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Palestinian Arabs really mad at Al Jazeera for “Palestine Papers”

Posted by avideditor on January 24, 2011

The Jihadis really shoot them selves in the foot this time. It is a good thing to have them fight with themselves. They are losing the illusion of there lies

From http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2011/01/palestinian-arabs-really-mad-at-al.html

The fallout from Palileaks continues….

Besides Yasser Abed Rabbo’s attack on the Emir of Qatar this morning for supposedly being behind the “Palestine Papers,” we have…

A mob – no doubt “spontaneous” – attacked the Al Jazeera offices in the West Bank. They broke in and vandalized the office.

Hani al-Qawasmi of Fatah said that Al Jazeera was working to create discord among Palestinian Arabs. He questioned the timing of the news, at the same time that the PLO is trying to get a Security Council resolution to condemn Israeli communities across the Green Line. He then went on a general rant about Al Jazeera’s supposed Zionist bias, by interviewing Israelis, and saying that the channel was dedicated to “destroying the social fabric of the Arab nation.”

PLO executive committee member Ahmed Qurei called for an emergency meeting of the movement to condemn the “organized and directed campaign” of Al Jazeera against the Palestinian Arab people. He reiterated that the network is only serving Israeli interests.

A spokesman for the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades also slammed Al Jazeera, noting the draft Security Council resolution and saying that just when the Palestinian Arabs had the Us and Israel on the ropes, along comes the “Palestine papers” to royally screw everything up.

Schadenfreude!

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