Rice: “Lets give them a State”- Pali-Arabs: “We don’t deserve a State”

I am soooo tired of Rice! Does that make me a RICIST?
Rice: “There is simply no reason to avoid the subject of how we get to a Palestinian state”

You’d think constant terrorism and an absolute inability or unwillingness even to live in peace with one another would be good enough reason, but apparently not. This is Condoleeza Rice in full fantasy mode, even imagining Israel living in peace with a “democratic” Palestinian neighbor, despite the fact that the “Palestinians” have never shown any inclination toward either peace or democracy. “Rice urges more Mideast peace talks,” from AP,


WASHINGTON – Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Friday that Mideast peace talks should resume despite an outbreak of violence among Palestinian factions.
“It doesn’t help to talk about a timetable, but it does help to talk about a commitment,” Rice said after meeting with world powers for a strategy session on the Middle East.

The gathering of would-be peacemakers comes amid renewed fighting between Hamas militants and security forces loyal to the former ruling Fatah Party that has raised new alarm about a possible Palestinian civil war.

More than 100 Palestinians have been killed in internal violence since Hamas won parliamentary elections last year and formed a Cabinet.

Despite that violence, “there’s simply no reason to avoid the subject of how we get to a Palestinian state,” Rice said after a meeting at the State Department with foreign ministers from Russia, the European Union and the United Nations….

“We expressed our concern about events on the ground in the Palestinian territories. Obviously innocent people are being caught up in this violence and it needs to stop,” she said.

“That said, there is simply no reason to avoid the subject of how we get to a Palestinian state,” Rice said. “The Palestinian people have waited a long time for a state and the Israeli people have waited a long time for the peace and security that would come from having a democratic neighbor.”

Waiting Palestinians…

Well, if she sez so I guess we just can’t let them wait anymore, can we?

But lets hear it from the Arabs, with thanks to LGF
Palestinians: “We Don’t Deserve a State”

Apparently, Palestinians are worried that the civil war between Hamas and Fatah is going to damage their image with the international community: Palestinian W. Bank residents: ‘We don’t deserve a state’.

There are no words for dark irony this profound.

As the fighting between Fatah and Hamas continues in the Gaza Strip, many residents here said Saturday that they were concerned that the international community would turn its back on the Palestinians.

Hafez Barghouti, editor of the PA-funded daily Al-Hayat Al-Jadeeda, said he was concerned that the fighting would tarnish the image of the Palestinians. “Tens of millions of people now look at us as worthless gangsters with no values,” he complained.

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7 thoughts on “Rice: “Lets give them a State”- Pali-Arabs: “We don’t deserve a State””

  1. I felt I should copy and paste the whole thing as well as the source.(It make it a little easier!)

    They wouldn’t know what to do with a state if you could go and “buy” one with all the trimmings!

    The Jerusalem Post Internet

    Our World: Welcome to Palestine


    Caroline Glick, THE JERUSALEM POST Jan. 29, 2007

    In the world of international diplomacy few issues receive
    more wall-to-wall support than the notion that it is
    essential to establish a Palestinian state. Leaders
    worldwide are so busy speaking of how essential it is for a
    State of Palestine to be founded that none of them seems to
    have noticed that it already exists.

    This state was officially founded in the summer of 2005,
    when Israel removed its military forces and civilian
    population from the Gaza Strip and so established the first
    wholly independent Palestinian state in history. Israel’s
    destruction of four Israeli communities in Northern Samaria
    and curtailment of its military operations in the area set
    the conditions for statehood in that area as well.

    And so it is that as statesmen and activists worldwide
    loudly proclaim their commitment to establishing the
    sovereign State of Palestine, they miss the fact that
    Palestine exists. And it is a nightmare.

    In the State of Palestine 88 percent of the public feels
    insecure. Perhaps the other 12 percent are members of the
    multitude of regular and irregular militias. For in the
    State of Palestine the ratio of
    police/militiamen/men-under-arms to civilians is higher than
    in any other country on earth.

    In the State of Palestine, two-year-olds are killed and no
    one cares. Children are woken up in the middle of the night
    and murdered in front of their parents. Worshipers in
    mosques are gunned down by terrorists who attend competing
    mosques. And no one cares. No international human rights
    groups publish reports calling for an end to the slaughter.
    No UN body condemns anyone or sends a fact-finding mission
    to investigate the murders.

    In the State of Palestine, women are stripped naked and
    forced to march in the streets to humiliate their husbands.
    Ambulances are stopped on the way to hospitals and wounded
    are shot in cold blood. Terrorists enter operating rooms in
    hospitals and unplug patients from life-support machines.

    In the State of Palestine, people are kidnapped from their
    homes in broad daylight and in front of the television
    cameras. This is the case because the kidnappers themselves
    are cameramen. Indeed, their commanders often run television
    stations. And because terror commanders run television
    stations in the State of Palestine, it should not be
    surprising that they bomb the competition’s television

    SO IT WAS that last week, terrorists from this group or that
    group bombed Al Arabiya television station in Gaza. And so
    it is that Hamas attacks Fatah radio announcers and closes
    down their radio station claiming that they use their
    microphones to incite murder. Because indeed, they are
    inciting murder. What would one expect for terrorists to do
    when placed in charge of a radio station?

    And so it is that in the State of Palestine, journalists –
    whether members of terror groups or not – are part of the 88
    percent of their public who are afraid. Sunday they
    protested outside the offices of one terror faction or
    another that controls the Palestinian Authority.

    Speaking to The Jerusalem Post, reporter Ala Masharawi
    explained, “No one goes outside, no one moves without
    thinking twice. Gaza’s streets have become terrible streets,
    especially at night. Gaza is a ghost town.”

    As the Post’s Khaled Abu Toameh reported last week, in the
    State of Palestine, Christians are persecuted, robbed and
    beaten in what can only be viewed as a systematic campaign
    to end the Christian presence in places like Bethlehem. As
    Samir Qumsiyeh, owner of the Beit Sahur-based private
    Al-Mahd (Nativity) TV station lamented, “I believe that 15
    years from now there will be no Christians left in
    Bethlehem. Then you will need a torch to find a Christian

    MANY GOVERNMENT ministers and commentators seek strategic
    meaning in the strife in the State of Palestine. Foreign
    Minister Tzipi Livni, for instance, goes on and on about the
    need to strengthen the “moderates” – that is, the Fatah
    terror group – over the “extremists” – that is, the Hamas
    terror group.

    Helping her to propound this nonsense is PA Chairman and
    Fatah chief Mahmoud Abbas. Abbas and his men tell Westerners
    how pro-Western they are at the same time as they name
    streets and schools financed by US aid after Saddam Hussein
    and build sports facilities on the American taxpayers’ tab
    in memory of terrorists who killed American soldiers in

    For the umpteenth time, on Sunday Fatah spokesmen in PA
    Chairman Mahmoud Abbas’s office blamed Iran and Syria for
    the escalating violence in Gaza and Judea and Samaria that
    has killed 29 people, including two children, in four days.
    “Iran and Syria are encouraging Hamas to continue fighting
    against Fatah,” they alleged.

    And yet, just last Thursday the Shin Bet arrested Omar
    Damra, a Fatah terrorist in Nablus. Damra is accused of
    manufacturing suicide bomb belts and attempting to smuggle
    them into Israel. He also stands accused of plotting to
    place explosive devices along roads in Judea and Samaria
    with the intention of blowing up IDF patrols.

    Damra and his partner and fellow Fatah terrorist Mahmad
    Ramaha, who was arrested a month ago, were working under the
    instruction of Hizbullah – that is, under the direction of
    Iran. According to the Shin Bet, Hizbullah – that is, Iran –
    has taken over Fatah operations in Nablus. Since Israel’s
    withdrawal from northern Samaria in August 2005, the Shin
    Bet has noted that, like Gaza, the Nablus area has become a

    So not only are Hamas terrorists operating under Iranian and
    Syrian direction today, Fatah terrorists are as well. Yet
    this doesn’t stop the US and Israel from pouring guns and
    money into the hands of Fatah terror chiefs. They fail to
    recognize that what you see is what you get.

    These guns are not used to encourage moderation. These guns
    are used against Israelis and Palestinians alike in a turf
    battle between terror groups over money, guns and power that
    will never end. And it will never end because fighting and
    killing for money, guns and power is what terrorists do.

    FOR THE past 13 years, since the Palestinian Authority was
    established in 1994, the contours of the State of Palestine
    have taken form in front of our eyes. Starting with Yasser
    Arafat’s abrogation of the rule of law and murderous
    campaign against land dealers and journalists, with each
    passing year and with each move to further empower the PA,
    the situation has only grown worse. And yet, international
    pressure on Israel from Arabs, Europeans and the US to
    surrender more territory, curtail its authority, abrogate
    its claims to the areas set for Palestine, and finance the
    Fatah terror group have only grown in intensity.

    And with each passing year, as the reality of Palestine has
    become clearer, the Israeli leadership’s will to resist this
    pressure is increasingly eroded.

    So it is that last week Defense Minister Amir Peretz
    announced that he supports negotiating with Hamas. Peretz
    laid out his “vision” for the reinstatement of the so-called
    peace process with the Palestinians, and stated that, to
    “empower” the Palestinians, he supports extending the ban on
    IDF operations from Gaza to Judea and Samaria. It should go
    without saying that such IDF operations are aimed at
    preventing massacres of Israeli civilians like the one that
    happened in Eilat Monday morning.

    LIVNI, FOR her part, has become the international champion
    of Fatah. Gushing to an audience of international peace
    processors in Davos, Switzerland, last week, Livni said, “In
    order to achieve peace and in order to promote a process, we
    must stick to this vision of a two-state solution and
    examine what the best steps to take are.”

    Of course, neither Livni nor Peretz, who insist that
    Israel’s most urgent priority is to establish Palestine, is
    willing to recognize that Palestine exists already. They
    refuse to acknowledge what we already know: Palestine is a
    terror state and an economic basket case fully funded by the
    international community. Indeed, over the past year since
    Hamas won the Palestinian elections, international
    assistance to the Palestinians has increased dramatically.

    As Ibrahim Gambari, the UN under-secretary-general for
    political affairs, noted last Thursday, official Western aid
    to the Palestinians, not including Arab and Iranian support
    for Hamas and Fatah, increased by 10 percent in 2006 over
    2005, and stood at $1.2 billion.

    The Palestinians, who receive more aid per capita than any
    people on earth, are needy not because they lack funds. They
    are poor because they prefer poverty, violence and war to
    prosperity, peace and moderation. So it is that 57 percent
    of Palestinians support terror attacks against Israel.

    The multitude of protesters worldwide who demand an end to
    the so-called “occupation” and the establishment of
    Palestine should be made aware of the fact that Palestine
    already exists. The hordes of political leaders mindlessly
    squawking about “visions” and “two-state solutions” should
    know: This is Palestine. Enter at your own risk.

  2. If things pan out the palestinians will exterminate one another and Israel will survive in peace. Two longstanding problems will then be solved.

    That would be a great help!! Now if only all the others would cancel each other out,,,,,dream on!

  4. Ummmmmmm…………….
    Can our American bloggers tell us WTF is this stupid woman doing?
    Did she get as far as she has through ‘affirmative action’?
    Wow, what a goose……………

  5. Always a pleasure, Sheik!
    Have to say I had not heard all of that before.


    maybe she slept her way to the top?? UGH!!
    Well,,she has the wrong qualifications for this job, so maybe ?

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