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PA daily: PM Fayyad calls US foreign aid "extortion" 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 21, 2011
     "Yesterday Prime Minister Salam Fayyad attacked the US in an unprecedented manner. He emphasized his opposition to American 'extortion,' which is expressed in the threat to halt aid to the PA if it insists on appealing to the Security Council to denounce Israeli settlement. Fayyad said: 'We did not agree, and will not agree, to extortion, and our people will never agree to that. We are not interested in the first place in receiving assistance from any source that threatens to halt its aid for political reasons.' In an announcement to the press during his inauguration of a school in the village of Al-Jalameh in the Jenin district, he added: 'I emphasize that we do not view the assistance offered to us as an alternative to liberty for our people. Justice is on our side, and our rights are not for sale, barter, or trade for a handful of dollars.'" Click to view bulletin 

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).
Fayyad says killing of Israelis harmed Palestinian interests 
Source: Al-Ayyam, Sept. 6, 2010
Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Fayyad:
    “I don’t think that there’s disagreement that carrying out resistance in the way in which it is being carried out, has caused great damage to our cause and to our people. I say this candidly and with sorrow.
He added: ‘What happened in Hebron does not stand alone, but rather is part of a policy, but this is not the policy of the [Palestinian] Authority. Afterwards, they [Hamas] also announced that there will be a series of operations (i.e., terror attacks). Someone who does such a thing must justify it to the people and justify its results. … Such acts (the Hebron terror attack) cause harm to our people and damage the ability to stand firm and [our] continued existence. Israel exploits it as an excuse, and while the operation (i.e., terror attack) was taking place, the world found time only to talk about ‘the Hebron operation.’ … Presenting the matter as though our job is to provide security for the Israelis is wrong. What guides us, as first priority, is our own interest.’”
PM Fayyad: Hebron attack was not in the Palestinian's national interest 
Source: Al-Ayyam, Sept. 6, 2010
     “Fayyad said: ‘I don’t think that there’s disagreement that carrying out resistance in the way in which it is being carried out, has caused great damage to our cause and to our people… What happened in Hebron [murder of four civilians] does not stand alone, but rather is part of a policy, but this is not the policy of the [Palestinian] Authority… Someone who does such a thing must justify it to the people and justify its results… We [the Palestinian Authority] will carry out the Palestinian struggle in a way that will make the work based upon it vis-à-vis the international community, easier, on moral foundations… Such acts [the Hebron terror attack] cause harm to our people and damage the ability to stand firm and [our] continued existence. Israel exploits it as an excuse, and while the operation [i.e., terror attack] was taking place, the world found time only to talk about ‘the Hebron operation…’ … A journalist questioned the benefit of the [Palestinian] Authority assuming responsibility for events which take place [in areas] under Israeli security control, and condemning them. Fayyad answered her by saying, ‘I’m not speaking at all based on the assumption that we are responsible towards the Israelis. My approach is, where does our interest lie?’”
PM Fayyad: shooting of Israelis "contradicts Palestinian national interests" 
Source: WAFA news agency, Aug. 31, 2010
PA news agency: The National Authority condemns the shooting operation in Hebron and sees it as contrary to Palestinian interests. Prime Minister Dr. Salam Fayyad said that the operation which took place on tonight in the Hebron area, and its timing, harm the efforts being made by the Palestine Liberation Organization to gather international support for the Palestinian position…
PA Prime Minister Salam Fayyad visits summer camp in center named after terrorist Salah Khalaf 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, June 27, 2010
     “Afterwards the Prime Minister [Fayyad] visited the summer camp for children of Shahids (Martyrs) and their brothers, ‘Palestine in the Eyes of the Shahids’ Children,’ organized by the National Union of Families of Shahids of Palestine, at the Shahid Salah Khalaf Center.”

Abu Iyad (Salah Khalaf) - A founder of Fatah and Head of the Black September terror group. Attacks he planned included the murder of two American diplomats, as well as the murdesr of 11 Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics in 1972.

May 2010 poll: Fayyad less popular than Bargouti or Abbas 
Source: Palestinian Center for Public Opinion (www.pcpo.org), May 5, 2010
”'If Mahmoud Abbas would compete against Salam Fayyad in the next presidential elections, for whom would you vote?'
39.4 % - 'for Mahmoud Abbas'
12.3 % - “'for Salam Fayyad'
37.6 % - 'they won’t participate in the elections'
10.7 % - 'I don’t know'."

“'Should the competition be between Marwan Barghouti and Salam Fayyad, for whom would you vote?'
41.4 % - 'for Marwan Barghouti'
17.4 % - 'for Salam Fayyad'
31.8 % -  'they won’t participate in the elections'
9.4 % - 'I don’t know'."

"'Should the competition be between Ismael Haniyyeh and Salam Fayyad, for whom would you vote?'
16.3 % - 'for Ismael Haniyyeh'
41.5 % - 'for Salam Fayyad'
31.4 % - 'they won’t participate in the elections'
10.8 % - 'I don’t know'."

Note: "This poll by Dr. Nabil Kukali, Director of the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion (PCPO) was conducted March 15 – 28, 2010, [from] a random sample of (1153) respondents from the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip."
PA PM Fayyad sponsors 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.
PA PM Fayyad honors notorious Intifada terrorist Daoud 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Mar. 31, 2010
     "Prime Minister Dr. Salam Fayyad, yesterday expressed his condolences at the Balata refugee camp in Nablus, over the death of the Shahid (Martyr) Abdallah Daoud. The Prime Minister mentioned the Shahid's qualities and said that his death far from the homeland, while suffering from the discrimination of his expulsion, bestows upon his Martyrdom a clear national and human character."

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.
PA PM Fayyad consecrates memorial site at Burqin with map erasing Israel 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 21, 2010
The monument is a map of "Palestine" denying Israel's existence, with the inscription:
     "Do not think that those who are killed in the name of Allah are dead. No, because they are alive, and their livelihood is with Allah."
PA PM Fayyad honors dead terrorist with condolence visit 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 14, 2010
     "The [Palestinian Authority] Prime Minister [Salam Fayyad] paid condolences to the family of the Shahid (Martyr) Faiz Faraj, who was killed on Friday evening by the occupation forces (Israel), having been fired upon directly in the old Al-Shalala neighborhood in Hebron. Fayyad denounced in extremely harsh terms the actions of the occupation forces, carried out as part of the ongoing campaign to suppress the non-violent protests of residents in the various regions."
PA Prime Minister Salam Fayyad receives award with map erasing Israel 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Aug. 6, 2008
Salam Fayyad, PA Prime Minister:
     "The essence of our being is staying on this land."
PA Minister Fayyad: The PA “has always made the financial needs of the prisoners’ issue its top priority” 
Source: Al-Ayyam, July 14, 2004
Article by Minister of Finance Salam Fayyad:
     “Let us settle the issue between us: the Ministry of Finance and I personally are being subjected to an unjust, wrong and misleading attack based on claims made by a few who are trying to exploit the prisoners’ issue, with all its painful and tragic aspects, [saying] that the Ministry of Finance has neglected this issue and is treating our imprisoned brothers in the Israeli occupation’s prisons as repressed and forgotten... As I have said, this is an unjust, wrong and misleading attack. It is unjust because of its content, and as will be explained below using numbers, it is the exact opposite of reality, since the [Palestinian] National Authority has always made the financial needs of the prisoners’ issue its top priority...
This thing [the obligation towards the prisoners] will be fulfilled only through the release of the prisoners and their return to their families and by providing all the means for them to join their working brothers, in both the public and private sectors, on the way to building the state and institutions.
I will now present information regarding... the prisoners’ allowances:
1. The expenditure for the prisoners’ allowances increased between June 2002 to June 2004 and reached 6.9 million shekels per month. This is a 246% increase in the monthly average compared with January 1995 to June 2002.
2. The amount spent on the prisoners’ and released prisoners’ allowances from June 2002 to June 2004 is about 177 million shekels, i.e. an average of 88.5 million shekels per year. This, compared with the sum of 121 million shekels spent between January 1995 to June 2002, i.e. an average of 16 million shekels per year...
3. In addition to the allowances, the PA covered other expenses (fines, lawyer fees, and aid for released prisoners) at a sum of 22 million shekels from 2002 to 2004."
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