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PA daily article on Palestinian group’s defense of terrorist Laila Khaled

     “The Canadian Zionist lobby continued its campaign of incitement against the Conference of the Palestinian Diaspora which will be held… at the University of [British] Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Internet sites associated with the Zionist lobby reported that CEO of the Zionist B’nai Brith organization in North America, Frank Dimant, is furious about the conference and published his incitement against the conference’s organizers. Yesterday [May 1, 2013], the Zionist Dimant published an angry announcement in which he objected to the participation of member of the Popular Front’s Politburo, Laila Khaled – referring to her as a ‘terrorist’ – in the conference… The Zionist said in his announcement: ‘Even if Khaled participates via video conference or Skype it could expose the students and Canadian society to the danger of ‘radical and extreme ideologies.’ In the context of responses to this Zionist incitement and terrorism, meant to prevent the convening of the conference, one of the organizers declared that the conference is Palestinian and that it is their right to invite whomever they like. He said: ‘I want to remind Dimant and all the Zionists that fighter Khaled has never killed a single person in her whole life, while your leaders have killed and continue to kill and expel a nation. It is unfortunate that the Canadian government enables terrorist leaders [to arrive] in private jets while fighter Laila Khaled is prevented from receiving a visa to enter Canada.’ He emphasized that fighter Khaled will speak in spite of Dimant’s and the terrorist, racist state’s anger.”

Note: Laila Khaled - PFLP terrorist who participated in the hijacking of TWA flight 840 in 1969.
Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) - The PFLP, which rejected the Oslo Accords (1993), planned and carried out numerous terror attacks against Israeli civilians since its founding in 1967 and throughout the Palestinian terror campaign between 2000- 2005 (the Intifada).

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