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Ain’t Peace GRAND. All day long there have been reports of one sided concessions by Israel. The diplomatic term for it is “showing gestures” well today Palestinian President Abbas has answered with a gesture of his own…an extended middle finger:

A leader of Fatah’s Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades called WND to take credit for killing a 29-year-old Israeli civilian in the northern West Bank.

Leaders of the Brigades said a cell of their organization in the northern West Bank city of Nablus carried out the attack. The cell is named the Annunciation Brigades, according to Al Aqsa leaders.

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Al Aqsa will continue fighting until the liberation of our lands,” said an Al Aqsa statement provided to WND.

The Brigades also took responsibility for a foiled attempt to infiltrate Netiv Ha’asara, a Jewish community near the Gaza Strip. If the attack would have succeeded, it would have marked the first time Palestinian terrorists infiltrated a Jewish city near Gaza.

Fatah’s attacks today come on the heals of the Annapolis summit at which Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is widely expected to outline a Palestinian state in most of the West Bank, which borders Jerusalem and is within rocket range of Tel Aviv and Israel’s international airport. Israel would move to transfer the territory to Abbas’ Fatah party.

Read Aaron Klein’s entire report by clicking here: Abbas group claims it murdered Israeli

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