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Whose Victory?

You'll recall that Israel released 255 "Palestinian" prisoners on Friday, an opportunity for the "Palestinians" to participate in a massive festival of propaganda.

Freed Palestinian prisoners flash the V for 'victory' sign from a bus after being released and formally handed over in Ramallah. Israel freed more than 250 Palestinian prisoners met by joyful relatives, in the biggest such release in two years intended to bolster president Mahmud Abbas against Hamas.(AFP/Jack Guez)


Fast-forward to today, and notice how the tone is:

Palestinian boys attend a protest calling for the release of Palestinian prisoners from Israeli jails, in Gaza July 23, 2007. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)


Now, it's important to point out that the top picture, of the prisoners being released, is of released terrorists peace-lovers from the "moderate" killers of Fatah, whereas the bottom picture comes from the "extreme" bloodthirsty killers of Hamas. From this, we learn that the Hamas response to Israel's release of "non-violent" Fatah prisoners is to yell, shout, scream, march, and cajole the international press until Hamas has a "Me Too!" prisoner release all its own.

It's not like these types of temper tantrums are unusual for the Palestinians. After all, it's the only form of "dialogue" in their vocabulary.

It'll be interesting to see how long this persists before Israel caves in the next time.

 Tags: mohammed salem REUTERS Intifada

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