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Op-ed by PLO official glorifies imprisoned terrorist Marwan Barghouti, demonizes Israel
Excerpt of an op-ed by Director of PLO Commission of Prisoners’ Affairs Issa Karake Headline: “Prisoner Marwan Barghouti: I hope [to achieve] Martyrdom-death (Shahada) twice for this great people” “Prisoner Marwan Barghouti (i.e., terrorist who orchestrated three shooting attacks in which 5 were...”
Mar 30, 2017
Fatah official calls Netanyahu “Fuhrer” and accuses other Israeli politicians of being worse than Goebbels
“Deputy Secretary of the Fatah Central Committee Jibril Rajoub accused Benjamin Netanyahu’s extremist right-wing Israeli government of repeating the acts of the Third Reich – the name the Nazi party gave to Germany under Hitler’s regime… Rajoub described the Israeli Prime Minister as a ‘Fuhrer’...”
Nov 5, 2014
PA daily: Study of the Holocaust in Palestinian UNRWA-run schools is "disgraceful"
Muhammad Abu Bakr, deputy head of PLO Department for Refugees: "[If] UNRWA has introduced studies on the Holocaust, or what is known by that name... it would be a deviation by UNRWA from its commitments and the understandings between itself and the host countries, and this would be a precedent..."
Mar 1, 2011
PA libel: Palestinians in forced labor camps
Issa Karake, head of the Prisoners' Committee in the Palestinian Parliament: "The Palestinian prisoners were used for forced labor work by the Israeli military leadership … They were forced to labor in every capacity that was thought to strengthen Israel's economy and military capabilities." Note:...
May 5, 2008
PA libel: Zionist Nazi-like selection for death or deportation
Issa Karake, Head of the Prisoners' Committee in the Palestinian Parliament: "During the 1948 war the Zionist militias set up internment camps for the civilian population that was detained after being exiled from their villages. These camps were like the camps set up by Nazi Germany during WWII. ."
May 5, 2008