Nikki Haley Tears Abbas A New One, Says He ‘Lacks Courage And Will’

Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas just had his Anti-American rhetoric thrown back in his face.

Conservatives in America — especially those of us with a healthy distrust of the UN — are LOVING Trump’s appointee for UN Ambassador.

She doesn’t put up with fools and cowards.

And it looks like Abbas is both.

Does it really surprise anyone that she threw his rhetoric back in his face?

Let’s back up a little.

Abbas spoke to the PLO about Trump’s recognition of reality. That is, Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the historical capital of Israel.

Speaking at a U.N. Security Council meeting, Haley assailed Abbas for abandoning the landmark Oslo Accord and turning his back on the prospect of U.S.-brokered peace talks between the Israelis and Palestinians.

She said that Abbas had “insulted” President Trump and advanced wild conspiracy theories in a speech before the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) Central Council earlier this month.

Source: The Hill

Frankly, the Jewish people were the ones who built (and, after the Babylonian Captivity, RE-built) the city in the first place. Like the Egyptians built Cairo, or Phonecians built Carthage.

This is merely historical fact, whatever Abbas may have to say about it.

But Nikki Haley went before the UN to call him out for it.

In a speech before the PLO’s Central Council this month, Abbas railed against the Trump administration’s handling of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and declared that the Palestinians see no role for the U.S. in any peace negotiations in the region.

…Nabil Abu Rudeineh, a spokesman for Abbas, told CNN on Thursday, however, that the Palestinians would not recognize the U.S. as a mediator in any negotiations with Israel.

“If Jerusalem is off the table, then America is off the table as well,” he said.
Source: The Hill

Hamas still pays its citizens (with OUR foreign aid money) a reward for having a ‘martyred’ family member that resulted in the deaths of Israelis or prison time. And their leader is buying a $50 Million dollar jet.

It’s hard to ‘cry poor’ when those are your spending priorities.

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“In his speech, President Abbas declared the landmark Oslo Peace Accords dead,” Haley said. “He rejected any American role in peace talks. He insulted the American president. He called for suspending recognition of Israel. He invoked an ugly and fictional past, reaching back to the 17th century, to paint Israel as a colonialist project engineered by European powers.”

This is the guy whose backside Kerry is reputedly kissing.

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Kerry and Abbas are lame. But Nikki is epic and badass.

Keep it up, Nikki! Guys like him have no idea what to do with a strong woman like yourself.

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