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Mahmoud Al-Aloul
 Mahmoud Al-Aloul has been a member of Fatah's Central Committee since 2009 , and served as Fatah's Commissioner for Mobilization and Organization. On Feb. 15, 2017, he was elected as deputy chairman of the Fatah Movement.
Official speaking in Abbas’ name: Fatah’s program of "struggle” will not change, “resistance in all its forms” is a “right” 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Jan. 5, 2012
     "The Ramallah and El-Bireh branch of Fatah held an official and popular central rally to mark the occasion… attended by member of the Fatah Central Committee Mahmoud Al-Aloul, representing President Mahmoud Abbas… In a speech he delivered on behalf of the President, Al-Aloul said: 'On this day, when some pioneers from among our people stepped forward, believing in their Lord and the ability of their people to sacrifice, and refusing submission and oppression – there was an outbreak [of the Fatah revolution], there was the first bullet, there was Fatah…'
Al-Aloul stated that since its inception, the [Fatah] movement has adopted a clear program pertaining to the struggle and to social issues, which it will not change, based on the armed struggle and the people's long-term war. It continued with this and adhered to this, because it [the Fatah movement] believes that resistance in all its forms is the legitimate right of occupied peoples… He emphasized that the leadership, led by President Mahmoud Abbas, has made every effort, offered every opportunity to seek peace, and cooperated with every initiative… Al-Aloul said that 2012 is the critical year of the popular resistance. He called upon Fatah members to participate in it in order to deal with the Israeli aggression. He emphasized, 'We can no longer restrain the villagers, the residents and the youth in their resistance. The popular resistance will erupt alongside the political activity, whose aim is to earn the world's [support], to lay a siege against the Israeli policy, and to isolate the occupation."
Fatah official: “All possibilities are open to the leadership and the Palestinian people” 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, July 28, 2011
Headline: "Al-Aloul: No negotiations in the shadow of settlement – [the village of] Asira Al-Shimaliya honors students who were successful in their matriculation"
     "Yesterday, Fatah honored students from Asira Al-Shimaliya who had succeeded in their matriculation [examinations]. Member of the Fatah Central Committee and Commissioner of Mobilization and Organization, Mahmoud Al-Aloul, emphasized that all possibilities are open to the leadership and the Palestinian people in the event that they encounter a dead end."
Fatah holds ceremony for Abu Jihad, "the most famous of the great Shahid (Martyr) commanders" 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, May 2, 2011
     “During a ceremony held by the Fatah movement and the National Association of Families of Shahids (Martyrs), marking the anniversary of the Martyr death of the commander Khalil Al-Wazir [Abu Jihad]…
In [speech delivered on behalf of] President Abbas… Mahmoud Al-Aloul said: ‘I am honored to represent the President at this large gathering, the gathering [in honor] of Shahid Khalil Al-Wazir, the most famous of the great Shahid commanders who bore the yoke of leading this campaign.’ He added, ‘We speak about the heroism and about the Shahids, and hold these gatherings every year in order to remember their life stories. Many [people] wonder, what is the point of these ceremonies? We hold them in order to get to know their lives, their acts of heroism, and their qualities.’ He called to take them [the Shahids] as an example and to act with courage, as they did…
District Governor of [Qalqilya] Rabih Al-Khandaqji greeted those present and praised the struggle of our people and of its Shahids… The district governor said: ‘We raise the memory of the Shahids in order to renew the commitment towards them. We continue their path…’

Note: Abu Jihad (Khalil Al-Wazir) – one of the founders of Fatah and deputy to Yasser Arafat. Headed PLO’s military wing. Planned many deadly Fatah terror attacks, including the most lethal in Israeli history, the hijacking of a bus and killing of 37 civilians, 12 of them children.
Abbas spokesman at Fatah event: Abu Jihad is "the most famous of the great Shahid (Martyr) commanders" 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, May 2, 2011
     “During a ceremony held by the Fatah movement and the National Association of Families of Shahids (Martyrs), marking the anniversary of the Martyr death of the commander Khalil Al-Wazir [Abu Jihad]…
In [speech delivered on behalf of] President Abbas… Mahmoud Al-Aloul said: ‘I am honored to represent the President at this large gathering, the gathering [in honor] of Shahid Khalil Al-Wazir, the most famous of the great Shahid commanders who bore the yoke of leading this campaign.’ He added, ‘We speak about the heroism and about the Shahids, and hold these gatherings every year in order to remember their life stories. Many [people] wonder, what is the point of these ceremonies? We hold them in order to get to know their lives, their acts of heroism, and their qualities.’ He called to take them [the Shahids] as an example and to act with courage, as they did…
Al-Aloul emphasized that the negotiations would not continue in a pointless manner, and that activity would continue to restore unity to our people and to our homeland. He added, ‘Our principal conflict will continue to be with the occupation, and we shall remain united because the Shahids were united.’
Mahmoud al-Aloul said that the main challenge is how to continue to be in conflict with the occupation, and noted: ‘The President’s steps are in this direction, and in the direction of this choice. What is the President’s initiative [for reconciliation with Hamas] for, if not so that our people will be a single row facing the occupier.’

Note: Abu Jihad (Khalil Al-Wazir) – one of the founders of Fatah and deputy to Yasser Arafat. Headed PLO’s military wing. Planned many deadly Fatah terror attacks, including the most lethal in Israeli history, the hijacking of a bus and killing of 37 civilians, 12 of them children.
Tulkarem rally for Palestinian prisoners praises Abu Jihad  
Source: Al-Ayyam, Apr. 20, 2010
Headline: “At the Palestinian Prisoner’s Day rally in Tulkarem: emphasis on the sanctity of the prisoners’ cause and a call to make it international”
     “They praised Martyr (Shahid) Abu Jihad’s (Khalil Al-Wazir) positions advocating struggle, which brought about the outbreak of the Palestinian revolution and his death as a Martyr, sacrificing himself for his homeland and nation. They promised all the Martyrs that they would remain loyal to the commitment until the defeat of the occupation, the release of the prisoners and the establishment of the independent Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital…  [Fatah Central Committee member Mahmoud] Al-Aloul recalled Martyr Khalil Al-Wazir’s path of struggle and his concern for his people and for the prisoners in the occupation’s prisons. He [Al-Aloul] vowed to him and all the Martyrs that we will remain faithful to the commitment.”

From WAFA, official PA news agency
PA Minister of Prisoners' Affairs attends exhibition honoring terrorist Daoud 
Source: Al-Quds website, Apr. 10, 2010
Headline: Opening of "Candles of Freedom" exhibition named for Shahid (Martyr) Abdallah Daoud
     "The Shahid (Martyr) Abu Jihad Center for Prisoner Affairs today opened the "Candles of Freedom" exhibition, under the auspices of Prime Minister Salam Fayyad, at the community center hall of the Balata camp. This time, the exhibition was named for the Shahid commander Abdallah Daoud, who recently died as a Shahid (Martyr) in Algeria and was buried in his place of birth, in the Balata camp.
The opening [of the ceremony] was held in the presence of the Minister of Prisoners' Affairs, Issa Karake, member of the Fatah Central Committee Mahmoud Al-Aloul, and former [Deputy] Prime Minister, Dr. Nasser Al-Din Al-Shaer,… veteran former prisoner, Said Al-Ataba, and the other political, civic and academic bodies…
In his speech, member of the [Fatah] Central Committee Mahmoud Al-Aloul praised the naming of the exhibition after the Shahid Abdallah Daoud, and noted that the Shahids and prisoners had made sacrifices for the sake of their homeland and their people…
Fahd Abu Al-Hajj, director of the Abu Jihad Center for Prisoner Affairs and curator of the exhibition… dedicated the exhibition to the spirit of the Shahid Abdallah Daoud."

Note: Abdallah Daoud headed the Palestinian intelligence service in Bethlehem, and was one of the terrorists who stormed into the Church of the Nativity in 2002, continuing to fight against Israel for several weeks while using the monks and the religious site as a shield. He was deported to Cyprus and later Mauritania, and died in Algeria of natural causes.
Abbas honors terrorist Daoud, says must continue in his path 
Source: Al-Quds, Mar. 28, 2010
The following is the report on Abbas’s statement read by Mahmoud Al-Aloul, member of the Fatah Central Committee, at the funeral of terrorist Abdallah Daoud:
     "Mahmoud Al-Aloul, member of the Fatah Central Committee, delivered a speech on behalf of President Mahmoud Abbas, during which he recounted the life story of the Shahid (Martyr), who sacrificed his life for his country and for his people. Al-Aloul said that we must maintain the way of the Shahid Daoud, who always believed in the struggle, in love of the homeland, and in the realization of national unity."

Note: Abdallah Daoud headed the Palestinian intelligence service in Bethlehem, and was one of the terrorists who stormed into the Church of the Nativity in 2002, continuing to fight against Israel for several weeks while using the monks and the religious site as a shield. He was deported to Cyprus and later Mauritania, and died in Algeria of natural causes.
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