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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, OCTOBER 5, 2018 PAGE 11A By Nikki Guttman and have criticized Hamas for or- "The balloon terrorism Israel Itayom Staff ganizing the demonstrations is escalating, and today an butthenabandoningstricken explosive mechanism went (JNS)---The Israel Defense participants, off," the council said in Forces braced for violent Islamic Jihad spokesmana statement. "The device clashes on the Gaza Strip- Daoud Shahab told the Pales- was spotted by our security Israel border on Friday as the tiniannewsagencyMaanthat chief, and a police sapper "March of Return" national the demonstrations would unit was dispatched to the committee urged Gazans to continue because the resi- siteandfounditswreckage. take part in demonstrations dents of Gaza have no other We were extremely lucky and disturbances along the means of pressuring Israel to not to have any casualties, border, lift the blockade, as there were civilians Judging by past demon- He added that the number nearby." strations, which have been of Palestinian demonstrators The head of the counci, stagedonaweeklybasissince at the border marches has Tamir Idan, said that "this late March, protesters were consistently increased, par- incident is a terrorist attack expected to throw rocks and ticularly since talks in Cairo in every respect. We want a firebombs at Israeli troops regarding the blockade have harsh response and we trust securing the border and try yet to yield results, the IDF to take the necessary to breach the border fence On Thursday, the Israeli Air actions." and infiltrate lsraeli territory. Force targeted a Palestinian Earlier Thursday Ey~l Aspokesman for the Popu- terroristcelllaunchingincen- Hajbi, the chief of security lar Resistance Committee diaryballoonsintolsraelfrom at the Sha'ar HaNegev R~ posted a call online for all the Gaza Strip, the Israeli gional Council, said th, Gazaresidentstomarchtothe mediareported.Localreports the incendiary balloors bordertoprotesttheblockade inGazamaintainedthatthere were gradually becomin~ on the Gaza Strip. "We will were several casualties in the more sophisticated, sayir~ break the blockade, at any incident, that recently they ha~ price," he wrote. "The price Meanwhile, incendiary been upgraded from men of freedom in blood." balloons from Gaza set 10 arson devices to deliverir~ Since the demonstrations fires in Israeli communities grenades and explosives. began on March 30, as many on Thursday. One such bal- "Wehaveseenanescalatim as 20,000 Gazans have been loon carried a device that whenitcomestotheirqualit~, woundedinclasheswithlsrae- exploded some 300 feet from not their quantity," he said. li forces and dozens have been a residential area in the Sdot "They can cause real harm killed. Several ofthewounded Negev regional council,and death." to deny US By Jackson Richman ington Free Beacon that usually, foreign dignitaries must be allowed entry to the United States due to it being the United Nations' host country. "I can't speak to the spe- cifics, but typically, as host nation for the United Nations, the United States is generally obligated to admit foreign nationals traveling to U.N. headquarters Jn New York for official U.N. business," the official said. Daniel S. Mariaschin, ex- ecutive vice president and CEO of B'nai B'rith Interna- tional, said "while the United States might be obligated to admit him, his and Palestinian leaders' repeated justification and glorification of those who carry out acts of terror once again underscore the consistent failure of Abbas as a partner for peace." 'Already delivering a power- ful policy signal' Sander Gerber, a private New York financial executive and former board member of AIPAC who was a major player behind advocating for the Taylor Force Act, told JNS that the international community fails to truly understand the Palestinian Authority, and that if "the rest of the world can't identify [the P.A.] as a terrorist-sponsoring entity, then we really have no hope to control the terrorists." "The Palestinians should (JNS)--The Trump ad- ministration has come under pressure to deny Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas entry into the United States for next week's annual U.N. General Assembly meet- ing in New York. Palestinian Media Watch (PMW), a group that tracks anti-Semitism and terror- ism in Palestinian media, petitioned the White House, as well as the State and Trea- sury departments, to reject Abbas from stepping foot on American soil in accordance with new federal statutes prohibiting international ter- rorist leaders from traveling to the United States. "Abbas has also called for the 'destruction of the house' of President Trump, and uses almost every opportunity to attack the US, the current administration and its poli- cies," PMW said in the letter. "There is no doubt Abbas will use his UN address to continue these attacks." "While it may be argued that the United States is com- mitted to allow the entry and free passage of certain persons into the US to participate in meetings of the United Na- tions, that commitment is limited to the 'Representatives of Member' States," PMW continued. "Since Palestine is not a member state of the United Nations, Abbas does not enjoy these privileges and his entry into the US must be specifically granted." In the letter, PMW also cited the Taylor Force Act, enacted in March to halt most U.S. assistance to the P.A. for rewarding terrorists and their families, among other reasons to preventAbbas from being at the General Assembly. A State Department spokesperson told The Wash- not be granted an exception and the world must face the reality that the Palestinian Authority is actually spor- soring terror and should be designated as such," he stated. However, Washington- based geopolitical strategist and diplomacy consultant John Sitilides, told JNS that barringAbbas fromthe United Stateswouldbe counterintui- tive, considering recent pure tire measures by the Trum~ administration against tte Palestinians. "The leading state sponso" of international terrorisn remains Iran, whose leaden are permitted to enter the U. for United Nations' purpose,~ Earlier this year, Presidert Trump met personally for sev erai days with Kim Jong Ur, another leading state sponsor of international terrorism,' said Sitilides. "In comparativ terms, barring Mahmoud Ab bas, with whom Israel seeks b cooperate on a lasting resolu tion of the Israeli-Palestinial disputes, would be highl; counterproductive." He added that "the Truml administration's recent redi rection of $200 million in U.S aid for West Bank and Gaza i. already delivering a powerfu policy signal of Washington'; great displeasure over ongo- ing Palestinian activities." JNS Jerusalem Bureau Chief Alex Traiman contrib- uted to this report. Orlando Weekday Morning Minyan (Conservative/Egalitarian), services Monday- Friday 7:45 a.m. (9 a.m.--national holidays); 2nd floor Chapel--Jewish Academy of Orlando; 851 N. Maitland Ave Maitland. 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