On the anniversary of the death of former PA Chairman Yasser Arafat, the Fatah Movement once again revealed the essence of its character and emphasized the movement’s adherence to Arafat’s legacy of violence and terror.
On its official Facebook page, Fatah posted an image with a logo for the 15th anniversary of Arafat’s death. The logo (marked by red circle below) displays the number “15” with a bullet as the digit “1”. more …
Opinion: He was the darling of the west. It is said that Yasser Arafat spent more time in the Lincoln bedroom than Mrs. Lincoln.
Arafat was bill Clinton’s choice for a Middle East peace legacy, all the while the mainstream press conveniently ignored his saying one thing to the press then turning around and saying another thing to his terrorist buddies in the ME.
Arafat was the quintessential Amalek (Exodus 17:16) of the 20th century. He was a ugly man in and out known to be a pedophile homosexual who died of AIDS. But Arafat was clear on his goal:
“We plan to eliminate the state of Israel and establish a purely Palestinian state. We will make life unbearable for Jews by psychological warfare and population explosion. We Palestinians will take over everything, including all of Jerusalem.”In our book Antichrist: The Search for Amalek, Arafat is Antichrist #9. His legacy is blood and death of both Arab’s and Jews. He and his deputy Mahmoud Abbas executed the 1972 Munich Massacre of 11 Israel athletes, two intifada’s and countless terror attacks including the knife intifada that began in 2015, on innocent Jewish citizens showing no mercy for women and children.
On January 17, 2002, a Palestinian gunman burst into a bat mitzvah celebration in a banquet hall in Hadera, opening fire on the 180 guests with an M-16 assault rifle, killing six people and injuring thirty-five people. The Fatah Al-Aqsa Brigades claimed responsibility
for the attack.
On May 27, 2002 a baby girl and her grandmother were killed when a suicide bomber detonated himself near an ice cream parlor outside a shopping mall in Petah Tikva, near Tel Aviv. The attack injured forty others, some seriously. Once again, Arafat’s Al-Aqsa
Martyrs’ Brigades claimed responsibility for the attack
In August of 2004, Andrew McCarthy, in the National Review, wrote:
“About him, while there is much to say, there is little to glean. He was a thug. One of the most cunning of all time for sure, but quite simply a ruthless, thoroughly corrupt, will-to-power thug.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak once referred to him, in the presence of Secretary of State Warren Christopher, as “a son of a dog.” The Syrian defense minister called Arafat the “son of sixty-thousand whores.”
Excerpts Antichrist: The Search for Amalek