Monday, August 29, 2005

The Palestinian Peace Process

...can best be appreciated in this story from yesterday.

Twenty-one people were wounded Sunday, two seriously, in a suicide bombing at a central bus station in the southern Israeli town of Beersheba, Israeli officials said.

It was the first such attack by Palestinian militants since Israel's historic pullout from Gaza and the West Bank.

No good deed goes unpunished, I guess.

The Left will completely sweep this little atrocity under the rug and keep on supporting the pitiful human beings who run the PA ;continue to denounce Israel and continue to blame the Jewish state for the failure of Peace; and for the "plight" of the poor abused Palestinians.

Meanwhile, the Palestinians know they will never be called to account for statements like this, this or this by their adoring public.

More thoughts on "Life After Gaza" here.

The Palestinians don't want a state. They just want to live in hate. Like many of the psychopaths and substance abusers given a "second chance" to turn their lives around by the court, the Palestinian leadership has cynically used numerous opportunities to act out the essential deadness within their souls. At the present time, their national mental state--paranoia, psychotic delusions, suicidal and homicidal behavior; unrepentant aggression and hatred-- is unlikely to result in a good prognosis for the future of the Palestinians.

And it doesn't take a psychiatrist to come to that conclusion.

UPDATE: From the Jerusalem Post today:

A 14-year-old Palestinian was arrested after he was caught carrying three pipe bombs through the Hawara checkpoint south of Nablus Monday afternoon.

The teenager set off the alarm of the metal detector positioned at the crossing, alerting soldiers manning the position.

He was found to be carrying in a bag three pipe bombs that were to be activated by a friction type detonator. The bombs were packed with explosives, as well as shrapnel and glass balls.

All part of the Palestinian Peace Process.

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