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Terrorfat Death Edition

As we say in Australia..”Bout bloody time!”

Finally, the PA have announced Terrorfat’s death almost a week after it occurred.

In honor of the official announcement, I will posting links, facts, and pictures on this most despicable of creatures. This post will be constantly updated throughout the day..so make sure to drop by again.

Tombstone

Here are some appropriate tombstones for Terrorfat that you are not likely to see:

Created using the Tombstone Generator.

If you have some ideas for a tombstone, create your own, and either post a link to your entry in the comments, or send me an email with the picture attached. The winner will be solely adjudicated by yours truly, and their submission posted on this blog.

He’s Dead…No Wait He’s Alive..He’s Dead..

Sent to me by a friend. The Hebrew words on the petals are ‘Dead” and “Not dead.”

All About Yassy

Honest Reporting have produced this phenomenal short movie on Terrorfat’s legacy. Go there now.

They also have prepared this biography on the man.

This is all great stuff. Well done, Honest Reporting.

CAMERA have a timeline of key events in Terrorfat’s terrorist career.

Here is an AIM column on his terrorist past, focusing on his involvement in the Black September attack on the Saudi embassy in Sudan, resulting in the murders of US Ambassador to Sudan Cleo Noel, Deputy Chief of Mission George C. Moore and Belgian diplomat Guy Eid.

A few years ago, The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs put out a report entitled The Involvement of Arafat, PA Senior Officials and Apparatuses in Terrorism against Israel, Corruption and Crime. You can revisit it here.

Here’s a thorough account of the Munich Olympics massacre.

Ion Mihai Pacepa, the highest ranking intelligence officer ever to have defected from the former Soviet bloc, shares some thoughts on Terrorfat here and here.

Star Trek Tribute to Terrorfat

This seems appropriate (via LGF commenter PDM).

Let the Games Begin

They didn’t wait long.

Palestinian militants angry over Yasser Arafat’s death attacked a Jewish settlement in the Gaza Strip on Thursday in what they said signaled the start of a new round of clashes against Israel.

Israeli soldiers killed two of the gunmen, who launched a multi-pronged attack against the heavily fortified Netzarim settlement in the Gaza Strip shortly after news of Arafat’s death reached the territory, medics said.

Gunmen opened fire at the settlement, detonated a bomb and attempted to fire a rocket-propelled grenade. An army spokeswoman said there had been an exchange of fire with troops and five gunmen had been hit.

Abu Qusai, a spokesman for the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, an armed group in the late Palestinian leader’s Fatah faction, said it held Israel responsible for Arafat’s death, adding:

“Our groups together with brothers from other factions took to the battlefield with the enemy to make it pay the price … The next days will witness violent clashes with the Zionists everywhere.”
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Qusai said Israel was to blame for Arafat’s death, by forcing him to live in primitive conditions in his headquarters in the West Bank city of Ramallah, where he was virtually confined by the Israeli army for 2-1/2 years.

Israel says Arafat — who suffered for years from tremors symptomatic of Parkinson’s disease — had access to doctors, food, running water and electricity in the compound.

It is amazing how they can find any excuse to try to kill Jews.

Did You Know?

I found this via the Biography Channel:

Arafat was born in 1929 to a successful merchant father and a religiously devout mother. His birth name was Mohammed, but he was nicknamed Yasser, which means “easy.”

I just knew he had AIDS.

To Rejoice Or Not To Rejoice

Should we, as Jews, be happy that Terrorfat is dead?

I think it is safe to say that we can rejoice.

To those who think that this is akin to the PLO Arabs who hand out candies after a terrorist attack, the difference is that we don’t rejoice in the deaths of innocent people. And Terrorfat was far from being an “innocent person”.

“President Arafat played such a dominant role on behalf of the Palestinians over so many decades that it is hard to imagine the Middle East without him.

He Killed a Few Jews? So What!

Guess on which side of history these world leaders and political figures stand:

“With him disappears a man of courage and conviction who for 40 years incarnated the Palestinians’ fight for recognition of their national rights.”

– French President Jacques Chirac

“He was the father of the modern Palestinian nationalist movement. A powerful human symbol and forceful advocate, Palestinians united behind him in their pursuit of a homeland”

– Former US President Jimmy Carter

“History will record that President Arafat epitomized that rare breed of leaders whose lives were defined by the unflinching sacrifices they made in the noble and just cause of the struggle of their peoples.”

– South African President Thabo Mbeki

“[Yasser Arafat was] one of the most outstanding freedom fighters of this generation”

– Nelson Mandela

“As the leader of his people, he created an international awareness of, and concern about, the plight of the Palestinian people. He displayed unquestionable devotion to his work.”

– British Foreign secretary Jack Straw

“Yasser Arafat was ‘Mr Palestine’ for the best part of 40 years..He rose to prominence as a military figure, but the picture of him as a terrorist hell-bent on Israel’s destruction, which the Israeli Government is fond of painting, is simplistic and wrong.”

– British Labour MP Richard Burden

And here is a list of foreign dignitaries expected to attend his funeral in Egypt.

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David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media
Picture of David Lange

David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media
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