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Huge Fatah anniversary party in Gaza

The message today is that Fatah cannot be wiped out,” said Amal Hamad, a member of the group’s ruling body. “Fatah lives, no one can exclude it and it seeks to end the division.”

The demonstration marked 48 years since the secular Fatah’s founding as the spearhead of the Palestinians’ fight against Israel. Its longtime leader Yasser Arafat signed an interim 1993 peace accord that won Palestinians a measure of self-rule.

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Where’s Fatboy when you really need him? — 8 Comments

  1. Most of the Gaza “Palestinians” are ethnic Egyptians and a smattering of other arabs. Eventually, Israel will adopt the Rabbi Kahane Solution and drive them out. It’s simple: first, bomb the barriers in west Gaza separating it from Egypt, then start carpet bombing at the east end of Gaza until the population has been driven west into Egypt, and set up a minefield to keep them from coming back. Then they’re Egypt’s problem. The U.N. should be satisfied, since they can collect donations and employ lots of U.N. (African) peacekeepers to prey on the refugees, who will then clamor for a Palestinian state in the Egyptian Sinai.

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