Time for Khalid Mishaal to check into a mental hospital

17 09 2009

Few days ago, Khalid Mishaal, the leader of Hamas announced from all places, Khartoum that Hamas in Gaza not only import weapons, but also manufactures and export weapons as well.  He commended the Sudanese government for its steadfastness and resolve against international pressure to end the war in Darfur and of course protecting its own backyards from the far reach of the Israeli air force. Read the rest of this entry »


Perhaps it is time to bring criminal and civil charges against Israel, the PLO, USA, Syria and the Lebanese Forces for the massacres in Lebanon

16 09 2009

Special Note: Today marks the anniversary September 16-18, 1982, when the criminal army of Israel and its allies the Lebanese Forces stormed the refugee camps of Sabra and Shatilla and went on a killing binge murdering thousands of innocent men, women and children. Ariel Sharon went on to become the Israeli Prime Minister to continue with his criminal history as a terrorists and mass murder. Elie Hobeika of the Lebanese Forces went on to become a key minister in Lebanon with the support of the late Hafiz Assad. Others who were involved became trusted financial advisors for Arafat and his wife Suha. Of course Arafat and his PLO simply turned his back to the people and never bothered to open an inquiry let alone file civil and criminal charges against governments and individuals who committed such a heinous crime. Read the rest of this entry »


What is wrong with the Palestinians? A whole lot.

23 07 2009

There is something very wrong with people who claim to be smart, intelligent, educated, hard working, honest, nationalists, and decent to accept such a stupid, corrupt, incompetent, reckless, useless leadership and organization for the last 45 year that failed at every thing it set out to do turning the PLO to a manager and contractor of the Jewish Occupation with leadership that at best can be described as self serving, racketeering mafia that made financial fortunes for its self and members of their families fleecing national treasury ,while claiming to represent and lead the Palestinian people toward liberation and independence. The Palestinians remain under Occupation till now. Read the rest of this entry »


A Demilitarized Palestine, Yes. A Demilitarized Israel, Why Not!

28 06 2009

Last week, when Bibi Netanyahu, the pathetic snake charmer of Israel demanded the demilitarization of a future state of Palestine among many of his preconditions, prerequisites, and demands. For agreeing to consider let alone agree to such a state, no one within the Ramallah leadership or among world leaders took Bibi and his Chutzpah demanding the same of a garrison Sparta Israel to disarm. It seems that both the Palestinians leadership is as coward lacking the backbone as those of the leadership of the West when it comes to mighty Israel. Hardly any one of significance even raised the issue of a demilitarized Israel as well. Read the rest of this entry »


Diaspora Palestinians, Act Now Before it is Too Late!

8 06 2009

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If no actions are taken and taken soon, the Diaspora Palestinians all without exception would have forfeited their inalienable rights to qualified and professional representations in the final peace negotiations that will take place soon between the Palestine Liberation Organization, the Palestinian Authority Israel and the United States. Read the rest of this entry »


The Palestinians;The Right of Return and the Right of Choice

15 05 2009

Today, May 15th mark the 61st anniversary of the Nakba, or Exile of Palestinians from their homes, villages and farms driven out by the raging Jewish terrorists groups in their mission to establish the State of Israel. 45 years also passed since the establishment of the PLO as the Palestinian liberation organization dedicated to the liberation of Palestine from Zionists. Rather than liberation and the realization of the Right of Return, the PLO and its leaders of Arafat, Abbas and Qurai exchange the “Right of Return” to the “Right to Manage” the Jewish Occupation of what remained of historic Palestine, of course minus Jerusalem, minus all the land taken for Jewish Settlements and Jewish Roads and the Apartheid Wall and the more than 615 Israeli Security Check Points. 15 years passed since the signing of Oslo and the present Palestinian leadership continue to negotiate failing at every step, failing to even achieve minor relief for the millions of Palestinians, such as the removal of single checkpoints or allowing a dying mother pass through to go to a hospital. If the past is an indication of the future then the Diaspora Palestinians have a long time to wait. Perhaps the best thing they can do is to exchange the “Right of Return” for the “Right of Choice”. Read the rest of this entry »


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