France’s State television launches third Intifada

Abbas' recent UN speech has made his vision clear to the world: For him, the “two-state solution” means two Arab states: a Judenrein Palestinian state, and an Arab-dominated State of Israel. And the third Intifada is just around the corner with France 2 supporting the Palestinian lies and propaganda.

October 10, 2011 00:24
PA President Mahmoud Abbas waiving

PA President Mahmoud Abbas waiving 311 (R). (photo credit: REUTERS)


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Until Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas delivered his speech at the UN General Assembly on September 23, there was a fair degree of confusion surrounding the Palestinian state's bid for UN membership. Since Abbas did not proclaim statehood before the UN bid, how could a non-state apply for membership?

However, in his speech, Abbas provided the answer to this riddle: the Palestinian state that was applying for membership was the one proclaimed by the late PLO leader Yasser Arafat in Alger on November 15, 1988.


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