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B”sd Gail Winston Winston@winstonglobal.org Gaza War Diary 14 Sun-Wed. Sep. 24-27 Day 1489-1493 14 Gamar HaTima Tova (May you be sealed for a good life)Tzam Kal (Easy Fast) Dear Friends & Family, A Jubilee Celebration of 50 years since Judea, Samaria, the Golan Heights, Jordan Valley & Jerusalem were liberated will be held at Kibbutz Masuot Yitzhak in Gush Etzion today, Wednesday September 26 at 6 pm. You are hearing it from me because this was a planned ceremony that did NOT get broadcast or send the word out to all the people of Israel. The only reason I heard about it was that the Supreme Court Justice Miriam Naor is leading a boycott of the festive ceremony because politicians will be there who she doesn’t like or approve of. She says so. In the following piece from Arutz Sheva: “SUPREME COURT TO BOYCOTT JUDEA & SAMARIA JUBILEE”. A second major shocking news yesterday with full coverage today: An Arab worker from the town, Beit Surik, 15 km. Northwest of Jerusalem near Route 1, murdered 3 Israelis in the Jewish town of Har Adar. This was the first terror attack in Har Adar since it was established 31 years ago. I hope to send you some more commentary pieces tomorrow. However, Danny Danon [#5] captured what I was thinking this morning. The shooter, Nimr al-Jamal, 37, from the Arab village next door, Beit Surik, had an Israeli work permit for years, worked as a cleaner for Har Adar families; they liked him; had coffee with him. So, what threw that switch in his brain to go kill Jews? I think it’s our Israeli policy to continue allowing PA President Abu Mazen/Mahmoud Abbas to ‘honor’ his Muslim Martyrs who kill Jews, by paying their families very large ‘salaries’ after their martyrs are killed while murdering Jews. That’s one-half of their ‘motivation’. The other operating half is IF a man wants to commit suicide, he is then sure his family will be taken care of – well! Apparently, Jamal was a violent husband; his wife left him – with their 4 children - & fled to Jordan. [There are some 6 million ‘Palestinians’ in Jordan.] So husband crushed by wife’s abandonment, has motivation & opportunity: the Israeli work permit. Maybe it’s time to change our appeasement oriented patterns. It doesn’t bring peace to ‘make nice’ to the Arabs. That’s not what they want. They want it all! All of Israel!!! Look at their maps which cover ALL of Israel. And they want it by blood!!! Ours, preferably. Theirs if they or the families can get big money from US & other countries’ tax dollars. This is a religious war, people. They don’t want our land. They want us gone from our land so they can steal our country from us. We tried nice. Didn’t work. Now let’s get tough & fight to win so they have no motivation to kill us & our children. On that cheery note: Have a good, renewing, spiritual Yom Kippur fast…Tzom Kol. All the very best, Gail/Geula/Savta/Savta Raba x 4!!!!/Mom Our website is still suspended:WinstonIsraelInsight.org 1.Supreme Court to boycott Judea & Samaria jubilee 2.Justice Minister weighs in on settlement ceremony controversy 3.Hundreds mark anniversary of Migron destruction 4.US: Terror attack in Har Adar 'unprovoked', 'evil' 5.Danon: Deadly attack result of Abbas' payments to terrorists 6.PA wins bid to join Interpol 7.Hevron makes final preparations for festivity & prayer events 8.'Those who don't want to live in a Jewish state can leave' 9.Palestinian 'Reconciliation': Jihad is Calling! by Bassam Tawil 1.Supreme Court to boycott Judea & Samaria Jubilee Israel's Supreme Court will not send representatives to event celebrating 50th anniversary of Jewish return to Judea & Samaria. By Tzvi Lev 9/26/17 Share Supreme Court headed by Miriam Naor Supreme Court President Miriam NaoSupreme Court headed by Miriam Naor Israel's Supreme Court has decided to boycott the official state event marking 50 years of settlement in Judea, Samaria, the Jordan Valley, and the Golan on Wednesday in Kfar Etzion. Supreme Court President Miriam Naor ordered Justice Neal Hendel to cancel his scheduled attendance at the celebration after deciding that the event was political in nature, Channel 10 reported. The decision was conveyed in a letter to MK Isawwi Frej (Meretz), who had asked the court to qualify whether they would attend. "A few weeks ago, Supreme Court President Justice Miriam Naor was requested to participate in the event, or to send a representative on her behalf," read the missive. "Justice Neal Hendel was asked by President Naor to represent the judiciary at the event." "We received a detailed invitation a few days ago & after closer examination, it was decided that there was no basis to represent the judicial branch at the event" the letter concluded. Deputy Foreign Minister MK Tzipi Hotovely blasted the decision. "The Supreme Court President's decision to boycott the state event in Kfar Etzion is an outrage that scorns our national history" she tweeted. MK Bezalel Smotrich (Jewish Home) concurred, saying that "this is an official ceremony & the Supreme Court is disrespectful for not participating". The Supreme Court is not the only ones refusing to attend the ceremony. The Zionist Union, the largest party in the opposition, decided to boycott the jubilee as well due to their "moral opposition." MK Eitan Cabel (Zionist Union) published a Facebook post in which he wrote that "no member of the Knesset from the Zionist Union should participate in the 'state ceremony marking the anniversary of the liberation of Judea & Samaria, the Jordan Valley, and the Golan Heights". "The Prime Minister and the extreme right are leading us into the vast abyss of one state for two peoples, which will destroy the Jewish state," Cabel added. Yesh Atid faction leader Yair Lapid also declined to attend and will send MK Chaim Yellin instead. The European Union’s Ambassador to Israel, Emanuele Giaufret will also not attend the event, citing "longstanding EU policy". Supreme Court to boycott Judea & Samaria jubilee 2.Justice Minister weighs in on settlement ceremony controversy Minister responds to Chief Justice's boycott of jubilee celebration in Gush Etzion: 'Judicial system inseparable part of settlement.' By Mordechai Sones, Arutz 7 9/26/17 Share Ayelet Shaked Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked - Flash 90 Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked visited the Ariel Municipal Court on Tuesday to support Jewish settlement in Judea and Samaria. Shaked also referred to the controversy surrounding the Supreme Court Chief Justice's decision not to send a representative of the judicial system to the ceremony on Wednesday marking 50 years of building Jewish communities in Judea, Samaria, the Golan and Jerusalem. "Our legal system is deployed all over the country and I am always happy to visit the courts and strengthen the authorities and the system," Shaked asserted. "Tomorrow I will be at the ceremony marking 50 years of settlement in Judea and Samaria, and as you know, the judicial system is an integral part of settlement. "I send condolences to the families of those murdered today; hatred will not weaken us, we will continue to develop and settle our land," she said. Justice Minister weighs in on settlement ceremony controversy 3.Hundreds mark anniversary of Migron destruction Minister Ze'ev Elkin asks residents of Migron for forgiveness as they remain homeless 5 years after demolition. By Hezki Baruch 9/18/17 Share Rally in Migron Rally in Migron - Hezki Baruch Hundreds of Jews participated on Sunday evening at a rally marking the fifth anniversary of the destruction of the community of Migron in the Binyamin region. The rally was held under the title "Remembering and Building – in Migron", and was attended by Environmental Protection Jerusalem Affairs Minister Ze'ev Elkin (Likud), MKs Bezalel Smotrich (the Jewish Home) & Miki Zohar (Likud)& chairman of the Binyamin Regional Council, Avi Ro’eh. The evening began with the Minister and the MKs signing the “Migron Charter”, which calls for the implementation of the plan for permanent construction of Migron, and was followed by a performance by the residents of Migron. Elkin, the MKs and Ro’eh then gave speeches. Migron was demolished on the order of the Supreme Court in 2012, and many of the former residents have been without permanent housing for the last five years, despite repeated promises to build them a new community. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu recently stated that construction for the new town for the residents of Migron would be approved by the end of this month. "There is no reason why construction for Migron should not be approved in the next meeting of the Civil Administration’s Supreme Planning Council," Elkin said in his remarks on Sunday. "I am committed to this as a Minister & a member of the Cabinet. There are several issues that need to be resolved. I hope that we will reverse our failures at Amona & Migron, & we will see a competition between the two communities over which will be established more quickly. With the help of God in the next year the two communities will be established." Elkin further said, "I, as a representative of the Israeli government, ask the residents of Migron for forgiveness for the fact that we have not been able to protect the community and for the fact that we have not yet established the new Migron, and I hope that in the coming year we will repair and build the community. The Israeli government is asking for forgiveness.” MK Smotrich said, "Five years of unfulfilled government promises are an intolerable reality. We should have made this demand years ago, and it is good that we are doing it now. We must say clearly: The excuses are over." "If the plan for the permanent community in Migron is not approved at the upcoming meeting of the Planning Council, we will push to pass the law that we have already placed on the Knesset table and which determines that the promises must be fulfilled," Smotrich continued. MK Zohar said, "Here on this mountain, a great deed was done by the Jewish people who settled the land. We begged them to vacate the place. We asked them to vacate the place because of a wrongful decision, both by the Court & by the legal system here in the State of Israel." Zohar emphasized that "this is our land, we have to settle it. The Prime Minister explicitly said that the issue of Migron would be resolved quickly. Therefore, the time has come for the plan to be approved in the coming month, and for the residents of Migron to return to their homes or to land adjacent to where they were supposed to live in the first place.” Finally, Zohar turned to the Prime Minister and Defense Minister and said, "The time has come to solve the matter. The time has come to settle the land, because we have no other country." Hundreds mark anniversary of Migron destruction 4.US: Terror attack in Har Adar 'unprovoked', 'evil' Ambassador David Friedman condemns terror attack in Har Adar which killed Israelis, calls for prayers for victims & families. By David Rosenberg, A7 6/26/17 Share Ambassador David Friedman US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman-Arutz Sheva US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman condemned the terror attack in Har Adar which left three Israelis dead and one wounded Tuesday, calling the shooting a “cruel” and “evil brutality” and an act of “unprovoked terrorism”. “Once again, Israelis confront the cruel and evil brutality of unprovoked terrorism,” Friedman wrote on his Twitter account. “We pray for the victims at Har Adar and their families.” The attack, carried out by 37-year-old Beit Surik resident Nimer Mahmoud Ahmed Aljamal, took place at the back entrance of the town of Har Adar, northwest of Jerusalem. Aljamal, who carried a work permit allowing him to enter Israeli towns in the Seam Line area along the Green Line separating pre-1967 Israel from Judea and Samaria, approached the back gate to Har Adar Tuesday morning carrying a concealed pistol. When security officers ordered him to halt for inspection, he drew the weapon and opened fire, killing 3 & wounding a fourth. The victims include 20-year-old Border Police officer Sgt. Solomon Gaviria from Beer Yaakov, 25-year-old security guard Yusuf Ottman from the Israeli-Arab town of Abu Ghosh & 25-year-old security guard Or Arish, from Har Adar. A 4TH victim was evacuated in serious condition to Ein Karem Hospital, Jerusalem. US: Terror attack in Har Adar 'unprovoked', 'evil' 5.Danon: Deadly attack result of Abbas' payments to terrorists Israel's Ambassador to the UN slams PA policy to pay salaries to terrorists as motivating deadly attack in which 3 Israelis were murdered. By Gary Willig 9/26/17 Share Danny Danon Israel’s Ambassador to UN Danny Danon - Yoni Kempinski Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon blamed Mahmoud Abbas' and the Palestinian Authority's policy of paying salaries to terrorists for the deadly terrorist attack at the entrance to Har Adar Tuesday Morning. Three people were murdered and one person was seriously wounded in the terrorist attack. "This heinous terror attack did not take place in a vacuum. It was the direct result of the payments to terrorists by the Palestinian Authority. Mahmoud Abbas continues to encourage terrorism by glorifying terrorists who have committed devastating attacks against Israelis,” said Ambassador Danon. “I call on the Security Council to immediately and unequivocally condemn this horrific attack and demand that Mahmoud Abbas and the PA end their incitement against the State and people of Israel,” the Ambassador concluded. The attack was carried out by Nimer Mahmoud Ahmad Aljamal, a 37-year old laborer from the nearby village of Beit Surik, who possessed a work permit enabling him to enter Har Adar. Jamal had aroused the suspicions of the security coordinator there, and when asked to stop approaching the gate, opened fire with a pistol, killing Border Policeman Solomon Gavriyah, 20, and security guards Youssef Ottman, 25, from Abu Ghosh and Or Arish, 25, from Har Adar. According to police, the weapon used in the attack was stolen back in 2003 & the Shin Bet security service said Jamal did not have a criminal record or a record of being involved in terrorism. Investigators probing that attack point to the terrorist's troubled family life & a history of domestic violence, although he had worked as a cleaner in Har Adar for years where he was known & liked. According to a report by Kan, Aljamal’s wife left him several weeks ago, moving to Jordan and leaving Aljamal to care for the couple’s four children. Danon: Deadly attack result of Abbas' payments to terrorists 6.PA wins bid to join Interpol Despite Israeli efforts, Interpol approves Palestinian Authority's bid to join international police commission. By David Rosenberg, Arutz 7 9/27/17 Share Interpol Interpol - iStock The International Police Organization (Interpol)’s General Assembly voted Wednesday to accept the Palestinian Authority as a member, despite objections by Israel. The Interpol General Assembly, which met in Beijing, voted via secret ballot to recognize Palestine as a member state, with 76% of Interpol’s 190 member states voting to accept the PA. PA wins bid to join Interpol 7.Hevron makes final preparations for festivity & prayer events: Jewish community excited & looking forward to thousands expected to flood city during Selichot & Sukkot events. By Yoni Kempinski, Arutz Sheva 9/25/17 Share Image-1 (15) Hevron, the City of the Patriarchs, is busy preparing for upcoming major events, especially the Selichot events this week and the mammoth yearly event on the upcoming Sukkot holiday. Yishai Fleisher, International Spokesman for the Jewish Community of Hevron said that "you come here, you see the sights, you see the history, you see the courage, you see the bravery; you see 3,800 years of Jewish history, 4,500 years of human history; you see Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, Sarah, Rebecca, and Leah; you see King David; you see Caleb, you see Otniel ben Kenaz; you see Herod, you see the Rambam visiting here. It just doesn't stop; the last 500 years, the Spanish Aliya; there's so much to talk about and see." "We are at the height of preparations," says Asi Horowitz, Coordinator of Tourism and Events for the Jewish community in Hevron, with the installation of special equipment on the stage outside the Cave of the Patriarchs, "Every evening we see thousands of Jews visiting the Cave of the Patriarchs. We bring all the people of Israel to connect with Hevron. Of course, during the intermediate Chol HaMoed days of the festival there will be great performances for the entire family and tours to all the sites in Hevron." Do residents of the Jewish community in Hevron become inured to these events that have already become a tradition? Noam Arnon, the Spokesman for the community, makes it clear that this is not the case: "I can testify about myself; after almost 30 years of such events you can not get used to it; the excitement before the event and during the event, coping with pressures and difficulties of course, and especially seeing the tens of thousands here; the power, the joy, and the connection..." "This is the fulfillment of a dream," says Arnon, and clarifies: "It is not just my dream, but the thousand year dream of Jews who paid for this place and did not believe such things could happen here once again. So powerful and so joyous is the connection of so many thousands of Jews; it's exciting each time anew, every moment spent here." Asi Horowitz says there are many who return every year, although it was not originally part of their plans: "What is interesting to see here is that the regulars (who come every year) are those who came once & were mesmerized - many Jews who decided to come once & feared the first time. "We see ourselves here as emissaries of the people of Israel, the historic people of Israel," concludes Noam Arnon. "Our role here is to be in this place, to preserve it, to open it, to connect to it, to bring people closer to it ... and that's what we try to do.” Hevron makes final preparations for festivity & prayer events 8.Those who don't want to live in a Jewish state can leave' Jewish Home MK says proposal to provide economic incentives for Arabs to emigrate from Judea & Samaria will prevent Palestinian state. By Shimon Cohen, 10/09/17 18:49 Arutz Sheva Share Bezalel Smotrichl Smotrich Mk Bezalel Smotrich - Miriam Alster/Flash90 The National Union party conference will be held this Tuesday, MK Bezalel Smotrich will present his plan to provide financial incentives to bolster Arab emigration from Israel. MK Smotrich explained his plan in an interview with Arutz Sheva. According to Smotrich, his plan is different from any other plan proposed by the right or the left because "this is the only plan that does not want to leave an Arab collective with a desire to realize national aspirations here in the Land of Israel." "All the other plans, whether from Netanyahu or others, are based on autonomy or other words which mean a 'state-minus.' As long as we leave an Arab collective with national aspirations here, we are guaranteeing the continuation of the conflict and terrorist violence for another 100 years," he said. He said that the Palestinian Authority is "not prepared to accept the only demand that Netanyahu poses to them, recognizing Israel as a Jewish state, because all their legitimacy as a national movement is in the negation the existence of Israel. There was never a Palestinian state. This body was established by the Mufti to oppose the Zionist movement. It's entire purpose is to deny another national movement. Of course it can't make peace with that national movement." Smotrich mentioned Israel's numerous sacrifices for peace and peace offers, all of which were rejected by the other side. He said that after nearly a century of conflict, the only choices that remain are bloodshed or his proposal. Smotrich said that Israel must apply sovereignty over Judea & Samaria, establish more towns and cities in the ancient Jewish heartland, and supply jobs to the Jewish and Arab residents who agree to live in a Jewish state so that no one would be able to suggest that it is possible for Israel to abandon Judea & Samaria. "The Arabs will have to decide who is willing to accept Jewish rule and accept all the democratic rights, except for the right to vote in the Knesset. They will be welcome. "Those who can't live with this can try their luck in another country. We will aid them with a large program to encourage emigration. The third option is for those who think they can remain here & continue to undermine our very existence & our Jewish identity. They will meet a determined IDF. "This is the only way to achieve peace & coexistence, which is a vision that both the Left & the Right have given up & instead speak of separation, which means the continuation of living by the sword. Threats cannot be pushed behind fences. The ability to achieve peace will only come when the Arabs abandon their national aspirations.” 9.Palestinian 'Reconciliation': Jihad is Calling! by Bassam Tawil https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/11060/palestinian-reconciliation-jihad § Leaders of Hamas maintain that under no circumstances will they agree to lay down their weapons. Hamas is, in fact, continuing full-speed-ahead digging tunnels under the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel. Hamas is planning to use the tunnels to smuggle armed terrorists into Israel. § The accord with Hamas requires Mahmoud Abbas to lift the sanctions he recently imposed on the Gaza Strip, such as refusing to pay Israel for the electricity it supplies to Gaza. It also requires Abbas to resume payment of salaries to thousands of Palestinians who served time in Israeli prison for terror-related offenses. § Above all, Hamas wants to use the agreement to be removed from the U.S. State Department List of Foreign Terror Organizations. § The Russians are closing their ears to what Hamas itself declares day after day: that its true goal is to eliminate Israel and that it has no intention of abandoning its murderous, genocidal agenda. The Palestinian terror group Hamas has once again made clear that its true intention is to pursue the fight against Israel until the "liberation of Palestine, from the (Jordan) river to the (Mediterranean) sea." Hamas, which controls the Gaza Strip, says that despite the latest "reconciliation" agreement reached with the Palestinian Authority (PA) under the auspices of the Egyptian government, it will continue to prepare for war with Israel. While some Western analysts have misinterpreted the agreement as a sign that Hamas is moving towards moderation and pragmatism, leaders of the Islamist movement maintain that under no circumstances will they agree to lay down their weapons. Hamas is, in fact, continuing full-speed-ahead digging tunnels under the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel. Hamas is planning to use the tunnels to smuggle armed terrorists into Israel. Just last week, two Hamas terrorists were killed when the tunnels in which they were working collapsed, in separate incidents in the Gaza Strip. The terrorists were identified as Khalil Al-Dumyati and Yusef Abu Abed. The news about the collapse of the tunnels coincided with the reports of the new "reconciliation" agreement reached in Cairo between Hamas and the Palestinian Authority (PA). This means that while the Egyptians and Abbas's representatives were discussing with Hamas leaders ways of ending their 10-year-long dispute and achieving "national unity" Hamas terrorists were busy tunneling under the Gaza Strip to prepare for attacks on Israel. https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/pics/2804.jpg Pictured:October 17, 2013, then U.S. Ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro visited a tunnel penetrating Israel from Gaza, which had been discovered by the Israeli army. Shapiro said: "I was shocked from what I saw in the tunnel. It is clear that this tunnel has only one purpose: to carry out terrorist attacks against Israeli civilians and IDF soldiers." (Image source: Matty Stern/U.S. Embassy Tel Aviv) The "reconciliation" accord does not require Hamas to stop terror attacks on Israel. Nor does it require Hamas to abandon its charter, which explicitly calls for the elimination of Israel. Instead, the agreement, which has yet to be implemented, requires Abbas's PA government to resume funding for various government institutions and civil servants in the Gaza Strip. In other words, this agreement benefits Hamas by absolving it of its responsibilities toward the two million Palestinians living under its control in the Gaza Strip. Moreover, the agreement emboldens Hamas by allowing it to redirect its resources and energies towards amassing weapons and digging tunnels to be used for launching terror attacks against Israel. The accord requires Abbas to lift the sanctions he recently imposed on the Gaza Strip, such as refusing to pay Israel for the electricity it supplies to Gaza, reducing medical supplies and forcing thousands of civil servants in the Gaza Strip into early retirement. It also requires Abbas to resume payment of salaries to thousands of Palestinians who served time in Israeli prison for terror-related offenses. All this in return for one "concession" on the part of Hamas: dismantling the shadow government it established in the Gaza Strip a few months ago -- something to which Hamas happily agreed in return for Abbas lifting the sanctions. Make no mistake: Hamas has no intention of relinquishing security control over the Gaza Strip. Thousands of Hamas "security officers" & members of its military wing, Ezaddin Al-Kassam, will remain the law-enforcement force in the Gaza Strip. This means that even if Abbas's government will be allowed to operate in the Gaza Strip, it would have limited civilian powers only, such as paying salaries & funding various projects. One week after the Cairo agreement, Hamas is still urging Abbas to lift the sanctions he imposed on the Gaza Strip. Why the rush? Jihad against Israel is calling. Hamas's message to Abbas: Hurry up & give us the funds because we need to invest our energies & money in building more tunnels & smuggling weapons (through Egypt) into the Gaza Strip. Hamas has been seeking international recognition and legitimacy & is hoping the agreement with Abbas's Palestinian Authority will facilitate this mission. Above all, Hamas wants to use the agreement to be removed from the U.S. State Department List of Foreign Terror Organizations. This position was relayed last week to the Russian government by a senior Hamas delegation that visited Moscow. Hamas is hoping that in wake of the Egyptian-sponsored agreement with the PA, the Russians will exert pressure on the U.S. to remove Hamas from the terror list. Musa Abu Marzouk, a senior Hamas official who participated in the Moscow discussions confirmed that he and his friends had asked the Russians for their help. "We asked the Russians to help stop the US from keeping Hamas on the (terror) list," Abu Marzouk said. "We also asked that the Russians help remove the (Israeli- Egyptian) blockade on the Gaza Strip." Abu Marzouk and the Hamas delegation appear to have found a sympathetic ear in Moscow. They now claim that the Russians told them that Moscow does not consider Hamas a terror organization "because Hamas won a free & fair (parliamentary) election in 2006." If true, the Russians seem to have bought the lie that Hamas is headed towards moderation and pragmatism, supposedly thanks to the latest "reconciliation" agreement. More disturbing still, concerning the reported Russian position, is that Moscow, it seems, does not view Hamas as a terror group; the reason for this omission is apparently that Hamas "won" an election. The Russians are ignoring the fact that since Hamas won in 2006, the terror movement has launched thousands of rocket and other terror attacks against Israel. The Russians are also ignoring Hamas's continued buildup and preparation for war by digging tunnels and amassing weapons in the Gaza Strip. More significantly, the Russians are closing their ears to what Hamas itself declares day after day: that its true goal is to eliminate Israel and that it has no intention of abandoning its murderous, genocidal agenda. How do the Russians and the rest of the world define "non-negotiable"? The same way as Abu Marzouk after the Moscow visit, with regards to the Hamas weapons: "The weapons of the resistance belong to all the Palestinians and are non-negotiable," Abu Marzouk emphasized. "No one can tamper with this issue." The statement means that Hamas insists on maintaining its terror and military capabilities in preparation for war against Israel. At the risk of overwhelming the international community with troubling facts, here is a final one: Hamas aims to use the agreement with the Palestinian Authority as a smokescreen for concealing its true goal: the destruction of Israel. Here is how it works: Hamas is telling Abbas, "You continue to pretend as if you want to talk peace with the Jews, while we prepare for war." In the eyes of Hamas, the "reconciliation" agreement should serve as functional sharing between the PA and Hamas, with each side playing the role it wants. Abbas will go on pretending he wants peace, while Hamas builds more tunnels and acquires additional weapons. That is their real agenda: Hamas wants to collaborate with Abbas in fooling the world. Abbas's job will be to "pursue peace" & rake in the money, while Hamas plans for the next round of terrorism against the Jews. It remains to be seen whether the Western-funded Palestinian Authority will be complicit in this scheme to scam the world. Also interesting is seeing whether the international community will once again fall into the web of lies woven by the master manipulators, Abbas & Hamas. Bassam Tawil is a Muslim based in the Middle East. © 2017 Gatestone Institute. All rights reserved. Palestinian 'Reconciliation': Jihad is Calling! by Bassam Tawil

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