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Hamas Christmas Message to Abbas-Olmert Meeting: Drop Dead!

Saturday, December 23, 2006

At Christmas time most of the planet wishes for “Peace on Earth & Good Tidings to All”. But that’s not the case with those gun-toting terrorists of the Hamas Movement, who hold the majority in the Palestinian Parliament.

In the first Israeli-Palestinian summit in 22 months held today in Jerusalem. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert agreed Saturday to release $100 million in frozen funds to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and ease West Bank travel restrictions.

Ismail Redwan, the Hamas spokesman in the Gaza Strip was the real Grinch by stating that they rejected the outcome of the historic meeting because the “Zionist enemy” exploits such meetings to politically blackmail the PA.

Palestine Photo

A Palestinian girl runs for cover as gunmen from Hamas take position during a gunbattle between Hamas and Fatah militants in the West Bank city of Nablus (AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed)

Let’s face it, Palestine dosen’t want peace with Israel at all — they only want Israel destroyed. But while visions of the destruction of Israel and the Jews dance in their heads, Civil War in the PA rages on.

Yes I said Civil War — “In Gaza, meanwhile, factional fighting continued. In the southern Gaza town of Rafah, assailants fired on the car of a senior Palestinian security official, wounding him, a bodyguard and a girl.
The target, Hassan Jarbouh, is the deputy chief of the Rafah branch of the Preventive Security Service, which is loyal to Abbas. Preventive Security blamed Hamas for the attack.Jarbouh, who was on his way to work, was in critical condition. His bodyguard and the girl, a bystander, were less seriously wounded.
The deadly confrontations in Gaza began nearly two weeks ago, with a shooting ambush that killed the three young children of an Abbas-allied intelligence officer. In all, 17 people have been killed and scores wounded in factional fighting, including heavy gunbattles in densely populated neighborhoods, since the ambush on the children.”

In a related item the West Bank city of Bethlehem was wondering why the town was nearly empty of tourists aside from a few clerics and a handful of Christian pilgrims. Almost all the city’s hotels stand empty, and like the other business owners in the town, hotel owners impatiently await the expected arrival of tens of thousands of Arab Christians from all over Israel and abroad.

Hint: Maybe it’s those masked men sporting AK-47’s and RPG’s that are scaring away the tourists.

Merry Christmas everyone!

Posted: 19:15PST 12/23/06


3 Comments leave one →
  1. jainphx permalink
    Saturday, December 23, 2006 11:13 pm

    The Israeli nation will stand,do what you will Palesnazies, for there is one that stands for Israel no matter who is against them.

  2. Monday, December 25, 2006 1:07 pm

    Merry Christmas!

  3. george permalink
    Tuesday, December 23, 2008 1:53 pm

    This is ludicrous. I am a Christian living in Bethlehem, and no one from Hamas as so much as given me a rude look.

    I am totally, 100% against them in the political sense, but if you think they are on some jihad-driven pursuit of all things Christian, give me a break. Many more Hamas affiliates wished me a Merry Christmas than Jews did this year.

    Eid Mubarak, Happy Hannakah and Merry Christmas, to all,


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