The Occupation is a business, a partnership - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • El-birawi
    • 01.08.07 | 18:40 (IDT)

    It does not take a brain surgeon to see that Arafat was a fraud, the PLO and Fatah is a fraud and that the PA and Fatah are business partners with the Israeli Occupation. One can see it from the monoploies issued by Arafat, to the direct fund transfer to Arafat OWN personal accounts of tax money collected by Israel, to the fees from residency permits, to fees from housing permits, to classifications of land under different zoning, to selling cement to build the Wall to building settlements and roads by leading Palestinian prime ministers and ministers. It is all about money. As long as the occupation exists, Fatah is in business collecting money from donors and sharing income with Israel and all leading Palestinian activists making a killing out of the occupation. Just ask these people where did they get all this money to own multi million dollars homes, hundreds of millions of investments? Even the guy who ran the Palestinian TV stole $22 million dollars. The PA is nothing but a mafia

    from the article: Back to a corrupt occupation
    First published 00:00 01.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 01.08.07
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