Strip Sept. 12. Since then, Palestinian groups, including Hamas, have fired more than 25 rockets at Jewish towns near the Gaza border.

Following Israel's assassination this week of a senior Islamic Jihad commander, Hamas' Gaza leader Mahmoud al-Zohar vowed to halt all attacks from Gaza.

But Zuhri said Hamas will only cease rocket attacks "as long as the enemy [Israel] is committed to stopping its escalation."

Zuhri took the occasion of the interview to again blame Israel for an explosion at a Hamas victory rally in Gaza last week that killed 21 people, even though the Palestinian Authority Tuesday announced Hamas mistakenly caused the blast.

"The Israeli occupation is fully responsible for the rally massacre," Zuhri said. "Photos show and prove that an Israeli aircraft was flying above the area where the rally was happening. Also the rockets we bring to our rallies never contain live explosives." .

A PA probe found Hamas members who mishandled homemade rockets were responsible for the rally explosion, which Hamas reportedly then used as pretext for launching a barrage of Qassam rockets against Israeli Negev communities.

Hamas this week admitted to kidnapping and killing Jerusalem resident Sasson Nuriel, releasing a video of Hamas members interrogating the Jewish merchant with a blindfold strapped around his head.

Zuhri warned Hamas will kidnap more Israelis unless Palestinian prisoners are freed and the Jewish state ceases to arrest wanted Hamas militants.

"This kidnapping is part of the resistance to the occupation and is part of our struggle to free the Palestinian prisoners," he said. "We gave Israel many opportunities to free our prisoners, which was supposed to be part of the [February] cease fire agreement [between PA President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon] ... but the occupier did not respect this and continues to carry our prisoners to their jails.

"Therefore if we will not succeed in getting our prisoners freed in peaceful ways and through negotiations, we will do everything necessary to liberate them, including kidnapping more Israelis."

Aaron Klein is WorldNetDaily's Jerusalem bureau chief, whose past interview subjects have included Yasser Arafat, Ehud Barak, Shlomo Ben Ami and leaders of the Taliban.

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