SCUMBAG NETANYAHU SAID THAT HAMAS ARE TERRORISTS. NOW LOOK HERE THE WHOLE WORLD KNOWS ZIONIST ISRAEL IS A REAL TERRORIST STATE!!
Netanyahu Urges World Not To Recognize Palestinian Unity Government
Published on Jun 1, 2014
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday warned against any international rush to recognize a Palestinian government due to be announced under a unity pact between the Fatah and Hamas Islamist groups. Israel and the West classify Hamas as a terrorist organization and have no official dealings with the movement, which advocates the destruction of the Jewish state.
Jerusalem (AFP) – World governments should not rush to approve the new Palestinian cabinet, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday, after the Palestinians accused the Jewish state of punishing them over a unity deal.
“I call on all responsible elements within the international community not to hurry to recognise the Palestinian government that Hamas is part of, and which relies on Hamas,” the rightwing premier told ministers at the weekly cabinet meeting, saying it would “strengthen terror”.
Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas has said the new government, which is to be sworn in on Monday in Ramallah, will be a government of political independents that will reject violence, recognise Israel and abide by all existing agreements.
Although the formal line-up has not yet been made public, it has been pieced together by Abbas’s mainstream Fatah movement and Gaza’s Islamist Hamas rulers in line with a reconciliation deal inked in April.
Technocratic in nature, it will not have a political mandate but will be tasked with organising elections within six months.
According to a draft obtained by AFP, the new government will have 17 ministers, five of them from Gaza, and will be headed by Rami Hamdallah who will also hold the interior portfolio.
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: ‘’Hamas is a terrorist organization that calls for the destruction of Israel and the international community must not embrace it. This will not strengthen peace, it will strengthen terrorism.”
JERUSALEM (EJP)—Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has sworn in a new unity government, agreed upon by rival factions Fatah and Hamas.
The government will be headed by Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah, and includes 17 ” politically independent ministers”, five of them from Gaza.It will be tasked with holding elections within six months.Abbas praised the new government saying on Monday, “Today, with the formation of a national consensus government, we announce the end of a Palestinian division that has greatly damaged our national case.”On the eve of the announcement, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged world leaders not to recognize the unity government ‘’of which Hamas is a part and which rests on Hamas,’ saying it will strengthen terror not peace.‘’Hamas is a terrorist organization that calls for the destruction of Israel and the international community must not embrace it. This will not strengthen peace, it will strengthen terrorism,’’ he said at the weekly cabinet meeting on Sunday.
Published time: June 03, 2014 16:12
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks before the start of the weekly cabinet meeting on May 18, 2014 in Jerusalem (AFP Photo / Pool)
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu strongly criticized the Obama administration for pledging to work with the new Palestinian unity government on Tuesday, saying he is “deeply troubled” by the decision.
Additionally, Netanyahu’s office threatened to levy further sanctions on the West Bank-based Palestinian Authority over its decision to reconcile with Gaza-based Hamas, which has been labeled a terrorist organization by the US, European Union, and Israel.
The remarks came just one day after the US and EU stated they would recognize and continue to fund the Fatah-Hamas governing alliance, despite objections by the Jewish state. As RT reported previously, Netanyahu had urged the world to reject the unity government due to the involvement of Hamas, a group committed to the destruction of Israel.
Speaking with the Associated Press, Netanyahu expressed frustration over the development.
“I’m deeply troubled by the announcement that the United States will work with the Palestinian government backed by Hamas,” he said, adding that the group has murdered “countless innocent civilians.”
“All those who genuinely seek peace must reject President Abbas’ embrace of Hamas, and most especially, I think the United States must make it absolutely clear to the Palestinian president that his pact with Hamas, a terrorist organization that seeks Israel’s liquidation, is simply unacceptable.”
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas arrives for a meeting with Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro at Miraflores Palace in Caracas, May 16, 2014. (photo by REUTERS/Jorge Silva)
Now that a national unity government will be established in Palestine, Israel has stated it “will not deal with a government ‘backed by Hamas,’ even if the ministers themselves are not politically affiliated,” according to The New York Times.
What would Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu say if the new Palestinian government refused to deal with a Cabinet including Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman, and leader of the right-wing HaBayit HaYehudi party Naftali Bennett? Does Israel dictate who represents the Palestinians? I think the national government of the Palestinian state will now refuse such dictates because it is ready for negotiations.
According to The New York Times, the formation of a Palestinian government “has disrupted any prospect of a resumption of American-brokered peace talks” since Israel will not deal with a Hamas-backed government. Well, that is for the United States to decide.
The European Union has made available €200 million to ensure support to the Palestinian Authority (PA) and United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), in order to provide vital basic services to the Palestinian people (such as education, health relief and social services).
This is the first tranche of EU support to the Palestinian people for 2014 and consists of two main actions: a contribution of €130 million, through the PEGASE mechanism, to the Palestinian Authority and a contribution of €70 million to the General Fund of UNRWA.
LOOK AT GAZA AND ALL OF YOU WILL UNDERSTAND WHY I AM IN CONSTANT PAIN!
I AGREED TO BE CREAMED THE 3rd TIME WHEN THE PETITION SIGNATURES REACH 1,948 TO SIGNIFY NAKBA THE YEAR OF OCCUPATION.
Gaza in Plain Language—Revisited. Honoring the March to Gaza. Now on March 4th, 2011
WHERE IS THE WORLD CONSCIOUSNESS ARE YOU STILL GOING TO BE SILENCE?
Ex-Congresswoman Ms McKinney said,”In the fight against bigotry, we stand together, and we must. In the fight against injustice, we stand together, and we must. In the fight against intimidation, we stand together, and we must. After all, a government that launches wars to steal another person’s birthright will do anything to any of us.”
THE VOICES I HEARD LOUD AND CLEAR IS CALLING FOR A WORLDWIDE MOVEMENT TO LIBERATE PALESTINE!
YES, WE ALL MUST STAND TOGETHER AS ONE UNITED PEOPLE TO DEFEAT THE EVIL ZIONIST JEWS IF NOT THAT WILL BE THE DEMISE OF OUR ONE WORLD!
There is a dire need for an immediate new more assertive Palestinian political strategy. There is an urgent need for a new more effective Palestinian election, involving not only Palestinians under Israeli occupation, but also Palestinians in all Palestinian refugee camps and in exile, to choose a more representing political body, who would sincerely and assertively fight for the Palestinian rights on the international arena. The 17 years old Palestinian negotiating team with its futile negotiate-only mindset needs to be dismantled and be replaced with another team who is ready to negotiate only after Israel withdraws back to 1967 borders. The effectiveness of this new Palestinian body depends on the Arab League re-instating the Palestinian issue as the major Arab cause in totality and to support Palestinians in every form of resistance.
Further, and most important, the legitimate armed resistance to Israeli occupation must be re-introduced alongside the political struggle as an indispensable method for liberation. Aggressive armed resistance to the Israeli occupation is the only deterrent Palestinians have to stop Israeli expansion. The Egyptian October 1973 War liberating Suez Canal and Hezbollah’s liberation of south Lebanon in 2000 serve as good examples for the saying “what was stolen by force could not be regained except by force”.