Fattah meathead politicians Muhammad Dahlan PMW

PMW: Senior Fatah MP Says International Community Upholds Our Right to Murder Jews…….

That’s how the Fakestinians see it

Muhammad Dahlan:

It’s a great sense of pride and joy to know how much Arafat
both successfully fooled the world, and loved to murder Jews

Palestinian Media Watch unveils yet another window into the mindset that drives Fakestinian politics. They all, regardless of whether its Hamas, Islamic Jihad or Fattah, love to murder Jews, and they truly believe, as the Tundra Tabloids does, that the international community (read= UN) has given them carte blanche to commit these atrocities against the Jewish state.

The reason as to why they would think so, is due to the IC’s funding their gangster enterprise over the past 60 years, as well as finding sympathetic voices in western governments all the while they are actively trying to murder Israelis. How could Dahlan not come to that conclusion is the question, it’s as plain as the stink on Arafat’s corpse. KGS

PA’s Dahlan: Arafat deceived the world

Dahlan: “Arafat would condemn [terror] operations by day while at night he would do honorable things

Dahlan:Resistance [terror] is our right, a legal right” for Palestinians “in the proper place and at the proper time”

PA (Fatah) Member of Parliament Muhammad Dahlan has publicly stated that Yasser Arafat was deceiving the world when he condemned Palestinian terror. Dahlan made these comments after defending the Palestinian Authority’s “right” to use terror, and citing Arafat’s behavior as an example:

Arafat would condemn [terror] operations by day while at night he would do honorable things.”

Dahlan said this in the context of defending the use of Palestinian terror, which he called a “legal right.” He advocated that this “legal right” be implemented carefully “in the proper place and at the proper time,” and only by the “leadership” of the PA.

It is interesting to note that the forces that will be available to fight Israel, if and when the PA leadership decides the timing is right, are the soldiers being trained by US Lt. Gen. Dayton.

The strategy of engaging in a diplomatic process while continuing to embrace violence or planning to use it in the future is a common theme expressed by PA leaders.

Abbas himself told the Jordanian newspaper Al-Dustur last year that the PA was not involved in terror operations because it was “unable,” but added that “in the future stages, things may be different.”

Now we are against armed conflict because we are unable. In the future stages, things may be different. I was honored to be the one to shoot the first bullet in 1965 [Fatah terror against Israel began in 1965], and having taught resistance to many in this area and around the world, defining it and when it is beneficial and when it is not… we had the honor of leading the resistance. We taught everyone what resistance is, including the Hezbollah, who were trained in our camps [i.e. PLO camps in the 60s].[Al-Dustur, Jordan, Feb. 28, 2008]

Neither Arafat nor PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas ever condemned terror because it is wrong, but only because it is ineffective or because it damages Palestinian interests.

Following is the transcript of the interview with Dahlan:

Muhammad Dahlan, senior Fatah MP:Israel, we have to set a logical time limit of two years, in my opinion. The political plan guarantees the continuation of our national struggle in all its forms, in a way that will fulfill our national aspirations within this period of time.”

PA TV Host: “If so, the [violent] resistance and struggle continue.”

Muhammad Dahlan: “This is our right, a legal right. The international community affirms it for us. But it is the responsibility of the leadership to use it when it wants, in the proper place and at the proper time. We cannot leave it in the hands of youth who use their own judgment. This is the difference between [PA] using this right and just anyone using it. I lived with Chairman Yasser Arafat for years. Arafat would condemn [terror] operations by day while at night he would do honorable things. I don’t want to say any more about this.” [PA TV (Fatah), July 22, 2009]

4 Responses

  1. I remember once a Palestinian propagandist defending Arab suicide bombers on The O'Reilley Factor. He said: "Even your Patrick Henry said: 'Give me liberty or give me death'".

    Naturally, that wasn't the first time Arab propagandists have tried to sway public opinion in the USA in terms of American values. Too often, pro-Israel supporters are not prepared to counter such arguments.

    Sure. The Pro-Israel activists point out that 90% of the West Bank is unoccupied. We point out that Israel has made all kinds of territorial concessions. We even point out the total lack of civil liberties in the Arab administered portion of the West Bank and Gaza.

    These points are all well and fine however, they never pick up the actual thesis behind the Arab propaganda. That thesis is simply this: The only freedom the Arabs of Palestine want is the freedom to murder Jews with impunity.

    It's clear to me that your blog entry above recognizes that thesis. It is an important one to keep in mind when Arabs seek sympathy from the West by blaming Israel for their lack of "freedom".

  2. KGS, your posts are so good, they like the posts at The Gates of Vienna, should be required reading for folks in America. You are doing a great service.

    I hear things can get a little dicey in Finland regarding "freedom of speech". You are an example to us all.

  3. Can you file those Fascist Picture Hall of Horrors anywhere? I love the new one, too! Herr Brown 🙂

  4. TINSC, you are one of the few voices I wish the world would hear more from.

    Beach Girl, many thanks for your kind words, very much appreciated.

    Kumitonttu….I believe you've hit on something that is needed, I'll start to file those pictures fortwith.

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