One Islamonazi thug replaces another….
Arafat’s nephew makes his move to succeed Abbas
Photo by: REUTERS/KHALED ABDULLAH
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas still has not made a significant move to signal who will succeed him as the leader of the Palestinian Authority (PA), the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), or Fatah.
Nonetheless, Palestinian leaders, vying for all three or one of the top leadership roles, have launched their campaigns to garner support from the Palestinian public and international community. Nasser al-Qudwa, a Palestinian leader known best as the nephew of the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, is one of those leaders.
Qudwa first rose to the upper echelons of the Palestinian leadership when he served as PLO ambassador to United Nations in the 1990s and early 2000s. He gained a reputation as a shrewd diplomat with the ability to navigate the international scene.