"This government was elected in a free and honest election, and according to the democratic principles the American administration is calling for," Haniyeh told a group of supporters who had come to his office to wish his new government well.Ah, yes, the good old "people's suffering". Weren't the Arab nations and Iran supposed to alleviate the people's suffering with extra financial aid?
"We believe this is a punishment of the Palestinian people because of its democratic choice, and at the same time, it increases the people's suffering," he said.
His research led him to the home of the Ozdovski family, on whose land the hideout had been located. The family said the bodies had orginally been buried nearby, but were moved a year later to an unknown location because neighbours complained the place had become haunted.
Radczuk, tracked down by Lerner and his reseachers last year, showed where they bodies were reburied near the Catholic cemetery in Pashgalini.
Lerner is scheduled to head to Poland on Sunday at the head of a delegation to exhume the remains and bring them for burial in Israel, alongside his father's grave.
'I won't leave my family members in that cursed land of Poland,' Ha'aretz quoted him as saying.
For example, in the government daily Al-Ittihad from the United Arab Emirates, a cartoon of a Jew holding the world at bay with a gun labeled "the Holocaust" was published on January 24. And, in an apparent reference to the Muhammad cartoons, on February 16 the Bahraini Akhbar al-Khalij ran a picture of an inkpot marked with a Star of David accompanied by a pen writing "cartoons harming Allah's messenger."
While anti-Semitic tropes have long filled the Arab media, ADL Israel office spokesman Arieh O'Sullivan said the intensity of such material "skyrocketed" when Muslim rage exploded over the controversial Muhammad depictions carried in the Danish press and elsewhere.