Abbas said to have refused to take phone call from Trump













PA president reportedly turned down multiple requests over last few days as US prepares to roll out peace plan already rejected by Ramallah

ed note–if true, doubtless there will be entire LEGIONS of people whose calling card is their support for the Palestinian cause who will cheer the news that Abbas refused Trump’s phone call and who will go the extra mile by characterizing him as a ‘brave leader’ and ‘stalwart fighter’ for truth.

BS. By doing thus, what he is doing is playing the role which Judea, Inc needs him to play in furthering its agenda, which is the eventual complete ethnic cleansing of historic Palestine. From the moment that the Zionist cancer first made its entryway into the region it has been a daily, monthly & yearly non-stop bloodbath/landgrab, and an intrinsic part of that success on the part of the Zionist entity has been stunts such as what Abbas is said to be doing right now. 

Trump is serious about coming to some sort of resolution to this problem, not necessarily because he’s a ‘nice guy’ or a ‘good Christian’ but because he knows–as virtually all his predecessors did–that if something substantive is not done soon to get this nuclear reactor cooled down it is going to incinerate the entire world.

Now, owing to the fact that details of this plan are at this point scant (and for good reasons) nevertheless there are things we can glean from the few details that have made their way into the mainstream, the most important being the creation of borders that cannot be crossed by either party without triggering ‘act of war’ designation/classification. Since there has been no ‘Palestinian state’ for the last century, Israel has had a free hand to do anything she GD well wants without it falling into that ‘act of war’ legal classification.

With the creation of a Palestinian state however, which Trump does want to see happen, the rules change. Doubtless (as we will see in the coming days once the details of this plan are released) will be some legal caveat contained within the plan whereby any side engaging in some behavior that triggers the ‘act of war’ designation/classification that said party will lose whatever economic support they are receiving from the US, INCLUDING ISRAEL.

Is the President’s ‘ultimate peace deal’ going to be perfect? Of course not. The only ‘perfect solution’ is to build a time machine and go back 2,000+ years and completely eradicate the deadly virus of Judaism from human affairs. 

Absent that, is it a starting point for cooling down this nuclear reactor known as the Jewish/Arab conflict before the entire world goes up in flames? 

Definitely, and Judea, Inc knows this which is why she and all her tentacled assets spread throughout the world are moving heaven, hell and everything in between to try and get Trump removed.


Times of Israel

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas reportedly refused to take a phone call from US President Donald Trump ahead of the White House’s expected release of a Mideast peace plan rejected by Ramallah as one-sided in favor of Israel.

The report by the state-run Turkish Anadolu Agency on Monday came ahead of separate meetings that Trump is slated to hold with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Blue and White chief Benny Gantz in Washington, DC to discuss the US administration’s plan to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

“There were attempts by Trump to hold a phone call with Abbas, but the latter refused,” a high-ranking Palestinian official, who was not named, told Anadolu, adding that the attempted calls took place in the past couple of days.

Trump said last Thursday that he would likely release the long-awaited US plan this week. He said there had been some contact with the Palestinians over the issue and would be more.

PA Social Affairs Minister Ahmad Majdalani confirmed the Anadolu report to the Gaza-based Dunia al-Watan news site, stating that Abbas recently “refused a phone call from Trump.”

The Palestinians have called for the establishment of a Palestinian state along 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital and a “just solution” to the refugee issue.

Abbas has vowed to reject any American peace plan and has said the Palestinians have recently cut off all contacts with the US other than with American security officials as a part of their commitment “to fight terrorism.”

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Reports in the Israeli press in recent days had indicated that the White House was considering inviting Abbas to Washington for talks.

Azzam al-Ahmad, a member of the Palestine Liberation Organization Executive Committee, said he did not know of the refused call, but added that Ramallah was steadfast against discussing most diplomatic matters with the US.

“The president has been very clear that we will not hold any communications with Americans except through the security channel,” he told The Times of Israel.

Ahmad said Abbas even refused to meet with Trump’s senior adviser Jared Kushner in June 2018, who wanted to pay a courtesy visit after the Palestinian leader was hospitalized for several days.

“Kushner only wanted to pay him a visit to wish him good health and the president even refused that,” he said.

A US official speaking on condition of anonymity denied in October 2018 that Kushner had requested such a meeting with Abbas.

Since late 2017, the Trump administration has made several moves seen as marginalizing the Palestinians: recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, moving the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, cutting hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to the Palestinians and the UN agency that supports Palestinian refugees, and closing the PLO representative office in Washington.

Channel 12, citing unnamed Israeli sources, reported on Thursday that the Trump administration’s plan calls for Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem and 100-plus settlements, as well as the establishment of a Palestinian state, on condition that the Hamas terror group gives up its weapons and the Palestinians recognize Israel as a Jewish state, with Jerusalem as its capital.

The report also said that the US plan would grant Israel full security control in the Jordan Valley, and provide for some minor land swaps and a possible absorption of some Palestinian refugees in Israel; it also said if Israel accepts the plan and the Palestinians reject it, Israel would have US support to begin annexing settlements unilaterally.

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