Fatah movement

Abbas Expresses Hope That Trump Will Support Palestinian State

TEL AVIV – Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas expressed hope that Donald Trump would support the quest for an independent Palestinian state, despite his declaration that Palestinians “know nothing about” the president-elect.

Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas gestures as he addresses a crowd of demonstrators at the Palestinian Authority headquarters in the West Bank city of Ramallah, 30 August 2006. Workers from a cross section of trade unions representing Palestinian Authority employees marched to the PA headquarters to demand their salaries. Unemployment levels …

Abbas’ Party Reiterates Praise For Murderer Of 24, Calls Him Hero, Comrade

JERUSALEM – Just in case anyone missed it the first time around, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah party reiterated its praise for the terrorists of the 1972 attack on Israel’s airport after it was first reported that the political party was honoring the surviving gunman, Kozo Okamoto, ahead of the anniversary of the attack.

Japanese terrorist Kozo Okamoto, member of Japanese guerrilla group Red Army, is carried on the shoulders of his former Palestinian jail companions as they arrive 21 May 1985 at Tripoli airport after they were freed day before by Israeli authorities. Israel and Palestinian guerrillas from Popular Front of Palestine Liberation-General …

Abbas’ Fatah Movement: Plant A Knife In The Heart Of Your Enemy

JERUSALEM – Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah movement promoted a Palestinian university’s student group with a poster showing a knife dripping in blood and the accompanying instruction to plant the knife in the heart of your enemy.

A Palestinian youth shown in a file photo dated 21 February 1988 with a Palestinian flag wrapped around him and a knife in his hand, waiting for Israeli soldiers to arrive at a spot in the Old City of Nablus where a crowd of angry Palestinians started gathering following the …

Israel Allows Gaza Fishermen More Maritime Space

Israel on Sunday extended the distance it permits Gaza fishermen to head out to sea along certain parts of the coastline of the enclave, which is run by the Islamist group Hamas. The fishing zone was expanded from six nautical