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Recognizing 'Palestinianism' as Political Tool Does Not Serve 'Palestinian' Plight - Russian Alliance Does Not Serve the 'Palestinian' People

Reader comment on item: Searching for Peace
in response to reader comment: Abbas: ' "We don't trust America" Fatah official: The US is the "enemy"

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 26, 2022 at 11:45

If there was any evidence that the 'Palestinian' people would not get justice, the Oslo Accords would be the first exhibit this observer would call as witness that the insincerity of the 'Palestinian' representation is on display as there was no follow-up in any attempts to maintain the peace. These latest comments from the Fatah, Hamas in the background and now the intimations that the Russian is going to be interested in providing some resources to interfere with Israeli sovereignty makes it evidetnly clear Israel is going to have her hands full.
If the 'Palestinian' people have not gotten that memo, they will soon enough. In reality, nothing has changed from the time of Arafat, has it? As long as the anger remains, no peace is available and the people will pay the price as the cost of the leadership's arrogance in thinking they will win something of permanence: wrong.


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