The peace process of death and war.
In the never-ending religious terror war against Jews,
terrorists receive highly specialized training from
the CIA and Britain. Every single one of the
Palestinian Authority security services are involved
in terrorist attacks against Israel.
There were no apologies from the U.S. for the many
Jewish deaths and great suffering perpetrated by U.S.
trained Khaled Abu Nijmeh. There was no financial
compensation for Khaled's many Jewish victims.
There was no punishment for serial killer of Jews,
Khaled. Khaled, and other terrorists were richly
rewarded with long vacations in Europe.
Below are parts of an article from www.sfgate.com
Mideast training program backfires
Palestinian security officers schooled by U.S. later
used tactics against Israel
- Matthew Kalman, Chronicle Foreign Service
Monday, February 14, 2005
Bethlehem, West Bank -- In June 1998, somewhere
near CIA headquarters in Langley, Va., two rows of men
in military fatigues posed for their graduation photo.
All of them were officers in Palestinian General
Intelligence Service, charged with hunting down
terrorists and preventing attacks on Israel. They had
just completed a training course, paid for by the U.S.
government, in which they learned firearms and
But the graduation photo holds a stark warning for
the Bush administration as it gets more involved in
Middle East peacemaking. Some of the men in the
picture later swapped sides and began using the skills
they learned in Virginia against the Israelis.
Such training courses, which were suspended with
the outbreak of the Palestinian uprising in September
2000, will be an integral part of Washington's aid
package for the new government of Palestinian
Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.
Standing in the back row, second from the left,
is Khaled Abu Nijmeh, from Deheisheh refugee camp in
Bethlehem, according to two of his colleagues who are
By 2001, he had become one of the most-wanted
Palestinian militants in the city, suspected of
involvement in a string of suicide bombings and
shooting attacks against Israelis. In May 2002, he was
one of 13 gunmen escorted from the Church of the
Nativity siege in Bethlehem, flown to Cyprus and then
to exile in Europe. Three of the group, including Abu
Nijmeh, were given asylum in Italy.
"I am a member of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades and
a first sergeant in Palestinian General Intelligence,"
Abu Nijmeh, now 36, told The Chronicle from his
temporary home in Rome. "I personally received a
course in antiterrorism and VIP protection.
"I was not alone. Many Palestinian security people
were trained by the Americans. We hope they will
continue helping us."
Abu Nijmeh and his 12 comrades will be allowed to
return to Bethlehem under the cease-fire agreement
reached last week between Israel and the Palestinians.
As Israeli commentators had been warning for
years, the CIA inadvertently helped train future
adversaries -- as it has done in other countries,
including the anti-Soviet forces in Afghanistan who
ended up as Taliban and al Qaeda militants.
"This has proven to be a very risky undertaking,"
said Israeli political analyst Gerald Steinberg of
Bar-Ilan University. "Both the CIA and British efforts
to train Palestinians during the Oslo process helped
strengthen terrorist capabilities."
The training given to hundreds of Palestinian security
officials between 1996 and 2000 was sanctioned by a
presidential order in 1996 by then-President Bill
Clinton, who was deeply involved in peace-making
©2005 San Francisco Chronicle
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