The Palestinian zionist dictator Major General Adnan Al-Damiri, major political Commissioner and official spokesman of the Palestinian “security” organizations (the dictatorial boss of the police involved in torturing and murdering many Palestinian political elements at the Palestinian jails) announced that he was banning the gathering of Palestinians for peace demonstrations in support of the Egyptian people in the occupied Palestinian cities, small ghettos controlled by the dictatorial PA regime together with the Israeli occupation. Al-Damiri, the disgusting boss of the PA police, stated in a press release today noon and threatened a number of Palestinian peace activists who plan to hold a peaceful demonstration on next Friday Feb. 4 2011 in support of the Egyptian people rebelling against the dictatorial regime of president Hosni Mubarak.
Dictator Al-Damiri said that the Palestinian security organization bans any Palestinian gatherings associated with the revolutions in “our two brotherly countries” (meaning the dictatorships of Egypt and Tunisia) in support of this party or that. “Our ban is based on the rules of the PLO and the Palestinian National Authority”, (which is waived for Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa and the right of return to Israel for love of them in the U.S. Dollar).“They forbid the interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries and other states, and they respect the right to self-determination of the people in those countries”.
The tinpot under-dictator Al-Damiri conveniently forgot to mention that his salary and his regime and his rules and his censorship and his toilet paper are paid in full by israel and the USA and the EU. Why doesn’t he go to israel or the EU or the USA if he likes these countries and their money so much?
On the other hand, Palestinian criminal thugs from the PA security organizations protested today in support of Hosni Mubarak dictatorial regime.
According to Ma’an news – Palestinian Authority police beat back protesters with clubs and detained at least two at what witnesses described as a spontaneous rally and show of support for the Egyptian people as chaos hit Cairo streets.
“I was sick and tired of sitting at home and doing nothing,” one Ramallah resident said, explaining that she had seen on the social networking site Facebook that friends were attending a peaceful protest at 9 p.m. in the city center.
When she arrived shortly after nine, she said one protester was already being dragged away. “There were only 30 people there at the start,” she said, adding that after the arrests more gathered.
Palestinian police officials in Ramallah could not be reached for comment by phone, but told Ma’an earlier that officers would be “ready for any problems” that erupted.
Protesters said the event had been peaceful until police broke out batons and started pushing women at the front of the group back and away from the city center.
“Our rally was simply in support of Egypt,” one protester told Ma’an by phone, “we said nothing against the PA, we were not even out in the street.”
Earlier in the day, dozens of Fatah supporters had gathered in the same spot protesting in support of Mubarak. Protesters were said to have carried signs accusing Egyptian opposition leader Mohammed ElBaradei of being a CIA agent, according to a report in Israel’s The Jerusalem Post. (Comment not from Maan): as well the Palestinian authority is a CIA and Mossad agency).
The paper cited sources in Ramallah who said the demonstration was initiated by the PA leadership.
Turnout at the protest was low and there were no reports of arrests.
On Sunday, PA security forces shut down a demonstration in front of the Egyptian embassy in Ramallah, after calling in one of the organizers for questioning multiple times a day earlier, organizers of the rally said.
Forces pushed demonstrators and a man who identified himself as a police commander said the demonstrators were in a “security area” and would have to disperse, they said.