Palestinian Ambassador calls Israel to Arrest Haniyeh and Invade Gaza

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سفير فلسطيني يهددنا بالقضاء

سفير فلسطيني محبط من تصرفات الرئيس محمود عباس والرؤساء العرب إتجاه غزة
سفير فلسطيني يدعو إسرائيل لأعتقال هنية والزهار بملابسهم الداخلية وتدمير المساجد واجتياح غزة
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Update: I have been forced to delete the name of said ambassador due to intervention of a lawyer threatening to sue me on behalf of his customer, a Palestinian ambassador, because I supposedly touched his honor with this article. I sent the Ambassador office a link to my article when I publish it. He has neither answered me nor denied the allegation. Instead he chose to engage a lawyer to threaten me. If the ambassador who I originally named choses to send me a denial stating that he is not the ambassador named in the Ha’aretz article quoted below, I will publish it in full and add my apologies. My apologies for the miss understanding.

The Palestinian Permanent Representative of the Palestinian National Authority in XXXXXX, XXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX (XXXXXXXX XXXX XXXXX)  XXXX XX XXX XXXXXXXXX in Gaza, XXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX) called Israel to invade Gaza and to arrest Ismael Haniyeh and Dr. Mahmoud Al- Zahar of Hamas “in underwear” and to “not stop in the middle of the way as they did in 2008”. He also called the Israelis to destroy all the mosques in the Gaza Strip, saying: “If there should be a ground operation in Gaza, this time I expect to see [Hamas prime minister] Ismail Haniyeh and [high-ranking Hamas leader] Mahmoud al-Zahar in their underwear”, and “The Hamas offices that were destroyed are not important. The real offices are the mosques, which are connected to a widespread network of tunnels. Everything happens underground”.

Full text quoted from Ha’aretz is below:

Palestinian Ambassador calls Israel to Arrest Haniyeh and Invade Gaza

Palestinian ambassador tells Israeli counterpart: Hamas must go

Palestinian from Gaza tells Israeli that the offices destroyed by IDF operation are not important. ‘The real offices are the mosques which are connected to a widespread network of tunnels. Everything happens underground.’

By Barak Ravid – Nov.21, 2012 | 8:13 PM | 25

As the Israel Air Force continued to pulverize Gaza and Hamas fired rockets at the south of Israel last Monday, an Israeli ambassador telephoned his Palestinian counterpart. Both officials have served for several years in the capital of the same major country. The Israeli ambassador was calling to ask after the welfare of the Palestinian ambassador’s family, who lives in Gaza.

The Israeli ambassador, an experienced and admired diplomat, heard that the Palestinian ambassador was confused, depressed, and frustrated over the situation in Gaza and the behavior of Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) and his colleagues in Arab countries. “Not one of the 19 Arab ambassadors stationed here called to ask how I’m doing or if everything’s all right,” the Palestinian ambassador told the Israeli.

The Israeli ambassador quickly sent a telegram to the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem reporting the conversation in great detail. The telegram reached me. I will provide its contents here, with small omissions in order to protect the Palestinian ambassador and his family.

The Palestinian ambassador said that if Israel expanded the operation in Gaza, it must work to overthrow Hamas, instead of stopping in the middle, as it did in Operation Cast Lead in 2008. “If there should be a ground operation in Gaza, this time he expects to see [Hamas prime minister] Ismail Haniyeh and [high-ranking Hamas leader] Mahmoud al-Zahar in their underwear, as he put it,” the Israeli ambassador wrote, quoting his Palestinian colleague. “Otherwise, there is no sense in another operation, as big as it may be.”

Later on in the telegram, the Israeli ambassador repeated some harsh statements that the Palestinian ambassador had made against Hamas. “The Hamas offices that were destroyed are not important. The real offices are the mosques, which are connected to a widespread network of tunnels. Everything happens underground,” the Palestinian ambassador said. “Hamas has no regrets over the destruction in Gaza. On the contrary. Hamas gets a great deal of economic and political benefit from the terrible destruction because of the large donations that will come from the world and the political image of the organization that stands on the front line against Israel.”

The Palestinian continued his verbal attack on Hamas and the Arab world. “The call to open the Rafah border crossing is nothing but lip service,” he said. “Hamas has no problem with it being closed – that only adds to the profit Hamas makes from the tunnels…. The Arab world leans more in Hamas’ direction these days, and Egypt takes the lead in that. The Egyptian prime minister’s visit to Gaza would never have taken place in Mubarak’s time…. The Arabs’ pilgrimage to Gaza focuses attention exclusively on Hamas, which is accumulating points among the Palestinian public and in the Arab world.”

After venting his anger against Hamas, the Palestinian ambassador turned his criticism on the man who had appointed him to the position: Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas. He claimed that Abbas and his advisers believe that the military operation in Gaza is a conspiracy to sabotage the Palestinian action in the United Nations.

This is how the Israeli ambassador described the Palestinian ambassador’s statements in his telegram to the Foreign Ministry: “Abu Mazen never troubled to bring the residents of Gaza close to him. He does not like Gaza, and if he could get rid of it, he would be happy to do so. Therefore, he is in no hurry to visit Gaza to show leadership and presence. The reason has nothing to do with security. He could have arranged such a visit with a foreign leader, thus making an unequivocal statement that Gaza is part of the future Palestinian state. Currently, this is not sufficiently clear, and time is working against the Palestinian Authority and its chairman. One way or another, Abu Mazen’s time is more or less up. The problem is who will replace him.”

Palestine Slaughtered, Palestinian Embassy Sings and Dances
رسالة تطالب سفير فلسطين في برلين إلغاء إحتفالية 20 نوفمبر 2012 – في ظل مذابح اطفال فلسطين في غزة واحتراما لدماء الشهداء
السفير الفلسطيني في ألمانيا يبكي ويشكي عدم دعوة الجالية اليهودية له للمشاركة في إحتفالات المحرق

السفير الفلسطيني يطالب … والدول العربية والإسلامية بتدريس المحرقة اليهودية من جيل إلى جيل
الجالية اليهودية في ألمانيا ترفض مقابلة الرئيس عباس وممثله عبد الشافي
Palestinian Officials Pilgrimage to the Auschwitz
Holocaust Industry and PA Propaganda

11 comments to Palestinian Ambassador calls Israel to Arrest Haniyeh and Invade Gaza

  • George

    He sounds lIke he works for israel. Does he have a 3 storey townhouse reserved for him on the occupied west bank too.

  • Ludmila Capriani

    Astonishing Palestinian man ^^ He sounds like those frenchmen who collaborated to the Germans in Paris, hanged after the war … a collaborator, I mean. He does not deserve to be ambassador forthePalestinians.

  • Wismar

    this is not a Palestinian ambassador!! He must be an Israeli ambassador!!
    congratulations for abbas. his ambassador is a copy of him.

  • Robert

    Kawther.

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    For your courageous stance

    For your undying love for others

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    Thank you, for reminding me, I am a human being among God’s Truly chosen.

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  • Tahani

    ahlan ya ukht Kawther
    ,
    I am Tahani – my arabi name. And I want to thank you for your blog. I am proposing a course where I will assign it, and give the students the option to respond to a post of yours.

    I appreciate what you are doing, especially, especially when
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  • Ghulam

    Hi Sister Kwather,
    Take my regards first. Its a very brave thing that you are doing. We, in Bangladesh, are a country who has always ignited ourselves against the Barberic Attitude of Israel in Palestine but we have limitations too. We have to live under the rule of U.S.A, our elections are arranged by U.S.A and all of their decisions are forced on us.
    Sister, we have to unite ourselves. We have to bring all the people together and show them how people are suffering everywhere. If you google search Rohinga(Burmese Muslims) genocide and click on images you will sure have nightmare the following night.

    We Muslims are still not united, some of us are busy selling oils, some of us are busy by following U.S diplomacies and some of us are just thinking and writing like me but we dont have a common focus. Sister, do something so that we have a common focus. Allah willing, one day we will be free and one day we will stand with our heads high.

    Allah Hafez
    One of Your Brother
    Ghulam

  • Caroline

    Hello,
    I read through your briefs regularly. Thank-you for your courage. I try my best to inform people about the wicked Israelis, at a dinner party, or in passing to younger people. I despise them with a vengeance and pray for peace. All we can do is expose the truth. I am not Arab, but I live in the UAE which is apparently becoming overly infused with the stink of the US Zionist military presence.
    Thank you again for your courage. I admire you. God bless.

    Caroline

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