The Europeans, who wrapped the Pal-scarves around their necks in the 70s in order to show their solidarity with the PLO-cause and burnt Israeli flags in their mass-demonstrations in the European capitals, indeed must today take a "political and humanitarian" responsibility for PA's existence for all eternity. The Pal-scarves have become a permanent, self-imposed yoke around the Europeans' necks. The Europeans are tied down to the Pals forever. Actions have consequences: the Europeans wanted the Pals to have a state of their own in the Land of Israel, which they claim "Jews stole from them", now they've got a piece of it and it is time to start supporting PA's existence in it....or what did the Europeans expect? That the Pals are self-supporting, capable of standing on their own feet? PS.: I wonder, who supported the Pals BEFORE "the Jews stole the Land" from them?
Israel comes to a halt for two minutes to commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day (Haaretz)
from the article: Arab League head urges world to increase aid to Palestinians
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