Fattah Israeli/Palestinian coexistence


Arafat says: The dream for Israel’s total destruction lives on!

High time for the fiction of Fattah’s recognizing Israel’s right to exist to be expunged from the public discourse, it’s a lie, it never happened. A journalist acquaintance of the Tundra Tabloids who was there outside the building where the PNC was voting on the measure to recognize Israel or not – due to pressure from the US president at the time, Bill Clinton- told the TT that the delegates who were piling out of the building after the vote offered were a whole range of different opinions as to what actually occurred.

There was no approval of a formal recognition of Israel’s right to exist, but an agreement to take it to a vote sometime in the future, since the PNC could not coalesce the needed number of delegates to pass the measure. In the end, they never passed the measure, the rest is just blue smoke and mirrors. KGS

‘Fatah has never recognized Israel and will never do so’

06/01/2011 17:04

Central C’tee member, close to Abbas says only governments recognize each other, not political parties; praises Hamas leader’s speech.

Fatah has never recognized Israel’s right to exist and will never do so, according to Azzam al-Ahmed, a member of the Fatah Central Committee who is closely associated with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. 

Ahmed, who is also head of the Fatah negotiating team with Hamas, said PA security forces in the West Bank were arresting Hamas supporters to protect them from being targeted by the IDF.


4 Responses

  1. Forward to this to the liberals who still believe in ‘peace’.

  2. NAKBA DAY – this is NOT about the so-called “West Bank” or “occupation” – it is a clear message from all Palestinians that their intent is to destroy the Jewish state of Israel.

    And still the world sleepwalks in its mass delusion, believing that they are superimposing some kind of cuddly “peace process” onto these barbarians, whose self-proclaimed and sole purpose in life is to inflict genocide onto their Israeli neighbor.

    This is OK with almost all governments around the world. We have lost our moral compass and are in for some very sad times.

  3. I’m not responding to this post but would like to ask why no comments are being taken about the attack on the Finnish politican in the previous story?

    As KGS would say: “Just askin”

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