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19. Fatah's "Plans for the Future"

This issue looks at Muslim plans to take over the Mount of Olives, Fatah's “official” game plan for the future, foiled terrorist plots, and gives a writing tip for proper punctuation when making lists.


One Jerusalem reports
Make no mistake about it, Israel's enemies want to posses the Mount of Olives. Past Israeli governments thought they could hold onto the Mount while giving away the access routes to it, but even these Left wing governments knew it was too important to the Jewish people to give away outright.
The Jewish cemetery (on the Mount of Olives) that the Palestinians demand to transfer to their control is the most important Jewish cemetery in the world. The area has constituted a religious and national pantheon for the Jewish people and the State of Israel, containing the tombs of the illustrious dead of the nation over the course of 3,000 years and serving as a site for Jewish gathering and prayer at the time of the ancient Temple and even prior to it.
Under Jordanian rule, Jewish access and viagra for sale the continued burial of Jews on the mount was prohibited, despite Jordan's explicit commitment in the Israeli-Jordanian Armistice Agreement of 1949. During the period of Jordanian rule, the cemetery was destroyed and desecrated, and 38,000 of its tombstones and graves were smashed.
Since Jerusalem's reunification, burial ceremonies were renewed at the site and large sections of the cemetery were rehabilitated. Nevertheless, attempts by Palestinians to damage the cemetery have never totally abated, and there have been periodic attacks on Jewish mourners escorting their dead for burial.


The Israel Project reports
The Palestinian political faction Fatah held its first conference in 20 years to determine its future agenda. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas ran unopposed to be re-elected as Fatah's leader. “Although we have chosen peace, we reserve the right to return to armed resistance,” Abbas said in his keynote at Fatah's sixth General Assembly.

During the conference, Fatah officials discussed a possible strategic alliance with Iran, which continues to defy the international community's demands that it halt its nuclear program. Iran is also the world's leading state sponsor of terror, providing hundreds of millions of dollars in training, arms and financing to terrorist groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah. 

Fatah, considered a mainstream Palestinian organization, avoided relations with Iran ever since the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Fatah's main rival, the Iran-backed terrorist group Hamas, is politically, financially and militarily backed by Iran.

Other issues addressed at the conference included removing all Jews from Jerusalem and putting the city under Palestinian control, releasing all Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails, and not renewing the peace process until all of the prisoners are released. 

At the conference, Fatah adopted the position that the Palestinian “resistance” will not end until all of Jerusalem, including the outlying villages, come under Palestinian control. The Fatah position paper states, “Fatah will continue to sacrifice victims until Jerusalem will be returned [to the Palestinians], clean of settlements and settlers.” The conference paper does not distinguish between East and West Jerusalem, instead claiming Palestinian sovereignty over the entire city.¬†

Conference participants endorsed the idea of a two-state solution. However, Fatah refuses to recognize Israel as a Jewish state. While the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), of which Fatah is a part, formally recognized Israel in 1993, Fatah as a party never officially recognized the Jewish state.
 A look back
If you've been receiving this newsletter for a while, you may remember the articles explaining why all the arguing in the Middle East would ultimately come down to one issue: control of Jerusalem. For Muslims, controlling Jerusalem would prove that Islam had gained “official” control over Judaism and Christianity. It would embolden the radicals, opening the door for unprecedented violence.
Last week I commented on America's recognition of Fatah as the most “acceptable” of the major terrorist organizations. Unfortunately, even the open declaration of their future plans will probably not change America's official view of them.¬†¬†

Joel Rosenberg reports 
 While I've been gone, I've been struck by at least three major intelligence and law enforcement operations to thwart new terrorist plots inside the U.S. and against American and Israeli targets in the epicenter.

1.) An alleged terrorist sleeper cell in North Carolina — run by radical Islamic jihadists, some whom trained in Afghanistan — was recently busted by the FBI. Seven radical Muslims were arrested in the sting operation. An alleged eighth member of the cell appears to have fled to Pakistan. “The defendants prepared themselves to engage in violent jihad and were willing to die as martyrs,” said the Justice Department.

2.) Officials in Kuwait say they have just thwarted a terror plot by at least a half dozen al-Qaeda operatives to attack U.S. bases in the Gulf kingdom. Some 15,000 U.S. forces operate from bases in the oil-rich state.

3.) Egyptian intelligence reportedly thwarted a plot by Radicals in Cairo to assassinate the Israeli ambassador to Egypt, as well as bomb Muslim and Christian holy sites, and bomb the gas pipeline that links Egypt and Israel through the Sinai peninsula.

Writing lists 
Use a colon after an introductory statement containing the words
as follows or the following; either a colon or a period may be used after other statements introducing lists.
We will discuss the following types of psychotherapy:
1. Client-centered therapy
2. Rational-emotive therapy
3. Behavioral therapy
4. Psychoanalysis

¬†The real reason we can't have the Ten Commandments posted in a courthouse is this: You cannot post “Thou shalt not steal,” “Thou shalt not commit adultery,” and “Thou shalt not lie” in a building full of lawyers, judges and politicians…It creates a hostile work environment.


5 Responses to “19. Fatah's "Plans for the Future"”

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