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PA daily accuses Netanyahu of taking advantage of Paris terror attacks for his own agenda, implies that he knew about them in advance

Headline: “Netanyahu, the dance on French blood…”
        “The blood of the victims of the terror attacks in Paris was barely dry when the prime minister of the entity’s [Israel’s] government was one of the first to go to the media with his pathetic statements. [These statements] prove that he [acted like] one awaiting an opportunity, [which] the occurrence of these operations in France’s capital [provided].
In his impudent and well known way, [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu did not hesitate to compare what the Palestinian resistance is doing to the acts of terror being carried out by global terrorist organizations, taking innocent victims in different places throughout the world, including in the Arab region… This is not the first time that the head of fascism in Tel Aviv tries to link the legitimate acts of Palestinian resistance, [the right to] which international law guarantees, to terror, in an attempt to garner international support with the lies he tells methodically and tirelessly… Netanyahu’s attempts to link the terror of groups and gangs ‘made in’ America [with Palestinian resistance] will not succeed, and will come to nothing, especially due to the popular global ‘awakening’ which is growing stronger against the fascist acts of the [Israeli] entity.”

Paris attacks 2015 - On Nov. 13, 2015, seven terrorist attacks were carried out simultaneously in Paris, France, in which it is estimated that 129 people were murdered. An additional 352 people were wounded, 99 of them in serious condition. The most massive attack took place at the Bataclam theater during a rock concert, where 87 people were murdered. On Nov. 14, 2015 ISIS claimed responsibility for these attacks.

PA leaders and officials have legitimized Palestinian violence by quoting UN resolution 3236 which "recognizes the right of the Palestinian people to regain its rights by all means." The PA interprets "all means" as including violence against civilians, but has chosen to ignore the continuation of the resolution which states that the use of "all means" should be "in accordance with the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations..." The UN Charter prohibits targeting civilians, even in war. Chapter 1, Article 1, opens by saying that "international disputes" should be resolved "by peaceful means."