Thursday, February 15, 2024

  • Thursday, February 15, 2024
  • Elder of Ziyon
I've noted previously that Human Rights Watch has evolved its opinion of the  Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine over the years from being a recognized terror group to a legitimate leftist political party.

And when Israel outlawed several NGOs with links to the PFLP,  some even founded by it, Western nations defended those NGOs as if the PFLP is legitimate.

The PFLP praised the October 7 attacks, saying it "restored the dignity of the Arab nation." It called on "everyone who bears arms to engage in the battle of the people of Palestine against their enemy."

On Wednesday, the PFLP reiterated its call for terror, in a statement calling for a violent uprising in the West Bank. It urged the Palestinian Authority to "direct its weapons against the enemy" and said that all Palestinians in the West Bank should create a new military front against Israel, saying "the necessary and urgent task now is to ignite the West Bank front to support the resistance in Gaza."

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