Today On Holden’s Obsession With The Gaggle

Poor BenightedDana…

Q Israel, and Hamas’s reported willingness to engage in a peace deal. Do you have any reaction on that?

MS. PERINO: Well, I think that — you’re referring to what President Carter said about what he was told? I think that what you have to do is look at — it’s possible that that was whispered in his ear in a private meeting. We did not support the private meeting, a meeting with a terrorist organization.

Proven Wrong Again

DAMASCUS (Reuters) – Islamist Hamas group Hamas said on Monday it would accept the establishment of a Palestinian state on land occupied by Israel in the 1967 Middle East war, but it was not prepared to recognize the Jewish state.

Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal, in an apparent softening of the group’s position, was confirming an account of his remarks given by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter after two meetings in Damascus over the weekend.

“We accept a state on the June 4 line with Jerusalem as capital, real sovereignty and full right of return for refugees but without recognizing Israel,” Meshaal told reporters, referring to the borders as they stood before the 1967 war.

3 thoughts on “Today On Holden’s Obsession With The Gaggle

  1. Proven wrong again?
    I don’t think so. Let me translate Hamas’ offer for those who are blind because they will not see: 10 years of peace? this is so Hamas can rearm itself with weapons provided by their peace-loving Arab neighbors. As soon as they think they are strong enough, that’s the end of the peace. Not recognize Israel? Well, surely I don’t have to explain what that means.
    Grow up. This group has never shown any interest in real peace. They have turned the small area they do control into an armed camp designed to attack Israel. They will promise anything to the West to get what they want, with no intention of keeping their promise. You can deny this only by denying Hamas’ whole history.

  2. … They’re going to rearm and then attack a country with one of the best-equipped and -trained armies in the world, F-16s, cruise missiles, laser-guided bombs, tanks, helicopter gunships, and nuclear weapons?
    Yeah, I bet that’ll be a real nightmare for the IDF. I mean, because the combined might of all of its Arab neighbors required a few weeks to crush, THREE TIMES IN A ROW, back when the IDF was not NEARLY as well-equipped, and the neighbors’ ARMIES were in better shape than they were now. A handful of terrorists is clearly an existential threat.
    Nobody’s buying it any more. Stop occupying their country.

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