Yeah, stare at those hands as long as you like. It won’t make the blood disappear.
Palestinian Mohammed Ibrahim Abu Ali (R), known as “Abu Ali Yatta,” who was jailed in 1979 for killing an Israeli settler who was studying at a religious school in the flashpoint West Bank town of Hebron, Said al-Attaba (L), 56, the longest serving Palestinian prisoner who had been serving a life sentence since 1977 for killing an Israeli woman, pay their respects at the tomb of late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat in the Muqata, the Palestinian Authority headquarters in the West Bank of Ramallah on August 25, 2008. Israel freed 198 Palestinian prisoners today in a gesture to president Mahmud Abbas as US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was due in the region to spur US-backed peace talks (AFP).
These murderers are but two of the “prisoners” we freed today, as a “goodwill” gesture to PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas. And he reciprocated with a goodwill gesture of his own – a threat that unless all the “prisoners” are freed, there will be no peace.
Real winner move there, Israel.
By the way, there are a number of photos like this and this showing the Free Gaza folk protesting for the release of more palestinian “prisoners.” No doubt including those who have maimed and murdered Israelis – and will do so again.