Tens of Palestinian activists from the Isbat al-Ansar Islamist terror group have recently left the Ein el-Hilwe camp in Lebanon, crossed into Iraq via Syria, and joined up with al-Qaeda forces led by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.
While individual activists had made the journey previously, this time the group's leadership made a decision to join the jihad against the U.S. in response to a formal request by al-Qaeda.
The Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Rai Al-Aam reported that the group's leader, Ahmed Abdel-Karim al-Saadi, accompanied his men to Iraq.
An al-Qaeda website reported Tuesday that an Isbat al-Ansar member was killed in battle with U.S. forces.
And yet the world does not want to accept that Israel's fight against terror is the same as the West's fight against terror.