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#PHOTOS | Stop talking Abbas! | #NoMofaz June 30 2012

June 29, 2012 Did anyone even bother to ask Jewish people in World WarII to ‘talk’ with nazis while living in camps and undergoing a genocide? They didn’t. And neither should the Palestinian Authority continue it’s talks with the zionist entity which turned west bank into bantustans,  effective open air prisons and Gaza even into […]

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Youth rally against Abbas-Mofaz meeting suppressed

[ PIC 01/07/2012 – 09:20 AM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Seven Palestinian youths including three girls and one journalist were severely beaten by security forces from the Palestinian authority on Saturday afternoon in a protest against Mahmoud Abbas’s intended meeting with Israeli deputy premier Shaul Mofaz. The youth march was intercepted by PA security forces as […]

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Arrest Warrant Against Shaul Mofaz ~ by @KawtherSalam

Kawther Salam | June 30, 2012 مذكرة أعتقال مقدمة لمحكمة العدل النمساوية ضد أيهود باراك Genocide Charges against Ehud Barak فلسطينيون يقدمون مذكرة لاعتقال موفاز إذا دخل رام الله Palestinian youth presented a memorandum for “arrest warrant” on Thursday June 28 2013 to the Palestinian Attorney General, demanding the arrest of israeli Deputy Prime Minister […]

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Barhoum: Abbas-Mofaz meeting ominous

[ 28/06/2012 – 04:00 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Fawzi Barhoum, a Hamas spokesman, has described the expected meeting between PA chief Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli deputy premier Shauf Mofaz as “ominous”. He said that the meeting is in the interest of the “Israeli enemy”, adding that Mofaz is a war criminal and is wanted for […]

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Barhoum: Abbas must not give cover to the aggression by meeting with Mofaz

[ PIC 18/06/2012 – 08:41 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Fawzi Barhoum, Hamas spokesman, said that the Zionist unjustified escalation against Gaza is a violation of the truce understandings and a disregard to the effort made by Egypt to stop the aggression and assassinations. Barhoum confirmed in a written statement on Monday that this escalation comes […]

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Mofaz cancels trip to Turkey fearing arrest

Truth does not matter for “Israel”. Buttons Do. To mute. [ 28/10/2011 – 09:53 PM ] NAZARETH, (PIC)– Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee chairman Shaul Mofaz cancelled a visit to Turkey fearing prosecution in the light of the crisis in the relations between Turkey and the Zionist entity. According to Hebrew media sources, Mofaz, […]

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Mofaz Calls for Assassinating Palestinian Leaders

PNN – Palestine News Network – 03.05.11 – 15:25 Tel Aviv – PNN – Chirman of the Israeli Parliamentary Committee for Forging Affairs and Security Shaul Mofaz of the right wing Kadima asked the Israeli government to assassinate Palestinian leaders like the US did with Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan. MP Shaul Mofaz Mofaz added […]

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Bardawil: Statements by Mofaz reflect Israel’s bloody mentality

28/03/2011 – 10:17 AM GAZA, (PIC)– The call by former Israeli war minister Shaul Mofaz to resume assassinations in the Gaza Strip reflected the bloody mentality of Israel’s rulers, Dr. Salah Al-Bardawil, a senior Hamas leader, said on Sunday. He told the PIC that the statement was not the first of its kind and reflected […]

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Mofaz expects military showdown with Palestinians

[ 11/03/2011 – 11:12 AM ]   OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Head of Knesset’s Foreign Affairs and Defence Committee, Shaul Mofaz, said on Thursday that he expected a military showdown with the Palestinians if the political process remains stagnant. Israeli radio quoted Mofaz, who is also a former War Minister, as saying that if the political […]

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Haneyya: Israel’s plan to attack Gaza again is already set

[ 22/12/2010 – 10:41 AM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– Palestinian premier Ismail Haneyya stated Tuesday that the escalating Israeli aggression against the Gaza Strip is already planned, calling for deepening ties with God in order to be able to defend and liberate the homeland. “As we are commemorating today the 18th anniversary of Marj Al-Zuhoor deportation, […]

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