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Last week a few articles were published comparing the methodology of the Nazis to the Islamo-fascists. One key thing was left out of most of the analysis. Both the Nazis and the Islamists announce their intentions before they take an action. For example Hitler published Mien Kampf. The Muslim terrorists tell the world that despite all negotiations their goal is the destruction of Israel. Not Hamas and Hezbollah, but the Abbas controlled PLO….


Palestinian state temporary ruse to destroy Israel’
Official television network calls for ‘liberation’ of ‘all Palestine’

JERUSALEM – The Palestinian goal of a Palestinian state is just a temporary ruse until “all of Palestine” can be “liberated,” declared a leader speaking yesterday on the official television network of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah organization. Saleh Raafat, a member of the executive committee of Abbas’ Palestine Liberation Organization, was interviewed on PA television about the death last weekend of infamous terrorist leader George Habash, who strongly opposed signing peace agreements with Israel. In comments screened by WND, Raafat told his interviewer: “Habash was a very positive Palestinian leader who used democratic tools to express opinions. He disagreed with [late PLO leader Yasser] Arafat regarding the present temporary vision of a Palestinian state, but he never used weapons to express his disagreement.” Raafat said the Palestinians would accept “22 percent of Palestine” as a “temporary and not permanent” state until “all of Palestine” can be liberated. While Raafat described Habash as “democratic” and as “never” using weapons, Habash’s Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine has carried out scores of notorious deadly terrorist attacks. Raafat was speaking as part of a mourning series on PA television for Habash, the PFLP leader who died in Jordan at the age of 81. Habash’s PFLP gained notoriety in 1970 for hijacking four Western airliners over the U.S., Europe, the Far East and the Persian Gulf. The aircraft were blown up in the Middle East after passengers and crews disembarked. The PFLP in 1972 then gunned down 27 people at Israel’s Lod airport. The PFLP continues operating from Syria, Jordan and the West Bank. More recent attacks include scores of deadly shootings against Israelis, the 2001 assassination of Israeli tourism minister Rechavam Zeevi and suicide bombings on an Israeli highway and in Tel Aviv’s well-known Karmel Market. According to Israeli security officials, the PFLP is the Palestinian terror group most proficient in carrying out successful drive-by shooting attacks. Habash also led the second-largest faction of the PLO, next to Yasser Arafat’s. Habash strongly opposed interim agreements with Israel and throughout his life advocated terror attacks against the Jewish state. Arafat numerous times said peace accords signed by Israel were part of a “phased plan” for the ultimate destruction of the Jewish state.

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