Tuesday, December 14, 2004

Want to know what the 'Palestinians' want?

Peace? A state of their own? To coexist with their neighbours?

All of the above, AFTER Israel is gone. In IsraelNationalNews, Fatah co-founder Farouk Kadumi reiterates the ultimate goal:
When the interviewer asked Kadumi, “What is the future of Palestine?” the PLO leader answered: “At this stage there will be two states. Many years from now there will be only one.”

Asked why he has not softened his stance against Israel’s existence, Kadumi replied, "Our enemy always says, 'This is Judea and Samaria' ... They haven't changed their discourse. If they change theirs, we will change ours, and if not, we will keep saying that armed resistance is the way to Palestine."

He expressed confidence in the Arabs' ultimate victory, saying, “[There are] 300 million Arabs, while Israel has only the sea behind it."
This is not news. But it seems many people insist on ignoring or forgetting this.


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