JERUSALEM, ISRAEL (Worthy News)– Palestinian Authority's Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah organization posted a video on its Facebook page just four days after the kidnapping of three Israeli teenagers, saying "Stop and consider, sons of Zion, that death is near…"
Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, Fatah's military wing, is described as "the rival in the land who burns the foreign enemy" and who will "reach the enemy everywhere."
"Stop and consider, sons of Zion, that death is near…
All you'll get from us is death
Stop and consider a thousand times
That a revolution sparks with a flame
Fatah is like a rock, whose soldiers love to fight"
Meanwhile to the English media outlets, Palestinian Leader Mahmoud Abbas condemned the abduction of three Israeli teenagers, one of which is an American citizen.
"Those who kidnapped the three teenagers want to destroy us. We will hold them accountable," Palestinian Leader Mahmoud Abbas said.
Tzipi Livni, Israel's justice minister, praised Abbas' for his "important, correct and accurate representation of reality."
However, Amin Maqboul, a member of the Fatah Revolutionary Council, said the overwhelming majority of Palestinians support the abductions. Moqboul told the Jerusalem Post, the recent remarks by the PA president were intended to "spare Palestinians the dangers of Israeli aggression and avoid international pressure."
"Abbas will be judged by his actions, not words, and his "real test" is dismantling his agreement with Hamas," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu office stated.
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