"Moderate" Palestinian leader embraced and kissed every single released murderer

In what observers describe as a new blow to peace, Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas glorifies released prisoner who slaughtered young students

by the commentator on 31 October 2013 14:33

Respected media watchdog Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) has today released the latest, shocking revelations on "moderate" Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas's glorification of terrorist murderers. The PMW report comes after Israel released more than 20 Palestinian prisoners from Israeli jails this week as part of the peace negotiations brokered by US Secretary of State John Kerry.

As PMW reported in a statement just published:

"PA Chairman Abbas and many other senior PA and Fatah leaders welcomed 21 of the terrorists, celebrating their release. Greeting them as heroes on stage and kissing each one, Abbas addressed the audience and the terrorists, each of whom was convicted of murder:

 

"We welcome our heroic brothers who come from behind bars to the world of freedom. We congratulate ourselves and we congratulate all of you in this great celebration that unifies and returns our sons to us, Abbas said."

 

PMW went on to say:

 

"Among the released terrorists was murderer Issa Abd Rabbo, who was serving two life sentences for murdering two Israeli university students, Ron Levi and Revital Seri. They were hiking south of Jerusalem on Oct. 22, 1984 when he tied them up at gun point, put bags over their heads and then shot and murdered them both.

 

"On stage, Abbas held up murderer Abd Rabbo's hand in front of the cheering crowd. Abd Rabbo made the sign of victory."

 

Critics of the current round of negotiations say that it is not possible to distinguish between "moderates" and "extremists" among Palestinian groupings, and that until a significant section of Palestinian political society rejects lethal violence, and its glorification, peace talks are futile.

 

Mahmoud Abbas wrote his Phd in Moscow on a theme that diminished the Holocaust.

 

Dipomats described his embrace of the released convicts as "unhelpful".

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