his own words
Is Arafat deserving
of a Nobel Peace prize? Is Arafat a man of his word?
Or is Arafat “Chairman of
Terror” and mastermind of mass murder and mayhem?
Arafat should be stripped of his Nobel Peace prize because he makes
a mockery of the meaning of peace.
Arafat has never ever kept one word. In other words, how does one
know when he is lying. When his lips are moving or quivering.
In his latest greatest effort of hatred, incitement, terrorism, and
violence, Arafat advocates in a call to his people people to
"terrorize your enemy" as he bitterly marked the 56th anniversary of
the Nakba - the Catastrophe, as Arabs call creation of the State of
Arafat, ruler of the Arab “Palestinians” and chairman of the
Palestinian Authority/Palestine Liberation Organization is supposed
to be a man of peace. A moderate. With moderates like Arafat one
does not need extremist fanatical fundamentalists.
In a speech broadcast live on state controlled Arab “Palestinian”
television, Arafat repeatedly called on his people to be steadfast
in their struggle against the Israeli occupation, but also said he
is ready for peace.
"Our nation is patient and determined," he said, "which sacrificed
its body to defend itself, which was laid bare by the Nakba carried
out by international, Zionist and imperialist powers, which didn't
have the right to allow [the creation of Israel], for those who
didn't have the right [the Zionists].
"Acts of sacrifice, determination and revolution have sent a message
to the world that Palestine is the homeland of the Palestinian
nation and it has no other, and it will not accept an alternative to
its homeland," said Arafat.
"The warriors of jihad [holy war] have erased the memory of the
Nakba and compelled the international community and Israel to
discuss the Palestinian issue," the PA chairman went on.
"We have proved that the Nakba, which caused harm to millions of
Palestinian refugees, is not a fate that we cannot fight, and we
proved that through stubbornness it is possible to battle for this
homeland and the holy places, and return to them. The aggression of
the Israeli occupation is pitted against the force of history."
Arafat ended the speech with a quote from the Koran. "Find what
strength you have to terrorize your enemy and the enemy of God," he
said. The phrase in the Koran refers to Muslims' wars against
pagans. It is followed by a phrase saying "if they want peace, then
let's have peace."
Israel has long accused Arafat of sponsoring terrorism and he has
been confined to his compound in the West Bank city of Ramallah for
more than two years. Last September, the Israeli government decided
to remove the Palestinian leader "in the way, time and manner which
will be determined."
Why the world rewards Arafat, one of the smartest criminals in
history, with diplomatic immunity, “humanitarian aid” money, and
political protection is a wonder. Arafat should be publicly put on
trial by the U.N. International Court of Justice, The Hague,
Netherlands for his crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing
genocide rather than receive a Nobel Peace prize.