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Bibi: Fatah Is Radicalizing Hatred

PM Netanyahu speaking at a podium (Photo: Haim Zach/GPO/ASHERNET)

Last week's Fatah congress reelected Mahmoud Abbas as the Palestinian party's leader, but it also chose a convicted terrorist for the top role on its Central Committee. Arutz Sheva's Elad Benari reports that Israeli PM Netanyahu blasted Fatah for radicalizing "the culture of incitement and terror":

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Monday evening blasted the Fatah movement for electing Marwan Barghouti to the top spot on the Fatah Central Committee.

"This is the leader of a terrorist organization who encouraged and led terrorist attacks that killed and wounded dozens of innocent Israelis. Barghouti was convicted for his crimes in an Israeli court and sentenced to five life sentences. In electing Barghouti, the Fatah movement radicalizes the culture of incitement and terror, and condones a convicted terrorist,” said Netanyahu.

He added, "Fatah is no longer satisfied with incitement in schools and naming streets and squares after murderers. Now it also places them in leadership roles. By doing this, the organization radicalizes the culture of hatred and distances peace."

Barghouti is widely believed to have planned the Second Intifada, which claimed thousands of Israeli lives from 2000 to 2005. He has continued inciting terrorism from his jail cell...

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