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Friday, October 05, 2007

Thanking Abu Mazen for supporting terrorists

As 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen continues to 'negotiate' the first phase of the replacement of the State of Israel with a 'Palestinian' state reichlet 'from the River to the Sea' with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud K. Olmert, he received support today from a 'Palestinian icon': Um Jihad, widow of Arafat's former deputy Abu Jihad, who praised Abu Mazen for his support for the families of terrorists.
Intisar Al-Wazir, known more popularly among PA Arabs as “Um Jihad,” thanked Abbas this week on behalf of the numerous organizations providing financial aid to support imprisoned terrorists, wounded terrorists and the families of dead terrorists.

While funding for the terrorists and their families was temporarily held up in July and August, said Um Jihad, Abbas and his ministers promptly dealt with the problem, sending money to the families this week.

The 66-year-old Um Jihad was the first female member of Fatah, joining the group in 1959 and establishing herself through the years as one of the most prominent women in the PA.

The “mother of the fight” – the meaning of her Arabic nom de guerre - was elected in 1995 to the Palestinian Legislative Council, also serving as the Minister of Social Affairs. She became the PA Minister for Social Welfare in 2003.

Um Jihad is the widow of a prominent terrorist. Her husband, Khalil al-Wazir (Abu Jihad), was a close associate of the late PLO Chairman and arch terrorist Yasser Arafat. Al-Wazir was also the co-founder of Fatah and leader of the first intifada. He was tracked down in 1988 and eliminated by Israeli agents at his home in Tunisia.
Abu Mazen's support of 'Palestinian' terrorism also goes beyond Israel's borders:
Abbas has also been working hard to continue support for Palestinian terrorists in Lebanon, albeit indirectly. A committee established by the PA Chairman is slated to hold a fundraising drive Friday on PA television for the northern Lebanese town of Nahr el-Bared.

Home to approximately 30,000 Arabs claiming descent from those who fled Israel during the War of Independence, the town has become a stronghold of the Fatah al-Islam terrorist organization. Nahr el-Barad was decimated this summer when the Lebanese Army battled to eliminate the terrorist group from its population. Fierce fighting by local terrorists who hid among the civilian population while firing at soldiers led to the deaths of hundreds of people on both sides. Lebanese government forces succeeded in significantly reducing the number of terrorists operating from the town, although they were unable to root them out completely.
I know. Let's give them a state reichlet. Maybe then they'll stop supporting terror.


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