It looks like the the attempts to sell out Israel being made by the Leaning Tower of Jell-o Prime Minister Ehud Olmert might soon be dead on the vine. After announcing his interest in the Saudi “Peace” Plan as a starting point for negotiations, Israel’s hapless Prime Minister got “Bitch-Slapped” by much of the Arab League. Lead by the racist monarchy of Saudi Arabia, Olmert was told that the Saudi plan could not be changed. In so many words, PM Goofball was told that any peace plan must result in the destruction of Israel (also known as the right of return).
Saudi Foreign Affairs Minister Saud al-Faisal slammed reports that Israel is seeking to revise the language of a Saudi peace initiative adopted by the Arab League in Beirut in 200 We have no desire to negotiate over this,” said al-Faisal in a joint press conference with EU High Representative for Foreign Policy Javier Solana in Riyadh ”They accept the resolution and then they talk about putting preconditions that should be accepted before negotiations or discussions or even the acceptance of the proposal. This is not a good way to do business.” The peace initiative calls for a full Israeli withdrawal from areas captured in the 1967 Middle East war and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state. In exchange, Israel would receive full diplomatic recognition from the Arab world.Meanwhile, Egypt and Syria said Tuesday that there should be no changes made to the initiative, particularly regarding the Palestinian right of return. ”We have the Arab peace plan and we are committed to it as a whole. Talk about amending it is baseless,” Syrian Vice President Farouk al-Sharaa said after meeting with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. ”What we want is returning all the occupied land including Jerusalem. (YNET News)
That might soon be a moot point because it looks like there may be another “Civil” war erupting in the Palestinian Terrorist run territories. This time it looks like the murderous baby killers of Hamas may be turning on each other.
…fierce fighting erupted Tuesday evening between Hamas members and gunmen belonging to a large clan in Gaza City, Palestinian security officials reported. The clashes began after a car carrying several Hamas members was fire upon in the Zeitoun neighborhood, they said, adding that Ala Hadad, a senior Hamas operative, was killed and four others injured. “Hamas is facing a serious split,” the sources said. “Opposition in Hamas to the Mecca agreement is growing as some of the movement’s senior officials are talking about a possible revolt.” The “rejectionist” camp in Hamas, led by Interior Minister Said Siam and Foreign Affairs Minister Mahmoud a-Zahar, is opposed to the Mecca agreement under the pretext that Hamas made too many concessions to Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah faction……
…..”Siam and Zahar are unhappy with the agreement not only because they won’t serve in the unity government, but because they believe that Hamas has made far-reaching political concessions,” the official said. “They are convinced that Hamas is gradually abandoning its ideology as Fatah did when it signed the Oslo Accords with Israel more than a decade ago.” Although Siam and Zahar have thus far refrained from public criticism of the Mecca agreement, the two are said to be quietly campaigning against the accord. Siam, for instance, has made it clear that he and his supporters will resist any attempt to dismantle Hamas’s Executive Force that he established in the Gaza Strip last year. Zahar, on the other hand, is said to have warned that Hamas was headed toward a serious crisis because of its agreement to sit with Fatah in the same coalition. Siam and another prominent Hamas figure, Sami Abu Zuhri, were recently summoned to Damascus for emergency talks with Mashaal, who reportedly reprimanded them for campaigning against the Mecca agreement. The tensions among the political leaders of Hamas have have also hit the movement’s field activists. Hamas’s two main militias, the Executive Force and Izzadin al-Kassam, are also facing divisions over the Mecca agreement. Leaders of the two groups have warned the Hamas leadership against falling into what they consider “a trap” by Abbas and the US. Some Hamas preachers have also joined the “rejectionist” camp by speaking out in the mosques against the deal with Fatah. The rejectionists cited a number of “changes” in Hamas’s traditional policy as evidence that the movement was on the verge of betraying its ideology. These include: Hamas’s readiness to accept a temporary state in the West Bank, Gaza Strip and east Jerusalem; its readiness to abandon the armed struggle by accepting a long-term truce with Israel; its readiness to remain committed to the current cease-fire with Israel in the Gaza Strip; its readiness to endorse the Saudi peace initiative from 2002 and Haniyeh’s announcement that he will attend the upcoming Arab summit in Riyadh later this month and Mashaal’s reported promise to the Russians to work toward halting rocket attacks on Israel from the Gaza Strip.
Criminals usually find a way to turn on each other, and it looks as if the Hamas murderers will be no different. Hopefully this will give Israel enough time vote out its horrible, destructive “leadership” and elect a Prime Minister with some backbone.