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The Secret of a Palestinian state revealed
July 14, 2009, 7:58 am
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    The Fatah flag still shows the map of Israel

    under rifles.

The Nature of  Palestinian statehood to most has been a “secret”, here it is revealed in their own words-What they really want !

Bulletin

July 12, 2009 Palestinian Media Watch

Fatah official:

“Our goal has never been peace.

Peace is a means; the goal is Palestine.”

by Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik

Palestinian Media Watch:

p:+972 2 625 4140 e: pmw@pmw.org.il

f: +972 2 624 2803 w: www.pmw.org.il

The PA will resume violence and terror against Israel when Fatah is “capable,” and “according to what seems right,” Fatah official Kifah Radaydeh says in a PA TV interview. Radaydeh, Fatah Regional Committee member, Jerusalem, states openly that peace is not a goal for Fatah:

“It has been said that we are negotiating for peace, but our goal has never been peace. Peace is a means; the goal is Palestine.”

Radaydeh says that “armed struggle” has not been ruled out and will continue, depending on how “capable” the PA forces are.

Click here to see the PATV interview http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qc-7GK6F4RI

with Fatah official, Kifah Radaydeh

Transcript:

“Fatah is facing a challenge, because [Fatah] says that we perceive peace as

one of the strategies, but we say that all forms of the struggle exist, and

we do not rule out the possibility of the armed struggle or any other

struggle. The struggle exists in all its forms, on the basis of what we are

capable of at a given time, and according to what seems right…

What exactly do we want? It has been said that we are negotiating for peace,

but our goal has never been peace. Peace is a means; and the goal is

Palestine. I do not negotiate in order to achieve peace. I negotiate for

Palestine, in order to achieve a state.”

[PA TV July 7, 2009]

It should be noted that when Fatah refers to “Palestine”, it is routinely

referring to all of Israel.

Some examples:

1. The Fatah flag still shows the map of Israel under rifles. The same

symbol (see right) appears on the Fatah website ( http://www.fateh.ps ) and

other official Fatah publications.

2. Fatah MP Najat Abu-Bakr said in a PA TV interview last year that Fatah’s

goal remains the destruction of Israel, but that their political plan is to

focus on the West Bank and Gaza Strip:

“It doesn’t mean that we don’t want the 1948 borders [all of Israel]…but

our current political program is to say that we want the 1967 borders.” [PA

TV, Aug. 25 2008]. Click to view http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xw-JZ5u0Oi4

3. A PA TV educational documentary broadcast monthly since 2007 includes the

following words denying the existence of Israel:

“Another section in Palestine which is the Palestinian coast that spreads

along the [Mediterranean] sea, from… Ashkelon in the south, until Haifa,

in the Carmel Mountains. Haifa is a well-known Palestinian port. [Haifa]

enjoyed a high status among Arabs and Palestinians especially before it fell

to the ‘occupation’ [Israel] in 1948. To its north, we find Acre. East of

Acre, we reach a city with history and importance, the city of Tiberias,

near a famous lake, the lake of Tiberias [Kinneret- Sea of Galilee]. Jaffa,

an ancient coastal city, is the bride of the sea, and Palestine’s gateway to

the world.” [PA TV, August 2007-June 7, 2009, dozens of times] Click to view

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMw755MDJ5k

4. Muhammad Dahlan, senior PA official, recently stressed that Fatah adamantly refuses to recognize Israel, and that even Palestinian Authority recognition is to have better standing internationally in order to receive

foreign aid: “I want to say for the thousandth time, in my own name and in the name of all of my fellow members of the Fatah movement: We do not demand that the Hamas movement recognize Israel. On the contrary, we demand of the Hamas

movement not to recognize Israel, because the Fatah movement does not recognize Israel, even today… It’s required of the government but not of Hamas; it’s required of the government but not of the Fatah, so that this government will be able to offer the necessary assistance, to carry out the necessary reconstruction, to offer assistance to the sick, to bring relief to needy families… This can be dealt with [only] by a government that has relations with the international community, one that is acceptable to the international community, in order that we can work together and benefit from

the international community.” [PA TV March 17, 2009]

Click to view

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9WA1XI-HIY


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