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This Once Even the Right Could be Right [1976: When progressives admitted conservatives are right re Palestinian GENOCIDAL terrorists]
In Search of Facts (Netherlands) ^ | 1976

Posted on 06/17/2021 10:29:31 AM PDT by Conservat1

In Search of Facts, Ideas and Challenges, Volume 5, Issue 80. Volume 8, Issue 159
Institute for the Study of Relevant Progressivism, 1976 The P.L.O. - What Sort of Precendent?

This Once Even the Right Could be Right

professing its genocidal ambition openly, without hiding it in any disguise whatever. Its leader, Ahmed Shukairy, kept making a point of it that the Arabs were absolutely literal when speaking of pushing the Israelis into the sea. Following the military disaster Israel that year inflicted on the Arabs, they were internationally overheard discussing the public relations error of their past genocidal candor. Heads of Arab states and Palestinian leaders were voicing this tactical self-criticism in newspaper interviews and articles, in radio and television broadcasts, in speeches before parliaments.

The adjustments made in the aftermath of this self-criticism included the replacement of the undiplomatic Ahmed Shukairy with the highly diplomatic Yassir Arafat as leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization . Also included was a new semantic formula which, incorporated in the Charter of the PLO, for the first time provided however thin and tortuous a camouflage of the genocidal ambition. What used up until that point to be loudly and proudly advertised was now being pro forma denied whenever necessary, accompanied by a meaningful wink of an eyelid.

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TOPICS: History
KEYWORDS: ahmedshukairy; history; iran; israel; kenyanbornmuzzie; plo; shukairy; socalledpalestinians; waronterror; wot

1 posted on 06/17/2021 10:29:31 AM PDT by Conservat1
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2 posted on 06/17/2021 10:31:39 AM PDT by BenLurkin (The above is not a statement of fact. It is either opinion, or satire. Or both.)
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