Reuters gets it wrong: the second intifadeh was planned by Arafat - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • A Nice Fellow
    • 04.10.09 | 20:17 (IST)

    Arafat planned, organized, and set into motion the second intifadeh, using the Temple Mount visit as a pretext. But if the Arabs want to get their terror infrastructure destroyed and their economy set back again by many years, then by all means, they should launch another. They will lose that too and then will never get anything resembling a state.

    from the article: What are the chances of a third Palestinian Intifada?
    First published 17:55 04.10.09 | Last updated 17:57 04.10.09
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