PA president expresses certainty that most Israelis support two-state solution, says authority determined to reach permanent deal, to establish Palestinian state with east Jerusalem as capital.
Yitzhak Benhorin, September 26, 2013
President of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas addressed the UN General Assembly Thursday, saying he was certain that most Israelis were interested in peace and in the two-state solution.
"Therefore, what is required is to heed the lesson of history, to abandon the mentality of force and occupation, to recognize the rights of others, and to deal on an equal footing and parity to make peace," he said.
The PA president thanked the United Nations for recognizing Palestine as a non-member state.
Abbas further stressed that the Palestinians' quest for an independent state was not accompanied by delegitimizing the State of Israel.
"Our objective is to achieve a permanent and comprehensive agreement and a peace treaty between the state of Palestine and Israel that resolves all outstanding issues and answers all questions, which allows us to officially declare an end of conflict and claims," he said.
He urged the international community to ensure that agreements are not violated, referring, as he stressed "to the continuation of settlement construction on our Palestinian land, particularly in Jerusalem."
Abbas lauded the European Union's decision to ban West Bank settlements, stating it serves as a positive step that ensures the peace process is handled in a constructive manner.
The Palestinian president said that since January, "708 terrorist attacks have been perpetrated by settlers against our mosques and churches, and against olive trees, farming fields and homes and property of Palestinians." (cont.)
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Esser Agaroth (2¢):
That PA President Abbas is certain that most Israelis support a two-state solution is the least of his lies. He may have actually convinced himself of that, as a result of his delusional state of mind. But, my money is on the certainty that he is both delusional and lying.
ישמעאל שונא את יעקב.
Yishma'el hates Ya'aqov.
And what about Abbas's lies of omission, like the murders of Israeli soldiers at the hands of the PA last Friday and Sunday? There was no mention of them, no apologies, nor even any praise for terrorists who carried it out. There no mention of the additional attacks on Jews, not to mention the countless rockets hitting Israel's south.
He has successfully convinced the goyim in the West that they are simply "freedom fighters."
The day after Abbas's speech, news surfaced that Hamas has called to unleash a third Intifada.
But, this goes beyond the goyim's "patience" with Abbas, as he attempts reign in the rogue Hamas.
עשו שונא את יעקב.
Esau hates Ya'aqov.
Seriously though, this speech and all previous speeches of Abbas, and of all Pseudostinian leaders before him should came no surprise to anyone. Not only do they want ALL of Israel, and Israel's future as nonexistent. But, this is also the goal of the segment of Erev Rav controlling the Israeli government.
And so, who is to blame? The Yishma'elites, who are just following their nature? Or the un-Jews, putting up road blocks to the Torah and real peace, the way in which Jews are supposed to live, behind the scenes, and every step of the way.
And, then there is the rest of us, allowing this path toward our mass suicide to continue.