The Fatah Bethlehem convention is expected to adopt a harder policy line on peace with Israel, including a renewed call for «armed struggle» against Jewish settlers.
The Fatah conference is scheduled to elect members of the party’s 21-member Central Committee and the 120 seat Revolutionary Council, as well as to discuss and vote on a series of proposals on the movement’s future direction.
Some of the more hard-line proposals were leaked to the Arabic press over the weekend, prompting Israeli cabinet minister Yisrael Katz (Likud) to call them «a declaration of war on the state of Israel».
The leaked proposals include a refusal to acknowledge Israel as a Jewish state, a demand for an Israeli withdrawal to the 1967 lines, a recommitment to «armed struggle» against Israel as one of the options to achieve an independent Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital, and a call for the full right of return for Palestinian refugees to Israel.
The good old PLO is back. The so-called new policies are not new. Its the same program that Yasser Arafat and his flock of terrorist put in their charter during the foundation of the terrorist organization in 1964.
The difference between the PLO in 1964 and 2009 is only the World Opinion. In 1964 the political leaders was not ready to accept terror as a legitimize tool to achieve political gains. After thousands of Islamic suicide bombers, the World has strangely enough changed their mind. Now, its no longer Islamic fascism that is the problem. Its the Jewish state that needs to be removed to bring «peace» to the World.
The people of Earth has believed in the Arabic Islamic lies, a cunning and evil plan for Islamic Word dominion, that has come up from the Abyss. The Messiah said that just before his return, the World shall experience evil like unequal before in the history of our planet. You better get ready. The evil during World War II was only the beginning of birth pain.
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