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From disaster to catastrophe

12.02.2003

This unofficial, unsanctioned peace plan forged between naive Israeli moderates and manipulative Palestinian political figures is turning into a bigger disaster every day. When I first heard about this about a year ago, I thought it was a bad idea from the start. I’d hoped it would disappear. Unfortunately, it’s resurfaced – with a vengeance. […]

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Arafat still calling the shots

07.31.2003

More proof that Arafat is still calling the shots among the terrorist groups (literally): “Neither I nor Zakariya received orders from Arafat to make a cease-fire with the Israelis,” said Atta Abu Rumeyli, the Fatah leader in the Jenin refugee camp and one of the city’s strongmen. Abu Rumeyli was referring to Zakariya Zubeidi, chief […]

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Interview with Fatah

01.28.2003

MEMRI has an interview with Farouq Al-Quaddoumi (via LGF), head of the PLO political bureau and secretary general of Fatah’s Central Committee. The interview, translated from Arabic, expresses that, despite what the Palestinian Authority tries to tell the world, it actively supports terror. Question: “Do you support resistance within the 1948 areas as well [as […]

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63% of Palestinians support suicide bombings

12.20.2002

63% of Palestinians think suicide bombings should continue and 80% support the continuation of the intifada, while only 17% oppose it, according to a new poll released Wednesday. (via LGF.) The poll also showed that, while there is widespread mistrust of Palestinian leaders, Yasser Arafat was the most-trusted leader, with 25% support. More importantly, the […]

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Good terrorists and bad terrorists?

11.22.2002

I was pretty upset at the recent news of talks between Hamas and Fatah, that were reported in the international media in such a way that made it seem as though Fatah wanted suicide bombings stopped. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. The Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, the militant (read: terrorist) wing […]

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