Saturday, December 31, 2005

Israel's 'peace' partner

Arutz Sheva:

Norwegian poll, which was not published in Israeli media, reveals that two-thirds of Palestinian Authority (PA) Arabs support Al Qaeda terrorist attacks and 50 percent back suicide bombings.
The poll was carried out by Fafo, an independent Norwegian research foundation that receives donations for Norway's trade union and Norwegian corporations.

Fafo headlined its press release by stating that "Palestinians support the cease-fire, but actions against Israel [are] still seen as legitimate." However, the survey results buried toward the bottom of the release state, "Sixty-nine percent of Palestinians see violent action as a legitimate means in the current political situation and half of them believe that suicide attacks are necessary to force Israel to make political concessions.
"The last survey figure shows that 65 percent of the respondents support Al Qaeda terrorist attacks in Europe and the United States, both of which recently have increased financial aid to the PA.
The respondents, while supporting the terrorist attacks, contradicted themselves, with 57 percent believing the Intifada should stop. In addition, 83 percent stated it is in their best interest to keep the "cease fire," referring to the February Sharm el-Sheik agreement...
posted by Yeshiva Orthodoxy
at 8:44 PM

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