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Yasser Arafat’s PLO executed 942 Palestinians during the First Intifada (1987-1991). That’s more than the total number of Palestinians who died while attacking Israeli soldiers during that same time period.

That did not stop the international community from accepting the PLO (and later its subsidiary the Palestinian Authority) as the “sole legitimate representative” of Palestinians in 1993.

How do Palestinian leaders get away with murdering and torturing their own people without international condemnation?

Mosab Hassan Yousef, the son of Hamas founder Sheikh Hassan Yousef, has the answer.

Watch as the Palestinian delegation to the UN Human Rights Council sits in stunned silence and disbelief as he explains how Palestinian leaders “blame” Israel to divert attention from their own atrocities.

Source: United with Israel

Hamas is determined to maintain good ties with Iran, a Beirut representative of the Gaza-based terrorist group declared on Friday, Iran’s semi-official state news agency Fars reported.

Ali Baraka, Hamas’ envoy to Lebanon, reportedly made the statement during a meeting with Mohammad Majedi, a high-ranking Iranian diplomatic official stationed at the Islamic Republic’s embassy in Beirut.

A decade of Gaza blockade, the continuation of Zionist aggressions against the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the mushrooming Zionist settlements in the West Bank make it inevitable that the Palestinians, including Hamas should strengthen and promote ties with Iran.

According to the report, Majedi vowed continued Iranian support for “the Palestinian nation, the resistance groups and Palestine’s Intifada against Israel’s occupation.”

Source: Algemeiner