Fatah shows its true intentions

Fatah, the supposedly moderate party that rules the West Bank, and which receives massive foreign aid (including American money), has a new poster to celebrate its 43rd anniversary. The Jerusalem Post brings it to our attention:

Fatah poster

Designed specifically for the occasion by Abdel Mun'em Ibrahim, the poster features a map of Israel that is entirely draped with a Palestinian keffiyeh scarf.

It also carries a drawing of a rifle as a symbol of the "armed struggle" against Israel.

The poster, which has been endorsed by the Fatah leadership, has already been posted on a number of Fatah-affiliated Web sites.

The underlying message of the poster is that Fatah, like Hamas, does not recognize Israel's existence.
Remind me again: what is there to negotiate with someone who wants to destroy the other side? The pace at which annihilation takes place?

Hat tip: Ed Lasky
Fatah, the supposedly moderate party that rules the West Bank, and which receives massive foreign aid (including American money), has a new poster to celebrate its 43rd anniversary. The Jerusalem Post brings it to our attention:

Fatah poster

Designed specifically for the occasion by Abdel Mun'em Ibrahim, the poster features a map of Israel that is entirely draped with a Palestinian keffiyeh scarf.

It also carries a drawing of a rifle as a symbol of the "armed struggle" against Israel.

The poster, which has been endorsed by the Fatah leadership, has already been posted on a number of Fatah-affiliated Web sites.

The underlying message of the poster is that Fatah, like Hamas, does not recognize Israel's existence.
Remind me again: what is there to negotiate with someone who wants to destroy the other side? The pace at which annihilation takes place?

Hat tip: Ed Lasky