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Posted: 12/12/2001 4:46:00 AM EDT
[size=4]Requiem for a terrorist[/size=4] © 2001 WorldNetDaily.com After decades in power, it would appear that the rule of Mohammed Yasser Arafat may well be coming to an end. The regime of the old terrorist is being consumed by the new terrorists created by Arafat himself in the school classrooms of the new Palestinian Authority. Arafat has worked against Israel since the days before it was born. As an 18-year-old fighter, Arafat organized a gun-smuggling ring that was tasked with smuggling weapons into Israel for use by the Arabs who fought against the establishment of the Jewish state. When Israel was attacked by the combined might of the Arab world in an effort to annihilate the Jewish state at birth, Arafat was there, fighting the Jews from within their new borders. When the Arabs were defeated, Arafat fled to Egypt where he enrolled in Cairo University. In 1956, he formed al Fatah as an underground terror organization. Fatah competed with the Palestine Liberation Organization that was backed by Syria, Egypt and Jordan. In 1967, the Arabs attacked Israel again in the third effort to annihilate the Jewish state in 19 years. [b]When Egypt lost the Gaza Strip, Syria the Golan Heights and Jordan the West Bank, the Arabs living there ceased to be Jordanians, or Syrians, or Egyptians, and they all became "Palestinians."[/b] Arafat combined al-Fatah with the PLO in 1968 and declared himself chairman. Arafat has been called the "father of modern terrorism." It was Arafat who discovered the value in hijacking American and Israeli airplanes. Between 1968 and 1973, Yasser Arafat oversaw at least nine international aircraft hijackings. Arafat outlined the goal of his organization and his view of a "peace process" with Israel in an interview with the El Mundo newspaper in Caracas, Venezuela, on Feb. 18, 1980. "Peace for us means the destruction of Israel. We are preparing for an all out war which will last for generations. We shall not rest until the day we return to our home and until we destroy Israel." Note that Arafat's vow is in two parts. He vows not to rest until, first, he returns to his "home" – presumably fulfilled when he returned to Israel following the signing of the Oslo Agreement. And from that moment forward, he has devoted his attention to the second part of his vow – the destruction of Israel. To that end, Arafat has spared no effort. The Oslo Agreement in 1993 gave the Palestinian Authority autonomy over the Palestinian educational system. Arafat promptly ordered a curriculum for young Palestinians that taught hatred of all things Jewish, taught that all of Israel was really the Palestinian homeland, that martyrdom was good and that the peace process was really just a delaying tactic. Arafat's indoctrination of a people, complete with the textbooks (financed by U.S. dollars) used to brainwash every Palestinian now under the age of 25, has been carefully documented. - continued -
Link Posted: 12/12/2001 4:46:49 AM EDT
Through his control of state-owned radio, television and newspapers, Arafat was able to incite and brainwash the rest of his people that were old enough not to have received a "proper" Palestinian education. Again, this is all carefully documented. By early 2000, the Palestinian population was so completely convinced of the necessity to destroy Israel before a peace deal could be concluded, that Arafat needed to find an excuse for an uprising to vent popular anger before it turned on him. Peace was within his grasp, but Arafat was a wartime ruler. In peacetime, he would be quickly replaced, and he knew that. [b]In July 2000, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak offered him everything he had been asking for[/b]. If he accepted the Camp David offer, there would be nothing left to fight over. Planning the new uprising went into high gear. According to PA Communications Minister Imad Faluji: "It [the intifada] had been planned since PA Chairman Arafat's return from Camp David, when he turned the tables on the former U.S. president [Clinton] and rejected the American conditions." All that remained to find was an excuse. Ariel Sharon's visit to the Temple Mount provided the excuse he needed in October, and the "spontaneous" Al Aqsa intifada began. But Arafat can no longer control it. As Sheik Abdul Majid Atta told the Washington Times this week, "Hamas owns the streets," not Arafat. The EU has demanded Arafat dismantle Hamas and Hezbollah. The U.S. has demanded he arrest 33 wanted terrorists. Even the U.N. demanded he "do something" about the continued suicide attacks against Israeli civilian targets. But he can't. He created an atmosphere in which 4 out of 5 Palestinians support continued violence. Less than 20 percent support a ceasefire. His own lieutenants are breaking up into factions. If he meets the demands of the Europeans, Americans and U.N. officials, he will be deposed or assassinated by his own people. If he doesn't, he will be deposed or assassinated by the Israelis. Arafat created a Frankenstein monster. And like the creator of the monster in Mary Shelley's classic, he may well die by its hand. See article at:[url] http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=25644[/url] Eric The(LetTheDirgeBegin!)Hun[>]:)]
Link Posted: 12/12/2001 5:05:29 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/12/2001 4:58:13 AM EDT by Norm_G]
The dumbest thing Isreal ever did was to give back the territories that they won in battle. The Sainai (can't spell the place) Peninsula was a "who cares" place. Nobody of consequence lives there. But the other three, the Gaza Strip, the West Bank and the Golan Heights were all sources of attacks. The next dumb thing was to even consider letting Arafat onto the continent. Notice that none of the arab countries wanted him. He was even tossed out of Greece. Arming the "palestinian police" wasn't too bright either. Those "police" were just Arafat's uniformed terrorists. Arggh. still can't spell Sai ...
Link Posted: 12/13/2001 12:04:54 AM EDT
This deserves more attention. It's important.
Link Posted: 12/13/2001 12:31:15 AM EDT
Arafat isnt worth the trouble of assinating anymore.
Link Posted: 12/13/2001 12:36:00 AM EDT
Originally Posted By ArmdLbrl: Arafat isnt worth the trouble of assinating anymore.
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True, but why is he still alive to start with???
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