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By Ziad Fadel, SyrianPerspective ~ If any liberation movement resembled a financial shakedown it is the Palestinian Liberation Movement. No matter what Palestinians say about themselves; the overly-ostentatious clamoring for unearned respect because, as they say, they have the highest per-capita educational level in the world and the most notable achievements in self-victimization of anyone from Native Americans, Armenians, Jews to Crimean Tatars.
From the very beginning of the tragedy, the Palestinian Liberation Movement was subsumed by the grander Arab Liberation Movement led by charismatic demagogues like Jamaal ‘Abdul-Naasser of Egypt and Houari Boumeddienne of Algeria until the bankruptcy of nationalism was laid bare in the debacle of June 1967 when the Palestinians realized there was no real hope of ever returning to their homeland, at a minimum, or liberating it completely, at a maximum.
At every turn, Palestinians shrugged off Syrian efforts to bring the revolution into the mainstream of Arab nationalist thinking.
There were times when Palestinians, for reasons which can only be ascribed to stupidity or sectarianism, actually sought out conflict with the only Arab nation whose commitment to Palestine was unassailable.
The Syrian Army has now surrounded the camp, that maneuver made all the more easy by the evacuation of terrorists from Al-Hajar Al-Aswad. One of the reasons for this attack was information received by the rodent terrorists that the Palestinians had made some kind of pact amongst each other to remove the last remnants of the nihilist cannibals from their midst.
The rats would have none of this and decided to make Palestinian life even more miserable than anything the Lebanese Maronite Right had done or its patrone, the Zionist Abomination.
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