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GUEST,albert BS: Palestinian 'facts' (677* d) RE: BS: Palestinian 'facts' 30 May 08


We should take with a large pinch of salt any statement by the zionists that the Palestinians were responsible for rejecting the Camp David agreement of 2000.
Israel is simply not interested in a just settlement .Its intentions are perfectly clear -
1 Batter Gaza into an abject compliance.

2 Continue the illegal settlements in the West Bank to create demographic facts on the ground.

3 Settle accounts with Hezbollah sometime in the future after it has worked out how to deal with their sophisticated guerrilla tactics.

4 Encourage the USA to continue its policy of destabilizing Lebanon.
5 Split Syria away from its alliance with Iran...but it will not give up the Golan.

6 Continue with the bantustan policy on the West Bank and control the Palestinians via the Apartheid Wall, dozens and dozens of checkpoints,
transport controls,imprisonment of Palestinians etc.Also continue to steal water from the Jordan River.

7 Continue to maintain close links with its biggest supporter The USA which provides it with huge quantities of military and economic aid.
8. No right of return for Palestinian refugee and their children and grandchildren.

These policies have turned Israel into one of the most brutal,racist oppressive and dangerous countries in the world.They are a recipe for continued conflict and oppression,barbarity and bigotry.
Let us remember that by smashing up the secular led Fatah movement the Zionists helped with the creation of Hamas.
albert


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