Murder Web Survey
Israel Resource News Agency has decided to award Yassir Arafat and the Fateh, the mainsteam organization of the PLO, with a citation for the most creative murder design on the web.
The Fateh web site, www.fatehorg.org, in the spirit of Palestinian Self-Determination, cordially asks its readers as to where they prefer to murder Jews.
The question, placed on the interactive Fateh website on November 13, 2002, following the Fateh attack on Kibbutz Metzer in which the PLO took credit for murdering a mother, her two children, a school teacher and the kibbutz secretary, is . . . (No fallacious condemnations this time either in PA Run Press)
Where do you prefer to conduct martyrdom attacks?
Option no. 1: Inside the 1948 lines?
Option no. 2: Inside the 1967 lines?
Option no. 3: Within both the 1948 and 1967 lines?
Option no. 4: Not to continue to attack at all?"
Here are the results so far, after five days of interactive murder polling:
Option no. 1: Kill Jews inside the 1948 lines: 5.80%
Option no. 2: Kill Jews inside the 1967 lines: 11.59%
Option no. 3: Kill Jews inside the 1948 and 1967 lines: 66.34%
Option no. 4: Not to kill at all: 16.26%
The Creative Murder Web Design Award will be provided to Mr. Edward Abington, the former US State Department official and 1993-1997 US Consul in Jerusalem who is now the registered foreign agent for the PLO in Washington, based at Bannerman Associates, which is located at:888 16th Street, N.W. 7th Floor, Washington, DC 20006
A copy of the Creative Murder Web Design Award will also be presented to Mr. Martin Indyk, the former US state department official and former US ambassador to Israel who now runs the Sabban Center For Near East Policy at the Brookings Institution.
Mr. Indyk gained notoriety for publicizing a falsified report on April 24, 1996 that Arafat had convened a special session of the Palestine National Committee to cancel the PLO covenant which called for Israel's extermination. The PNC did meet on that day, and decided to form a committee to consider changes in its charter. (Never Did It) The US congress had enacted binding legislation that forbid Arafat from entering the US without the necessary changes in the PLO charter. Indyk sent the White House, State Department and Congress a letter in which he announced that the PNC had cancelled the PLO covenant.