Straigth from the Jerusalem Cloakroom #189, February 27, 2006
1. 57% of Americans oppose foreign aid to Palestinians, according to a February 2006 Gallup poll.
The New York Sun, Opinion Section, February 27, 2006
A 57% majority of Americans oppose foreign aid to Palestinians, according to a February 2006 Gallup poll. They know that persisting in financial assistance to a rogue regime amounts to a repeat of past mistakes, rather than learning from them.
Straight from the Jerusalem Cloakroom #184, September 25, 2005
1. THE 1993-94 IMPORTATION OF THE PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY (PA) from terrorist camps in Iraq, Yemen, Sudan, Tunisia and Lebanon created the largest terrorist base in the Middle East. The PA, rather than Hamas, has provided the overriding manpower, hate-education, logistics and operational capabilities, which have produced an unprecedented wave of Palestinian terrorism. Suspension of disbelief has presented the PA as a partner for peace, rather than a terrorist regime. It is consistent with Oslo wishful-thinking, but inconsistent with Middle East reality and with an effective battle against global terrorism.
Straight from the Jerusalem Cloakroom #177, May 19, 2005
Will the White House welcome Abu Mazen in view of the following achievements? Will Congress tolerate foreign aid, which would reward the following achievements? Would the US welcome and assist an Iraqi/Afghani leader, who would demonstrate such achievements?
Straight from the Jerusalem Cloakroom #172, January 18, 2005
It doesn't matter how one defines next week's Palestinian election. Election held by a totalitarian/terrorist regime is not free!
Ynet Hebrew Edition, January 14, 2005
The stronger the flow of Israeli and Western greetings to the office of Abu Mazen, the weaker is the prospect for the rise of a moderate Palestinian leadership, and the slimmer is the chance for peace.
Ynet Hebrew Edition, December 27, 2004
The Palestinian elections, which will be held in January 2005 cannot be free. Free election on one hand, and the nature of the Palestinian Authority on the other hand, constitutes an oxymoron.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2004/nov/29/20041129-095026-7116r/?page=1, November 30, 2004
The US would not negotiate with any member of the Taliban or Ba'th regimes. A prerequisite for the emergence of a moderate Palestinian regime is the elimination of the current rogue Palestinian regime. A precondition for the holding of free Palestinian election, and for the attainment of a durable Israeli-Palestinian accord, is the uprooting of the regime, which has ruthlessly dominated the Palestinian scene since 1964. The old Palestinian regime has been the role model of international terrorism, inter-Arab treachery, serial non-compliance with agreements, hate education, corruption and suppression of Palestinian human rights.
Straight from the Jerusalem Cloakroom #171, November 26, 2004
1. The US would not legitimize anyone from Bin Laden’s or Saddam’s regime. A prerequisite for free elections, for a moderate Palestinian regime, and for a durable Israeli-Palestinian accord, is the elimination of the rogue PLO/PA regime, the role model of terrorism, inter-Arab treachery, corruption and suppression of Palestinian human rights.
Straight from Jerusalem Cloakroom #160, May 12, 2004
1. Palestinian Authority’s (PA's) top Muslim clerics instigate the Iraqi People, and the Muslim world, against the US. PA's chief Muslim cleric, Mufti Akrameh Sabri: "The US epitomizes and leads evil and arrogance, threatening Islam... The US has introduced plunder and murder into Faluja and other parts of the globe, where the US is robbing Islamic resources... All Muslims should pray for the souls of the martyrs [homicide bombers] in Iraq and in Palestine..." (April 23, 2004