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Israel vaccinates imprisoned terrorists against the Coronavirus and the PA spreads libels
While the State of Israel has begun to vaccinate the Palestinian terrorists being held in the Israeli prisons against the Coronavirus the PA is using the event to once again raise the recurring libel that Israel is conducting medical experiments on the terrorists.
Armed struggle - Fatah’s focus for 2021
Dec 31, 2020
These days, Abbas’ Fatah Movement is busy highlighting its upcoming 56th anniversary. “The Launch” of Fatah is counted from its first terror attack against Israel, when the movement attempted to blow up Israel's National Water Carrier on Jan. 1, 1965.
PA official praises singer who motions to slit someone’s throat: “If you cross [the border], we’ll put an end to your existence”
Dec 20, 2020
Waving a gun and making a motion to slit someone’s throat is part of Gazan singer Abdallah Saaideh’s repertoire in a violent song and music video released in October
PA glorifies Arafat as man of war
Nov 23, 2020
PA official: Arafat "would repeat the saying ‘Millions of Martyrs are marching to Jerusalem,’ in a clear and unequivocal sign that the path to Jerusalem is paved with sacrifices and continues until our people will achieve its firm and legal rights to liberate the land"
PA threat to Israel: “I’m taking my enemies down with me… Either [we get] Palestine, or a fire [will burn] generation after generation”
Oct 27, 2020
Claiming that the US and Israel are planning to “redesign” the Middle East via “normalization” and US President Trump’s peace plan, the PA threatened “anarchy, violence, and instability” in an editorial in its official daily.
PA’s “Animal Farm”: No to normalization for regular Palestinians; Yes to normalization for PA leaders who need treatment in Israeli hospitals
Oct 21, 2020
Despite the PA’s cessation of all cooperation, PA’s chief negotiator Saeb Erekat is able to enjoy “normal” relations with Israel, choosing an Israeli hospital for his current treatment for the coronavirus disease.