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Video: How reality changes from Arabic to English
Mideasttruth.com just published a video on how reality changes when Palestinians report events to the Arab world or to the Western Media. The battle of Jenin is described as a hard fight on Palestinian TV, while it is described as a massacre on the Western media.
After the Oslo peace treaty in the beginning of the 90's, the Palestinian Authority was allowed to create a Police force and arm itself accordingly. As part of the same accords, many weapons were defined as illegal. Until a final peace agreement was to be reached, only this Police force was allowed to arm itself. The Palestinian authority accepted this condition when it signed the Oslo peace treaty.
The Islamic Jihad, the Hamas, and other Palestinian terrorist groups completely ignored the treaty and as soon as Israel gave the Palestinians autonomy, they armed themselves as much as possible. Arafat and the Palestinian authority did nothing to stop this illegal buildup of weapons.
The video shows some of the weapons found in dozens of bomb labs in Jenin.
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