But deep down, they really, really want peace. And they’re starving in the world’s largest concentration camp, but somehow they have been able to scrape together enough pennies to buy
some food for their families anti-aircraft missiles.
Speaking at a Likud meeting, PM expresses concern over weapons in the Strip “that can take down an aircraft en route to Ben Gurion airport.”
Speaking at a Likud meeting Monday afternoon, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu expressed concern that aircraft flying near the Gaza Strip may be exposed to anti-aircraft systems.
“Today we are experiencing difficulty flying near the Gaza Strip since they have in their possession anti-aircraft missiles,” explained Netanyahu. “Imagine that there are no security arrangements, and there will be missiles that can take down an aircraft that is en route to Ben Gurion airport.”
“I heard Abu Mazen’s interview yesterday,” Netanyahu said in reaction to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’s interview to Channel 1 on Sunday. “I would rather talk to him face to face. The interview took place seven minutes from here. A direct conversation can advance the resolution to the conflict.”
Netanyahu added that, “the discussion on new [settlement] building is only an artificial obstacle.” “Even the Palestinians say that the building is insignificant and barely has an effect on a final-status map,” explained the prime minister. “I say it has no impact at all.”
Netanyahu continued to say that, “If the Palestinians want to continue the conflict, they can find a way. But if they want to solve it, I have ways of doing it. The security problems are real, so the solutions must be real and not just on paper.”…
But of course, the Palestinian Arabs don’t want to solve the problems. They want to continue the conflict. The jihad doctrine allows for nothing else.