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John Kerry Violated the Oslo Accords

The Oslo Accords state that the Palestinian Authority is committed to stop all incitement. Kerry last week openly warned Israel of a new intifada. On the other hand, the US did not commit itself not to incite.
Kerry Loves His Peace Process

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This type of notice is traditionally posted after someone’s death. The fact that Alatrash posted it two days before he died strongly suggests that he was preparing to take his own life, the IDF reported.

In this second message, posted just hours before the attack, Alatrash wrote: “God, take me to you. Your servants have been making it hard on me.”

Later the same day, another Palestinian Authority terrorist tried to kill Jews at the Tapuach Junction in northern Samaria, shooting at soldiers and hitchhikers at a bus stop. Soldiers at the scene killed the attacker.

Firebomb and rock-throwing attacks, which are rarely reported as attempted murders, continue to plague Jewish motorists and passengers throughout Judea and Samaria.

Two Israelis escaped with their lives early Friday morning when Arab terrorists threw firebombs at their car near Tekoa, east of Efrat in Gush Etzion, turning the vehicle into a ball of flames. The driver and a passenger were rushed to a Jerusalem hospital for treatment of wounds.

Rock-throwing attacks were reported on Sunday north of Hevron, where a bus sustained damage, and near Tekoa on Saturday, where a vehicle was damaged. In both cases, no one was injured.

Saturday night, soldiers discovered four pipe bombs in possession of a Palestinian Authority terrorist during an inspection at a checkpoint near Jericho.

Since none of the above terrorist attacks succeeded to kill any Jews, the journalists wearing their traditional blinders can report with a straight face what Kerry said last week, “The Palestinians and President Abbas have committed themselves to non-violence.”

About the Author: Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.


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9 Responses to “John Kerry Violated the Oslo Accords”

  1. Guy Peters says:

    Him & the fraud ” palis ” !

  2. Neal Best says:

    I’s amazing how people in such important roles can be so incompetent

  3. ¡Man without memory, stupid man!

  4. Lee Warren says:

    kerry is another fool in the obama regime.

  5. Gil Gilman says:

    Neal Best, and Lee Warren, I cannot fully agree with you…Kerry is neither incompetent, nor a fool. He knows what he is doing, and is skillful at it. It is much like the veteran railroad engineer and crew who skillfully guide themselves and their passengers down the track and out of the city. Unfortunately it is the wrong track, for there is a freight train loaded with chemical weapons and explosives headed the opposite direction, on the same track. It is his skill, and knowledge that make him an incompetent fool.

  6. Kerry, yet another self hating American (part) Jew. YES, There is NO "Irish Blood in his veins. His Grandfather, Fritz Cohen changed the family name from Its Jewish original and his mother's family was French and Scottish.

  7. iSRAEL SHOULD DECLARE PERSONA NON GRATA" TO JOHN KERRY.

  8. AC Stubbs says:

    Kerry is an embarassing fool

  9. Ariella Butler says:

    are you serious??? omg. that brings erev rav to a whole new level.

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