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Abbas Zaki
Abbas Zaki is a senior official in Fatah. He is currently a member of the Fatah Central Committee and (since 2009) the Commissioner of Relations with Arab Countries and Relations with China. He was the PLO Ambassador in Lebanon until 2009 [Ma'an, independent Palestinian news agency, Sept. 10, 2009].
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He remains a close associate of PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas and has also been chosen on several occasions to deliver speeches in Chairman Abbas’ name.
Abbas and Zaki’s close working relationship is an indicator of Zaki’s seniority in PA government, thereby making his statements and positions on various issues all the more significant. Palestinian Media Watch has documented numerous statements by Abbas Zaki glorifying terror and denying Israel’s right to exist. For instance, Zaki stated in 2011 on Al-Jazeera TV that that the goal is for Israel to be “removed from existence.” He went on to say that “this is not a [stated] policy. You can’t say it to the world. You can say it to yourself.”

The following section documents relevant statements made by Abbas Zaki:
Fatah official calls terrorists who murdered 4 students “heroes” 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Feb. 17, 2014
Official PA TV News reported on the funeral of Muhammad Shahin Al-Darabi, whose body was transferred to the PA by Israel. Fatah Central Committee member Abbas Zaki and District Governor of Hebron Kamel Hamid attended the funeral.
Muhammad Shahin Al-Darabi’s father: “We receive him today with a hero’s reception, and escort him to his biggest wedding.”
Fatah Central Committee member Abbas Zaki: “These heroes, whether Al-Faqih yesterday or Al-Darabi today - they serve as a magnet for the Palestinian people. Therefore, the thousands who have congregated [here today] are indication and proof of our people’s refusal to kneel and surrender.”

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PA official honors murderers 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Jan. 20, 2014
     “Two days ago [Jan. 18, 2014], Fatah’s main north Hebron branch convened a conference of the regional organizational branch of Surif (a Palestinian village near Hebron), marking the beginning of [a round of] conferences of the [Fatah] regional organizational branches, at the end of which the central branch convention [will be held].
The conference was attended by Fatah Central Committee Member and Commissioner of Arab Relations and Relations with China Abbas Zaki, the secretary of [Fatah’s] main north Hebron Branch and Surif Mayor Muhammad Lafi (Abu Ala) [parenthesis in source] and released prisoners Ziyad and Mustafa Ghneimat…
[Fatah Central Committee Member and Commissioner of Arab Relations Abbas] Zaki praised the village of Surif and the history of its struggle – [it being] the village of Martyr (Shahid) Ibrahim Abu Dayyeh, released prisoners Ziyad and Mustafa Ghneimat, and prisoner Muhammad Al-Tous (Abu Shadi) [parenthesis in source] - and wished [the latter] a speedy release from the Israeli occupation prison.”

Ibrahim Abu Dayyeh was the commander of an Arab militia during the 1948 War of Independence.
Ziyad Mahmoud Ghneimat and Mustafa Ghneimat were each serving a life sentence for shooting and murdering two Israeli citizens, Meir Ben Yair and Michal Cohen, in a forest on June 27, 1985. They were released in October 2013, as two of the 104 prisoners whom Israel agreed to release to fulfill the PA's precondition for renewing negotiations.
Muhammad Al-Tous – a Fatah terrorist serving a life sentence for a series of crimes. He was the commander of a terrorist cell that attacked 5 civilian buses in September 1985, wounding 16 passengers. He also issued the command to murder Zalman Abolnik in March 1984 and Meir Ben Yair and Michal Cohen in July 1985, and took part in the murder of Mordechai Suissa and Edna Harari in October 1985.
Fatah official: Released murderer's wedding "is the wedding of the entire Palestinian nation” 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Jan. 7, 2014
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PA TV program In a Fighter’s Home visited the home of released terrorist Najeh Muqbil during a celebration of his release and his wedding.
Song at wedding:
“Najeh, oh Fatah man with the Kalashnikov (i.e., AK-47 assault rifle),
Only you please me, the man with the Kalashnikov!
Najeh, oh Fatah man with the Kalashnikov,
Move from neighborhood to neighborhood,
Teach them what rock throwing is!
Najeh, oh Fatah man with the Kalashnikov,
Only you please me, the man with the Kalashnikov!"
PA TV host to member of Fatah’s Central Committee Abbas Zaki: “You’ve come today to congratulate our released hero prisoner, Najeh Muqbil. What do you say on this occasion?”
Abbas Zaki: "Najeh's wedding is the wedding of the entire Palestinian nation."

Note: Najeh Muqbil participated in stabbing and murdering his employer, Israeli citizen Yaacov Shalom, on May 20, 1990. He was sentenced to 38 years in prison. He was released in October 2013, as one of the 104 terrorists whom Israel agreed to release to fulfill the PA's precondition for renewing negotiations.
Senior Palestinian official Abbas Zaki: State on '67 borders is first stage 
Source: Syrian satellite TV channel, Dec. 23, 2013
Syrian TV host: "When they talk about [the US] imposing a solution, we know that it will be deficient."
Member of Fatah Central Committee Abbas Zaki: "You can relax. We find ourselves united for the first time. Even the most extreme among us, Hamas, or the fighting forces, want a state within the '67 borders. Afterward, we [will] have something to say, because the inspiring idea cannot be achieved all at once. [Rather] in stages."
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Fatah official mocks Israel for releasing murderers from prison 
Source: Official PA TV Live, Nov. 3, 2013
Moderator: "Abbas Zaki will speak on behalf of Fatah..." [Zaki shakes hands with the released murderers]
Member of Fatah Central Committee Abbas Zaki: "How great and magnificent what you have done, oh heroes returning from captivity... How great what President Mahmoud Abbas has done, who through his insight knew how to defeat the enemies... No one expected that Israel, which hands down life sentences and decided that they [the prisoners] would go from prison to the grave, [would release them]. They have become medals of honor on the chest of this nation... We say to Israel: Die in your rage. Go to your cemeteries and recite over your dead whatever you recite. Here they are [who Israel said] "have blood on their hands" (i.e., murderers); here they are [back] among their own people: fighters, knights, free men!"
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Note: Ziyad Mahmoud Ghneimat and Mustafa Ghneimat were each serving a life sentence for shooting and murdering two Israeli citizens, Meir Ben Yair and Michal Cohen, in a forest on June 27, 1985. They were released in October 2013, among the 104 prisoners to be released by Israel, which was the PA's precondition for renewing negotiations.
Najeh Muqbil - stabbed his employer, Israeli citizen Yaacov Shalom, to death on May 20, 1990. He was sentenced to 38 years in prison, but was released in October 2013 as one of 104 prisoners to be released by Israel, which was the PA's precondition for renewing negotiations.
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Senior PA official celebrates “magnificent” terrorist “heroes returning from captivity” 
Source: Official PA TV Live, Nov. 3, 2013
PA TV broadcast a rally in Surif, Hebron in honor of released prisoners Ziyad Ghneimat, Mustafa Ghneimat, and Najeh Muqbil.
Abbas Zaki: "How great and magnificent what you have done, oh heroes returning from captivity. How great are these men of great stature, for you sieged the prison guard. How great are you, for you knew that you are potential Martyrs (Shahids), yet your will was stronger than any [Israeli] decision and any outcome... We are the ones who planted the spirit of defiance in this nation, and we have been the school [to teach] the culture of resistance... We took up arms, and with cascades of blood we inscribed [in the books of history] victory after victory. And today, through diplomacy, by winning the world over on our side, and by removing Israel from public opinion (i.e., as a legitimate state), we will administer the poison to them drop by drop… I congratulate the Hebron District on [the return] of this group of select men. And when I mention Mustafa, Ziyad, and Najeh, I add also the great eagle Fakhri Barghouti –33 years in prison, and here he is with us! …
I would like now to recall the commander of the operation, [Muhammad] Abu Shadi Al-Tous, whom we look up to with respect. The reason they are postponing [the release of] this commander is that he angered them more by having been the commander of the operation. We also salute [his wife] Um Shadi, and every front, and [we salute] all those beloved heroes, the pioneers, the free men, the fighters, like these heroes (points to the three released prisoners)… We say to Israel: Die in your rage. Go to your cemeteries and recite over your dead whatever you recite. Here they are [who Israel said] 'have blood on their hands' (i.e., murderers); here they are [back] among their own people: fighters, knights, free men!”

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Senior Fatah official: Abbas “baffled everyone” with diplomacy; now we can “administer poison to them [Israel] drop by drop” 
Source: Official PA TV Live, Nov. 3, 2013
PA TV broadcast a rally in Surif, Hebron in honor of released prisoners Ziyad Ghneimat, Mustafa Ghneimat, and Najeh Muqbil.
Abbas Zaki: "How great and magnificent what you have done, oh heroes returning from captivity... How great what President Mahmoud Abbas has done, who through his insight knew how to defeat the enemies… Mahmoud Abbas came with his strong argument, with his intelligent policy, and with excellent, elegant diplomacy, and he baffled everyone in the Israeli camp, and he forced this equation (i.e., equating prisoners who had killed with prisoners who had not). For no one expected that Israel, which hands down life sentences and decided that they [the prisoners] would go from prison to the grave, [would release them]. They have become medals on the chest of this nation… The release of these heroic brothers was payment for nine months in which we won’t turn to international institutions… When Israel and America declared that ‘the old will die and the young will forget,’ and when they said that this is their ‘Promised Land,’ we told them that what is ‘promised’ is turbulent confrontation. We took up arms, and with cascades of blood we inscribed [in the books of history] victory after victory. And today, through diplomacy, by winning the world over on our side, and by removing Israel from public opinion (i.e., as a legitimate state), we will administer the poison to them drop by drop… We say to Israel: Die in your rage. Go to your cemeteries and recite over your dead whatever you recite. Here they are [who Israel said] 'have blood on their hands' (i.e., murderers); here they are [back] among their own people: fighters, knights, free men!”

For the full transcript and descriptions of the terrorists, click "full article."
Fatah: An “Israeli colonialist expansion project” exists 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Oct. 14, 2013
     “Fatah Central Committee member Abbas Zaki’s office said… in its statement: ‘Abbas Zaki’s visit to Syria wasn’t a personal visit… [but] rather reflected the Fatah Central Committee’s positions, and was based on President Mahmoud Abbas’ instructions and policies. This is not the first [visit] but it was preceded by three Palestinian visits, led by PLO Executive Committee member… [These visits] were based on the following points and topics: …
Thirdly: The President of Palestine Mahmoud Abbas’ and the Fatah Central Committee’s concern for Syria does not stem only from its being a country that stands up to the Israeli colonialist expansion project, but also due to concern for Palestinian refugees in sister Syria’s territories.”
From WAFA, official PA news agency
Abbas representative Zaki: PA opposes foreign interference in Syria 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Oct. 9, 2013
     “The official Presidential Spokesman, Nabil Abu Rudeina, said that President Mahmoud Abbas’ special envoy, Abbas Zaki’s visit to Damascus was made as part of the discussion of our people’s difficult humanitarian situation in Syria… Abu Rudeina emphasized the President’s and the Palestinian leadership’s position, according to which there should be no interference in any Arab country’s internal affairs. He said: ‘Our strong position is that there should be no interference on the behalf of any one party, and we stress that our constant position is to honor the right of other nations to freedom, a dignified life and human respect.’”
From WAFA, official PA news agency
Fatah Central committee warns of the “Israeli colonialist expansion scheme” 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Oct. 9, 2013
     “Fatah Central Committee member Abbas Zaki’s office said... ‘Abbas Zaki’s visit to Syria was not [a] private [visit]; the visit to Damascus, which was distinctly political, was conducted as an expression of the position of Fatah’s Central Committee in accordance with President Mahmoud Abbas’ instructions and policy… [These visits] were based on the following points and topics:
a. [The Palestinian people already suffered from confrontations with other Arab nations and has therefore learned [the necessary] lessons to avert destructive wars.]
b. Fatah’s Central Committee, led by President Mahmoud Abbas, has taken a stand against interfering in Syria’s internal affairs and against favoring any one party against another. This [was decided] because we trust the brothers in Syria, who are the most capable of protecting their own interests and finding ways and means to solve their problems, based on preserving Syrian unity, opposing military solutions and settling disputes through democratic dialogue, with the aim of reaching understanding and a common ground to protect Syria from ruin and destruction.
c. The interest President of the State of Palestine Mahmoud Abbas and the Central Committee show in Syria does not stem only from its being a country struggling against the Israeli colonialist expansion scheme, but also due to concern for Palestinian refugees in sister Syria’s territories. Their refugee camps have been destroyed and ruined and they need livelihood and a glass of water to stay alive until they return to Palestine and reclaim their homes and property in Haifa, Acre, Safed, Tiberias, Lod, Ramle and Be’er Sheva.’”
From WAFA, official PA news agency
Zaki: US will not succeed in destroying Syria and dividing the Arab nation 
Source: Al-Ikhbariyah TV, Oct. 8, 2013
Member of Fatah Central Committee and Fatah Commissioner of Arab Relations and Relations with China Abbas Zaki was interviewed by Syrian Al-Ikhbariyah TV. The interview was posted on Youtube on Oct. 8, 2013.
Fatah Central Committee member Abbas Zaki: ‘First of all, we understand Syria’s position and importance well, and the importance of its unity, its people’s welfare, its army’s strength and its President’s honor. We, too -- in a Palestinian situation -- with Palestine’s importance, also live in an unusual situation. In these unusual conditions in which Syria is living and in which we live, it would be better for us to be aware, and for there to be coordination and cooperation in order to confront the difficult crises with which the Palestinian cause or Syria must deal… Thank Allah, I left [the meeting with Assad] confident that President Bashar Assad’s will, awareness and vision are capable of unifying the Syrians and capable of bringing them out of the crisis it is in in a suitable way.’ … Fatah Central Committee member Abbas Zaki: ‘I am telling our Arab nation: The US is not predestined. Here it is trembling and retreating. It destroyed Afghanistan, it destroyed Iraq, but it will not succeed in destroying Syria, because Syria chose strategic allies who have enthusiasm, willpower, vision and a real understanding of the aspirations of the US and the camp that is hostile towards the [Arab] nation that these [Arab] countries should have been divided. We will turn the Arabs into 151 countries so that Israel will remain the hegemonic power. I now call on the entire Arab nation to respect those who stand firm in face of any conspiracy, and crush that conspiracy.”
Abbas representative Zaki: Attacks on Syria are part of conspiracy to divide Arab world 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Oct. 8, 2013
     “President of Syria Bashar Assad said yesterday [Oct. 7, 2013] that the centrality of the Palestinian cause and upholding the Palestinian people’s legitimate historical rights will remain his country’s priority. Official Syrian news agency Sana noted that, while welcoming Fatah Central Committee member and President Mahmoud Abbas’ personal representative Abbas Zaki yesterday morning, Assad asserted that the brutal attack Syria is subject to will not alter its pan-Arab principles… Sana quoted Zaki, who stressed asserted the Palestinian people’s solidarity with Syria in light of the aggression to which it is subjected. He explained that harming Syria harms the [entire] Arab nation, because exhausting its people’s and its army’s capabilities is part of a larger conspiracy to divide the region’s countries and weaken them [in order] to serve Israeli interests.”
Fatah official Abbas Zaki praises Abu Sukkar's terror attack 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Sept. 27, 2013
Member of Fatah Central Committee and Commissioner of Arab Relations and Relations with China, Abbas Zaki, about Abu Sukkar’s terror attack, excerpt from film shown on PA TV the day after the PA memorial:
     "He started [out] with a wonderful and high quality operation (i.e., terror attack) using a refrigerator, that made the enemies lose sleep. He started [out] as an exemplary, self-sacrificing fighter and also in prison he was with a noble group of our Palestinian nation and they turned the detention centers into combat [training] schools."
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Note: Ahmad Abu Sukkar - planned a bombing attack in 1975 in which a refrigerator filled with explosives was detonated in Jerusalem. 15 people were killed and over 60 people were wounded. He was sentenced to life in prison plus 30 years, but was released from prison after 28 years as part of a goodwill gesture from Israel to the PA in 2003. He was a member of the Fatah Revolutionary Council and an advisor to Arafat on prisoners' affairs. He died of a heart attack in 2013 in the PA.
Fatah official Zaki: “American arrogance led to 9/11” 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Sept. 13, 2013
     “Abbas Zaki, member of Fatah Central Committee and Fatah Commissioner of Arab Relations and Relations with China… said that America’s eagerness for an attack in Syria and the Israeli aggression against Jerusalem and [the] Al-Aqsa [Mosque] take us back 40 years to the acclaimed October War (i.e., the Yom Kippur War, 1973), something which calls for an Arab awakening in view of the conspiracies being hatched against Syria and Egypt, the heroes of the crossing [of the Suez canal]…
[Abbas] Zaki noted that the increased Israeli aggression on the anniversary of the October [War] makes it clear that the main cause of conflict is Israel and that the American arrogance since [former US President George] Bush Jr.’s term has remained as it was, and it is what led to the 9/11 events.”
PA official Zaki calls terrorist Abu Sukkar "an exemplary, self-sacrificing fighter" 
Source: Fatah's Information and Culture Commission's YouTube channel, July 17, 2013
Interviews with Secretary-General of the Presidential Office, Tayeb Abd Al-Rahim and PA representative to Lebanon and member of Fatah Central Committee, Abbas Zaki in Fatah video posted on Fatah Mobilization and Organization Commission's YouTube channel:
Secretary-General of the Presidential Office, Tayeb Abd Al-Rahim: "Brother Abu Sukkar was released 10 years ago. For over eight years, he has participated in activities and [attended] house visits to families of Martyrs (Shahids). We miss this man. He will remain in our minds and veins. His memory and his good and wonderful deeds for this nation and for this nation's cause will always remain an example for us to emulate."
PA representative to Lebanon and member of Fatah Central Committee, Abbas Zaki: "He started [out] with a wonderful and high quality operation (i.e., terror attack) using a refrigerator, that made the enemies lose sleep. He started [out] as an exemplary, self-sacrificing fighter and also in prison he was with a noble group of our Palestinian nation and they turned the detention centers into combat [training] schools."
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Note: Ahmad Abu Sukkar planned a bombing attack in 1975 in which a refrigerator filled with explosives was detonated in Jerusalem. 15 people were killed and over 60 people were wounded. He was sentenced to life in prison plus 30 years, but was released from prison after 28 years as part of a goodwill gesture from Israel to the PA in 2003. He was a member of the Fatah Revolutionary Council and an advisor to Arafat on prisoners' affairs. He died of a heart attack in 2013 in the PA.
This video was posted on the Information and Culture Commission's YouTube channel.
Fatah event song calls to attack Israel, "the snake's head" - PA leaders applaud 
Source: Official PA TV Live, July 3, 2013
Singer Dalal Abu Amneh:
"Oh Palestinians, [the Zionists] shot you with a rifle
The Zionists kill your doves at the holy sites.
Oh Palestinians, I want to go and be with you...
Oh Palestinians, the revolution is certain,
with the rifle we will impose our new life...
With fire in my hands,
and together with you my hand
will strike the snake's head [Israel]."
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Clapping in the audience:
Mahmoud Abbas - PA Chairman
Yasser Abd Rabbo - PLO Sec. Gen.
Al-Tayeb Abd Al-Rahim - President's office Sec. Gen.
Abbas Zaki - Member of the Fatah Central Committee
Hanan Ashrawi - PLO Executive Committee member
Abd Al-Rahim Maluh - Member of the PLO Executive Committee
Sultan Ab
u Al-Einein - Member of the Fatah Central Committee

Note: This video originally aired on PA TV on Jan. 8, 2011 and was rebroadcast Sept. 4 & 5 and Oct. 17, 2011. It reappeared six times on PA TV Live in June 2013 and was broadcast most recently on July 3, 2013. It was also posted to YouTube on Jan. 21, 2011.
Fatah official: “Anyone who removes resistance from the struggle” is “ignorant” 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, June 11, 2013
Headline: “Abbas Zaki: ‘The two-state solution has withered away and Kerry has failed his mission’”
     “Member of Fatah Central Committee, and Commissioner of Arab Relations and Relations with the People’s Republic of China, Abbas Zaki said that the two-state solution has reached its end and has withered away, in accordance with Israeli criteria. He wondered which two states ‘Israel’ is talking about when it maintains that Jerusalem is its eternal capital and it continues to settle and steal lands and deny the indisputable rights of our people…
Regarding the PA’s options since no [political] settlement can be seen on the horizon, Zaki said: ‘We are not captive to the American or the Israeli decision. We must struggle to rid the occupation from our land.’ He described anyone who removes resistance from the struggle, as ‘ignorant’.”
Fatah official calls terrorist involved in killing of 37 “wonderful self-sacrificing fighter role model” 
Source: Ma’an, independent Palestinian news agency, May 28, 2013
Headline: “Abbas Zaki phones commander of the group responsible for the ‘Dalal Mughrabi’ operation (i.e., terror attack) and convinces him to end his strike”
     “Member of Fatah Central Committee and Commissioner of Arab Relations and Relations with China, Abbas Zaki, phoned Hussein Fayyad, leader of the group responsible for the ‘Dalal Mughrabi’ operation (i.e., most lethal terror attack in Israel’s history in 1978,) whose health has deteriorated as a result of his hunger strike…
Zaki said that he spoke on the phone with fighter Fayyad, who resides in Algeria because the occupation forbids him to return to his homeland Palestine, and convinced him to end his strike, which he had started because he does not receive his rights [from the PA] as a fighter and as one of the revolution’s heroes.
Zaki added that he promised fighter Fayyad to restore his dignity and raise his case before President Mahmoud Abbas and the concerned parties, so that justice will be done.
Zaki said that the Fatah movement would not abandon its fighter sons who sacrificed what was most precious to them for Palestine’s freedom and that allowing them to live in dignity is an obligation and not a favor.
Zaki said that he is convinced that President Mahmoud Abbas will not tarry in ensuring justice for wonderful self-sacrificing (Fedayeen) fighter role models, such as fighter Hussein Fayyad who fought against the occupation and participated in the heroic Dalal Mughrabi operation."

Note: Dalal Mughrabi led the most lethal terror attack in Israel’s history in 1978, when she and other terrorists hijacked a bus and killed 37 civilians, 12 of them children.
Senior Palestinian official Abbas Zaki: Israel's airport will return to Palestinians 
Source: Official PA TV Live, Apr. 8, 2013
PA TV broadcast a ceremony to honor outstanding students from the ‘Abu Jihad’ Khalil Al-Wazir class at the An-Najah National University. Abbas Zaki spoke at the ceremony.
Fatah Central Committee member, Abbas Zaki: “When Mr. Obama came to the region during his visit, as soon as he arrived at the airport of (pauses) Israe… (corrects himself), I mean, the airport where the Israelis are. I don’t want… (corrects himself) this whole country is ours, and Allah willing, the airport will also return to us.”
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Fatah official: "Popular resistance" will not be peaceful 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Apr. 8, 2013
PA TV broadcast a ceremony to honor outstanding students from the ‘Abu Jihad’ Khalil Al-Wazir class at the An-Najah National University. Abbas Zaki spoke at the ceremony.
Fatah Central Committee member Abbas Zaki: “We are in the field and we are not abandoning the field. Proof of this is that two-thirds of the prisoners in the [Israeli] prisons belong to Fatah… When we talk about popular resistance, we don’t say ‘peaceful popular resistance.’ No. We say ‘popular resistance’… We gave everything for peace and we now intend to give everything for the battlefield… We cannot turn against each other while Israel is against us. First of all, Israel is the primary enemy and the remaining [internal] hostilities will disappear afterwards.”
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