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Arabs Speak:No Jewish State

August 3, 2009
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—Palestinian Authority President and Fatah Chairman Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) at a preliminary conference of the Palestinian Youth Parliament in Ramallah

“The time will come, by Allah's will, when their property will be destroyed and their children will be exterminated, and no Jew or Zionist will be left on the face of this earth.”    

      —On Hamas’s Al-Aqsa TV

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“Netanyahu’s demand that Palestinians recognize Israel as the Jewish state is ruining the chance for peace.”                                                 Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak


“With the two-state solution, in my opinion, Israel will collapse, because if they get out ofJerusalem, what will become of all the talk about the Promised Land and the Chosen People? What will become of all the sacrifices they made—just to be told to leave? They consider Jerusalem to have a spiritual status. The Jews consider Judea and Samaria to be their historic dream. If the Jews leave those places, the Zionist idea will begin to collapse. It will regress of its own accord. Then we will move forward…

“The PLO [Palestinian Liberation Organization headed by Fatah] is the sole, legitimate representative [of the Palestinian people], and it has not changed its platform even one iota. In light of the weakness of the Arab nation and the lack of values, and in light of the American control over the world, the PLO proceeds through phases, without changing its strategy. Let me tell you, when the ideology of Israel collapses, and we take, at least Jerusalem, the Israeli ideology will collapse in its entirety, and we will begin to progress with our own ideology, Allah willing, and drive them out of all Palestine.”

—Palestinian Ambassador to Lebanon Abbas Zaki in an interview by Arabic News Broadcasting in Lebanon

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