Mahmoud Abbas’s wife undergoes surgery in Israel!!!!!!!!!!!

Doctors operate on Palestinian leader’s spouse over the weekend at medical center near Tel Aviv.

The times of Israel tells us

Doctors in Israel performed surgery on Amina Abbas, the wife of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, at a private clinic near Tel Aviv over the weekend, as tensions between Israel and the PA mounted over the kidnapping of three Israeli teenagers by Palestinian terrorists.

They go on to say:

The operation on Abbas’s leg was performed on Friday, and she was released on Sunday.

Abbas was hospitalized at the Assuta Medical Center in Ramat Hachayal, near Tel Aviv. Her stay in a private room at the clinic was kept under wraps and security guards were stationed to maintain her privacy round the clock. Other patients were unaware of the identity of the VIP in the private room and Hebrew media said hospital staff members were evasive when questioned.

Now isn’t that just fine and dandy.
The Jewish world is anguished at the kidnapping of innocent children and Israel is tending to the wife of Abbas.
Are we for real??
I might add too that earlier this month Israel allowed the mother-in-law of Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh into the country for medical treatment at a Jerusalem hospital. On top of that last November his granddaughter also received treatment in Israel for an infection in her digestive tract.
If this wasn’t in the middle of such a bad situation it might be funny.

But it’s not.

I don’t think I need to draw a picture but I will.

The twits in Washington are pushing Israel to make peace with murderers and all the while their families are receiving medical treatment in Israel.

The Arab media meanwhile is making a mockery of the whole tragic situation.

Cartoon published by an official Fatah Facebook page applauds the kidnapping of three Israeli Yeshiva boys by terrorists in the West Bank.

cartoon kidnapped boys
A cartoon which appeared on an official Fatah Facebook page on Sunday depicted three “Jewish” mice caught in what the caption calls a “Master stroke.”

The Jerusalem Post Says:

The cartoon was published soon after the kidnapping of three Israelis yeshiva students at the hands of terrorists while they were hitchhiking in Gush Etzion.

The post prompted angry responses from the page’s followers decrying the sketch as “disgusting” and “shameful”. The same post also received several expressions of ridicule.

The Fatah promotional page also depicted several posts mirroring the social media movement “Bring Back Our Boys” which supports the three kidnapped students and calls for their safe return.

The Fatah promotional page also depicted several posts mirroring the social media movement “Bring Back Our Boys” which supports the three kidnapped students and calls for their safe return.

Palestinian Media Watch:

In an odious distortion of the World Cup 2014 logo, the official Palestinian Authority daily printed today a cartoon celebrating the kidnapping of three Israeli youths last Thursday night, June 12, 2014. Instead of the famous logo of the World Cup 2014, in which three victorious hands hold the globe, together creating the prestigious trophy, the PA cartoon shows a “trophy” of three hands holding three people with their hands up in surrender. Instead of the text “Brasil” below the “trophy,” the word “Khalil” is written – Arabic for Hebron, a city near where the Israeli youths were kidnapped.

Original World Cup logo
[Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, June 15, 2014]

Similarly, Fatah is celebrating the kidnapping as a victory. On its official Facebook page, the movement posted a cartoon of a victory sign with three fingers held up instead of two, symbolizing the three kidnapped youths. Accompanying the picture was a smiley with the text, “For your interpretation :)”.

[Facebook, “Fatah – The Main Page”, June 15, 2014]

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  1. While my core belief shall always give adherence to the unfettered legitimacy of the State of Israel’s eternal perpetuity….it is reports such as this that has my head shaking in dismay…given the never ending commentary attributed to Abbas in respect of Israel, and the Jewish people.

    As equally mind baffling; to myself at least, was the admittance of the Hamas Leader, Ismail Haniyeh’s granddaughter, into the Israeli Children’s Medical Centre, Peta Tikva during November, 2013, against the back drop of Haniyeh’s repeated calls for the ‘absolute destruction of Israel, and extermination of the Jewish race…'(his reportedly translated words).

    I see the crazed comparison of Hitler’s defacto Eva Braun admittance for treatment to an English Hospital during 1939 – 1945, or Hirohito’s Empress wife being admitted to a Hospital in Washington DC for treatment during the same time period.

    I don’t seek to ridicule, or instruct Israel…beyond saying; as distasteful as it is, war is absolute. There is no place for good Samaritans, or Humanitarians. It does no more than ‘muddy’ the waters…..making a sustainable peace an impossibility. I have no doubt there shall be plenty who will disagree with me….history and reality is where I draw my unshakeable belief, guidance and comfort from.

    I do appreciate that Israel is a very small nation….both population wise, and geographically, and do understand it’s intention of extending the olive branch…though my heart shall always go out to them for the fact that the Islamic equation will NEVER allow for peace….in a peaceful manner…. To treat the sick and injured of Islam is simply regarded as a sign of weakness, and possible capitulation by any who offer such human courtesy. In this regard Israel, please harden up!

  2. Dan Schaeffer

    What a shame about those three kidnapped boys. Of course, three children are murdered every ten days by the IDF and no one around here says BOO! because it’s all in a day’s work for the boys with the machine guns and the missiles.

    And it’s awfully nice of that private clinic to take in the wife of a neighboring country’s head of state, but it would be even nicer if the Israelis would allow Palestine to set up decent hospitals in the occupied territories. A lot fewer people would die from preventable causes that way.

    • Jews Down Under

      You really are in la-la land and very mis-informed.
      No 3 children are murdered every ten days by the IDF. I really don’t know where you get such eand utter garbage from.

      Missiles?? Really?? I think you’d better have a good read.

      So far this year Palestinians fired more than 500 rockets and mortars from Gaza into Israel. Another today.,_2014


      In January, Palestinians launched 22 rockets and four mortar shells at Israel in 19 separate attacks. Two of the rockets were launched from Sinai.[4][5]
      This section is incomplete. (March 2014)

      January 13

      Two rockets were launched to the Northern Negev desert, near Sderot. There were no injuries or damage reported[6]

      January 16

      At 2am Palestinians launched at least five rockets into Israel. The Iron Dome eliminated all rockets, as they would have hit Ashkelon. No injuries or damage were reported.[7]

      January 30

      A rocket exploded in a non-inhabited area of Sdot Negeb Regional Council. No injuries or damage were reported.[8]

      January 31

      From the Sinai Peninsula a rocket was launched towards Eilat. The Iron Dome intercepted the rocket. The radical Salafi organization Ansar Bait al-Maqdis took responsibility for the launch.[9]

      In February, Palestinians launched nine rockets at Israel in seven separate attacks.[5]
      This section is incomplete. (March 2014)

      February 6

      A Color Red siren alerting residents of a rocket launch from Gaza has been sounded in Ashkelon, followed by an explosion.[10]

      A further rocket launched from the Gaza Strip exploded in the Eshkol Regional Council. No injuries or damage were reported.[11]

      February 8

      A red alert siren sounded in Sha’ar Hanegev and Sdot Negev Regional Coundils. A rocket hit an open area in Sha’ar HaNegev. No injuries or damages were reported.[12]

      February 10

      Palestinians fired a rocket into the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council, triggering sirens. After nightfall, a second rocket was launched into the same area. No injuries or damage were reported. Israel responded with an air strike on an underground rocket launcher in the central Gaza Strip.[13][14]

      February 14

      In the evening, Palestinians launched two rockets into Israel. One landed in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council, the other in the Eshkol Regional Council. No injuries or damage were reported.[15]
      This section is incomplete. (March 2014)

      In March, Palestinians launched 65 rockets and mortar shells, in 23 attacks.[16]

      March 1

      In the night on Mount Hermon were heard loud blasts. The IDF checked the area and found the remains of two rockets near an IDF outpost. No injuries or damage were reported.[17]

      March 3

      Mosaab Zaaneen, a 25-year-old militant from Palestinian Islamic Jihad, was killed in an Israeli air strike as he was attempting to launch rockets from Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip. The Israel Defense Forces stated that the strike “was carried out in order to eliminate an imminent attack targeting civilian communities of southern Israel”.[18]

      March 5

      Palestinians fired a rocket towards the Sha’ar Hanegev Regional Council, triggering sirens in local communities. The projectile landed within the Gaza Strip. Later, after nightfall, a second rocket was fired at Sderot. No injuries or damage were reported in either attack.[19]

      March 11

      After nightfall, Palestinians fired a rocket into the Sha’ar Hanegev Regional Council. The projectile landed in an open area, causing no injuries or damage.[20]

      March 12-14

      Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorists fired at least 60 rockets at Israeli cities and towns, in the heaviest barrage since 2012. No direct injuries were reported, but a 57-year-old woman was lightly injured while taking cover in Sderot. At least eight rockets fell within communities, with one exploding near a gas station and another near a public library. Explosions rocked the cities of Sderot and Netivot, and sirens sounded as far away as Beersheba.[21][22]
      This section is incomplete. (April 2014)

      April 1

      Residents heard massive detonations. Three rockets were fired at Eilat, which were intercepted by the Iron Dome.[23]

      April 3

      The “Code Red” siren was heard 3 times in a row in the evening. No rocket landing were identified. So very likely the rockets came down within Gaza.[24]

      April 4

      In the Hof Ashkelon Regional Council exploded a rocket in the open area, close to the border fence. No injuries or damage were reported.[25]

      April 5

      Terrorists in Gaza fired a rocket into Israel. No injuries or damage were reported.[26]

      April 6

      In the Sha’ar HaNegev Regional Council, near a kibbuz, was heard an explosion of a mortar shell. No red alert siren sounded before. No one was hurt, no damage reported.[27]

      April 7

      A mortar shell launched from Syria landed in the border fence area in the center of the Golan Heights. There were no reports of casualties or material damage. Very likely this was not intended to hit Israel, rather than an unintended incidence from the civil war in Syria. [28]

      April 9

      In the early afternoon a Color Red siren alerting residents of a rocket launch from Gaza has been sounded in Hof Ashkelon Regional Council. The rocket came down within the Gaza strip.[29] Later in the evening a mortar rocket hit a kibbutz in the Sha’ar Hanegev Regional Council. It caused material damage, but no one was injured. No Red Siren sounded prior to the rockets landing.[30]

      April 13

      Very early in the morning a mortar shell exploded close to the security fence in the open field, prior to a “red alert”.[31] In the late night two more mortars were launched targeting Israeli soldiers, operating at the security fence in the Southern Gaza area. No one got injured.[32]

      April 16

      In the night terrorists launched several rockets at Southern Israel. No injuries or damage were reported.[33]

      April 21

      Terrorists in Gaza fired seven rockets into Israel during the last day of the Passover holiday. The first three projectiles struck uninhabited areas in the Sha’ar Hanegev Regional Council, activating “Code Red” sirens. No damage was reported in the attack. Another two rockets caused light damage in Sderot. Israel responded by striking three terrorist targets in the Gaza Strip.[34]

      April 23

      3 rockets were fired from Gaza at the Hof Ashkelon and Sha’ar HaNegev Regional Councils, after rocket alert sirens sounded. No injuries were reported.[35]

      April 24

      A mortar shell exploded near the fence in Southern Gaza, endangering Israelian soldiers.[36] Later in the day explosive device explodes near IDF force at the Northern Gaza border.[37] No injuries or damage were reported

      May 1

      A rocket hit an open area in Eshkol. No one war hurt, no damage was reported.[38]

      May 21

      Lots of mortar shells were fired at IDF forces on the Gaza boarder. No injuries, damages in attack. [39]

      May 23

      A rocket exploded in open field in Sha’ar HaNegev Regional Council. No reports of damages or injuries.[40]

      May 31

      In the Golan heights’ area sirens were heared in several towns followed by explosions. It was assumed, that these rockets were not targeted to Israel but a result of the Syrian battle. [41]

      June 2

      A Syrian mortar shell hit the Mt. Hermon region, no injuries or damage were reported.[42]

      June 4

      At least two Syrian mortar shells land at the Israeli Golan. The Iron Dome missile defense system were activated, but were stopped, when calculation said, that the mortars would hit open field. Additonally, Syrians shot machine gun fire. The IDF believes, that the goal was not to hit the Israelian side, but celebratory fire from Syrian President Bashar Assad’s forces.[43]

      June 11

      A rocket sent from Gaza narrowly missed a main artery in southern Israel as it landed in a nearby dirt field without causing any injuries. [44]

      June 14

      2 of 3 rockets fired from the Gaza fell in the Hof Ashkelon regional council in the afternoon. No injuries or damage were reported.[45]

      June 15

      In Ashkelon a serios of explosions were heard in the evening. 4 rockets were fired from Gaza, 2 of them were intercepted by the Iron Dome. Fragments of the rockets fell across the city. There were no reports of injuries or material damages.[46]

      June 16

      A rocket from Gaza landed in an open area in the Ashkelon area. No damage or injuries.[47] This year Palestinians fired more than 500 rockets and mortars.[48]