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Nabil Shaath

Nabil Shaath is a Fatah MP, the Commissioner of International Relations and a former Central Committee member. In Febuary 2017, he was appointed by Abbas as his advisor on Foreign Affairs and International Relations, with the rank of minister.

Abbas advisor: "The Palestinians will not be silent about the acts of theft that Israel is committing by cutting the Palestinian money and we will turn to the international courts"
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 15, 2019
      “[PA] President [Mahmoud Abbas'] advisor on Foreign Affairs and International Relations and acting Head of the [PLO] Department for Expatriates’ Affairs Nabil Shaath said that the Palestinian people does not have to wait for the official announcement of ‘the deal of the century’ (refers to US President Donald Trump’s as yet unpublished Middle East peace plan –Ed.) in order to express our opinions about it, and we will not exchange our national rights for millions.
During separate meetings that he held on Thursday [Feb. 14, 2019] with the ambassadors of South Korea, Japan, Hungary, and Tunisia, he added that the Trump administration has lost the ability to sponsor the peace process due to the many steps it has taken against our people’s rights…
He also emphasized that the Palestinians will not be silent about the acts of theft that Israel is committing by cutting the Palestinian money (refers to Israeli law to deduct terrorist salaries from PA tax money; see note below –Ed.), and we will turn to the international courts to restore the rights of the members of our people.”
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Abbas and Fatah official accuse Israel of inciting against the Palestinian leadership and attempting to assassinate Abbas, “as they poisoned” Arafat
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Jan. 15, 2019
     "In his response to the Israeli threats and to the settlers’ incitement to murder him, the president recently told members of the press in Cairo: ‘They can kill me in my home with bullets or with a missile at any given moment. They can also kill me with poison, as they poisoned the late [PLO Chairman and PA] President Yasser Arafat (sic., scientific teams have debunked this conspiracy; see note below) and killed [Palestine Liberation] Organization leaders in the past – but I will not surrender. Life is in Allah's hands, and even if they kill me, it will not solve their problems.'
President [Abbas’] advisor on Foreign Affairs [and International Relations] Nabil Shaath said: 'The Israeli incitement against President Abbas that is increasing these days is very similar to what happened to Martyr (Shahid) President Yasser Arafat, as the two leaders acted in the same way facing the pressures and refused to renounce our people’s legitimate rights.' He added: 'We are all potential Martyrs; we will continue to stand firm and will not surrender in order to save ourselves.'
Shaath noted that President Abbas is repeatedly saying in his meetings abroad that 'he will not betray his cause and will not renounce Jerusalem and the refugees' right [of return].''"
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PA Parliament condemns Israel’s Jewish Nation-State Law, claims Palestinians are the original inhabitants of the land, and that Israel strips Israeli Arabs of their citizenship
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, July 26, 2018
Headline: "The [PA] Parliament discusses the latest political developments with the Italian consul"

"[PA] Parliament (Legislative Council) members Nabil Shaath, Bernard Sabella, and Sahr Al-Qawasmi yesterday [July 25, 2018] reviewed different viewpoints regarding some of the central issues in the Palestinian arena together with the Italian consul…
Shaath condemned the Israeli Parliament's decision in July 2018, which is a law that recognizes Israel as ‘the nation-state of the Jewish people,' which strengthens the policy of racial separation that Israel is carrying out, and through which it denies the right of citizenship and the rights of 20% of the inhabitants – the original Palestinians(sic., Arab citizens of Israel have not been stripped of their citizenship; see note below –Ed.)."

Nabil Shaath also holds the position of PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas’ advisor on Foreign Affairs and International Relations.

Jewish Nation-State Law – law passed by the Israeli Parliament on July 19, 2018, which codifies in Israel's Basic Law that Israel is the home of the Jewish nation with Jerusalem its capital, and the Hebrew calendar its official calendar. It establishes Hebrew as the sole official language and grants Arabic a special status, and it recognizes Jewish and Israeli holidays, memorial days, and the Jewish Sabbath as national holidays and days of rest - while guaranteeing the right of all Israeli citizens and residents to celebrate their holidays and days of rest.

PA, PLO officials and foreign diplomats hold Ramadan breakfast dinner with prisoners’ families
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, June 6, 2018
Official PA TV News, on an official meal breaking the Ramadan fast held by the PLO for ambassadors and consuls as well as prisoners’ families in Ramallah

Official PA TV newsreader: “[PA] President [Mahmoud Abbas’] Advisor on Foreign Affairs Nabil Shaath emphasized that the leadership considers the prisoners’ cause as having top priority and asked the international community to pressure Israel to release them. This was said during the [Ramadan] fast breaking meal that the [PLO] Department for Negotiation Affairs organized in cooperation with the [PLO] Commission of Prisoners’ Affairs, and in the presence of ambassadors and consuls from throughout the world and prisoners’ families in Ramallah.”

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Abbas’ advisor supports right of return. rejects unpublished US peace plan
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Mar. 12, 2018
      "[PA] President [Mahmoud Abbas'] advisor on Foreign Affairs and International Relations Nabil Shaath said that occupation [Israeli] Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wishes through his statements – in which he demanded to carry out an additional cut in the support provided to UNRWA (UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East) and to transfer its offices to Jordan (sic., Netanyahu reportedly called to transfer UNRWA authority and funds to other bodies such as the Jordanian government and UNHCR (The UN Refugee Agency); see note below –Ed.) – to complete his settlement enterprise in Palestine, and to put an end to the issue of the refugees and their right of return. Shaath emphasized in a statement to the [PA] state radio station The Voice of Palestine that no one can ignore the refugees' right of return… Shaath said that the American proposal to settle the refugees as part of what is called the ‘deal of the century' is a real crime (Details of the US plan are unknown as it has not yet been published –Ed.). He explained that the leadership has not been waiting for 'the lie of the century,' as it put it, and rejected the American role and [US President Donald] Trump's plan even before he has announced it."

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Abbas’ Advisor justifies salaries to terrorists’ families on official PA TV after US recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Dec. 9, 2017
Official PA TV, special broadcast on US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and transfer the US embassy to Jerusalem, hosting PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas' advisor on Foreign Affairs and International Relations Nabil Shaath

Official PA TV host: “Dr. Nabil [Shaath], you have monitored the [Arab] efforts up to the moment the A rab foreign ministers’ convention was held. [What is] the significance of this meeting from your perspective in light of the American position that is biased towards the occupation state and violates the international laws and legitimacy?”


PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas' advisor on Foreign Affairs and International Relations Nabil Shaath: “[US President Donald] Trump attempted to press us by closing the Palestinian [PLO] embassy in Washington (see note below –Ed.). He attempted to press us by cutting $300 million from the budget allocated to Palestine on the claim that it equals what the Palestinians pay to the families of the Martyrs (Shahids) and families of the prisoners, as if it is a crime to pay the victims of the Israeli hostile acts and Israeli crimes [an amount] that is at least enough for the needs of their families. All of these measures [are intended] to pressure us. Will our [Arab] nation stand up and cancel this [US] pressure by actually presenting the material aid in place of [the money] the US has cut and is cutting from the money intended for us?”
Abbas’ advisor: Palestinians demand from the US delegation that the refugees be returned
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Aug. 29, 2017
Headline: “Shaath: The American delegation has requested an extension of three to four months to consolidate a peace plan”
        “[PA] President Mahmoud Abbas’ advisor on Foreign Affairs [and International Relations] Nabil Shaath said that the American delegation has requested that the [PA] leadership give them an extension of three to four months for the American government to present a peace plan. In statements he made yesterday [Aug. 28, 2017] to [the official PA] radio [station] The Voice of Palestine, Shaath added that the American delegation did not present any position that opposes the Palestinian positions or supports them…
Shaath explained that the [PA] leadership briefed the American delegation on the Palestinian demands: ending the occupation, establishing an independent Palestinian state on the 1967 borders whose capital is Jerusalem, and resolving all of the core problems, prime among them the return of the refugees.”
Abbas’ advisor repeats libel Arafat was murdered with poison by Israelis
Source: Al-Arabiya TV, Aug. 25, 2017

Al-Arabiya TV, interview with PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas’ advisor on Foreign Affairs and International Relations Nabil Shaath on the
Polical Memoirs program

Al-Arabiya TV host : “Did [Yasser Arafat] die due to the consequences of the [Israeli] siege, or was he killed by poison during the siege?”
PA Chairman Abbas’ advisor Nabil Shaath: “No, the Israelis killed him with poison. I have no doubt of that, not even a millionth of a doubt!”
TV host: “Why are you so certain? Do you have information?” …
Nabil Shaath: “…All food came through the Israelis. They besieged him from outside. Every cup of water came through the Israelis. Every pill of medicine… You can check the water before you give it to him… You can check the food, but the medicines?”
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PA District Governor: “Jesus is a Palestinian”
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, July 31, 2017
    “The priest at the Holy Family Latin Church in Ramallah, Father Ibrahim Shoumali, led the thanksgiving mass for the end of his service at the church…
[PA] President [Mahmoud] Abbas' advisor on Foreign Affairs and International Relations Nabil Shaath, District Governor of Ramallah and El-Bireh Laila Ghannam, and [PA] Minister of Justice Ali Abu Diyak were present at the mass… District Governor Ghannam honored Father Shoumali on behalf of the district and its institutions. She noted that ‘The integration of all residents of the district brings everyone pride,’ and said: ‘Jesus is a Palestinian, and the occupier’s bullets do not differentiate between one Palestinian and another. We are all partners to the struggle, building, and making decisions.’”
Abbas' advisor: Salaries to "the families of the prisoners and Martyrs constitute social aid that the PA provides"
Source: Donia Al-Watan (independent Palestinian news agency), June 22, 2017
Headline: "Shaath: The prisoners and Martyrs' salaries constitute care for innocents who have been caused harm because of Israel"
      "Palestinian [PA] President Mahmoud Abbas' advisor [on Foreign Affairs and International Relations] Nabil Shaath said that the salaries (rawatib) of the families of the prisoners and Martyrs (Shahids) constitute social aid that the PA provides to the families. Shaath added in a speech at the Herzliya Conference for security [of the IDC Herzliya Institute for Policy and Strategy] near Tel Aviv on Thursday [June 21, 2017] that the salaries are a social obligation towards innocents that have been harmed as a result of the imprisonment or killing of their loved ones as a result of the military occupation.
He noted that the Israeli occupation authorities have arrested approximately a million Palestinians since [Israel’s] establishment in 1948, and added: 'One of every three Palestinian men has served a prison sentence in an Israeli prison - can an intelligent person claim that these million people are terrorists?' He added: 'Honestly, to describe all of our political prisoners as terrorists is racist rhetoric.'"

PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas' advisor on Foreign Affairs and International Relations Nabil Shaath’s entire speech in English on behalf of Abbas can be seen
here.
Abbas’ advisor: US embassy transfer to “occupied” Jerusalem would end Palestinian preparedness for negotiation
Source: Amad, independent Palestinian news website, Mar. 1, 2017
Headline: “Shaath: Trump is still limiting our relations to the security aspect alone”

“[PA] President Mahmoud Abbas’ advisor on Foreign Affairs [and International Relations] Nabil Shaath said today, Wednesday [March 1, 2017], that American President Donald Trump’s administration is still limiting the dialogue with the Palestinian leadership to the security aspect alone, and is not holding any official political discussion with it.
Shaath noted in an interview with the [official Chinese] news agency Xinhua that… the Palestinian side is prepared to hold any type of discussion with the Trump administration, as long as it does not transfer the American embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to occupied Jerusalem, and does not back down from the two-state solution, and in this way maintains the foundations of the peace process…
He also noted that the central Palestinian priorities include ‘opposing all of the possibilities of transferring the American embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, after the Trump administration postponed the matter but did not cancel it, which still concerns us.’”
Nabil Shaath appointed as Abbas’ advisor on Foreign Affairs and International Relations
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 21, 2017
      “[PA] President Mahmoud Abbas issued an order… appointing Nabil Shaath as his advisor on Foreign Affairs and International Relations, at the rank of minister.”
Fatah commissioner Shaath: All of Israel is “Palestine,” including Jaffa, Safed, Beer Sheva, Haifa, and Acre
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Jan. 30, 2017
Fatah-run Awdah TV program The Story of a Photograph, hosting Fatah Commissioner of International Relations Nabil Shaath

Fatah Commissioner of International Relations Nabil Shaath: "I went out to see every city in Palestine. I went to Jaffa, Safed, Beer Sheva, Haifa, and Acre (i.e., Israeli cities), and I saw the Palestinian villages. In addition to this, I also [saw] Bethlehem, Hebron, Nablus, and Jerusalem. I visited all of Palestine. Every part of it is a part of my life."
Fatah leader Nabil Shaath: The armed struggle is our right
Source: Fatah-run Awdah TV, Jan. 23, 2017

Fatah-run Awdah TV program
The Story of a Photograph, hosting Fatah Commissioner of International Relations Nabil Shaath

Fatah Commissioner of International Relations Nabil Shaath:
"Our cause is just. Our right to the armed struggle is an indisputable right. The Israelis didn't come here through negotiations. They did not come at our request. They are usurpers who came with weapons to murder and tried to expel [us]. They succeeded in expelling a large part of our people by force. Therefore, our right to the armed struggle is indisputable... We are humane people. We want to liberate our homeland. After we liberate our homeland, we will have no problem with living in a democratic state in which Jews, Muslims and Christians live - in a Palestinian Arab democratic state... [As a Palestinian] - your cause is just. You are occupied. Your land was stolen. Your rights were taken. Therefore, I've never seen any problem with carrying out the armed struggle while diplomatic and political activity supporting your cause is being carried out."
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Fatah official: There was never a Jewish Temple
Source: Official PA TV Live, Aug. 14, 2016
Official PA TV program State of Politics, hosting Fatah Commissioner of International Relations and Fatah Central Committee member Nabil Shaath

Fatah Commissioner of International Relations and Fatah Central Committee member Nabil Shaath: (Refers to news from the same morning – Aug. 14, 2016 – according to which hundreds of Israelis entered the Temple Mount under the protection of Israeli forces –Ed.) “This is an Israeli plan that is based on a myth. What is here and what was here is the Al-Aqsa Mosque, there is no other Temple here. The Israelis do not state in their religion that there is a Temple here. This Temple will come from Heaven when God permits it to them…

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Fatah official to British delegation: Keep pressuring Israel, or there will be violence
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Mar. 16, 2016
Headline: “Shaath calls on Sweden to fulfill a role in the French initiative”
      “Fatah Central Committee member and Fatah Commissioner of International Relations Nabil Shaath… stated: ‘Today, the international community’s wish to establish peace must be accompanied by aid to the Palestinian people and encouragement of the boycott of the occupation’s products, so that the resistance will be peaceful, and [constitute] an alternative to armed conflict.’ Shaath noted that the British Conservative Party’s delegation that visited Palestine two days ago [March 14, 2016] understands the Palestinian standpoint and the leadership’s concern to keep the popular resistance peaceful. Shaath added: ‘I asked the British delegation a question: Do you want to help us by pressuring the occupation government so that it will uphold the agreements it has signed… in order to establish peace based on an independent Palestinian state whose capital is in Jerusalem, alongside Israel, or [do you want] a return to armed conflict?’ He clarified that the delegation members’ responses were positive, especially after they visited occupied Jerusalem and saw the fence and the Israeli persecution of Palestinians at checkpoints.”
Fatah official commemorates anniversary of terror leader George Habash, calls him a "national leader," "courageous and smart fighter"
Source: Ma’an, independent Palestinian news agency, Feb. 7, 2016
Headline: “Shaath on the anniversary of Habash’s death: We lost a national leader”
      “Fatah Central Committee member and Fatah Commissioner of International Relations Dr. Nabil Shaath said today, Thursday [Feb. 4, 2016], on the anniversary of George Habash’s death: ‘We lost a unique national leader, who guarded the historic basic principles, and he had an important role in guarding the PLO, the only legal representative of the Palestinian people.’
This was said during a ceremony in Nablus in honor of the eighth anniversary of the death of Dr. George Habash, founder of the movement of Arab nationalists and leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). Shaath referred to Martyr (Shahid) Habash’s role in the realization of Palestinian national unity and the continuation of the Palestinian struggle for return and self-definition, and for his role as a true partner of Yasser Arafat, particularly in difficult moments and crucial decisions… He said: ‘Habash was a courageous and smart fighter, who guarded the unity and basic principles. In our present stage we are inspired by his national chronicles and the chronicles of his struggle, to restore the legitimacy of the PLO and to continue the struggle against the Israeli enemy and the settlement occupation.

George Habash - Founder of the terror organization Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). The PFLP has planned and carried out numerous terror attacks against Israeli civilians since its founding in 1967 and throughout the Palestinian terror campaign between 2000- 2005 (the Intifada).
Fatah official calls on Western European countries to recognize the State of Palestine immediately
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 1, 2016
Headline: “Shaath called on France and Europe to recognize Palestine and impose sanctions on Israel”

“Fatah Central Committee member and Fatah Commissioner for International Relations Nabil Shaath called on France and the Western European countries to recognize the State of Palestine immediately and impose sanctions on Israel in order to compel it to put an end to the occupation.
Shaath stated in a meeting with a European delegation representing the European Parliament and Palestine relations committee (i.e., Delegation for Relations with Palestine): ‘The Palestinian leadership has in principal accepted the French plan , despite the international engagement in the Syrian crisis and the US and Israel’s opposition…’
Shaath briefed the delegation on the Palestinian political action plan and the internal reconciliation meetings, intended to bring the [Fatah-Hamas] rift to an end, establish a national unity government, hold presidential and parliamentary elections, and support and reinforce the peaceful popular uprising.”

PA leaders and officials have legitimized Palestinian violence by quoting UN resolution 3236 which "recognizes the right of the Palestinian people to regain its rights by all means." The PA interprets "all means" as including violence against civilians, but has chosen to ignore the continuation of the resolution which states that the use of "all means" should be "in accordance with the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations..." The UN Charter prohibits targeting civilians, even in war. Chapter 1, Article 1, opens by saying that "international disputes" should be resolved "by peaceful means.

The French Initiative – A peace initiative proposed by the French PM Hollande’s government in 2015 aimed at reviving peace negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians.
Fatah Commissioner: Israel is “a ‎colonialist project on our land”‎
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Jan. 20, 2016
     ‎“The Fatah movement received the ‎decisions of the EU, made at a meeting of ‎European Foreign Ministers in Brussels, ‎with a call to turn them into an action plan ‎to end the Israeli occupation. It called on ‎Europe to take immediate steps to protect ‎the option of the Palestinian state in the ‎framework of a two-state solution from the ‎unilateral steps being taken by the ‎occupation…‎ Fatah Commissioner of International ‎Relations and Fatah Central Committee ‎member Nabil Shaath stated: ‘The ‎decision made by the council of EU ‎Foreign Ministers yesterday [Jan. 18, ‎‎2016] regarding the Palestinian issue is ‎very positive. It is a step forward, which in ‎the end has to lead to severe sanctions ‎against Israel, in order to fight its [Israel’s] ‎colonialist project on our land’…‎ Shaath emphasized that it is important to ‎complete the diplomatic successes by ‎achieving national unity and the end of ‎the rift (i.e., between Fatah and Hamas), in ‎order to strengthen the Palestinian ‎positon and support the present intifada ‎and popular resistance.”‎
Fatah official: The Palestinian government needs to assist and take advantage of the intifada
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Dec. 22, 2015
Official PA TV program Topic of the Day
Topic: European recognition of the state of Palestine

Fatah Central Committee member and Fatah Commissioner of International Relations Nabil Shaath: “As a legitimate Palestinian government according to all standards, we need to bring our leadership and the intifada activists in the field closer together, In order to protect it, direct it, and assist it.”
Official PA TV host: “And to take advantage of it politically.”
Fatah Central Committee member and Fatah Commissioner of International Relations Nabil Shaath: “And to take advantage of it.”
Fatah official: We support intifada but don't want military escalation because "the price is very high"
Source: Donia Al-Watan (independent Palestinian news agency), Oct. 28, 2015
     "Asked about his expectations regarding the possibility of escalation of the popular insurgency, [Fatah Central Committee member Nabil] Shaath refused to describe it by this term (insurgency) [parentheses in source], and said: ‘I do not like to call it popular insurgency (habba jamahiriya). As far as I am concerned, it is the third intifada, (intifada thalitha) and this time it is our young who started it, particularly in Jerusalem.’… Regarding the concern of losing control over the situation and the popular insurgency turning into an armed intifada, Shaath clarified that he is not interested in things deteriorating and getting out of control, and turning into a military intifada, as happened in the second Intifada (i.e., PA terror campaign 2000-2005), and explained this by saying: ‘It is not because we are against armed conflict. We carried out armed conflict for 38 years, and the Fatah Central Committee sacrificed 14 Martyrs. The reason is that we think that according to how things appear at the moment, the situation cannot continue as it is, and Hamas already tried this in Gaza, and we tried it in the West Bank.’ In addition, he noted that the price is very high... Shaath added: ‘We did not choose military resistance because facts have shown that we cannot liberate the homeland by that means, at least not at this stage, as it has a high price, and will drag us into the cycle [of violence] in which Israel is interested. This does not mean that we do not see armed conflict as a main means, but we are opposed to it [at the moment], but we have the right to choose it, as we are fighting against Israeli soldiers who are occupying our land.”

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Fatah expresses condolences for terrorist who murdered 2 in the Old City
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Oct. 11, 2015
Headline: “Fatah delegation expresses condolences over the death of the Martyr Muhannad Halabi and visits the wounded of the aggression (i.e., having killed 2 Israelis, the terrorist was shot and killed)”
       “A Fatah leadership delegation expressed condolences yesterday [Oct. 10, 2015] over the death of Martyr (Shahid) Muhannad Halabi in El-Bireh. Likewise, the delegation visited the wounded of the non-stop Israeli aggression against our people on the West Bank…
In the mourners’ tent, brother Azzam Al-Ahmad spoke in the name of the delegation. He expressed condolences in the name of the Fatah movement, and emphasized that the Palestinian people will continue to protect itself against this aggression, and that it is more determined to fight – whatever the sacrifices might be – until the occupation disappears and its independent state with its capital in Jerusalem will be established.”

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Nabil Shaath: Jews visiting Temple Mount, Ribat fighters will "be the spark that sets off the impending explosion", calls for "riots of rage"
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Sept. 14, 2015
      "Fatah Central Committee member and Commissioner of International Relations Dr. Nabil Shaath stated... that the continuation of the Israeli occupation's attacks on the Noble Sanctuary (i.e., Jews visiting the Temple Mount) and the Ribat fighters (Murabitin - those carrying out Ribat, religious conflict/war to protect land claimed to be Islamic) will be the spark that sets off the impending explosion, whose onset and scope no one can predict. Likewise, he called on the Palestinian and Arab masses to carry out riots of rage."
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Fatah commissioner calls Israel ‎‎“occupied interior” and claims Israel ‎seeks to “expel” Arabs from Israel
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Mar. 15, 2015
     ‎“Fatah Commissioner for International ‎Relations [and Fatah Central Committee ‎member] Nabil Shaath… called on the ‎Palestinian people in the occupied interior ‎‎(i.e., Israel) to reject the notion of the ‎Jewish state, which is meant to expel ‎whoever is left from among our people on ‎their land, occupied in 1948, [and do so] ‎by adhering to the principles of equality ‎and justice, creating democratic ‎awareness based on sacrifice, and ‎invigorating popular resistance.”‎
Senior PA leader: Israel is the enemy
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Feb. 4, 2015

Fatah Central Committee member Nabil Shaath:‎ "The problem in Jerusalem is the ‎Israelis, the Israeli enemy, and what it is doing in Jerusalem. Israel wants to swallow all ‎of East Jerusalem.‎"
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PA leader: Palestinian nation must “carry out Ribat in defense of Palestine”
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Nov. 29, 2014
Official PA TV program Personal Encounter hosted senior PA leader Nabil Shaath:
Senior PA leader Nabil Shaath: “First of all, the Palestinian nation is taking responsibility. First, it is taking responsibility for Palestinian land in general and Jerusalem in particular, and it is still – today was a bloody day in Jerusalem, but our nation redeems Al-Aqsa and the Islamic and Christian holy places in Jerusalem with its blood… In the end, it is the destiny of the Palestinian nation to carry out Ribat (religious conflict/war over land claimed to be Islamic) in defense of Palestine – [the Palestinian nation] that stands firm so that Palestine will not be lost; and we will fight so that the Palestinian cause does not become obsolete. Our role is to stand firm, wage Ribat, resist, support and build.”
PA tactics of peace talks: PA waiting for release of prisoners before suing Israel in international court
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Nov. 30, 2013
Headline: “Calls to petition international UN organizations to sue Israel”
     “In a statement made to an Arab-Israeli radio station on Wednesday [Nov. 27, 2013] chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat said that if it were up to him the Palestinians would not wait for the conclusion of the nine months [of negotiations with Israel] to petition international institutions, including the International Criminal Court…
Fatah Central Committee member Dr. Nabil Shaath explained in a statement published yesterday [Nov. 29, 2013] by the [Israeli] Maariv newspaper, that ‘due to the prisoners (of whom only half have been released) [parentheses in source], we haven’t stopped negotiations and haven’t petitioned the UN.’”
PA official Nabil Shaath: Arafat “died of poisoning, and I have no doubt about this”
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Jan. 3, 2013
Part of the fourth episode of the 2011 Palestinian-produced documentary “Arafat” was broadcast on PA TV again in January 2013 as an introduction to a PA ceremony.
Narrator: “Wondering about the nature of Arafat’s disease continued. Did he really fall ill, or had Israel managed to poison him?”
Nabil Shaath: “In my opinion he died of poisoning, and I have no doubt about this. The problem, of course, is how and who brought the poison, and how was it administered? Those are the questions we have.”
PA official Nabil Shaath: Arafat knew that a second Intifada would put pressure on Israel
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Jan. 3, 2013
Part of the fourth episode of the 2011 Palestinian-produced documentary “Arafat” was broadcast on PA TV again in January 2013 as an introduction to a PA ceremony. The film states that at Camp David, Arafat was subjected to fourteen days of heavy American-Israeli pressure to abandon Palestinian claims for the Right of Return and for Jerusalem.
Part of the film shows Arafat speaking about Camp David:
    
“Everyone will understand that no one in the Palestinian people or in the entire Arab nation can bow down or surrender. Millions of Martyrs (Shahids) march to Jerusalem! Millions of Martyrs march to Jerusalem! Millions of Martyrs march to Jerusalem!”
Narrator: “The Camp David summit failed, and [Bill] Clinton held Arafat responsible for the failure. This was the preface to very serious events. [Then Israeli Prime Minister] Ariel Sharon violated the Noble Sanctuary (i.e., The Temple Mount), and the second Intifada (i.e., PA terror campaign 2000-2005) – known as the Al-Aqsa Intifada – began on Sept. 28, 2000 as a direct reaction to this [Sharon’s] violation. This was, however, also a reaction to years of determined Israeli efforts to subject the Palestinians and their national authority.
Nabil Shaath: “He (Arafat) saw that a repeat of the first Intifada, in new forms, would provide the necessary popular, international, and Arab pressure on Israel, since it was already impossible to continue denying our right to Jerusalem and the right of the refugees, the two principal issues.”
[The film relates the destruction of buildings in the PA’s Muqata'a headquarters, other than Arafat’s office building, that took place during the siege, and it then broadcasts his well-known statement]: ‘They want me prisoner, they want me exiled, they want me dead, but I say: Martyr, Martyr, Martyr!’”
PA leader glorifies Hamas terrorist leader Al-Ja'abari as "hero"
Source: Al-Aqsa TV (Hamas), Nov. 22, 2012
Senior PA leader and member of Fatah Central Committee, Nabil Shaath:
     "We are all gathered here [in Gaza] because of the unity [between Fatah and Hamas]. This unity will win further victories for us. Blessings to the Martyrs, and may Allah have mercy on the hero Ahmed Al-Ja'abari and on all the Martyrs."
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Note: Ahmed Al-Ja'abari was Head of Hamas' military wing and responsible for the deaths of dozens of Israelis. He was killed by Israel at the start of Operation Pillar of Defense (Nov. 2012).
PA leader Nabil Shaath emphasizes that the PA opposes armed conflict “because it harms our people”
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Mar. 10, 2012
Headline: "Shaath: Letter to Prime Minister Netanyahu and to the world, setting out all the options other than armed conflict"
     "Nabil Shaath said that the letter from President Mahmoud Abbas to the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and world leaders, would be sent in the coming days, and that it would include all Palestinian options other than the armed struggle. In response to a question by MAAN News Agency concerning the content of the letter and the sections relating to security coordination and the dismantling of the PA, Shaath said: 'The letter includes all the options other than the armed conflict, because it harms our people, and we are opposed to it.' He added that the letter would raise important questions concerning the future and Israel's honoring of international agreements and demands. He noted that the letter is part of the activity that will put Israel and the world to the test. Shaath said: 'Our international plan depends on the Israeli response to the letter, which does not reflect a state of despair amongst the leadership, but rather a refusal of the reality.' He added, 'The letter from the Palestinian leadership will not suffice with reminding Israel of signed agreements, but will go further, clarifying the matter of the PA’s right of control over its areas and its residents, freedom of movement and economic activity, the prisoners, as well as Israeli's severe violations and its ignoring of all the signed agreements, especially the Oslo Accords.'"
Fatah official promotes non-violent resistance since armed struggle and peace not possible
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Jan. 5, 2012
     "The Palestinian Reconciliation Council, in conjunction with the Beit Al-Hikma Institute, held an open encounter in Gaza yesterday on the topic, 'Horizons of National Reconciliation and its Challenges', attended by Fatah Central Committee member Nabil Shaath…
Shaath concluded his words [with the need] to inculcate the popular struggle and non-violent resistance among our people, since the option of the armed struggle and the option of peace negotiations have been blocked."
Nabil Shaath: The PA terror campaign ("second intifada") was planned by Arafat to put pressure on Israel
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Nov. 13, 2011
Excerpt from PA TV four-part documentary Arafat
Part 4:
"The Besieged President"
Narrator: "The Camp David Summit [in 2000] failed, and [US President Bill] Clinton held Arafat responsible for the failure. This was a prelude to very grave events: [Israeli Parliament Member] Ariel Sharon invaded the Noble Sanctuary of Jerusalem (i.e., the Temple Mount), and the second Intifada, known as the Al-Aqsa Intifada, broke out on Sept. 28, 2000 as a direct response to this invasion. However, it was also an outburst against Israel's insistence over the years on suppressing the Palestinians and (speech unclear) their National Authority."
Nabil Shaath, member of the negotiating team: "[Arafat] saw that repeating the first Intifada in new forms, would bring the necessary popular, international, and Arab pressure upon Israel, because it was already impossible to continue denying our right in Jerusalem and the right of the refugees, which are the two main topics [of conflict]."
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PA official Nabil Shaath: The Palestinian leadership initiated the armed struggle
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Nov. 8, 2011
Headline: “In spite of international threats and pressure that the PA is contending with – Shaath declares that the leadership is determined to apply to the UN, and the price will not be taken into account”
     “In spite of international threats and pressure on the PA to dissuade it from applying to the UN General Assembly for recognition of the Palestinian state as an ‘observer state’ at the UN, the leadership has declared that it will continue with this step. Fatah Central Committee Member and Governor for International Relations Nabil Shaath told WAFA: ‘The price is not being taken into account in the Palestinian leadership’s agenda. Otherwise, we would not have initiated the armed struggle. Any nation that confronts its enemy and wants to end an occupation, pays a price.’ He added: ‘But I’m sure that the Arab states will stand with us and support us in this step and in its ramifications.’
Shaath recalled what the Saudi Arabian Kingdom did two weeks after the Al-Aqsa Intifada (i.e., PA terror campaign 2000-2005) broke out, when it transferred half a billion dollars and committed to and transferred an additional half billion dollars from the Gulf states. He declared that if the Israelis dare [to act against the PA] or if the United States does anything stupid to cause the Palestinian leadership and people to pay a price, the Great Arab Nation will not abandon the Palestinian people, [but] will stand by it…
He declared that in spite of its limited capabilities and resources, the Palestinian people is rooted on its land. It will not leave and it will oppose the occupation by various ways and means.”
Fatah and PA officials “applaud” the Shalit deal and the release of Palestinian prisoners
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Oct. 13, 2011
In October 2011, the Israeli government agreed to release 1,027 Palestinian prisoners from Israeli prison in exchange for Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, who had been held hostage by Hamas for more than 5 years.
Headline:
"Forces, leaders and institutions applaud achievement of agreement for prisoner release"
     "Factions, forces, public figures, national leaders and non-governmental institutions applauded the conclusion of an agreement for the release of prisoners and committed themselves to continue the struggle to liberate the thousands of prisoners who were not included in the deal.
Dr. Nabil Shaath, member of the Fatah Central Committee and Commissioner of International Relations, regarded the agreement as a great national achievement. He emphasized the commitment of the Fatah movement and the leadership to continue the struggle and to act for the release of all our heroic prisoners…
Minister of Prisoners' Affairs, Issa Karake, applauded the conclusion of the agreement since this shortens the duration of the suffering and pain of the prisoners, their families and their children, and because this agreement joins the national achievements of the Palestinian people which fights and acts for the liberation of its sons and daughters from the occupation's prisons.
He said that the conclusion of the agreement does not mean an end to action and activity to liberate the rest of the prisoners, numbering more than 5,000 Palestinian prisoners."

Note: Hundreds of the released prisoners were convicted on charges of murder and terror offenses.
Fatah official Shaath expresses commitment to non-violent resistance to French delegation
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Apr. 20, 2011
Headline: “Shaath to French solidarity activists: Your presence provides support for Fatah strategy”
     “Member of the Fatah Central Committee and Commissioner of [the movement’s] International Relations, Nabil Shaath, met yesterday with a French delegation of solidarity activists. Shaath explained to the French delegation the Fatah movement’s strategy with regard to popular resistance, international activity, building state institutions, and national unity. He emphasized the commitment to non-violent resistance to the occupation and its plots…
Shaath emphasized that the Palestinian people is committed to the peace process, and stated that the return to negotiations requires the fulfillment of the conditions for their success, especially concerning the need to freeze settlement. Shaath asked the solidarity activists to embark on a broad campaign of boycotting Israel, in order to pressure its government to recognize the rights of the Palestinians and to end the occupation.”
Fatah MP lobbies in Europe for removal of Hamas from list of terror organizations
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Mar. 8, 2011
     “At a press conference following the meeting [between Nabil Shaath, Fatah MP and Central Committee member, and Amr Musa, Secretary General of the Arab League], Shaath added: ‘We are in a situation that requires aid, because we are facing the Israeli occupier, and right now there is no hope of any sort of negotiations with them. This is because they do not recognize the sources of authority of the peace process, nor the need to implement that which was agreed upon in the past.’…
He emphasized that the result of the [planned Palestinian] elections is what will determine the level of participation of each faction in the future Palestinian government, such that no one will be left out. He said, ‘I was recently in Europe, and we are acting for Hamas to be removed from the list of terror [organizations] and for the countries of Europe to recognize any national government in which Hamas and the other elements participate.’”
Fatah MP: US veto at UN “made me happy because it showed Washington’s true nature”
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Mar. 8, 2011
     "In response to a question about the ramifications of the American veto [on a unilateral declaration of independence] for the Palestinian cause, [Fatah MP Nabil] Shaath said: ‘This veto did not surprise me. On the contrary, it made me happy, because it showed Washington’s true nature, and revealed that the US stands alone against 14 member states of the Security Council.”

Note: These comments were in response to the US veto of a UN resolution on the issue of Israeli building in Jerusalem and the West Bank (Feb. 18, 2011).
Fatah MP calls for filing suits against Israel in international courts and for Europe to remove Hamas from list of terror organizations
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Mar. 8, 2011
     “At a press conference following the meeting [between Nabil Shaath, Fatah MP and Central Committee member, and and Amr Musa, Secretary General of the Arab League], Shaath added: ‘We are in a situation that requires aid, because we are facing the Israeli occupier, and right now there is no hope of any sort of negotiations with them. This is because they do not recognize the sources of authority of the peace process, nor the need to implement that which was agreed upon in the past.’… Shaath continued: ‘Right now we are outside of negotiations, and inside the strategy of the popular struggle and escalating it, boycotting Israel and its goods, and activity to achieve recognition by further [countries] for an independent Palestinian state on the borders of June 4, 1967, with Jerusalem as its capital… Our role requires that we act in all international forums, both in the International Court of Justice and the [International] Criminal Court, in order to file suits against Israel because of its dangerous racist measures.’… He emphasized that the result of the [planned Palestinian] elections is what will determine the level of participation of each faction in the future Palestinian government, such that no one will be left out. He said, ‘I was recently in Europe, and we are acting for Hamas to be removed from the list of terror [organizations] and for the countries of Europe to recognize any national government in which Hamas and the other elements participate.’…
In response to a question about the ramifications of the American veto [on a unilateral declaration of independence] for the Palestinian cause, Shaath said: ‘This veto did not surprise me. On the contrary, it made me happy, because it showed Washington’s true nature, and revealed that the US stands alone against 14 member states of the Security Council.”
Goal of Central America tour is to gain more recognition of Palestinian state
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 7, 2011
Headline: “Fatah emissary discusses with El Salvador recognition of Palestinian State”
     “Nassim Al-Allam, emissary of the Fatah Commission for International Relations, yesterday concluded his visit to the Republic of El-Salvador, the first stop on his tour of Central America. The purpose of the tour is to seek recognition for an independent Palestinian state on the borders of June 4, 1967…
The Commissioner for International Relations, Nabil Shaath, said that the visit is taking place within the framework of the Commission’s activity to obtain additional recognition for the independent Palestinian state, to explain Fatah’s position on the various political developments, and to expose the true Israeli intentions regarding the peace process. He added that Fatah’s political program… would be part of the agenda of the Central American tour, in order to gain the support of additional foreign supporters for the non-violent Palestinian struggle, pushing the occupation state into the corner, boycotting it, prosecution [of it] for its crimes against our people and adopting practical and effective steps to pressure Israel to end the occupation in the Palestinian territories.”
Fatah leader: Armed resistance is a right but is not currently possible
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 2, 2011
Nabil Shaath is a member of the Fatah Central Committee and Fatah’s Commissioner of International Relations:
     “During a political gathering held by Fatah – Tubas branch, under the heading, “The Principles are our Bridge to a State”, Shaath noted that the American administration and Israel are applying pressure to the Palestinian leadership to return to negotiations. He said, ‘However, we decided that our present strategy will be a continuation of the popular struggle in all its forms and through all its means; a launching of international activity in order to obtain further international recognition of a Palestinian state; and pursuit of Israel and war criminals in international forums.’…
Shaath noted that the leadership is opposed to the idea of returning to negotiations without a change in the balance of power on the ground. He added that right now there is no room for the realization of our people’s right to armed resistance, due to several considerations and the results that it might bring about on the ground.”
Fatah Central Committee member: Violence is an option that must be postponed "at the present time"
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Jan. 17, 2011
     "Nabil Shaath, member of the Fatah Central Committee and the movement's head of international relations... said...: 'Nineteen years of negotiations and armed struggle have not succeeded in bringing about the liberation of a single inch of the land of Palestine. We are aware that at the present time it is impossible to return to the armed struggle, despite its being the right of Palestinians."
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Brazil recognizes Palestinian state along 1967 borders
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Dec. 4, 2010
Headline: “Brazil officially announces its recognition of the State of Palestine in ’67 borders
President: Recognition shows that Brazil is a pioneer in understanding the Palestinian reality”
     “Brazil announced yesterday its official recognition of the State of Palestine in the 1967 borders. The Brazilian announcement arrived in [the form of] a letter sent by Brazilian President Lula da Silva, to President Mahmoud Abbas, and received by [Palestinian] Foreign Minister, Dr. Riyad Al-Malki…
In its announcement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed appreciation for this step, and expressed its hope that it would be the start of recognition by [other] countries on the [South American] continent for the Palestinian state in the ’67 borders. The Ministry expected that in the wake of the Brazilian action a similar action would be taken by other countries in Latin America…
The [Fatah] Foreign Relations Commission added that it had invested unceasing efforts in recent months to stimulate relations between the Palestinian people and the peoples of Latin America, and that Dr. Nabil Shaath, the [Fatah] movement’s Commissioner for Foreign Relations, had received promises, during his tour of several Latin American countries last month, to improve the political positions of some countries of the continent, such that they would recognize the Palestinian state on the ’67 borders.”
Fatah official: "Resistance" is a legitimate means to establish a Palestinian state
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Sept. 18, 2010
Lecture by Nabil Shaath, organized by the Latin Church in Ramallah:
     “Member of the Fatah Central Committee and member of the PLO delegation to negotiations, Dr. Nabil Shaath… reiterated the refusal of the Palestinian leadership to recognize the Jewishness of the state [of Israel]…
He said: ‘The Christian inhabitants of Palestine are the children of this blessed land, and are an integral part of the endeavor of the Palestinian struggle on the road to liberation and the establishment of a state, whether this struggle is [carried out] through resistance and struggle or through negotiations, since that too is struggle.”
Fatah Central Committee member: Negotiations are "tactical" and "temporary"
Source: Al-Dustour (Jordan), June 10, 2010
     "Dr. Nabil Shaath, Commissioner of International Relations and member of the Fatah Central Committee… stated that the decision to renew negotiations was a tactical decision, i.e., a temporary, defensive decision… and it is dependent upon the possibility of attaining tangible results for the Palestinians. He concluded: 'Even the resistance uses defensive tactics in order not to miss opportunities.'"
Fatah Central Committee member: Palestinians will return to violence when it is in "our people's interest"
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, June 7, 2010
     “Dr. Nabil Shaath, member of the Fatah Central Committee… emphasized that ‘the Palestinian people has the right to defend itself, and it has the right to act in the way of the armed struggle. We have acted in this way for 100 years. Fatah led it [the armed struggle] for 23 years, and Hamas adopted it for 15 years. We are proud of all of our Shahids (Martyrs), and it is our right to return to the armed conflict whenever we view that as our people's interest.’"
Fatah MP: We do not reject armed struggle even if it is not current focus
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, May 21, 2010
     “Dr. Nabil Shaath, Fatah Foreign Affairs Commissioner... said: 'The popular struggle is a fundamental principle whose importance equals that of the armed struggle, since it is the responsibility and task of all the people. The current distancing from the armed struggle does not mean its absolute rejection… He noted that the difficulty of the conflict required the Palestinian people to diversify its activities of struggle – along with an emphasis on the importance of the armed struggle, which laid the basis for the existence of the state and contributed to maintaining the right and presenting it to the world – especially since the armed struggle at the present time is not possible, or is not effective, because of the difficulties with which the Palestinian people contends: the internal division, the ongoing siege imposed on the Gaza Strip, and the intensive settlement attack against Jerusalem."
Fatah MP: Armed struggle is our right, but is not possible now
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, May 20, 2010
     "MP Dr. Nabil Shaath, member of the Fatah Central Committee and its Commissioner of Foreign Relations… emphasized that Fatah's stated strategy for the struggle is to adopt the growing popular and 'non-violent' struggle against Israel, because of the inability to engage in the armed struggle, which has become undesirable now, although it is the right of the Palestinian people, which all international treaties and resolutions have guaranteed... 'I have said this to the leaders of Hamas, I have said to [Hamas PM] Ismail Haniyeh during my meeting with him in Gaza, that Arab, regional and international conditions do not permit us to engage in the armed struggle, and that our efforts must be concentrated on strengthening the non-violent resistance…'
Shaath emphasized that the non-violent struggle is no less honorable than the armed struggle, and that it does not signify submission to Israeli demands."
Abbas Zaki appointed as Fatah Commissioner of Relations with Arab Countries and Nabil Shaath as Commissioner of International Relations
Source: Ma’an, independent Palestinian news agency, Sept. 10, 2009
     "The Fatah Central Committee appointed Central Committee member Dr. Nabil Shaath as Commissioner of International Relations, and Abbas Zaki as Commissioner of Relations with Arab Countries."
Nabil Shaath, Fatah: Hamas should not recognize Israel
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, July 19, 2009
Nabil Shaath, member of Fatah Central Committee and former PA Foreign Minister:
     "The return to the idea of a national unity government gives rise to the subject of the PLO commitments – recognition of Israel, recognition of the Oslo Accords, and the like... Fatah's position is, we don't want Hamas to recognize Israel. We want it [Hamas] to recognize a government that can deal with the international situation and open a door for us to end the siege.”
PLO chief negotiator: PA plans to return to terror when negotiations break down
Source: Private recording, Jan. 15, 1996
Nabil Shaath, chief PLO negotiator for 1993 Oslo Accords, at a closed meeting:
     "We decided to begin liberating our homeland step by step. This is the strategy. It is now impossible for the peace process to stop, for if it does, all the acts of violence will return to Israel. We say: Should Israel continue - no problem. And so we honor the peace treaties and non-violence, so long as the agreements are fulfilled step by step. [But] if and when Israel says "enough," namely - "we won't discuss Jerusalem, we won't return refugees, we won't dismantle settlements, we won't withdraw to the borders," in that case it is saying that we will return to violence. But this time, it will be with 30,000 armed Palestinian soldiers and in a land with elements of freedom. I'm the first one to call for it. If we get to a deadlock we shall return to the fighting and struggle, as we have fought for 40 years or more."  Click here to view

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