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Thursday, May 28, 2020 

Mahmoud Abbas issues more boring threats

Caroline Glick addressed the case of the PLO dictator's cliched method of making threats to cease all cooperation with Israel and the US because of the intention of annexing Judea/Samaria fully (via The Algemeiner):
Tuesday evening, Palestinian Authority and PLO chairman Mahmoud Abbas announced that the P.A. is renouncing the peace deals it signed with Israel along with its agreements with the United States. According to several left-leaning Israeli television commentators and retired generals, his speech was an earthquake. It was a calamity of epic proportions. Most importantly, it was a reason to bury the government’s plan to apply Israeli law to the Israeli communities in Judea and Samaria and to the Jordan Valley.

But the truth is not at all what they claim. This isn’t an earthquake. It isn’t even a hiccup. It isn’t a calamity. It just a tired, recycled, empty threat.

Abbas had no problem remembering his lines Tuesday night because he’s given the same speech, word for word, a half dozen times (aside from the throwaway sentence blasting President Donald Trump’s peace plan and Israel’s sovereignty plan). The first time Abbas gave it was in September 2015 in his address to the United Nations General Assembly.

As was the case Tuesday night, so every other time Abbas gave this speech; shortly after he walked offstage Israeli leftists said the sky was falling. But then the truth started filtering in.

After the first news cycle passed, Abbas’s lackeys clarified that he didn’t mean it. There is no plan to make his declaration operative. He’s just trying to send a message—that is, a threat—to Israel and America.

The same state of affairs prevailed following Tuesday’s “I’m ditching the peace deals” speech. After the Israeli media and the leftist former generals wailed and sounded dire warnings about what will befall the country if the government doesn’t abandon all of its plans, the Palestinians made clear that this week too, he didn’t mean it. Abbas’s advisers and lackeys said it was simply his way of “warning” Israel and America. For their part, local leaders and militia chiefs shrugged their shoulders and said they heard about the speech from the Israeli media.

Set aside for a moment the fact that Abbas’s speech this week was a complete joke, and consider what would actually happen if he implemented his declaration and officially abrogated all the agreements he and his predecessor Yasser Arafat signed with Israel since 1993.

The fact is that nothing would change at all.
And it's all because they're driven by none other than the Religion of Peace. It's long been obvious they never honored the agreements in the first place, so this only compounded the farce.

Interestingly enough, following this latest vapid act Abbas pulled, the ICC demanded to know where he stands:
A three-judge panel that comprises the International Criminal Court's (ICC) pretrial chamber has requested clarification from the Palestinian Authority (PA) over President Mahmoud Abbas' statement regarding the termination of all agreements with Israel.

The justices are attempting to find out whether Abbas' remarks apply to the Oslo Accords - signed in 1993 and 1995 - which helped establish the Palestinian Authority as an entity.

The judges, who will deliberate and then rule whether the court has the jurisdiction to open a criminal investigation into alleged Israel Defense Forces (IDF) war crimes in the Gaza Strip, West Bank and East Jerusalem, have given Ramallah a June 10 deadline to respond.
This is certainly amazing that the ICC, which has long been exploited as a tool for anti-Israelists, is willing to demand some clarification on the issue of where Abbas stands, which is really only with the beliefs of Islamic jihadism. Even then, the ICC is just another corrupt political system, one that's alienated the USA as well, and is no better than the UN.

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