AIJAC comes to terms with prisoner release

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The Australia/Israel and Jewish Affairs Council has expressed its understanding of the need to release Palestinian prisoners from Israeli jails to help move peace negotiations forward.

Dr Colin Rubenstein

Dr Colin Rubenstein

Dr. Colin Rubenstein, AIJAC’s executive director said: “While obviously agonising, especially for the  distraught families of the victims,  the Israeli Government’s decision for the staggered  release  of convicts  involved in  brutal acts of violence reflects the high priority  it attaches to bringing the Palestinians back to the negotiating table and  resuming peace talks, claiming it was acting “”for the good of the country”. AIJAC sincerely hopes that this latest gesture for peace will be met with similar confidence-building measures from the Palestinian side and contribute to achieving a just, permanent, negotiated settlement.”

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One Response to “AIJAC comes to terms with prisoner release”
  1. Otto Waldmann says:

    The nicest thing about AIJAC, par excellence a respectable PERFUNCTORY etsblishment, is that it is made of cute individuals. Jeremy Jones is perhaps the only Jewsih communal leader with whom I never locked horns, although I have known him since he used to be part-time receptionist at the Board of Deps. They tolerated him to answer the phone for a while unil it was decided that his lisp will never heal and made him instead President of ECAJ. Colin Rubinstein I never met, half his luck, but look, he is a happy chap and this time around he is telling us that he understands almost everything, no doubt even what happened in all “Star Wars” movies or, why not, Phoebe from “Friends” needs to be cute, but cute-dum and, more so, so obliging – remember her instant obliging prengnancy with a smile ! -. Colin’s explanation would suitably be that Phoebe, as a Jewish actress, we would all dream of such desirable, submissive Yentas.
    Same with Colin’s notion of an Israel anxious to bring the Palestinians to the negotiating table.
    Really, Col ! And tell us why precisely would Israel want to negotiate with the un-negotiables and why would the release of known criminal Jew haters help the peace process per se !
    Any Phoebe funny reply would do.

    Howz about the idea that the release does not show what a bunch of freyers Israeli politicians are, but, as I explained elsewhere, the release brings into the public forum:

    – the reality revisited – so painfully for us – of what and ONLY the Palestinians ar capable of, i.e crimes and crimes again
    – that by this , above, virtue, the Palestinian populace is thickened even more with the said criminal elements now roaming freely among their ilk
    – that, under these circumstances HOW can Israel trust a fully fledged palestinian state function right in the heart of Jewish land, on paper agreements or not.

    ……and I haven’t even started with the other reality taht most of the palestinian present and future political entities are also made fundamentally of the non invited non negotiating Hamas !! Because, the naked truth is that Abbas DOES represent Hamas as well, NEVER mind that, so called formal public consumption window dressing of conflictual factions within the same criminal tribe.

    These are the type of questions we expect perfunctory cute AJAC to comment on wisely and I know that yourze guys can do it.

    Here is a hint : Israel does NOT want to “make peace” with bastards incapable of UNDERSTANDING what peace means. Obama’s agenda is his own gischeft, not Israel’s. Israel is going to Amerike just to show that we are also nice guys and obliging. Phoebe is, after all, one of us…………

    over to you Jeremy…………….

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