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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Your tax dollars at work: The Yasser Arafat Museum

The 'Palestinian Authority,' which perpetually has no money except what it receives from 'international aid' (i.e. your tax dollars and my tax shekels) has decided to spend $2 million on a museum to memorialize terrorist leader Yasser Arafat in Ramallah (the picture is of Arafat's mausoleum, which was constructed in 2007 at a cost of $1.5 million).
Implementation of the resolution, Mr. President .... Government decides to finance the construction, equipping and running of the 'Museum of Yasser Arafat'
Date: 27/7/2009 Time: 15:58

Ramallah, Palestinian 27-7-2009 - the Government decided during its weekly session today, the financing of the construction, equipping and running of the 'Museum of Yasser Arafat', and the allocation of a grant of $ 2 million to Yasser Arafat, whose organization is following the museum to start implementing the first phase of its inception.

The rule of President Mahmoud Abbas to lay the foundation stone for its construction on the fourth anniversary of the departure of the commander code, design and construction of the Palestinian Al-Jafar Toukan creative, and will be held next to the shrine and the museum will be linked to the late president's office through a suspension bridge.

The museum will summarize the key stations in the Palestinian history of the contemporary narrative biography of the commander during the symbol time within the three phases of the history of the Palestinian cause, the first beginning in the late forties until the mid-sixties and Balinkbp connected and in the diaspora, including the enrollment of the martyr Abu Ammar [Arafat's nom de guerre. CiJ], the symbol classes with the Holy Jihad leader Abdel Qader Al-Husseini , and then work in the founding of the Association of Palestinian students and activities during the national university in Cairo, and its role in his work in the State of Kuwait where he worked on the establishment of the Palestinian National Liberation Movement 'open'.

The second phase, the phase of the revolution and the resurgence of an independent Palestinian national identity, beginning with the start of the Fatah movement in 1/1/1965 and even return to the homeland, which crystallized during the image of the Palestinian people, and commando operations, fighting the revolution in dignity and southern Lebanon and Beirut, and to devote the role of the PLO Palestine as the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people and international recognition, and represented at the World liberation movements, and the march of the Palestinian national struggle in the occupied territories and the way to the first Intifada in 1987 and its achievements, notably the Declaration of Independence and the recognition of more than one hundred of the state, and thus the establishment of the first authority national Palestinian land.

The third stage, the establishment of the Palestinian National Authority, which began the return of Abu Ammar's home in 1994 until his death in 2004, a stage full of events, which overlapped and vital task of building the institutions of the Palestinian National Authority with the tasks of continuing the struggle to end occupation and establish an independent Palestinian state, and this correlates with the continued conflict in different ways, leading to the Israeli invasion of the West Bank in 2002 and the siege of President Yasser Arafat, at the headquarters of the province until his death.

And will include the museum, which will oversee a special committee at the residence and the collection of its contents, the items in the late leader Abu Ammar, as the huge amount of photographs, posters, documentary films related to the maintenance of the late leader and his leadership of the march of our people, in addition to a library of books dealing with the biography of his life, and a special archive for researchers and historians, and the establishment of a center for symposia and seminars, and so the museum will be an important part of the national memory of Palestine.
$3.5 million (not including the cost of the 'Presidential library' in Cairo) to memorialize an unrepentant terrorist who was responsible for the deaths of hundreds of Israelis and Americans (including three American diplomats).

Well, I can think of a few things I'd like to put in that museum. Here's my top 10 list.

1. Video of Arafat's physician saying Arafat died of AIDS.

2. Video of PFLP leader Ahmad Jabril admitting Arafat died of AIDS.

3. "Red Horizons" by Lt. Gen. Ion Mihai Pacepa, the former head of Romanian intelligence under Nicolai Ceausescu.

4. Book by Clinton aide Terry McAuliffe recounting how Arafat made a pass at him.

5. Arafat's blue pajamas.

6. Arafat's uniform that was sold for NIS 200 (about $47 at the time).

7. Arafat's missing Nobel Peace Prize medal.

8. The list of terrorists to whom Arafat was paying salaries during the intifada (taken from computer hard drives when Israel raided the Mukhata in 2002).

9. Arafat's Swiss bank account numbers.

10. Suha Arafat's monthly budget in Paris (one month of which would more than pay for this museum).

For the record, the reason I'm emphasizing things having to do with Arafat's homosexuality is because it's the thing that will most destroy his image among the 'Palestinian people.'

You're all free to add your own ideas.

Fatwas will be issued.


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At 12:56 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

The Palestinian father didn't even want a homeland. Its hard to imagine him being a "great figure." But the Palestinians have done a masterful job of deluding themselves over the past 60 years. The new museum shows how deep its taken hold of them.


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