I am not joking is Amira insane on drugs or both? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mark Hamil
    • 24.10.07 | 15:18 (IST)

    Amira's white washing of the crimes of terrorist and the Palestinian terrorist group Al-Aska Brigade has reached a new level. OSLO and all the agreements the Palestinians have signed prior with Israel have been signed with the clear understanding that the Palestinian Authority would combat internal Palestinian terrorism themselves and free Israel from this vital duty. This absurd idea was a lie from the very start. Palestinian Para military (aka police) units are well armed,well funded, and well trained by Israel, Russia, EU, Iran and the US to supposedly fight Arab terrorism, instead the OSLO armed Fatah Palestinian Police are the terrorist. Fatah ARE the terrorist factions aka Al-Aka Brigade aka Tanzim. This is a grave violation of OSLO and all agreements signed. Amira seems to be mentally ill. She has confused the bad guys with the good guys and visa versa. Al-Aska are not boy scouts they have murdered hundreds of innocent Israeli men, women and children and will kill more.

    from the article: Some assassination plot
    First published 00:00 24.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 24.10.07
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