Sunday, February 4, 2007

They Said It, Not Me

Straight from the horse's mouth, quotes from Palestinians on their civil war:

A 30-year-old mother of three:
"We are telling the world that we don't deserve a state because we are murdering each other and destroying our universities, colleges, mosques and hospitals." ...
So you were much more deserving when you were simply Jew-killing terrorists?
"Today I'm ashamed to say that I'm a Palestinian."
Just now today? I was ashamed about the way you people behave a long time ago.

A 40-year-old businessman:

"If the situation does not improve, I will take my family and go to Jordan. This is not the Palestine we want to live in."
Was the Palestine that celebrates the murders of Jews exclusively a preferable place to live?

An editor of the PA-funded daily newspaper:
"Tens of millions of people now look at us as worthless gangsters with no values," he complained.
What a waste. All those years of building the image of being the terrorist murderers of thousands of Israeli civilians, down the tubes!
Addressing both Hamas and Fatah, he added: "Take Gaza and turn it into a state of the Muslim Brotherhood. Take the West Bank and establish a state of your own there with all the Abu's. Your people no longer want a state. We no longer like our killers and executioners."
Yes, your killers and executioners were much more lovable when they were spilling Jewish blood.

A columnist:
"The world is watching how the Palestinians are destroying their institutions and achievements with their own hands." ...
This may come as a surprise to them, but the world has been been watching that for quite some time now.
"They see how we are mercilessly slaughtering innocent people." ...
Like when you slaughter Israelis? We noticed that long ago.
"We are losing the sympathy of the world. I'm afraid the world will now view us differently."
Actually, this is what the world has come to expect from Palestinians. If anyone now views them differently, it is because they are seeing who and what Palestinians really are all about.

Palestinians celebrating terror

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