August 1, 2008, - 11:31 am

Alien v. Predator: The “People” Bush/Condi Clueless Want Israel to Make “Peace” With

By Debbie Schlussel
It’s a question I’ve repeatedly asked over my lifetime and repeatedly on this site:
How are Jews supposed to make peace with these barbarians who can’t even make peace with each other?
Question #2: Why are we giving more and more of these barbarians visas and U.S. citizenship? So, we can more quickly import this stuff here, apparently.

Palestinian security forces in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip are responsible for human rights abuses including arbitrary arrests and torture, in a report [released] on Wednesday.

HAMAS v. Fatah . . .

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“The political struggle between Hamas and Fatah has resulted in serious human rights violations in Gaza and the West Bank over the past year,” said Joe Stork, deputy Middle East and North Africa director of Human Rights Watch, a U.S.-based advocacy group. “Security forces from both sides have targeted activists of the other party. Their abusive behavior has victimized Palestinians from all walks of life and weakened the rule of law.”

Correction: This isn’t just a “political struggle” between HAMAS and Fatah. It’s the way of life in Islam. If HAMAS or Fatah or both ceased to exist tomorrow, Palestinian barbarians would continue this conduct both amongst itself and against Israel and Christians/Jews. And so would the rest of the Islamic world.

The Human Rights Watch report echoes recent findings by al-Haq, a Palestinian human rights group based in the West Bank city of Ramallah. In a report released Monday, the group documented “acts of detention, torture and other cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment or punishment against civilians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip since June 2007.” . . .
Human Rights Watch said that over the past year, Fatah-run security forces in the West Bank have arrested hundreds of Hamas members and supporters, detaining many without warrants and torturing prisoners under interrogation. The most common form of torture was forcing detainees to hold stress positions for prolonged periods, Human Rights Watch said.

Hmmm . . . Where’s Seymour Hirsch and the NYTimes to scream about this the way they did Abu Ghraib? Oh, didn’t get the memo: Perpetrators not American, but Muslim–no cause for concern.

The report found that Hamas forces in Gaza committed many of the same abuses and that three detainees died in custody in Gaza, apparently from torture.

Well, at least Muslims are consistent: They can neither get along with each other nor us. They hate everybody.
Oh, by the way, the end of the article blames Israel. Of course. Whenever Muslims kill Muslims, blame the Jews.

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4 Responses

Since Obama is the candidate that’s supposed to bring peoples together he should go where he is most needed. Like being the head of the palestinians so they will get along with each other. And the Israelis.

samurai on August 1, 2008 at 12:35 pm

And as the link says, the US is financing and training many of these terrorists. So much for the War on Terror (sic). What you describe in your post is the same throughout the Middle East; Muslim barbarians fighting each other, and liberal and most conservative nitwits saying the ‘peace process’ will solve all the problems.
Every now and then, an Israeli leader has stood up to the US. This would be an excellent time for this to happen again, but I’m sure neither you nor most of your readers are holding your breath waiting. Now some of the fake conservatives (eg VDH) seem to be suggesting that it is good to be talking with Iran.

c f on August 1, 2008 at 12:39 pm

Debbie –
Your last paragraph (about the end of the article) reminds me of Menachem Begin’s line after Sabra and Chatilla:
“Goyim kill goyim and they come to blame the Jews”.
CF – The above quote comes from the only Israeli Prime Minister that I can remember ever standing up to an American President (Reagan). Unfortunately, he did not do it enough.

I_am_me on August 1, 2008 at 1:26 pm

In the past, Human Rights Watch has been terribly unfair to Israel. Moreover, to the extent HRW ever reported on human rights violations in the PA, it was ignored by the news media.
I was glad to see that AP ran the story you reference above. OTOH, I saw no air time on the nightly news. It did not even make the small print in my local newspaper.
Given the amount of “human rights” coverage the Israeli security fence received, you’d think a story like this would get more media attention.

There is NO Santa Claus on August 1, 2008 at 5:03 pm

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