Friday, June 25, 2021

  • Friday, June 25, 2021
  • Elder of Ziyon
A Fatah member has obliquely addressed the PA's apparent killing of critic Nizar Banat yesterday amid mass arrests of other critics, which the PA and Fatah have been mostly silent about.

Muwaffaq Matar, pictured, a member of the Fatah Revolutionary Council of the Fatah movement, said on Facebook today that "treason, chaos and tampering with the system do not fall under freedom of opinion and expression."

Matar added,  "The president, the political system, and the security services are not corrupt... Those who have an agenda see who wrote their lines and their tools are known...Treason, chaos, and tampering with public order are neither expression nor opinion."

Matar indicated that the results of the investigation into the killing of Nizar Banat have not yet been presented to the public, accusing Hamas and Abba rival Muhammad Dahlan, of exploiting a "case still under investigation" to cause chaos.

In a series of Facebook posts, Matar questioned the reasons for "focusing on the president, the security services and the political system," he said.

Maybe because Abbas is a corrupt dictator who controls all aspects of life under his rule and does not tolerate any dissent?


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