Palestinian terrorists from Hamas, Islamic Jihad and Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) who blow up buses and pizza restaurants filled with Jewish children are not 'freedom fighters'. Nassar Ibrahim former editor of the PFLP’s weekly publication said Palestinians have a “right of resistance,” including the right to “raise the gun.” He also co-wrote The Palestinian Intifada: Cry Freedom, a 2002 book in which he said, “Every (Jewish) checkpoint, every (Jewish) soldier and every (Jewish) settler are legitimate targets in the struggle for freedom... everything (Jewish) becomes a target".
Hanan Ashrawi's Miftah Group Planned Rep Tlaib Israel Trip Refers to Palestinian PFLP Suicide Bombers as Sacrifice 'For The Cause', Tampa's Osama Mustafa Senior Member PFLP. Hanan Ashrawi is a senior official of an organization that includes in its ranks those who are on the U.S. government list of terrorist groups. If that’s not sufficient grounds to deny her a visa to America, then what is? Hanan Ashrawi is a member of the executive committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization.
The PLO consists of groups that practice terrorism though are not on the U.S. list (for political reasons), such as Fatah; and groups that practice terrorism and are on the U.S. list, such as the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). Founded in 1967, the PFLP is a Marxist gang that has carried out numerous terrorist attacks. It was a pioneer of airplane hijackings in the 1970s. The PFLP’s bloody rap sheet also includes the murder of an Israeli cabinet minister and the butchering of American rabbis (and an Israeli Druze policeman) in a synagogue in Jerusalem’s Har Nof neighborhood. It’s no surprise that Ashrawi is comfortable helping run an organization that includes the PFLP. After all, she has on many occasions publicly endorsed terrorism.
Group Behind Trip to West Bank for Rep Rashida Tlaib & Rep Omar Direct Ties to Terrorists at Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) Ramallah. Miftah group that planned Tlaib-Omar Israel trip once referred to Palestinian suicide bombing as sacrifice 'for the cause'. "The organization that is funding their trip is Miftah, which is an avid supporter of BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement), and among whose members, Hanan Ashrawi, are those who have expressed support for terrorism against Israel."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a statement. Netanyahu cited Miftah as he alleged the lawmakers had ulterior, anti-Israel motives in their planned Israel trip. For instance, a 2006 Miftah report dealing with the Second Intifada – a wave of Palestinian violence in the early 2000s – discussed a 2002 Jerusalem suicide bombing under a section titled “Fighting Back.” It described the attack, where Wafa Idrees blew herself up with a bomb that killed an Israeli and injured more than 100 others, as “the beginning of a string of Palestinian women dedicated to sacrificing their lives for the cause.” More recently, Miftah’s founder, Hanan Ashrawi, a member of the Palestinian Liberation Organization’s executive committee and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), spoke against referring to Palestinian attackers as terrorists in a 2017 interview.
Tampa's on the run fugitive Osama Sam Mustafa is now a senior member of the PFLP in Ramallah, small world, eh? According to the itinerary released by Israel’s public broadcaster Kan, the congresswomen were scheduled to meet with people, Hanan Ashrawi, from Palestinian groups Miftah, who was also sponsoring the trip, and the Defense for Children International-Palestine (DCI-P) which is funded by the Terrorists at Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) in Ramallah West Bank. DCI-P general assembly president Nassar Ibrahim, a former editor of the PFLP’s weekly publication, can be seen in a 2015 video claiming Palestinians have a “right of resistance,” including the right to “raise the gun.” He also co-wrote The Palestinian Intifada: Cry Freedom, a 2002 book in which he said, “Every checkpoint, every soldier and every settler are legitimate targets in the struggle for freedom... everything becomes a target.
NGO Monitor Writes, Defense for Children International-Palestine DCI-P leads the campaign exploiting children to promote demonization of Israel, and is directly linked to the PFLP terror group. Many of its allegations are false and part of attempts to smear Israel with allegations of “war crimes” and promote BDS. On June 26, 2018, UK Lawyers for Israel (UKLFI) announced that after presenting evidence of the close ties between DCI-P and the PFLP to Citibank and Arab Bank PLC, “these banks no longer provide banking services to the terror linked NGO.” In 2017, the European Commission granted €699,236 to DCI-P for a project titled “strengthening community resilience and social cohesion in East Jerusalem on both sides of the separation wall.” The project included five Palestinian NGOs recipients, including Union of Palestinian Women’s Committees (UPWC), Land Research Center, and the Bisan Center for Research and Development Association. Several past and current UPWC employees have apparent ties to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a terrorist organization designated as such by the US, EU, Canada, and Israel.
UPWC is also active in supporting BDS campaigns and utilizing inflammatory rhetoric. Bisan Center for Research and Development has reported ties to the PFLP. Izzat Abdulhadi, a former director of Bisan, is reported to be a PFLP member. According to the Palestinian organizations Samidoun – Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network and Addameer, Bisan Executive Director Eteraf Rimawi was arrested six times by Israeli forces between 1995 and 2014. Rimawi was reportedly sentenced for 16-months in prison and fined NIS 5,000 in 2000. During his detention in 2008, an Israeli military judge affirmed that “Eteraf was active in political activities related to the PFLP.” Nassar Ibrahim, President of Defense for Children International-Palestine DCI-P’s General Assembly, is the former editor of El Hadaf– the PFLP’s weekly publication. In May 2014, the PFLP unveiled a mural “developed by writer and journalist Nassar Ibrahim,” honoring PFLP founder George Habash. Several members attended and spoke at the event.
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