Thursday, February 21, 2008

Another Surprise: Abbas' "Moderate" Fatah Proudly Claims Responsibility for Terror Attack

From Ma'an:

Nablus - Ma'an - The Al-Aqsa Brigades, the military wing of Fatah, took responsibility Tuesday evening for shooting at a settlers' bus near Beta intersection, South of Nablus, in the northern West Bank.

In a telephone call to our reporter in Nablus, Al-Aqsa Brigades spokesperson Abu Mujahed said that one of the Brigades' groups was able to fire shots at a red bus, with the license plate number "101." Abu Mujahed claimed that the bus was full of settlers, and that some of the passengers were injured.

Abu Mujahed also said that the group returned to their base safely. He also added that this operation comes as a response to what he sees as ongoing crimes committed by the occupation against the Palestinian people.

The occupation authorities confirmed the incident and claimed that the bus was hit and some material damage was caused.

Al-Aksa, of course, is part of the Fatah terrorist group led by the "moderate" Abu Mazen/Mahmoud Abbas.

The so-called "occupation" effectively ended more than a decade ago, when almost all the Arabs living in the disputed territories came under the administration of the corrupt Palestinian Authority.

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