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Thursday, January 06, 2011

The Abbas Way: If Israel Won't Release Palestinians With Blood On Their Hands--I Will!

And I pardon you...and you...and you...

Everyone's favorite moderate is at it again, as Abbas's idea of being a peace partner is releasing murderers:

Four months ago Israelis were shocked by the murder of four Jews near the town of Beit Chaggai in Judea. The four were shot at close range by Palestinian Authority terrorists.

Those killed were Yitzchak and Talya Imes, parents of six; Kochava Even-Chaim, who was survived by her husband and a young daughter, and newlywed Avishai Shindler.

On Thursday, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas decided to release one of the killers. Wael Bitar of Hevron was let out of a PA prison along with five other Hamas terrorists, according to Voice of Israel radio.
Arutz Sheva doesn't come right out and say it, but basically Abbas is merely doing on his own what he wants Israel to do: release all Palestinian terrorists who are currently in Israeli prisons, regardless of whether they actually have blood on their hands or not.
The PA has often demanded that Israel release or pardon terrorists as a “good-will gesture” during negotiations. Abbas has repeatedly said that his ultimate goal is the release of all PA terrorists from Israeli prisons, including those guilty of multiple murders.
As a final note, the article points out that not only does the Palestinian Authority provide money Palestinian terrorists--it also rewards the more serious terrorists:
A special PA ministry provides for terrorists in Israeli prisons, sending them money, with more given to those who have committed more serious offenses. The PA 'Minister of Prisoners Affairs' recently rewarded a woman for having raised four sons who all murdered Israelis.
As absurd as this is, how absurd is it that Israel allows that money to be distributed?
It's last past time to stop facilitating this kind of lunacy.

Hat tip: Challah Hu Akbar via twitter

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