Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Delusions Of Peace

י"ז לחודש השנים עשר ב' תשע"ד

YNET: 'Abbas is a true partner for peace,' says Peres
President Shimon Peres expresses sheer support for PA President Mahmoud Abbas, who will meet with US President Obama later Monday.

Noam (Dabul) Dvir, March 17, 2014

Shimon Peres
Israeli President
President Shimon Peres said on Monday that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is a "true partner for peace." Peres made the remarks upon an expected summit later Monday in Washington between Abbas and US President Barack Obama.

During a meeting Peres held with human right activist Rose Mapendo, the president stressed that Abbas is a man of principle who objects to violence and terror.

"We are at a crucial stage of the negotiations and we must do everything we can to ensure they carry on," said Peres. "There is clear majority and agreement on a solution of two states for two people."

Peres added: "We must continue working with the Palestinian Authority and Abu Mazen (Mahmoud Abbas). He is a good partner and I am glad our government is negotiating with him. Disagreements are a normal thing and that is why there are negotiations – to solve disputes. There are also issues that we do agree on such as the war on terror." (cont.)

Esser Agaroth (2¢):
I am wondering just exactly how many times I have to post this photo. Unfortunately, I will probably have to post it many more times.

President Mahmud Abbas's "Vision of Peace"

I have I already asked if President Peres is delusional,...

Should Jews be allowed to fend for themselves within Palestinian controlled Yehudah and Shomron?

...or just plain evil.

The only difference between Fatah controlled Palestinian Authority, occupying most of Yehudah and Shomron, and Hamas control Azza, is that Fatah has typically shown more patience, while working toward its goal of Israel's annihilation; whereas, Hamas wants it all now.

How could anyone be so delusional that he real believes that Abbas's is a partner for peace? Unless, of course, Peres's "Vision of Peace" is the same as Abbas's, a truly disturbing idea.

Many will say this is far fetched, and even praise Peres for any number of accomplishments for the [supposed] sake of Israel.

All I can recommend to these individuals is to look deeper, and look harder.

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