Monday, January 23, 2012

Dan Williams conceals Fatah's reason for the season

Nearly two weeks after the event, Reuters finally got around to reporting on the call to kill Jews by the Palestinian Authority's most senior cleric, Mufti of Jerusalem Mohammed Hussein.

But note how Reuters correspondent, Dan "Willful" Williams, deliberately misrepresents the occasion on which the Mufti made his comments:
Preaching on January 9 at a rally marking the 47th anniversary of Fatah's founding, Mufti of Jerusalem Mohammed Hussein read out a Hadith, or traditional text attributed to the Prophet Mohammad.
"The hour of judgment will not come until you fight the Jews," he said. "The Jew will hide behind the stone and behind the tree. The stone and the tree will cry, 'Oh Muslim, Oh Servant of God, this is a Jew behind me, come and kill him'."
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' political party, Fatah, was founded in 1959.

Actually, the Palestinian rally two weeks ago where the Mufti incited for Muslims to murder Jews marked the 47th anniversary of Fatah's first attempted bombing attack, the inaugurating event in the group's continuing terror campaign designed to destroy Israel.

A celebratory Arab raison d'etre Williams would clearly rather his audience not know.

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