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    December 9, 2010 http://wordfromjerusalem.com/?p=2615 - "moderate" peace partner Mahmoud Abbas was once again exposed as he endorsed resolutions carried at the two-day Fatah Revolutionary Council in Ramallah. Opening with a tribute to Amin al-Hindi, orchestrator of the Munich Olympics massacre, the council adamantly resolved that there would be no compromises with the Israelis, refused to recognize "the so-called Jewish state," reiterated the nonnegotiable right of return for Arabs - a recipe for Israel's demise - and rejected any suggestion of territorial swaps, insisting that all Jews living over the 1949 armistice lines must be expelled. A few days later, the PA Ministry of Information published a "study" resurrecting Yasser Arafat's claim that the Temple Mount and Western Wall had no relationship to Jews, and claiming that contrary to "the Zionist occupation," the area was owned by the Wakf. This was so bizarre that eight days later, in one of its rare reprimands of the PA, even the US condemned the study. In yet another illustration of the Alice-in-Wonderland environment in which the farcical peace process is being orchestrated, an opinion poll held in the area under PA jurisdiction disclosed that even "moderate" Palestinians remain committed to seeing the Jews pushed into the sea, and would regard an independent Arab state merely as a stepping stone on the way to "liberating" the entire country. The majority also foresee an inevitable return to "armed struggle."--

    from the article: Mitchell proposes 'parallel' but separate U.S. talks with Israel, Palestinians
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