Sunday, January 28, 2007

Saudi King Abdullah & Satan, Prince of Darkness, urge peace talks in Mecca

Saudi King calls for talks to end Palestinian bloodshed
GAZA (al-Reuters) Jan. 27th-

Palestinian gunmen shot dead nine members of a Hamas police force, and a senior Fatah intelligence official was abducted in Gaza on Sunday as Saudi Arabia called for talks to end the spiralling violence.
A Hamas spokesman said a member of the Religion of Peace, Islam's movement "Executive Force", was "assassinated by members of Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades of Fatah", also a prime mover & shaker within the Religion of Peace, Islam, in southern Gaza. The shooting raised to 23 from three days of fierce clashes which have derailed unity talks between Fatah and Hamas, prompting Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah to invite both factions to talks in the holy city of Mecca.
"I invite them all for an urgent meeting in brotherly Saudi Arabia at the sacred house of Allah, the next tent over from the Giant Black Meteorite we worship, to discuss disputes in a neutral place, without intervention, except from the Mutaween, our Religious Police force." King Abdullah said in an open letter. The Hamas-led government said it accepted the king's invitation, and would send dozens of murderers to the conference in Mecca.
A senior Fatah official said the group welcomed the invitation and was also ready to kill during the talks. It was not immediately clear when the talks would be held; sounds of nearby exploding grenades and automatic weapons fire echoing in Gaza City made trouble to hear clearly, as the usual gun battles raged through the day.
Residents said some families were evacuating homes near the fighting. Others were keeping children inside as protection against Jews, and staying away from windows, fearing sniper fire from their friends, or enemies, as the case may be. Schools across the narrow territory, home to 1.5 million Palestinians, were closed on Sunday and only a few shops were open for people buying emergency supplies. Sales of hand grenades and 2 liter bottles of Iranian Napalm were brisk at local shops.
"We appeal to all our people, you have to preserve national unity. The language of dialogue and reason must prevail," Prime Minister Haniyeh of Hamas said at the start of an emergency cabinet meeting. Haniyeh urged Abbas to pull Fatah gunmen off the streets. But Fatah spokesman Tawfiq Abu Khoussa said the Hamas-led Executive Force was the major element in the continual killing of in-bred fighting.
At least 53 Palestinians have been killed in the bloodshed that erupted after Abbas, a moderate, called last month for early presidential elections after inconclusive talks with Hamas led to guns being drawn at the peace table. Hamas parliamentarians said on Sunday Abbas' calls for early elections "amount to a coup against the results of democracy. National dialogue cannot continue with leaders of the coup or those who support them," a Hamas delegate stated, while swallowing down a BLT sandwich.
While this attitude of conciliation, and with aim toward internal peace talk is never expressed in Lebanon, the other Muslim-war-torn, Middle East country, where the elected government's only Islamic kook opposition, Hezbollah, does the same dangerous, murderous actions, nonetheless, in the Gaza strip, a second tier, double-standard is taking hold.
The armed wing of Hamas, Izz el-Deen al-Qassam Brigades, urged security forces loyal to rival Fatah to reject orders to fight, saying they were being used to implement a U.S. agenda. "We will not stand handcuffed in the face of the crimes committed by the tools of America in Palestine," they said. "We need no impetus from Washington for us to want to kill each other! Have you taken a whiff of any one of that lowly Fatah swine lately?" a high ranking, though temporary spokesman for Hamas asked.
Hamas has struggled to govern since taking office in March under the weight of U.S.-backed sanctions imposed over its refusal to recognize Israel, renounce violence, or to act like actual, current members of the human race.
In todays skirmishes, Satan himself took up a watchful position on a rooftop, as Hamas and Fatah gunmen exchanged fire below. There were also gun battles outside the headquarters of the Hamas-led police, witnesses said. In the West Bank city of Nablus at least five Hamas supporters, including a city councillor, were abducted by the Fatah-linked Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades. Nine Fatah and nine Hamas supporters were still held in Gaza.

Satan, it was reported by eye witnesses, seemed quite pleased.


Very Rev. Fr. Gregori said...

That is one meeting that should be interesting. Just exactly what do two groups, that love to kill and butcher, talk about to stop killing?
It is just one of those things that make you go hmmmmmm.

These decendants of Ishmael never were able to get along with others, let alone with themselves. Even God said that they would always be at odds with their brothers (the Jews) and with each other. So, I for one, do not hold out much hope for those talks to succeed.

one southern belle said...

Okay...I mean should write for The Onion.