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Palestinian official daily declares CIA behind Islamic attack on Moscow
Palestinian Media Watch (www.pmw.org.il) has translated an article from the Palestinian official daily "Al-Hayat Al-Jadida", controlled by Arafat and his thugs. In this excuse for a newspaper, the writer claims that the attack in Moscow by the Islamic terrorists were nothing but a CIA plot:
A senior writer in the Palestinian Authority official daily claims that the attack in Moscow by Islamic terrorists was a CIA plot. According to the writer, the US hopes that having the Russians suffer a Muslim terror attack will convince them to vote with the US in the UN in support of attacking Iraq. France, who also has been opposing the US on the coming UN vote, may be next in line to suffer a Muslim terrorist attack initiated by the US, according to the Palestinian Authority daily. The following is from the text of the article:
Nothing gets printed on Al-Hayat Al-Jadida unless the censors from Yasser Arafat give the green light. Of course, what should we expect from people who in the 21st centuty still believe that "The Protocols of Zion" are not a forgery?
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