Obviously if according to the so called Arab (non existant and mythical) "moderates", the "fight against the Zionist enemy must go on," then they are unwilling to negotiate peacfully with Israel and therefore Israel, as the party with the upper hand owes them nothing.
Anyone still thinking about full transfer or the "samson option" as the only reasonable "negotiating" tool? I certainly think it is.
'Fight against Zionist enemy to go on'
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Just days after denouncing rocket attacks against Israel as causing harm "solely to the Palestinians," the frontrunner for the Palestinian Authority chairmanship Mahmoud Abbas managed to rattle Israel's cage when he referred to the Jewish state as "the Zionist enemy".
Addressing a crowd of some 1,000 supporters at an election rally in Khan Yunis in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, Abbas said: "The struggle against the Zionist enemy will continue until the establishment of an independent Palestinian state."
On Monday, the 69-year-old interim head of the Palestine Liberation Organization leveled criticism at Palestinian organizations responsible for firing Kassam and other rockets at Israel describing their deeds as "useless, and do not help the Palestinians and their cause."
Abbas' comments upset Palestinian radical organizations such as Hamas and Islamic Jihad as well as the Aksa Martyr's Brigades, the military wing of the mainstream Fatah movement, which issued a joint statement equating Abbas' words with "a stab in the back."
Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom reacted to Abbas' comments saying, "These are militant messages that haven't been voiced for a while. Comments like these are dangerous and should not be overlooked even if they were said in the context of elections," Army Radio reported.
Vice Premier Ehud Olmert said that Abbas' words against Israel are unacceptable and undermine the possibility of cooperation with him in the future. Olmert declared that Israel will respond appropriately to his statements after the Palestinian chairmanship elections, should be elected the new leader of the Palestinian people.
Iran and the Lebanese Shi'ite group Hizbullah are infamous for labeling Israel as "the Zionist enemy".