Yasir Arafat

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Yasser Arafat, (Arabic: ياسر عرفات yāsir ^arafāt) (Cairo, Egypt 1929 - Paris, France 2004), born Mohammed Al-Husseini al-Qudwa Abdel-Rahman Abdel-Raouf Arafat, was Chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization, President of the Palestinian National Authority and head of the Fatah movement. Throughout his life Arafat was dedicated to the destruction of Israel and its replacement with an Arab "Palestinian" state.

Columnist on 'Arafat the Monster':

Perhaps his signal contribution to the practice of political terror was the introduction of warfare against children. On one black date in May 1974, three PLO terrorists slipped from Lebanon into the northern Israeli town of Ma'alot. They murdered two parents and a child whom they found at home, then seized a local school, taking more than 100 boys and girls hostage and threatening to kill them unless a number of imprisoned terrorists were released. When Israeli troops attempted a rescue, the terrorists exploded hand grenades and opened fire on the students. By the time the horror ended, 25 people were dead; 21 of them were children.

Thirty years later, no one speaks of Ma'alot anymore. The dead children have been forgotten. Everyone knows Arafat's name, but who ever recalls the names of his victims?

So let us recall them: Ilana Turgeman. Rachel Aputa. Yocheved Mazoz. Sarah Ben-Shim'on. Yona Sabag. Yafa Cohen. Shoshana Cohen. Michal Sitrok. Malka Amrosy. Aviva Saada. Yocheved Diyi. Yaakov Levi. Yaakov Kabla. Rina Cohen. Ilana Ne'eman. Sarah Madar. Tamar Dahan. Sarah Soper. Lili Morad. David Madar. Yehudit Madar. The 21 dead children of Ma'alot -- 21 of the thousands.[1]

Early life

As part of an effort to present himself to the world as the epitome of "Palestine", Arafat would often claim to have been born in Jerusalem (sometime he would identify Gaza as his place of birth). The truth of the matter is that he was born in Cairo, Egypt. Even in his later years his accent and dialect was typical of Egyptians rather than "Palestinians".[2]

In 1933 Arafat's mother died and he was sent to Jerusalem where he lived with his relatives until being called back into Cairo by his father in 1937. With the exception of the 1948 Israel's independence war (where he fought against the Jews alongside the Muslim Brotherhood, which he later joined in 1952[3]), Arafat continued to live in Egypt[4] until 1956 when he moved to Kuwait.[3]

Arafat's father, active in the Egyptian-based Muslim Brotherhood and an ardent Grand Mufti of Jerusalem supporter, has recruited him with his brother as child-soldiers to fight for the Mufti.[5]

Through Sheikh Hassan Abu al-Saud, Arafat became acquainted with the Mufti al-Husseini.[6]

Arafat was trained by a former German-Nazi - provided by the Mufti al-Husseini.[7]

In an Aug 2, 2002 interview, Arafat called the Arab leader and Nazi ally, Hajj Amin Al Husseini, "our hero". And that he was of his 1948 troops.[8][9]

Terrorist career

In the late 1950s Arafat and other Arabs claiming to be "Palestinians" founded the Fatah movement, dedicated to bringing the destruction of Israel through armed struggle.[3] Fatah started its terroristic campaign against Israel in 1965,[10] two years before the so-called Israeli "occupation" of the West Bank and Gaza Strip started. In 1969, Arafat took over the PLO (which was formed five years earlier) and turned it into an umbrella organization which included the Fatah and other "Palestinian" terrorist groups.[10] As a strategy of use of children in terror, already early on, he and G. Habash led Lion Cubs - Palestinisn Arabs.

Arafat has contributed much to the 1970s Lebanon's civil war.

Yasir Arafat’s Timeline of Terror[11]:

  •  Feb. 21, 1970: SwissAir flight 330, bound for Tel Aviv, is bombed in mid-flight by PFLP, a PLO member group. 47 people are killed.
  •  May 8, 1970: PLO terrorists attack an Israeli schoolbus with bazooka fire, killing nine pupils and three teachers from Moshav Avivim
  •  Sept. 6, 1970: TWA, Pan-Am, and BOAC airplanes are hijacked by PLO terrorists.
  •  September 1970: Jordanian forces battle the PLO terrorist organization, driving its members out of Jordan after the group’s violent activity threatens to destabilize the kingdom. The terrorists flee to Lebanon. This period in PLO history is called “Black September.”
  •  May 1972: PFLP, part of the PLO, dispatches members of the Japanese Red Army to attack Lod Airport in Tel Aviv, killing 27 people.
  •  Sept. 5, 1972: Munich Massacre —11 Israeli athletes are murdered at the Munich Olympics by a group calling themselves “Black September,”said to be an arm of Fatah, operating under Arafat’s direct command. Neo-Nazi, Willi Pohl, aided "Palestinian" perpetrators of 1972 Munich Massacre.[12]
  •  March 1, 1973: Palestinian terrorists take over Saudi embassy in Khartoum.[13] The next day, two Americans, including United States ambassador to Sudan Cleo Noel, and a Belgian were shot and killed. James J. Welsh, an analyst for the National Security Agency from 1969 through 1974, charged Arafat with direct complicity in these murders.
  •  April 11, 1974: 11 people are killed by Palestinian terrorists who attack apartment building in Kiryat Shmona.
  •  May 15, 1974: PLO terrorists infiltrating from Lebanon hold children hostage in Ma’alot school. 26 people, 21 of them children, are killed.
  •  June 9, 1974: Palestinian National Council adopts “Phased Plan,” which calls for the establishment of a Palestinian state on any territory evacuated by Israel, to be used as a base of operations for destroying the whole of Israel. The PLO reaffirms its rejection of United Nations Security Council Resolution 242, which calls for a “just and lasting peace” and the “right to live in peace within secure and recognized boundaries free from threats or acts of force.”
  •  November 1974: PLO takes responsibility for the PDFLP’s Beit She’an murders in which 4 Israelis are killed.
  •  Nov. 13, 1974: Arafat, wearing a holster (he had to leave his gun at the entrance), addresses the U.N. General Assembly.
  •  March 1975: Members of Fatah attack the Tel Aviv seafront and take hostages in the Savoy hotel. Three soldiers, three civilians and seven terrorists are killed.
  •  March 1978: Coastal Road Massacre —Fatah terrorists take over a bus on the Haifa-Tel Aviv highway and kill 21 Israelis.
  •  1982: Having created a terrorist mini-state in Lebanon destabilizing that nation, PLO is expelled as a result of Israel’s response to incessant PLO missile attacks against northern Israeli communiti es. Arafat relocates to Tunis.
  •  Oct. 7, 1985: Italian cruise ship Achille Lauro is hijacked by Palestinian terrorists. Wheelchair-bound elderly man, Leon Klinghoffer, was shot and thrown overboard. Intelligence reports note that instructions originated from Arafat’s headquarters in Tunis.
  • The 25 September 1985 Arafat's Fatah's Force-17 attackers of a group of Israeli tourists in Cyprus, included an open neo-Nazi.


  •  Dec. 12, 1988: Arafat claims to accept Israel’s right to exist.
  •  September 1993: Arafat shakes hands with Israeli Prime Minister Rabin, inaugurating the Oslo Accords. Arafat pledges to stop incitement and terror, and to foster co-existence with Israel, but fails to comply. Throughout the years of negotiations, aside from passing, token efforts, Arafat does nothing to stop Hamas, PFLP, and Islamic Jihad from carrying out thousands of terrorist attacks against Israeli civilians. With Arafat’s encouragement and financial support, groups directly under Arafat’s command, such as the Tanzim and Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, also carry out terror attacks.
  •  Oct. 21, 1996: Speaking at a rally near Bethlehem, Arafat said “We know only one word – jihad. jihad, jihad, jihad. Whoever does not like it can drink from the Dead Sea or from the Sea of Gaza.” (Yediot Ahronot, October 23, 1996)
  •  April 16, 1998: In a statement published in the official Palestinian Authority newspaper Al-Hayat Al-Jadeeda, Arafat is quoted: “O my dear ones on the occupied lands, relatives and friends throughout Palestine and the diaspora, my colleagues in struggle and in arms, my colleagues in struggle and in jihad…Intensify the revolution and the blessed intifada…We must burn the ground under the feet of the invaders.”
  •  July 2000: Arafat rejects peace settlement offered by Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, which would have led to a Palestinian state.

– September 2000: New “intifada” is launched. Arafat continues to incite, support and fund terrorism.

  •  Jan. 3, 2002: Israelis intercept the Karine-A, a ship loaded with 50 tons of mortars, rocket launchers, anti-tank mines and other weapons intended for the Palestinian war against the Israelis. The captain admits he was under the command of the Palestinian Authority.
  •  September 2003:  IMF report titled “Economic Performance and Reforms under Conflict Conditions,” states that Arafat has diverted $900 million of public PA funds into his own accounts from 1995 – 2000.

Below are some of the attacks since Sept 2000 perpetrated by groups under Arafat’s command:

  •   May 29, 2001:  Gilad Zar, an Itamar resident, was shot dead in a terrorist ambush by Fatah Tanzim.
  •  May 29, 2001: Sara Blaustein, 53, and Esther Alvan, 20, of Efrat, were killed in a drive-by shooting south of Jerusalem. The Fatah Tanzim claimed responsibility for the attack.
  •  June 18, 2001: Doron Zisserman, 38, shot and killed in his car by Fatah sniper fire.
  •   Aug 26, 2001: Dov Rosman, 58, killed in a shooting attack by Fatah terrorist.
  •  Sept 6, 2001:  Erez Merhavi, 23, killed in a Fatah Tanzim ambush shooting near Hadera while driving to a wedding. 
  •  Sept 20, 2001: Sarit Amrani, 26, killed by Fatah terrorist snipers as she was traveling in a car with her husband and 3 children.
  •  Oct 4, 2001: 3 killed, 13 wounded, when a Fatah terrorist, dressed as an Israeli paratrooper, opened fire on Israeli civilians waiting at the central bus station in Afula. 
  •  Nov 27, 2001 – 2 killed 50 injured when two Palestinian terrorists opened fire with Kalashnikov assault rifles on a crowd of people near the central bus station in Afula. Fatah and the Islamic Jihad claimed joint responsibility.
  •  Nov 29, 2001: 3 killed and 9 wounded in a suicide bombing on an Egged 823 bus en route from Nazereth to Tel Aviv near the city of Hadera. The Islamic Jihad and Fatah claimed responsibility for the attack.
  •  Dec 12, 2001 – 11 killed and 30 wounded when three terrorists attacked a bus and several passenger cars with a roadside bomb, anti-tank grenades, and light arms fire near the entrance to Emmanuel in Samaria . Both Fatah and Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack.
  •  Jan 15, 2002:  Avi Boaz, 71, an American citizen, was kidnapped at a PA security checkpoint in Beit Jala. His bullet-riddled body was found in a car near Bethlehem. The Fatah’s Al-Aksa Brigade claimed responsibility for the murder.
  •  Jan 15, 2002: Yoela Chen, 45, was shot dead by an Al Aqsa Brigade terrorist
  •  Jan 17, 2002: 6 killed, 35 wounded when a Fatah terrorist burst into a bat mitzva reception in a banquet hall in Hadera opening fire with an M-16 assault rifle.
  •  Jan 22, 2002: 2 killed, 40 injured when a Fatah terrorist opened fire with an M-16 assault rifle near a bus stop in downtown Jerusalem.
  •  Jan. 27, 2002: One person was killed and more than 150 were wounded by a female Fatah suicide bomber in the center of Jerusalem. 
  •  Feb 6, 2002 – A mother and her 11 year old daughter were murdered in their home by a Palestinian terrorist disguised in an IDF uniform. Both Fatah and Hamas claimed responsibility.
  •  Feb 18, 2002: Ahuva Amergi, 30, was killed and a 60-year old man was injured when a Palestinian terrorist opened fire on her car. Maj. Mor Elraz, 25,  and St.-Sgt. Amir Mansouri, 21,  who came to their assistance, were killed while trying to intercept the terrorist. The terrorist was killed when the explosives he was carrying were detonated. The Fatah al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claimed responsibility for the attack.
  •  Feb 22, 2002: Valery Ahmir, 59, was killed by terrorists in a Fatah drive-by shooting north of Jerusalem as he returned home from work.
  •  Feb 25, 2002: Avraham Fish, 65, and Aharon Gorov, 46, were killed in a Fatah terrorist shooting attack south of Bethlehem. Fish’s daughter, 9 months pregnant, was seriously injured but delivered a baby girl.
  •  Feb 25, 2002: Police officer 1st Sgt. Galit Arbiv, 21, died after being fatally shot, when a Fatah terrorist opened fire at a bus stop in the Neve Ya’akov residential neighbhorhood in northern Jerusalem. Eight others were injured.
  •  Feb 27, 2002: Gad Rejwan, 34, of Jerusalem, was shot and killed by one of his Palestinian emplo yees in a factory north of Jerusalem. Two Fatah groups issued a joint statement taking responsibility for the murder.
  •  March 2, 2002: A suicide bombing by Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade in an ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhood of Jerusalem killed 11 people and injured more than 50. 
  •  Mar 5, 2002: 3 were killed and over 30 people were wounded in Tel-Aviv when a Fatah terrorist opened fire on two adjacent restaurants shortly after 2:00 AM. 
  •  Mar 5, 2002: Devorah Friedman, 45, of Efrat, was killed and her husband injured in a Fatah shooting attack on the Bethlehem bypass “tunnel road”, south of Jerusalem.
  •  Mar 9, 2002: Avia Malka, 9 months, and Israel Yihye, 27, were killed and about 50 people were injured when two Fatah terrorists opened fire and threw grenades at cars and pedestrians in the coastal city of Netanya on Saturday evening, close to the city’s boardwalk and hotels.
  •  March 21, 2002: An Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade suicide bomber exploded himself in a crowd of shoppers in Jerusalem, killing 3 and injuring 86.
  •  March 29, 2002: Two killed and 28 injured when a female Fatah suicide bomber blew herself up in a Jerusalem supermarket. 
  •  March 30, 2002: One killed and 30 injured in an Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade suicide bombing in Tel Aviv. 
  •  April 12, 2002: Six  killed and 104 wounded when a female Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade suicide bomber blew herself up at a bus stop on Jaffa road at the entrance to Jerusalem’s Mahane Yehuda open-air market. 
  •  May 27, 2002: Ruth Peled, 56, of Herzliya and her infant granddaughter, aged 14 months, were killed and 37 people were injured when a Fatah suicide bomber detonated himself near an ice cream parlor outside a shopping mall in Petah Tikva.
  •  May 28, 2002 – Albert Maloul, 50, of Jerusalem, was killed when shots were fired by Fatah terrorists at the car in which he was traveling south on the Ramallah bypass road.
  •  May 28, 2002 – Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade terrorists killed Netanel Riachi, 17,  Gilad Stiglitz, 14, and Avraham Siton, 17,  three yeshiva high school students playing basketball.
  •  June 19, 2002: Seven people were killed and 37 injured when a Fatah suicide bomber blew himself up at a crowded bus stop and hitchhiking post in the French Hill neighborhood of Jerusalem.
  •  June 20, 2002: Rachel Shabo, 40, and three of her sons – Neria, 16, Zvika, 12, and Avishai, 5 – as well as a neighbor, Yosef Twito, 31, who came to their aid, were murdered when a terrorist entered their home in Itamar, south of Nablus, and opened fire. Two other children were injured, as well as two soldiers.  The PFLP and the Fatah Al Aqsa Brigades claimed responsibility for the attack.
  •  July 25, 2002: Rabbi Elimelech Shapira, 43, was killed in a Fatah shooting attack near the West Bank community of Alei Zahav. 
  •  July 26, 2002: St.-Sgt. Elazar Lebovitch, 21, of Hebron; Rabbi Yosef Dikstein, 45, of Psagot, his wife Hannah, 42, and their 9-year-old son Shuv’el Zion were killed in a Fatah Al Aqsa Brigade shooting attack south of Hebron. Two other of their children were injured.
  •  July 30, 2002: Shlomo Odesser, 60, and his brother Mordechai, 52, both of Tapuach in Samaria, were shot and killed when their truck came under Fatah fire in the West Bank village of Jama’in. 
  •  Aug 4, 2002: 2 killed and 17 wounded when a Fatah terrorist opened fire with a pistol near the Damascus Gate of Jerusalem’s Old City. 
  •  Aug 5, 2002: Avi Wolanski (29) and his wife Avital (27), of Eli, were killed and one of their children, aged 3, was injured when terrorists opened fire on their car as they were traveling on the Ramallah-Nablus road in Samaria. The Martyrs of the Palestinian Popular Army, a splinter group associated with Arafat’s Fatah movement, claimed responsibility for the attack.
  •  Aug 10, 2002: Yafit Herenstein, 31, of Moshav Mechora in the Jordan Valley, was killed and her husband, Arno, seriously wounded when a Fatah terrorist infiltrated the moshav and opened fire outside their home. 
  •  Sept 18, 2002: Yosef Ajami, 36, was killed when Fatah  terrorists opened fire on his car near Mevo Dotan, north of Jenin in the West Bank.
  •  Oct 29, 2002: Three people, including 2 fourteen year olds, were shot to death by a Fatah terrorist.
  •  Nov 10, 2002: Revital Ohayon, 34, and her two sons, Matan, 5, and Noam, 4, as well as Yitzhak Dori, 44 – all of Kibbutz Metzer – and Tirza Damari, 42,  were killed when a Fatah terrorist infiltrated the kibbutz, located east of Hadera near the Green Line, and opened fire.
  •  Nov 28, 2002: 5 killed and 40 wounded when two Fatah terrorists opened fire and threw grenades at the Likud polling station in Beit She’an, near the central bus station, where party members were casting their votes in the Likud primary.
  •  Apr 24, 2003 – 1 was killed and 13 were wounded in a suicide bombing outside the train station in Kfar Sava. Groups related to the Fatah al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades and the PFLP clamied joint responsibility for the attack.
  •  May 5, 2003 – Gideon Lichterman, 27, was killed and two other passengers, his six-year-old daughter Moriah and a reserve soldier, were seriously wounded when Fatah terrorists fired shots at their vehicle in Samaria. 
  •  May 19, 2003: 3 were killed and 70 were wounded in a suicide bombing at the entrance to the Amakim Mall in Afula. The Islamic Jihad and the Fatah al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades both claimed responsibility for the attack.
  •  Aug 29, 2003:  Shalom Har-Melekh, 25, was killed in a Fatah shooting attack while driving northeast of Ramallah. His wife, Limor, who was seven months pregnant, sustained moderate injuries, and gave birth to a baby girl by Caesarean section.
  •  Jan 29, 2004: 11 people were killed and over 50 wounded in a suicide bombing of an Egged bus no. 19 at the corner of Gaza and Arlozorov streets in Jerusalem. Both the Fatah-related Al Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades and Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack.
  •  Mar 14, 2004: 10 were killed and 16 wounded in a double suicide bombing at Ashdod Port. Hamas and Fatah claimed responsibility for the attack.
  •  May 2, 2004: Tali Hatuel, 34, and her daughters – Hila, 11, Hadar, 9, Roni, 7, and Merav, 2 – of Katif in the Gaza Strip were killed when two Palestinian terrorists fired on an Israeli car at the entrance to the Gaza Strip settlement bloc of Gush Katif. Fatah and Islamic Jihad claimed joint responsibility for the attack.
Arafat: "Dead children are the greatest nessage to the world." (Jan 15, 2002).[17][18]

At the Intifada, Yassir Arafat made great use of children as tools. Creating Martyrs for the Media. And has "improved" each time. [19][20]

Links with neo-Nazis

  • 1969+

- After the April 2, 1969 Barcelona conference of neo-Nazi organizations with two Fatah recruiters. It adopted a resolution to assist the PLO in every way possible.

- "The first manifestation of this help was the recruitment of a former SS officer to command a PLO training camp at Basra, in Lebanon. In September of the same year, Jean Tireault, secretary of the neo-Nazi movement was arrested in Brussels in connection with PLO terrorists acts in Belgium. - At another meeting held in Paris, March 28 1970, Jean Robert Debbaudt, a Belgian ex- officer in Hitler's Waffen SS, leader of the neo-Nazi rexist Party, offered to place his group at the service of the PLO."[21]

From the Reagan Library:[22]

Links Between the Neo-Nazis and the PLO

Publications both in Israel and abroad have established that ties have existed between the PLO and various neo-Nazi groups since the 1960s when ex-SS officers found asylum in Arab countries provided advice and guidance to the budding PLO.

In April 1969, a world conference of neo-Nazi Organizations, on which about 100 delegates from Europe and Latin America participated was held in Barcelona, at which an Algerian delegate proposed a resolution condemning Zionist "imperialism" and succeeded in obtaining a promise from the neo-Nazi organizations of assistance in both manpower and arms for the PLO. The first manifestation of this assistance was the recruitment of an ex-SS officer to command a PFLP training camp at Basra in southern Iraq. In September 1969 Jean Tireault, secretary of the neo-Nazi movement in Brussels, was arrested on suspicion of maintaining contacts with PLO members who had carried out a terrorist attack in Belgium.

In 1970 a complex network of financial cooperation between neo-Nazi organizations and the PLO was uncovered, following the appearance of François Genoud, a Swiss banker who was the director of the Arab Bank in Geneva, as an observer of a PLO terrorist who had attacked an El Al plane at Zurich in February 1969. Genoud...of being connected with the 'Spider' currency smuggling network, which was regarded as responsible for the transfer to Swiss Bank vaults of the booty of Nazi thefts and robberies.

On 1973 a number of European newspapers revealed that two well-known neo-Nazis, the Belgian Karl van de Put and the German Johan Schuller, had acted as recruiting agents for Fatah.

Shortly before the October 1973 Yom Kippur war, the German neo-Nazi newspaper 'Nationalist and Soldiers' Chronicle' offered its readers a trip to the Middle East to learn about the Palestinian struggle. The notice stated that money was no problem, and that what was important was courage and friendship. At the same time Austrian police arrested the Austian neo-Nazi leader Herald Engelke, after his party had given asylum and assistance to PLO members who had been smuggled into Austria using forged Israeli passports in order carry out acts of terror there.

In January 1978 the general prosecutor of the West German Supreme Court at Karlsruhe opened an investigation into links between the neo-Nazi organizations and the PLO, following the arrest of 4 Germans who were members of the Adolf Hitler Free Korps - which had been engaged in arms-running from Arab countries on behalf of the PLO.

For the past few years, the various PLO factions have been showing their appreciation for the help which they have received from the neo-Nazis in Europe by providing them with financial assistance and training at PLO camps. For example, the West German student Gundolf Keller, a member of the neo-Nazi Military Sports Club who was killed in September 1980 when an explosive charge went off at the Munich Beer Festival, had undergone military training at a PLO camp in southern Lebanon. Karl Heinz Hoffman who heads this group, has also spent some in Beirut for "Business purposes." The exact nature of his business was later revealed in conversations which were monitored by German security forces in which he told his Palestinian friends that he was acting in the way Adolf Hitler would have acted had he still been alive.

Further details of neo-Nazi-PLO cooperation was revealed on 30 January 1981, during the interrogation of Adv. Manfred Roeder, one of the leaders of the West German neo-Nazi movement.
  • 1977.

Arafat's Fatah made a deal with the French Work (L'Oeuvre Francaise), a neo-Nazi group, to train its members in terrorist operations. L'Oeuvre Francaise agreed to conduct terrorist operations on behalf of Fatah.[23][21]

  • 1980/1.

Reported in Aug 1981, that according to FBI reports American neo-Nazis (led by Harold Covington) and Fatah personmel trained together in a camp in North Carolina.[21]

Links in Latin America

Yassir Arafat and George Habash had also links to Latin American groups. Ismael Jacinto Haiek, former combatant in Palestine Gurrilla terrorist group,[24] then leader of guerilla Montoneros commando cell in La Plata Argentina in the 1970s, was known to have been in contact with Yassir Arafat of the Palestine Liberation Organization and George Habash, head of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and was arrested at the time.[25][26] He was correspondent for the Cuestiones Arabes ("Arab Problems"), as well as for La Voz de Palestina ("The Voice of Palestine"), two antisemitic magazines, and produced Patria Ba'rbara ("What a Fatherland!"), a clandestine publication of the Montoneros guerrillas.[27] Reportedly, since 2013 Ismael Jacinto Hayek is active in a 2013 formed Shiite Islamic group of Iran in (La Rioja) Argentina.[28]

Hussein Triki

Hussein Triki, Nazi collaborator[29] who in the early 1960s as Arab League's representative was spreading hate via his "Nacion Arabe," worked with neo nazi Tacuara gang that attacked Jews in Argentina,[30] in the early 1980s, has tried to establish PLO officer there.[31] Years later, he openly denied the Holocaust.[32][33]

Related: Hezbollah, Latin America

The phased strategy, pretend moderation and doublespeak

After 1973 Yom Kippur War the Arabs concluded that destruction of Israel cannot be achieved in one strike. As a result, the PLO under Arafat adopted in 1974 a political program called the phased strategy. The phased strategy called on the "Palestinians" to establish control over any part of "Palestine" (i.e. Israel, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip) even if other parts of it remained under Israeli control, with the ultimate intention of taking over the entirety of "Palestine" (i.e. destroying the state of Israel)[34]

Approximately at the same time, Romania's Communist president Nicolae Ceausescu taught Arafat how to pretend to be a moderate and against terrorism while simultaneously commissioning terrorist operations (to be committed by groups not publicly affiliated with Arafat) and working towards Israel's destruction.[35] Similar advice was also being given by the Vietnamese.[36]

In a 1988 press conference in Geneva Arafat made statements renouncing terrorism and embracing Israel's right to exist.[37] However, the statements he and other members of the "Palestinian" leadership made when speaking toward Arab and Muslim audiences were very different. In the very same year when Arafat supposedly accepted Israel's right to exist, his deputy Salah Khalaf expressed his commitment to the phased strategy: "This is a state for the coming generations. At first, [the Palestinian state] would be small ... [But] God willing, it would expand eastward, westward, northward, and southward ... [True,] I [once] wanted all of Palestine all at once. But I was a fool. Yes, I am interested in the liberation of Palestine, but the question is how. And the answer is Step by step."[38] Until the end of his life, Arafat and his entourage played a game of doublespeak, expressing support for peace and coexistence when speaking to Israeli and western audiences while calling for terrorism and Israel's destruction when speaking to Arabs and Muslims.[34] While Arafat tried to present himself as a moderate, the actions of the PLO under his command said otherwise. In 1990 the Palestinian Liberation Front, a faction of the PLO, tried to launch a terrorist attack on Israel's beaches.[39] Arafat and the PLO leadership refused to condemn the attack or take action against the Palestinian Liberation Front.[40] In what should have convinced everybody that the "Palestinian" terrorist hasn't changed, Arafat gave his support for the Iraqi occupation of Kuwait.[41]

Arafat & continuous Islamic Palestinian treatment of Christians

Despite intimidation against anyone in Bethlehem and surrounding areas to ever speak out against oppressive Islamic "Palestinian" authorities, persecution have been documented, when possible.

Arafat and Islamization are the cause of Christian decline in Bethlehem. It began since Arafat took control. Repression, second class citizens, harassment and more.[42][43]

In 2001, amids hypocrisy by Islamic Arafat propaganda as if he cares about Bethlehen, it was brought up how Arafat's members raped Christians in Beit Jala.[44]

Author, researcher:[45]

Palestinian Christians are a religious minority whose unique interests and problems have received scant attention. They are a group that has faced almost uninterrupted persecution in the years since the Oslo peace process began, suffering from the difficulties of being a religious minority living in a Palestinian Authority whose inner workings, both from a legal and societal perspective, are often governed by strict adherence to Muslim religious law. They are a group that has been abandoned by its leaders, who have chosen to curry favor with the Palestinian leadership by refusing to acknowledge the magnitude of the threat.

They are a group whose persecution has gone almost entirely ignored by the international community, the relevant NGOs, and other human rights advocates. Facing widespread corruption in the PA security and police forces, facing growing anarchy and lawlessness in an increasingly xenophobic and restless Muslim populace, the Palestinian Christians have been all but abandoned by the very people whose task it is to protect them. The current massive emigration of Palestinian Christians from the territories can be demonstratively linked to the political empowerment of the Palestinian Authority in those areas. In this monograph, Justus Reid Weiner analyzes their plight, and discloses why their 2000-year-old community's survival is in doubt.


In addition to imaginary charges and claims that have mostly been proven baseless [i.e., the "massacre" in Jenin (that never happened)] Palestinians have now shifted their propaganda to the American Churches after realizing that there is well-grounded support there for Israel. The "Holy Land Trust" has launched an effort to convince Christians in the U.S.that Israel—not the Palestinians—is victimizing Christians in "Palestine." At least one Arab-American reporter does not buy this propaganda and points out the horrendous abuse that Christian Arabs (and non-Arabs) suffered from Palestinians.

"Arafat's Islamo-fascist storm troopers have shown nothing but contempt for Christians and their holy sites." Decries Chrustian Arab exposing the semi Islamized 'so-called "Christians" even rationalize terrorism.'[47]


...the real reason for Christian decline in Bethlehem: the Palestinian Authority and radical Islam.

It started with Yasser Arafat. Arriving from Tunis, Arafat immediately set out to suppress the Palestinian middle class across the West Bank, which he understood could be the only real opposition to his planned dictatorial authority. He nationalized most business sectors and squeezed Palestinian small businessmen out of business. Especially hard hit were middle class businessmen of Bethlehem, mainly Christian.

Arafat then sidelined the long-time Christian mayor of Bethlehem, Elias Freij, and Arafat’s henchmen led a campaign of terror and intimidation against Christian institutions and families in the city. Land theft, beatings, and intimidation of Christians in Bethlehem by PA security services and other gangs became routine. Forced marriages between Christian women and Moslem men were reported. In 2002, Arafat’s terrorists even took over and defiled the Church of the Nativity for 39 days, holding 200 priests as hostage as the terrorists sought to escape Israeli justice.

The result was an inexorable and ongoing Christian exodus from Bethlehem; a city captured by the PA and taken over by a very intolerant strain of Islam.

... the radical Islamic assault on Christians across the Middle East, often with government encouragement and support.

According to a report commissioned in 2019 by then-British foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt, pervasive persecution of Christians “sometimes amounting to genocide” is ongoing in parts of the Middle East. Millions of Christians in the region “have been uprooted from their homes, and many have been killed, kidnapped, imprisoned and discriminated against,” the report finds.

It also highlights how states, and state-sponsored social media, incite hatred and publish propaganda against Christians, especially in Iran, Iraq, and Turkey. “The governing AKP in Turkey depicts Christians as a “threat to the stability of the nation. Turkish Christian citizens have often been stereotyped as not real Turks but as Western collaborators.”

Iraq has lost at least two-thirds of its Christians over the past two decades. More than 600,000 Syrian Christians have been displaced or fled Syria since the civil war began. Other Christians have been massacred and buried in mass graves.

In Gaza, Islamic militants have bombed churches, killed prominent Christians (mostly Greek Orthodox), and forced others to convert to Islam. In the West Bank, Arab Christians are better off than almost anywhere in the region, but only an estimated 50,000 live there – about two percent of the population, down from 10 percent in 1920.

Overall, Christians now make up only four percent of the population of the Middle East, down from 20 percent a century ago.

The situation of Christians in Bethlehem has deteriorated dramatically in the last century, and especially since the PA took control of the city in 1995. In 1947, Christians comprised about 85% of the city’s population, but that figure had actually tplunged to 16% by 2016, and is estimated since then.[49]

Historian: "...the bitter experience of non-Muslim communities in Arab countries—like the fate of Arab Christians, the Muslims’ supposed partners in Arab nationalism. What return should Israelis expect for abandoning their national sovereignty, when Coptic Christian churches in Egypt are burned, and Coptic priests and laymen physically assaulted? The Copts are an integral part of the Egyptian people, yet many of them suffer from persecution at the hands of radical Muslims, and many have fled Egypt. A similar fate has befallen Palestinian Christians, who have lived in perpetual fear of the Palestinian security forces and the armed groups in the areas under their control. Christians have emigrated in large numbers, and the relative proportion of Christians within the Palestinian Authority has steadily declined since its establishment in 1994. At least ten thousand Christian Arabs have fled, including some three thousand since the outbreak of hostilities in September 2000."[50]

With Saddam Hussein

After Saddam Hussein in 1990 occupied Kuwait, it was Arafat, who stood out to support him. Gulf Arabs remember that decades later.[51]

The Oslo Agreements

President Clinton with Yitzhak Rabin and Yassir Arafat on the South Lawn, September 13, 1993.

The PLO lost much of its financial support after the fall of the Soviet Union and its allied governments in eastern Europe. Further compounding the problem was Arafat's support of Saddam Hussein during the Gulf War; the remaining Arab governments withdrew their financial support from the PLO, diminishing its ability to yield dominance among the "Palestinians".[52] Arafat was facing marginalization. As a result, Arafat was willing to answer Israel's peace offers and signed the Oslo accords in 1993 in order to rebuild his power by renewing relations with Israel and the United States. In the Oslo accords Arafat promised to refrain from terrorism; in return, a PLO-controlled Palestinian Authority was established as a governing body responsible for administering self-rule in the "Palestinian" territories and preventing terrorism through its police force.[53][54] In 1994, in what would later turn out to be the most shameful moment in the Nobel Prize committee's history, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Arafat, Shimon Peres and Yitzhak Rabin, "for their efforts to create peace in the Middle East," following negotiations leading to the Oslo Accords of 1993.[55]

Evidence that Arafat would not abide his words of peace was immediately forthcoming. King Hussein of Jordan sent Israel a message saying "Israel is doing business with the worst possible person. Arafat has proved time and again that his word cannot be trusted."[56] At the same time that he was signing the Oslo accords, Arafat had a pre-recorded message broadcast on Arab TV saying that the agreement was actually an implantation of the phased strategy, i.e. destroying Israel in phases.[34] Arafat once again showed that his real plan was to dupe Israel into giving him control over more and more territories until he could expand "Palestinian" rule to include all of Israel. Other "Palestinian" leaders, such as PLO official Faisal Husseini, outright declared that the "Palestinians"’ real goal was to destroy Israel.[57] More evidence of Arafat’s real intention in signing the Oslo accords emerged after his death.[58] A year after signing Oslo, Arafat made a speech in a Johannesburg mosque calling for Jihad against Israel. He also compared the Oslo accords to the treaty of Hudaybiya, a peace treaty Muhammad signed with the Quraysh tribe only in order to strengthen his forces and later on use them in order to conquer the Quraysh.[59] Arafat compared the peace agreements to the treaty of Hudaybiya once more in 1998, and that “all options are open before the Palestinian people”, meaning he will return to full blown terrorism is necessary.[60]

Arafat support for terrorism was not limited to words. His Palestinian Authority and its police forces not only did little to stop terrorist attacks against Israelis by other "Palestinian" factions such as Hamas, but in 1997 Arafat gave Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad a green light to continue terrorist attacks against Israel.[61] Arafat's own men also continued to be involved in terrorism. The "Palestinian" police force, which supposed to have no more than 24,000 police officers, grew to 40,000 men in 1998.[62] In direct violations of the Oslo agreements, during the late 1990s the "Palestinian" police forces were relentlessly working on procuring and producing anti-tank weapons, anti-aircraft weapons, machine guns and hand grenades, clearly intended to be used in an upcoming confrontation with Israel.[63] In 1997, the commander of the "Palestinian" police Ghazi Jabali ordered police officers under in his command to carry attacks against Israelis. The same year Jabali proudly declared that more than 150 members of the terrorist groups Hamas and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine were employed by the "Palestinian" police. At least 25 of these men were wanted terrorists.[64] In addition to the "Palestinian" police, Arafat also created the Fatah-controlled Tanzim militia as part of his terrorist infrastructure.[65]

Arafat also used anti-Israeli incitement in order to encourage terrorism.[66]

1996 and on

In early 1996.
The Palestinians established youth camps, "which are under the model of the Nazi youth organization Hitler Yugend, which provide a well-planned mixture of Ideological indoctrination and military training for thousands of young Palestinians every year." It's where they are further brainwashed with racist and anti-Semitic ideology.[67][68]

On September 24, 1996, Arafat said of Palestinian security forces in Gaza: "They will fight for Allah, and they will kill and be killed, and this is a solemn oath...Our blood is heap .... compared with the cause which has brought us together and which at moments separated us, but shortly we will meet again in heaven [sic]... Palestine is our land and Jerusalem is our capital."[69]

Demographic subversion

Another means by which Arafat tried to destroy Israel was by trying to force it to comply with the so-called "right of return", the Arab demand that all the "Palestinian" refugees from the Israeli independence war and their descendants will be allowed back into Israel. If this demand were materialize, Arabs would soon become the majority population in Israel, leading to its unification with the West Bank and Gaza Strip.[70] Arafat was an ardent supporter of the right of return until the end of his life. As late as 2004 he made statements calling for the return of all "Palestinian" refugees into Israel.[71]

Camp David peace talks and the second Intifada

In July 2000 peace talks between Arafat and then Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak were held in Camp David. The talks’ ultimate goal was to reach a final settlement on the Israeli-"Palestinian" conflict.[72] The Israelis offered him a "Palestinian" state on 100% of the Gaza Strip, 95% of the West Bank and joint control over Jerusalem. Due to the fact that Israeli was not willing to give all the "Palestinian" territories and agree to the right of return, Arafat rejected the offer.[73] Two months later, in September 2000, he launched the Al-Aqsa intifada, a campaign of terrorism against Israeli. While "Palestinians" have often tried to present the intifada as a spontaneous uprising against Israel which resulted from Sharon’s visit to the temple mount, truth of the matter it was planned in advance by the Palestinian Authority, as several figures the leadership have disclosed, and the preparations for an armed confrontation with Israel were evident even before the Intifada started.[74]

The animalistic October 2000 Ramallah lynch was a pivotal moment.

Arafat's Tanzim militia played a key role in carrying attacks against Israel.[65] In addition to ordering his own men to engage in terrorist attacks, Arafat also instructed Hamas a to commit terrorist operations against Israel.[75] Arafat also tried to incite Arab residents of Israel to join his terroristic campaign.[76]

As a means to encourage suicide bombings Arafat offered money to the families of suicide bombers. In 2001, Arafat paid $2,000 to the family of a "Palestinian" homicide bomber who attacked the beach front Dolphinarium dance club in Tel Aviv, killing 21 people, mostly teenagers. More than 120 people were injured. Arafat sent the terrorist's father a letter praising his son's murderous act.[77]

In January 2002 the Israeli navy intercepted Karine A, a weapon carrying ship intended for the Palestinian Authority. The boat included 50 tons of advanced weapons including Katyusha rockets, riles, mines and anti-tank missiles. An interrogation of the ship's crew revealed that the purchaser of the weapons was an official in the Palestinian Authority. The missiles captured had a long range and could have reached Israel's southern coastal cities.[78]

Eventually Israel took actions against Arafat and in April 2002 launched operation Defensive Shield, in which the IDF fought against the terrorist infrastructure in the West Bank. Arafat's compound (the Mukataa) was raided. Arafat was confined to the compound until his hospitalization in 2004.[79] "Palestinian" documents captured during the operation proved beyond doubt that Arafat was heavily involved in terrorism.[80] Interrogations of captured terrorists yielded similar evidence.[81][82] While the Israeli siege on the Mukataa continued, Arafat was still continuing his involvement in terrorism. On September the head of the Israeli military intelligence revealed that orders for terrorist attacks were still being given from Arafat's compound.[61]

Corruption & theft

Arafat, as he arrived in Gaza in 1994. set the tone for a "tradition" of corruption and stealing, creating a 'wealthy Palestinian elite that builds exclusive neighborhoods around Ramallah, leaving thousands of shoddily constructed apartments without services for the rest of Palestinian society.' He took control of every contract and investment, using donor money to build a secret $1 billion portfolio, including investments in Coca-Cola, a Tunisian cellular phone company and venture-capital funds in the United States and the Cayman Islands. Arafat stole $1 billion in tax revenue relayed by Israel for Palestinian workers. [83]

Some noted:[84]
Yasser Arafat is estimated to have embezzled $1-3 billion alone. Today, the blackmail money keeps flowing in exchange for quiet.


After his health to began to deteriorate, Arafat was flown in October 2004 to a military hospital in Paris. A little more than a week later he died.[85] His doctor confirmed that Arafat died of AIDS.[86]

Personal life

Arafat remained single until marrying Suha Arafat (born Suha Tawil) in 1990, when he was 61. During most of their marriage, Arafat lived separately from Suha and their (supposedly) shared daughter Zahwa.[87][88]

His marriage to Suha might have been a cover to hide his true sexual leanings. Ion Mihai Pacepa, former head of the Romanian intelligence, has written that Arafat started to have sex with other men already as a teenager.[89] Former Democrat Party chairman Terry McAuliffe has also said that during a 2000 dinner in Washington Arafat repeatedly rubbed his leg under the table.[90] According to former National Security Agency analyst James J. Welsh, some of Arafat's homosexual liaisons were with boys as young as 13.[86]

These allegations, along with the fact Arafat spent most of his time apart from his wife, raise serious questions about the parentage of his supposed daughter.


  • “I come bearing an olive branch and a freedom fighter’s gun. Do not let the olive branch fall from my hand.” United Nations General Assembly, 1974.
  • In the name of God, the merciful, the compassionate. But if the enemy incline toward peace, do thou also incline toward peace, and trust in God. Arafat Nobel Prize Speech [91]

See also

External links


  1. Jeff Jacoby, Globe Columnist, Arafat the monster, Boston Globe, November 11, 2004.
  2. - Yassir Arafat, 1929-2004, Aish, Nov 10, 2004
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Arafat timeline - CBC
  4. Aburish, Said K. (1998). From Defender to Dictator. New York: Bloomsbury Publishing, 13–18. ISBN 1-58234-049-8. 
  5. M. Rosen: Armies of the Young: Child Soldiers in War and Terrorism, 2005. p.109
  6. "The Palestinian National Movement..." Abu Fakhr, Saqr, The Arab Foundation for Studies and Publishing, 2003, p. 27.
    He was born in Cairo on 8/24/1929. His mother, Zahwa Abu Al-Saud, died when he was four. His father sent him and his brother Fathi to Jerusalem to live with their uncle, Salim Abu Al-Saud. Later on, he became acquainted with Haj Amin Al-Husseini through Sheikh Hassan Abu Al-Saud.
  7. Yasser Arafat: Nazi trained, Washington Times, 9 Aug 2002.

    Mr. Arafat’s mentor, Haj Amin Al Husseini, the grand mufti of Jerusalem, indoctrinated him with hatred toward Israel. The grand mufti led Palestinian Arabs from 1920 until Mr. Arafat succeeded him in 1967. The mufti encouraged Arab terrorism against Jewish immigrants to Palestine between the two world wars, and like Mr. Arafat today, the mufti piously disclaimed any responsibility for terrorist acts committed by his followers. In 1929 and 1936, the mufti personally led large-scale riots against Jewish settlers. During World War II, the mufti journeyed to Nazi Germany where he personally begged Adolf Hitler to invade British-ruled Palestine and rid it of Jews. The mufti received sympathy, but no help, from Hitler. Nevertheless, he broadcast radio tirades approving Hitler’s "final solution" of the Jewish problem.

    The mufti barely escaped trial for treason by fleeing to Egypt in 1946. There he made young Yasser Arafat, then living in Cairo, his protege. The mufti secretly imported a former Nazi commando officer into Egypt to teach Mr. Arafat and other teenage recruits the fine points of guerrilla warfare. Mr. Arafat learned his lessons well; the mufti was so proud of him he even pretended the two of them were blood relations.
  8. Itamar Marcus, Nazi ally, Hajj Amin Al Husseini, is Arafat's "hero", PMW, Aug 5, 2002. [1].

    In an interview this week Arafat called the Arab leader and Nazi ally, Hajj Amin Al Husseini, "our hero". Arafat referred to "our hero Al Husseini" as a symbol of withstanding world pressure, having remained an Arab leader in spite of demands to have him replaced because of his Nazi ties. This he compared to Palestinian withstanding of world pressure for reform of the Palestinian Authority today, which includes the American demand to replace Arafat.


    "Hajj Amin Al Husseini (1895-1974) was the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem... He supported the Nazis, and especially their program for the mass murder of the Jews. He visited numerous death camps and encouraged Hitler to extend the "Final Solution" to the Jews of North Africa and Palestine. In 1946 he escaped to Egypt." [Simon Wiesenthal Center Web Site]

    The following is the text from the interview:

    Interviewer: "I have heard voices from within the [Palestinian] Authority in the past few weeks, saying that the reforms are coordinated according to American whims…"

    Arafat: "We are not Afghanistan…We are the Mighty People. Were they able to replace our hero Hajj Amin al-Husseini? ... There were a number of attempts to get rid of Hajj Amin, whom they considered an ally of the Nazis. But even so, he lived in Cairo, and participated in the 1948 war, and I was one of his troops."

    [Al Sharq al Awsat, a London Arabic daily, reprinted in the Palestinian daily Al Quds, Aug, 2, 2002].
  9. Cohen, Rich. Israel Is Real: An Obsessive Quest to Understand the Jewish Nation and Its History. United States: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2009. 189.

    Here's Arafat, quoted, after the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, in the London-based Arabic newspaper Al Sharq al-Awsat. "We are not Afghanistan. We are the mighty people.

    Were they able to replace our hero Haj Amin al-Husseini? There were a number of attempts to get rid of Haj Amin, whom they considered an ally of the Nazis. But even so, he lived in Cairo, and participated in the 1948 war, and I was one of his troops."
  10. 10.0 10.1 Israel’s War on Terrorism: An Historical and Political Perspective
  11. Yasir Arafat’s Timeline of Terror. Nov. 13, 2004 CAMERA
  12. Ofer Aderet, "Neo-Nazi Aided Palestinian Perpetrators of 1972 Munich Massacre, Report Says," Haaretz, Jun. 17, 2012.

    German weekly Der Spiegel bases report on 2,000-page file compiled by Berlin authorities, made public nearly 40 years after the attack at the 1972 summer Olympics, which resulted in the death of 11 Israeli athletes.

    Neo-Nazi activists aided the Palestinian terrorists who perpetrated the massacre of Israeli athletes during the Munich Olympics in 1972, the German weekly Der Spiegel reported on Sunday.

    The report is based on a 2,000-page file compiled by the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, which was made public at the request of Der Spiegel, ahead of the 40th anniversary of the Munich massacre, to be marked this coming September.

    At the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, terrorists from Fatah's Black September organization took hostage members of Israel's Olympic squad. Two Israeli athletes were killed in the initial hostage-taking and nine were killed during a botched German rescue attempt at a Munich airport.

    A document released on Sunday, detailing a correspondence between local police in Dortmund and the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, reveals that seven weeks prior to the attack a man named Saad Walli, described as having "an Arab appearance", held a suspicious meeting with a neo-Nazi activist named Willi Pohl.

    Saad Walli was the alias of Abu Daoud, one of Black September's leaders and an organizer of the Munich attack, who died in Damascus two years ago.

    The newly revealed correspondence does not indicate that German federal security forces and the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution acted in any way to arrest Abu Daoud, despite having preliminary information.

    According to Der Spiegel, the neo-Nazi activist aided Abu Daoud in obtaining fake credentials, including passports and other documents. In addition, he is quoted as saying that he "drove Abu Daoud around Germany, where he met Palestinians in various cities."

    Currently, Pohl makes a living from writing detective novels, using a different name, and indicates that "without knowing it," he was linked "to the perpetrators of the massacre at the Olympics."

    The German activist was also reportedly linked to a follow-up attack planned by Palestinian militants after the Munich massacre. Following instructions by Abu Jihad, then Yasser Arafat's deputy and Fatah's second in command, Pohl was to plan an abduction attack at the Koln cathedral and in the city halls of several major German cities.

    However, he was arrested in Munich with grenades and fire arms in his possession in October 1972. Pohl was also found to be holding a threatening letter, meant to be sent to a German judge who had been in charge of the trial of three of the attack's planners.

    Morevoer, the police report exposed by Der Spiegel indicates that Pohl aided the terrorists to obtain weapons, possibly including those used in the massacre itself. "They originated from a very rare production line," the report wrote of the seized arms, saying the arms included "Belgian casings and Swedish explosives, made only for Saudi Arabia."

    "Identical weapons were used by Palestinian terrorists to kill the hostages at the Olympics," Der Spiegel added.

    Pohl was sentenced to a short jail term for "unauthorized possession of firearms," only to be released four days after his sentencing and, eventually, making his way to Beirut.

    According to Der Spiegel, German authorities feared a terrorist attack could be initiated to release the neo-Nazi activist, similar to the one that took place less than two months following the massacre, when a Lufthansa plane was abducted, prompting the release of three of the attack's planners from a German jail.
  13. Alberto M. Fernandez, When Palestinian Terror Struck Khartoum, MEMRI, March 1, 2023.

    March 1, 2023, is the 50th anniversary of a Palestinian terrorist attack in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan. One could say that it was actually a Palestinian terrorist attack on Saudi soil since the target was the Saudi Embassy in the Sudanese capital.

    The group was Black September, by this time notorious for the 1972 attack on Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics. Earlier still, in November 1971, Black September had assassinated the Jordanian Prime Minister Wasfi Al-Tal in the lobby of the Cairo Sheraton. One of the Palestinian hitmen had notoriously bent down and licked the blood on the marble floor after that shooting.

    The March 1, 1973 attack in Sudan targeted a reception held by the Saudi ambassador in honor of a departing American diplomatic colleague, George Curtis Moore, who was the American Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM). Ten hostages were taken by the gunmen, six of them were Saudis: the ambassador, his wife, and four children. The other four were two Americans, newly arrived Ambassador Cleo A. Noel, Jr. and Moore, Belgian Charge d'Affaires Guy Eid, and the Jordanian Charge d'Affaires Adli Al-Nasser.

    As some may remember, after making grandiose hostage demands (including calling for the release of members of the German Baader-Meinhof gang, Robert F. Kennedy assassin Sirhan Sirhan, plus many Palestinian detainees in Israel and Jordan), the eight gunmen surrendered to Sudanese authorities days later. Before surrendering they had killed the Belgian and the two American diplomats. Before their murder, they were allowed to write farewell messages (written on Saudi Embassy stationary) to their families. Moore wrote: "Cleo and I will die bravely and without tears as men should."

    We now know, of course, that Black September was a subsidiary of Yassir Arafat's Fateh organization. The attack was carried out with the full approval and knowledge of Arafat from his headquarters in Beirut. Both the killings and the hit team's surrender were coordinated with Arafat. The Sudanese government of Jaafar Al-Nimeiry, initially furious about the attack, handed the gunmen over to the PLO for punishment (so it handed them over to the organization that had carried out the attack). Sudan was reportedly pressured towards leniency by Qaddafi's Libya, a great patron of the Palestinians at the time and a major influence on Sudan (in 1976, Qaddafi bankrolled a land invasion by Sudanese rebels that almost overthrew Al-Nimeiry). Some of the Palestinian gunmen served prison time in Sadat's Egypt, three of them escaped from Egyptian custody. In response to the Sudanese actions, the U.S. suspended economic aid to Sudan for three years.

    The immediate aftermath of this terror attack is kind of a snapshot, a scene caught in amber of the region half a century ago. You have Black September, forged in the wake of the PLO's failure to overthrow the Hashemites in Jordan. You have Arafat sending the team out from his safe haven in Beirut, capital of a Lebanon the PLO would help destabilize and destroy. You have the enabling of Palestinian terror by Qaddafi and Sadat, both of whom would come to a bad end. Finally, you have a Sudan at the mercy of others, fearing Qaddafi and punished by the Americans.

    Fifty years later much has changed in the region. The greatest patron of Palestinian terror is no Arab state, but Iran (both Erdoğan's Turkey and Qatar playing supporting roles as well). The violence is less in foreign countries and diplomatic missions and closer to home. Last year was the bloodiest year on the West Bank since the second Palestinian Intifada and 2023 does not look much better. Thirty Israelis and 167 Palestinians were killed in 2022 with anger running high on both sides.

    There is both the very real homegrown tension, violence, and struggle of the longstanding Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and simultaneously, the orchestrated machinations of outside parties wanting to set the region on fire. There is an "asymmetric shadow war" between Iran and Israel and the Palestinian Territories are one of several battlefields. The ruling Palestinian authority, essentially the heir of Arafat's Fateh, is corrupt and incompetent, hard-pressed to compete with its Iranian-backed Palestinian rivals. And the question is whether the competition is to stop those rivals or to emulate them. Arab states, Jordan and Egypt especially, but also the Gulf states, are still invested in the Palestinian file although nothing like they were 50 years before. An urgent meeting held in Aqaba on February 26 with Israeli and Palestinian security officials sought to de-escalate the tension ahead of the typically volatile month of Ramadan in late March.

    The Black September attack in Sudan was, in retrospect, one of the last "successful" operations carried out by the group (1972 was the most incident-filled and intensive year of Black September's existence). An organization founded to rekindle Palestinian "revolutionary violence" and to carry out dirty work for Fateh while it pretended to have nothing to do with it had served its purpose. That the deaths of these three Western diplomats advanced the Palestinian cause in any way seems extremely doubtful. But a few years later in Lebanon, the CIA would forge a close relationship with Black September's Ali Hassan Salameh supposedly in order to protect American diplomats in Lebanon.
  14. Terrorists Who Murdered 3 Israelis in Cyprus Are Not Likely to Be Extradited to Israel to Stand Tr.., Sep 30, 1985.
    Two of them, Elias Yehiya and Nasif Mahmoud, apparently are, but the third, who initially gave his name as George Hannah, has been identified as an Englishman, lan Michael Davison of South Shields. He described himself to television reporters as “a skinhead, a real young fascist thug.” One Killer Described As A Neo-Fascist..
  15. Patterson, David. A Genealogy of Evil: Anti-Semitism from Nazism to Islamic Jihad. United States: Cambridge University Press, 2010. 246.
    Arafat's ties with Neo-Nazis became evident on 25 September 1985, when Fatah's Force-17 attacked a group of Israeli tourists in Cyprus; the killers included British Neo-nazis.
  16. Terrorists Who Murdered 3 Israelis in Cyprus Are Not Likely to Be Extradited to Israel to Stand Tr.., Sep 30, 1985.
    Two of them, Elias Yehiya and Nasif Mahmoud, apparently are, but the third, who initially gave his name as George Hannah, has been identified as an Englishman, lan Michael Davison of South Shields. He described himself to television reporters as “a skinhead, a real young fascist thug.” One Killer Described As A Neo-Fascist..
  17. Arafat: Dead children are the greatest message to the world, Palwatch.
    Official Palestinian Authority TV - Jan 15, 2002
  18. A.J. Caschetta, The Palestinian Solidarity Statement I’d like to see: Stop abusing your children!, INN Aug 22, 2021.
    We are haunted by images of Palestinian Arab children conscripted to Hamas and Islamic Jihad camps. It is time to end the travesty.
  19. The Use of Palestinian Children in the Al-Aqsa Intifada. Justus Reid Weiner, November 1, 2000.
  20. Arab Journalist Decries Palestinian Child-Soldiers Memri, October 31, 2000. Huda Al-Husseini, journalist with the London based pan-Arab daily Al-Sharq Al-Awsat, wrote the following article which was published on October 27, 2000.
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 Tal, Eliyahu. PLO., WZO, 1982. 69. 'We Are Anti-Israeli, Not Anti-Jewish" This distinction has often been claimed by PLO spokesmen. However, since the late 1960s, the PLO has maintained contact with neo-Nazi and other extremist right-wing groups, providing training, smuggling arms, and distributing propaganda... Despite the PLO's efforts to appear to be "only anti-Zionist, and not anti-Jewish, it has manifested its hatred for Jews time and again through its activities and propaganda. - PLO hijacker Lila Khaled stated in her autobiography: "At first I admired Hitler because I thought he was the enemy of the Jews." "Carry the warfare of the Palestinians to Europe." - This was the resolution of a special conference Al-Fatah held in Beirut on August 14 , 1981 with Arafat in the chair. It was decided to cooperate with underground organizations in Europe, as well as to launch attacks against Jewish institutions (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, August 3, 1981, in a report of the attack on the synagogue in Vienna on the same date). - The Barcelona conference and beyond. - A world conference of neo-Nazi organizations was held in Barcelona in April 2, 1969 with the participation of 100 delegates from Europe and Latin America, including two Fatah recruiters. - It adopted a resolution to assist the PLO in every way possible. - The first manifestation of this help was the recruitment of a former SS officer to command a PLO training camp at Basra, in Lebanon. In September of the same year, Jean Tireault, secretary of the neo-Nazi movement was arrested in Brussels in connection with PLO terrorists acts in Belgium. - At another meeting held in Paris, March 28 1970, Jean Robert Debbaudt, a Belgian ex- officer in Hitler's Waffen SS, leader of the neo-Nazi rexist Party, offered to place his group at the service of the PLO. - In Munich on September 16, 1972, 10 days after the mas- sacre of the Israeli athelets, a Nazi fascist rally, "the First National European Congress of Youth," was held. The 600 delegates cheered Black September to the rafters. - Delegates also extolled Sirhan Sirhan, the Palestinian who killed Senator Robert Kennedy. - The Swiss director of the Arab Bank in Geneva, Francois Genoud, was suspected of being connected with the "Spider " network responsible for the transfer of Nazi booty to Swiss bank vaults. His appearance at the trial of El Al plane hijackers in Zurich in 1970 uncovered the complex financial cooperation between the neo-Nazis and the PLO. - The public prosecutor in Karlsruh, West Germany, investigated a case of arms smuggling to Europe from Arab countries through a PLO affiliate. Three of those arrested were members of the " Adolf Hitler Free Corps" (January 1978). - Belgian Minister of Justice Jean Gol stated that neo-Nazi terrorist Paul Leroy, arrested in early May 1982, belonged to the extreme right-wing Whersport-sgruppe of Karl-Heinz Hoffman, who was charged with the terrorist explosion at the Munich Oktoberfest (September 28, 1980). - Leroy and other members had trained at the PLO's Bir Hassan camp in Lebanon. - Hoffman himself told Bild am Sonntag he visited Beirut in July 1980 in connection with supplies to the PLO. - A director of the West German Anti-Crime Bureau stated in a seminar held in Rome (February 1982) that neo-Nazis were being helped and financed by PLO. - According to FBI reports American neo-Nazis (led by Harold Covington) and Fatah personmel trained together in a camp in North Carolina (Ma'ariv, August 7, 1981). - The Austrian Police arrested a neo-Nazi leader, Herald Angelke, for giving shelter to PLO members who had infiltrated into Austria with forged passports (October 1973). - Security sources in Bonn reported that Otto Albrecht, a neo-Nazi, arrested in West Germany in possession of arms and PLO identity papers, had recruited Germans for training in PLO camps in Lebanon. - L'oeuvre Francaise , an extreme right - wing group operating in France, agreed to carry out ter- rorist operations at the PLO's request as early as 1977. - French police in August 1977 arrested a Palestinian terrorist and two extreme right-wing Italians who had trained in Lebanon. - The Los Angeles Herald Examiner reported on October 8, 1980: "agents of the PLO are rushing recruits who had been sent for training in the Middle East to French and German neo-Nazi units."
  22. Ronald Reagan Library (.gov). Files Folder Title: Palestinian Liberation Organization (ca. 1982).
  23. Perdue, Jon B.., Johnson, Stephen. The War of All the People: The Nexus of Latin American Radicalism and Middle Eastern Terrorism. United Kingdom: Potomac Books, 2012. 85. [2].
    For its part, the PLO began in the mid—1970s to seek out British and French neo-Nazi groups, and in 1977 Fatah made a deal with the French Work (L'Oeuvre Francaise), a neo-Nazi group, to train its members in terrorist operations. L'Oeuvre Francaise agreed to conduct terrorist operations on behalf of Fatah.
  24. National Archives (.gov) - dataPDF (docid-33004363.pdf) 30-Year old Argentine citizen, Ismael Jacinto Haiek, who was operating a printing shop and short wave radio station for the Montonero Argentine Guerilla Organization. At the time of his arrest, Haiek had two publications "Cuestiones Arabes" ("Arab Questions") and "La Voz De Palestina" ("The Voice of Palestine") in his possession. During interrogation, Haiek admitted he had been a member of a Palestinian Terrorist Group.
  25. The Review of the News, Volume 11, Correction, Please, 1975, p.55
  26. Jews of the Latin American Republics, Judith Laikin Elkin, University of North Carolina Press, 1980, p.234.
    The most active manipulators of anti-Semitic attitudes in recent years have been the cults centered around Nazi war criminals who found refuge in Latin America and Arab cadres who have forged a bond between Middle Eastern and Latin American guerrillas... Ismael Jacinto Haiek, leader of a Montoneros commando cell in La Plata, is known to have been in contact with Yasir Arafat of the Palestine Liberation Organization and George Habash, head of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. Such contacts are not limited to Argentines. When, in December 1978, the PLO and Rejectionist Front offered their assistance to the Sandinista Front for the Liberation of Nicaragua, they issued a joint statement attacking "the r... state of Israel.” There is evidence that the PLP is establishing relation with revolutionary groupings all over Latin America, to match its ties with Irish, Basque, and Japanese terrorist groups. The implications for Latin American Jews are threatening. More than a thousand cases of Argentine Jews who have been arrested and detained without trial or notification of the charges against them are known to the Anti-Defamation League of the United States, which receives appeals from relatives and friends of the missing. Synagogues, Jewish schools, clubs, and newspapers have come under attack at an accelerating rate in recent years...
  27. American Jewish Year Book 1977, 1976, p.335-6[3][4]
    Reports, at the end of October, of the arrest of a former combatant of the Palestine guerrilla movement, Ismael Jacinto Haiek, who headed a Montoneros commando cell in La Plata, capital of the Buenos Aires province, revealed something of the character of the terrorist movement. Ismael Jacinto Haiek, who had Argentine citizenship, ran a powerful radio interception center, as well as a well-equipped laboratory with sophisticated telex center, as well as a well-equipped laboratory with sophisticated telex, tape-recording, printing, and photo-processing facilities.  He also was correspondent for the Cuestiones Arabes ("Arab Problems"), as well as for La Voz de Palestina ("The Voice of Palestine"), two antisemitic magazines, and produced Patria Ba'rbara ("What a Fatherland!"), a clandestine publication of the Montoneros guerrillas. Photographs found at the guerrilla hideout showed Haiek with Palestine Liberation Organization leader Yasir Arafat and George Habash, head of the more extreme Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, at their Beirut offices.
  28. Ismael Jacinto Haiek: Arab-Islamic anti Semite in Argentina. Aug 5, 2020
  29. "American Jewish Year Book," 1978. (1977). p.324[5][6]
    Anti-Jewish activity related to the Arab-Israeli conflict has also surfaced. In February 1977 the community was alarmed by the presence in Venezuela of Hussein Triki, a Tunisian who had been a Nazi collaborator. His antisemitic activities were known to Latin American Jews particularly from the 1960s, when he had been secretary of the Arab League office in Buenos Aires. Triki was invited to speak at the Central University of Venezuela and before the Venezuelan Press Association, ostensibly to discuss the Middle East situation and to publicize his book, He aqui Palestina: el sionismo al desnudo ("Palestine Revealed: Zionism Unmasked"). Intense efforts were made to alert the Venezuelan government to his background and to prevent him from establishing a base of operations in the country. Other than Triki, Abelardo Raidi, who was of Arab descent, a former congressional deputy, and a columnist for the prestigious Caracas daily El Nacional, has been disseminating the pro-Arab line. In June 1975 the walls of the city of Valencia were plastered with posters announcing a mass meeting in support of the Palestinian people and warning against "Zionist penetration in national politics and the economy."
  30. Raanan Rein, "Argentina, Israel, and the Jews: Perón, the Eichmann Capture and After", (2002) p. 402
    Throughout the 1960s, Tacuara drew additional inspiration for its antiSemitic and anti-Israel views from contacts both with neo-Nazi organizations in other countries and Hussein Triki, the Arab League's representative in Buenos Aires, who promoted anti-Semitism under cover of anti-Zionism and as part of the anti-colonialist, anti-imperialist struggle. Triki told Catholic circles  in Argentina that the Christian holy places in Israel were being desecrated and that the Catholic Church was persecuted there.” During the years of World War II, Triki had been a member of the nationalist movement in Tunisia. After the Allied victory in El Alamein, Triki escaped to Nazi-controlled territory where he disseminated propaganda against the Allies, collaborating with the Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin El-Husseini, who at the time was directing Nazi propaganda broadcasts in the Middle East.
  31. "Latin American Report", Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, (1984) p.2
    The campaign for a PLO office in Buenos Aires is allegedly led Hussein Triki, from Brazil, through "Accion Americana Arabe.."
  32. "Creating a “usable” past: On holocaust denial and distortion." September 06, 2020, by Yehuda Bauer
    The Shi'ite regime in Iran strongly denies the Holocaust, and this was especially the case during the presidency of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. A congress on denial was held in Tehran in 2006, and another in 2009. One Hamid Reza Nikbakhsh (a member of the Iranian World War II Society in Tehran) published an e-book entitled The Holocaust: The Jews’ Greatest Lie. Holocaust denial unites Sunni and Shi'ite radicals. Thus, Hussein Triki, the former Arab League representative in Argentina, a Sunni—and not a radical Islamist but rather a mainstream figure—appeared on the Iranian Al-Alam network on March 2, 2011, and said that “the Holocaust was invented by global Zionism..."
  33. MENRI - Mar 01, 2011: Hussein Triki, Former Arab League Representative in Argentina: The Holocaust Was Invented by Global Zionism, Israel Betrayed the US by Not Giving It Prior Warning of 9/11. Source: Al-Alam TV (Iran)
  34. 34.0 34.1 34.2 Arafat’s Grand Strategy
  35. Musing on skillful salami-slices
  36. Arafat’s “Peace Process”
  37. Statement by Yasser Arafat, 14 December 1988
  38. Arab-Israeli Conflict/The lesser evil - Haaretz
  39. Israel Reports Foiling Speedboat Attack on Beach – New York Times
  40. P.L.O. Rejects U.S. Demand on Israel Raid
  41. Fearful Palestinians In Kuwait Criticize Arafat
  42. Justus Reid Weiner, (2005) Human Rights of Christians in Palestinian Society
  43. The Beleaguered Christians of the Palestinian-Controlled Areas, David Raab, JCPA, Jan, 2003. A Second-Class People / Regional Repression of Christians / Official PA Domination of Christians / PA Disrespect for Christian Holy Sites / The PA Takeover of the Church of the Nativity / The PA and Jerusalem Christians / Reduction of Christian Political Power / Harassment of Palestinian Christians by Palestinian Muslims / The Palestinian Christian Response.
  44. Linoy Bar Geffen, Naveh: Arafat members raped Christians in Beit Jala, Ynet, 27/12/2001.

    Minister Danny Naveh responded to a proposal for an order submitted following the ban on Arafat coming to Bethlehem at Xmas, saying that "Arafat is not a holy Christian but a Muslim terrorist."

    Minister Neveh responded on behalf of the government to a proposal for an order submitted following the ban on Arafat traveling to Bethlehem for Xmas. In his response: "Arafat is not a holy Christian but a terrorist Muslim", and repeated several times what provoked a wave of shouts from the Arab wing in the plenum, shouts that became a riot when Naveh added: "In Beit Jala, Palestinian Palestinians and Arafat members raped Christian girls" ...

    When the meeting resumed, Naveh clarified that the things he said were quoted in a newspaper article and repeated: "Relations between Christians and Muslims in Bethlehem have worsened, Muslims have harmed churches.. and sexually harmed young Christian women."
  45. Justus Reid Weiner, "Human Rights of Christians in Palestinian Society," Jerusalem Ctr Public Affairs, 2005. (ISBN9652180483, 9789652180483). [7] PDF
  46. Friedmann, Robert R.. A Diary of Four Years of Terrorism and Anti-semitism 2000-2004. United States: iUniverse, 2005. 116.
  47. The truth about Christians in 'Palestine', WND, February 28, 2003.

    There's a new propaganda effort under way designed to convince churches in the U.S. that Israel, not Yasser Arafat's the Palestinian Authority and the Arab states, is victimizing Christians in the Middle East. The proposition would be laughable if it were not so well organized and ingeniously conceived and diabolically executed. A group called the Holy Land Trust is currently organizing tours of large evangelical churches in the U.S. and spreading venomous lies about Israel and obscuring the outrageous persecution of Christians within the Palestinian Authority. The lies this group tells in the name of Christianity are big and bold. They include the standard lines about Jews (supposedly) robbing the homes of Arabs, stealing their land and brutalizing them in a repressive state of military occupation. These so-called Christians even rationalize terrorism. I've dealt with the myths many times in the past. But, for the sake of those U.S. churches being hoodwinked by this sophisticated, slick and well-funded propaganda campaign of the Holy Land Trust, let me today give you a glimpse of the truth about the plight of Christians in the Islamicized land of "Palestine" today. Arafat's Islamo-fascist storm troopers have shown nothing but contempt for Christians and their holy sites – particularly in the last five or six years.

    In 1997, Arafat turned the Greek Orthodox monastery in Bethlehem into his own personal residence during visits to that city. The same year, the Palestine Liberation Organization seized Abraham's Oak Russian Holy Trinity Monastery in Hebron, evicting monks and nuns.

    When the Arab uprising of September 2000 began, Arafat's Tanzim terrorist forces chose the Christian town of Beit Jala as an outpost from which its snipers shot at Jerusalem. They hid themselves in Christian homes, hotels, schools and churches so that return fire from Israel would rain death and destruction on Christians.

    Last year, about 150 armed PA terrorists took over Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity, holding 40 Christian clergy and nuns hostage, while firing out at surrounding Israeli forces. Rather than risk the lives of the captives and the destruction of the historic church, Israel negotiated the release of the terrorists – but the church was irreparably scarred. The terrorists stole gold, prayer books, crosses and anything else that was not nailed down.

    If you want to see the dramatic story of this occupation, watch the remarkable documentary "Holyland: Christians in Peril." [8][9] About the same time, Palestinian terrorists took over St. Mary's Church in Bethlehem, holding a priest and several nuns against their will. Again, the terrorists used the church to fire out at Israeli troops, who were ordered not to fire on the Christian church. Even in Jerusalem, where Israel permits the Palestinian Authority-appointed Waqf autonomy over the Temple Mount, Christians as well as Jews are prohibited from entering the site holy to both faiths. Christian cemeteries are defaced in the areas under control by the PA. Anti-Christian graffiti, such as "First the Saturday people, then the Sunday people," is commonplace. Christian businesses are burned. Christian women are raped. There is no legal recourse for the victims in this budding Islamic state.

    As far back as 1997, the London Times observed: "Life in Bethlehem has become insufferable for many members of the dwindling Christian minorities. Increasing Muslim-Christian tensions have left some Christians reluctant to celebrate Christmas in the town at the heart of the story of Christ's birth."

    As a result of the intimidation, the harassment and the persecution of Christians in "Palestine," Christians are fleeing for their very lives. They are abandoning their homes, their churches and their businesses.

    This is the stark truth of the Arab and Muslim occupation of what were formerly Christian towns in Judea and Samaria. Israel's only role in this crime was in negotiating, under intense international pressure, the so-called "peace" treaties that allowed these atrocities to happen – that, in fact, made them inevitable.

    So, if the Holy Land Trust brings its traveling road show to your church, arm yourself with the facts, and tell the deceivers to take a hike.
  48. How Yasir Arafat Drove Christians from Bethlehem D. Weinberg, Mosaic Mag., Dec. 28, 2020.
  49. A Christian crisis in Gaza and the West Bank, The Jerusalem Post, Dec 25, 2019.
    In the Gaza Strip, the Christian population has plummeted from about 3,000 a decade ago to an estimated 1,000 today, most of them Greek Orthodox.

    “Though the Christians in the PA avoid saying so publicly, many of them fear – with good reason – that Muslim aggression against them will only escalate,” wrote Edy Cohen, a researcher at the center. “Such fears are all the stronger in light of the thunderous silence of the Western [and Israeli] media, in the face of the Christian minority’s ongoing disappearance from the PA and Islamic lands in general.”

    He added, pointedly, that “the ongoing international neglect of the plight of the Christians under PA rule can only lead to the vanishing of Christianity from the place where it emerged.”

    In the Gaza Strip, the Christian population has plummeted from about 3,000 a decade ago to an estimated 1,000 today, most of them Greek Orthodox...

    The situation of Christians in Bethlehem has deteriorated dramatically in the last century, and especially since the PA took control of the city in 1995. In 1947, Christians comprised about 85% of the city’s population, but that figure had plunged to 16% by 2016, and is estimated since then.

    Bethlehem’s mayor at the time said that, “Due to the stress – either physical or psychological – and the bad economic situation, many people are emigrating: either Christians or Muslims, but it is more apparent among Christians because they already are a minority.”

    A study by the Pew Research Center found that the decline in the Arab Christian population was both a result of a lower birth rate among Christians compared to Muslims and the fact that Christians were more likely to emigrate than any other religious group. A statistical analysis of the Christian exodus cited a lack of economic and educational opportunities among a community known for its middle-class status and higher education.
  50. Azure no. 13, Summer 5762 / 2002 "War and Remembrance"
  51. "Gambling on the losers": a storm after the Saudi prince attacked the Palestinians. Roy Kaise. Kan News, Oct.6.2020.in Heb. Following the agreements with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, Saudi Arabia was designated as a state that if Israel succeeds in normalizing its relations with it, it will be a breach of equality with the Arab world. Tonight, Israel may have received a positive message in this direction, in an interview with one of the Saudi princes on the Al-Arabiya network: he attacked the Palestinians for their opposition to agreements between Israel and the Gulf states, implicitly mentioned Abba Eben. [From the clip of Bandar bin Sultan's 40 min. speech: 'We give them aid, advice, and service...They talk about "back stabbing" and "treason" because this is how they relate amongst themselves...We all remember Yassar Arafat hugging Saddam Hussein (1990) after he's occupied Kuwait. Palestinians didn't pay for what they did to the Gulf Arabs...']
  52. Yasser Arafat – Jewish Virtual Library
  53. Oslo I Accords on Council on Foreign Affairs
  54. Declaration of Principles On Interim Self-Government Arrangements
  55. The Nobel Peace Prize 1994
  56. Karsh, Efraim (2003). Arafat's War: The Man and His Battle for Israeli Conquest. New York: New York: Grove Press. ISBN 0-8021-1758-9. 
  57. Faisal’s Trojan Horse
  58. Al-Quds Al-Arabi Editor: Arafat Told Me Oslo Would be Israel's Curse
  59. [Al-Hudaybiya and] Lessons from the Prophet Muhammad's Diplomacy – Daniel Pipes
  60. Arafat on the Peace Process – Jewish Virtual Library
  61. 61.0 61.1 What Exactly Does Israel Have on Yasser Arafat – Eli Kazhdan
  62. Size of PA Police Force Exceeds Oslo Limits
  63. PLO's Continuing Military Buildup is Reason For Serious Concern – Likoed Nederland
  64. Arafat Hires Hamas Killers - Likoed Nederland
  65. 65.0 65.1 Marwan Barghouti, Fatah-Tanzim, and the Escalation of the Intifada
  67. Oren Kashi, The "Nakba" of the Peace Process, News1, 08/11/2010.

    The center of the Begin-Saadat at Bar-Ilan University distributed a document ("Oslo War: Anatomy of self-deception"), with the inflammation of the Palestinian methods: "This approach makes the Oslo process to the only case in diplomatic history in which one of the signed parties on a peace agreement was ahead of advance, in force of its own signature, for wholesale violation of the agreement. There were, of course, many bilateral agreements on one side or both sides did not sign them at the end of the heart. In September 1938, if presenting a prominent example, Adolf Hitler signed an explicit Munich agreement to use it as a "Trojan horse" to demolish Czechoslovakia. Fifty-five years later, Arafat lived this strategy in the Oslo Accord. Ironically, if the Czechs could not do much because of their prominent military landings and before the international community in the West Bank, in Oslo, the strong side was that it was possible to violate the agreement without being punished, and did so to keep a facade of a partnership.

    More written in the document: "The Palestinians established youth camps in early 1996, which are under the model of the Nazi youth organization Hitler Yugend, which provide a well-planned mixture of Ideological indoctrination and military training for thousands of young Palestinians every year."

    "We plan to eliminate the State of Israel and establish a pure Palestinian state" (Yasser Arafat, 30.1.1996).

    [...] Amidst the Oslo Accord, which is perceived as peace vision in the eyes of the left and other emotion, the Arabs continued their routes. While Israeli eyes blinks the fireworks at the White House, Arafat revealed his "peace vision" at a closed meeting In a luxurious lounge in Stockholm: "We will make the lives of the Jews unbearable through psychological warfare and population explosion. Jews will not want to live among the Arabs ... They will give their homes and challenges to the United States. We are planted on everything, including all Jerusalem. Prime Minister Award and the Minister Yossi Beilin had already assured us the half Jerusalem. The Golan Heights also had been delivered, subject to several small details. And when she returns, at least half a million wealthy Jews will leave Israel." "I do not need Jews. They were and remain Jews," Arafat concluded.
  68. Karsh, Efraim. Arafat's War: The Man and His Battle for Israeli Conquest. United States: Grove Atlantic, 2007. [10].
    As they grow up, Palestinian children can join various youth organization where they are further brainwashed with racist and anti-Semitic ideology. Increasingly important role in this systematic indoctrination is an extensive network of summer camps, established by the PA following its assumption of control of the Palestinian population of the West Bank in early 1996. Modeled on the Nazi youth organization Hitler Jugend, these camps have provided a carefully contrived mixture of ideological indoctrination and military training to thousands of Palestinian youth every year. All camps are named after "martyrs" or spectacular "acts of martyrdom" (i.e., terrorist attacks), and participants are thoroughly imbued with the virtues of death and martyrdom. In the words of a typical poem recited at the opening of a summer camp and broadcast on the PA's television: We are your boys, O Palestine We will flood you with our blood... No one can stand against us on the battlefield... Let the rifle cry with joy... Fan the flames of fire, O son of Canaan, for your people is rising up.
    - Efraim Karsh, Arafat Lives, Commentary Magazine, January 1, 2005.

    So long as men of his kind remain in power, it is fantasy to suppose that Arabs and Israelis can…

    Children have occupied a place of pride in the PA's hate campaign. Over the last decade, Palestinian children have learned about an evil Jewish persona, traceable to biblical times and supposedly accounting for the worldwide persecution of Jews through the ages. In particular they have been indoctrinated with the idea that Jews are, and always have been, implacable enemies of Islam. As they grow up, Palestinian children can join various youth organizations where they are further brainwashed with racist and anti-Semitic ideology. An extensive network of summer camps, modeled on the Nazi youth organization, Hitler Jugend, provides a carefully contrived mixture of ideological indoctrination and military training to thousands of Palestinian youth every year. The camps are named after "martyrs" or spectacular "acts of martyrdom" (i.e., terrorist attacks), and participants are thoroughly imbued with the virtues of death and "martyrdom."
  69. Cal Thomas, "Israel Is Blamed By Most Of The World And The Press." Herald-Journal Dec 22, 1996 (A 14).

    Even when buses are bombed and innocent civilians killed, Israel is blamed by most of the world and the press. Arab and Palestinian terror, while sometimes, condemned in written statements, is always excused in the context of a people deprived[sic]... When stories on the Arab press incite terrorists to violence they are ignored or explained away...

    On September 24, PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat said of Palestinian security forces in Gaza, as quoted in the Israeli newspaper Ma'ariv: "They will fight for Allah, and they will kill and be killed, and this is a solemn oath...Our blood is heap .... compared with the cause which has brought us together and which at moments separated us, but shortly we will meet again in heaven [sic]... Palestine is our land and Jerusalem is our capital."
  70. M.A. Klein, The Palestinian Arab Refugees: Arafat's Secret Weapon (Jul-Aug 2000)
  71. Arafat: No One Can Deny or Limit Refugees' Right to Return - International Middle East Media Center
  72. Camp David 2000 – Jewish Virtual Library
  73. Why did Arafat refuse ‘offer he can’t refuse’?
  74. Wall Street Journal Ignores Palestinians' Admissions, Blames Israel - Camera
  75. Arafat ordered Hamas attacks against Israel in 2000
  76. Arafat Letter Incites Israeli Arabs Against Israel
  77. Documents show Arafat paid for disco bombing, WND, September 15, 2004.
    Sent thank-you note to family of terrorist who killed 21, injured 120
  78. Seizing of the Palestinian weapons ship Karine A
  79. Operation Defensive Shield - Ynet
  80. The Involvement of Arafat, PA Senior Officials and Apparatuses in Terrorism against Israel, Corruption and Crime
  81. 'Arafat used aid to buy weapons' – Jerusalem Post
  82. Senior Fatah Leaders Describe Arafat's Link to Terrorism
  83. For Palestinian leaders, a legacy of corruption, David Bedein, JJ, Oct 25, 2019
  84. Avi Kaner (@AviKaner) Tweeted:
    As much as 40% of the amount donated to Palestinians by Arab countries and others, has been absconded by Palestinian leaders. Yasser Arafat is estimated to have embezzled $1-3 billion alone. Today, the blackmail money keeps flowing in exchange for quiet.
    https://t.co/zIhKtQoHrB Aug 24, 2021
  85. Palestinian leader Arafat dies at 75
  86. 86.0 86.1 Confirmed: Arafat Died of AIDS – Arutz Sheva
  87. Suah Arafat - BBC
  88. A Life in Retrospect: Yasser Arafat – Time magazine
  89. Outing Arafat – Joseph Farah
  90. Goal Is to Look Good, Writer of Democratic Memoir Admits
  91. Nobel Prize Speech My Israel source

"The Mufti.. concocted a new kind of antisemitism that combined traditional Muslim antisemitism, like the anti-Jewish verses you find in the Koran, with the Nazi antisemitism that demonised Jews... His whole ideology was antisemitic and from the very beginning he targeted Jews, not Zionists."
The difference between lies and reality is sometimes just a color on a map

W. Ormsby-Gore as he was preparing the royal commission report, "Though I knew there was ill-feeling between Jews and Arabs, I had not realized the depth and intensity of the hatred with which the Jews are held by the Arabs..."
"It is not Israel's settlement blocks but rather the Palestinian ideological blockade that constitutes the biggest barrier to peaceful arrangements . The Jew-hatred in this region must no longer be played down as a kind of local custom ..."
The only tweet (July 2014) on the Twitter account of the late American Elan Ganeles - murdered by Arab-Islamist "Palestinian" on Feb 27, 2023 hy"d: "I think you're always going to have tension in the Middle East, when there's [are] people who want to kill Jews, and the Jews don't want to be killed, and neither side is willing to compromise."