Explosive Response

Israel, ‘Peace talks’ and  ‘work accidents’

‘Peace Partner’ Abbas: “Palestinians reject the demand to recognize Israel as a Jewish state….”

Explosions rock southern Lebanon village

Several explosions caused a large fire at a building in the southern town of Shehabiyeh on Friday amid reports that the blasts went off at a Hizbullah weapons depot.  (J’Post)

Shin Bet Arrests Seven Terrorist Scum Accused of Murders, Plan to Kidnap and Behead Israeli on Tape

7 Israeli Arabs nabbed for 2009 cab-driver murder; Shin Bet, police say Al-Qaida-inspired terror suspects planned to kidnap IDF soldiers, murder Christians “heretics” for “insulting Muhammad.”

Three others planned to kidnap a Nazareth resident and behead him on video, but did not do so. Elgrisi said that they had even dug a grave for the Christian man who “insulted the prophet Muhammad.” (Israpundit)

New terror coalition to kill Israelis

13 terrorist groups are establishing a “joint operations room” to coordinate attacks on Jewish civilians in Israel.

Since no Muslim can be a terrorist,  here’s how they looked:

They promise to come up with new and novel ways of killing Jews, with “iron and fire,” and they stressed their intention to stop the PA from any compromise in negotiations.

The real refugees

Hundreds of thousands of Jews and their descendants were expelled from Arab countries after the establishment of the State of Israel. If the ‘Pal-Arabs’ are entitled to compensation, shouldn’t Ayalon and his father be entitled to compensation?   Read the whole thing.

Ground Zero victory mosque imam refuses to condemn Hamas terror attack

Michael Goldfarb describes his efforts to obtain a condemnation of Tuesday night’s terror attack – in which four Israelis were murdered – from Ground Zero victory mosque imam Feisal Abdul Rauf>>>     (Read it here from Carl in J’lem)

Fairies, unicorns and a peaceful bi-national state George Bisharat, writing in the Washington Post, paints a lovely picture of how well a bi-national state in Palestine would work. (The Elder of Ziyon plucks this goose)

Abdul Rauf & the Treaty of Hudaybiyah:

“In a true peace it is impossible that a purely Jewish state of Palestine can endure…. In a true peace, Israel will, in our lifetimes, become one more Arab country, with a Jewish minority.”

Sounds just like Yasser Arafat or Abu Mazen, doesn’t he?

Same old, same old:

Nasrallah on al-Quds Day: No Giving up on a Single Grain of Palestinian Soil

“Israel is an illegitimate entity that was based in the first place on usurpation, killing and genocides, and its existence on the Palestinian land doesn’t grant it legitimacy,” Nasrallah added.   (IMRA)

US Assistant Secretary of State for Middle East Affairs Jeffrey Feltman said on Friday that the US wants the ‘peace talks’ to include Syria and Lebanon.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Near East Affairs Jeffery Feltman stated Friday that the United States wants peace in the region to include Lebanon and Syria, but added that there are great problems and challenges thwarting this aim.

Addressing the launch of direct Palestinian-Israeli negotiations, he told Al-Arabiya that the success of the negotiations is not guaranteed, but the U.S. will try all it can to ensure their success.

He stressed that it is in the U.S.’ interest to achieve peace, noting that both the Palestinians and Israelis agreed to reach a comprehensive peace agreement within a year.

“The nature and cause of the explosions are not yet clear,” he added. (UNIFIL is real effective, isn’t it? Heh.)

One of the ‘great problems and challenges’ is Hezbullah’s explosive response to Feltman’s statement.

Several explosions caused a large fire at a building in the southern town of Shehabiyeh on Friday amid reports that the blasts went off at a Hizbullah weapons depot.

“Three explosions went off in a house in Shehabiyeh” near the southern coastal city of Tyre, an army spokesman told Agence France Presse.

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    3 September 2010 Last updated at 19:54 GMT

    “Radical Islam is world’s greatest threat” – Tony Blair

    Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair has described radical Islam as the greatest threat facing the world today.

    He made the remark in a BBC interview marking the publication of his memoirs.

    Mr Blair said radical Islamists believed that whatever was done in the name of their cause was justified – including the use of chemical, biological or nuclear weapons.



    …” Mr Blair told the BBC his view of foreign policy had changed as a result of the 9/11 attacks: “After 11 September, rightly or wrongly, I felt the calculus of risk had changed.

    “There is the most enormous threat from the combination of this radical extreme movement and the fact that, if they could, they would use nuclear, chemical or biological weapons.

    “You can’t take a risk with that happening.”

    Mr Blair said he agonised over how to respond to radical Islam and still had doubts that he was right.

    These are really difficult issues, he said, but added: “This extremism is so deep that in the end they have to know that they’re facing a stronger will than theirs.” “.

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