Tuesday, September 25, 2012

PA President Abbas ready to drop Oslo, Paris Protocol and security coordination with Israel

Editors remarks: President Abbas has played for long to the tunes of America and Israel even though he can’t be blamed for the predicament he found himself in because he has been pushed around and deceived both by American Government and Israeli Zionists, who are united in their common goals to create Greater Israel, an aim which they pursue single-mindedly. The presence of PA or absence of it is not going to change much. The process of taking over the enclaves of the West Bank are in full swing and soon there will be only pockets of truncated Palestinian dwellings left surrounded by terrorising Zionist settlers throughout the West Bank. If Mr Abbas decides to close the Palestinian Authority then at least the illusion of the so-called Palestinian Government will disappear. That will enable an oppressed and subjugated people to take a realistic view of the situation and carry on the struggle of national liberation from the clutches of Israel and America. PA has been a dead horse; it is not able to move or move anything.

Nasir Khan, Editor

Middle East Monitor, Monday, 24 September 2012
Abbas ready to drop Oslo, Paris Protocol and security coordination with Israel
Abbas expressed his deep anger at the demonstrators’ slogans calling for him and his Prime Minister Salam Fayyad to resign.
Reliable Palestinian sources have revealed that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is ready to drop the Oslo Accord, the Paris Protocol and security coordination with Israel. He made this momentous claim in a meeting of the PLO leadership in Ramallah. So keen was Abbas for the meeting to go ahead while the demonstrations against the situation in the occupied Palestinian territories were going on that he did not wait until he got back from a trip to India.

Abbas accused most of the PLO factions, especially Fatah, of “standing behind the demonstrations” which swept the West Bank recently in protest against the waves of prices rises; he refused to pin the blame solely on Hamas. He threatened to step down and make them go ahead with the legislative and presidential elections without him.
The sources quote one of the senior Fatah members who were present as saying that the meeting was “the most dangerous one” ever held by the leadership. They added that Abbas told those present at the meeting that “not only were the supporters of Hamas and the Islamic Jihad participating in the demonstrations, but also those who are sitting here at this table, the forefront of which are Fatah, the Popular and Democratic Fronts and the People’s Party”. Everyone, Abbas said, had operations rooms to stir the street “which is already festering”, and to raise the pace of popular anger.

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