The Palestinian hoax revealed :Terrorists to claim control of Gaza and decide who will become the "real owners of the land"
July 3, 2005
MIM: The Arab decision to declare that the land in Gaza is public property and denial that the land had any previous Arab owners is more evidence that the claim that there is a 'Palestinian (Arab) people is an abject hoax. The same hoax which rested on the myth that the Germans were an "Aryan Race" who needed to exterminate the Jews for 'lebensraum' is being played out by the Islamofacists of the PLO and Fatah.
"He said all the lands that Israel was planning to evacuate would be under the PA's control until the court rules otherwise".
PA Minister of Planning Ghassan Khatib announced that the PA was planning to establish a special civil court to determine the identity of the "real owners" of the lands belonging to the settlements in Gush Katif".
Kaddoumi to move headquarters to Gaza
Veteran PLO leader Farouk Kaddoumi, a staunch opponent of the Oslo Accords, has decided to move his headquarters from Tunis to the Gaza Strip after Israel evacuates the area, senior Palestinian Authority officials said on Thursday.
The officials said Kaddoumi's decision came following a meeting he held in the Jordanian capital of Amman with PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas. The two are in Amman to attend the meeting of the Fatah central committee.
In addition to Abbas and Kaddoumi, 14 other Fatah officials are participating in the three-day discussions, which began on Thursday.
Abbas and Kaddoumi met on Wednesday night and agreed that Kaddoumi would move to the Gaza Strip shortly after Israel completes its withdrawal from the area, said a PA official in Ramallah.
Kaddoumi is one of the few PLO leaders who refused to move to the West Bank and Gaza Strip after the signing of the Oslo Accords, which he has condemned as a sell-out to Israel.
Kaddoumi, who has openly challenged Abbas's leadership since the death of Yasser Arafat, is expected to be appointed as deputy chairman of the PA and PLO during the Fatah central committee meeting.
Abbas has been under heavy pressure from many Fatah leaders to name Kaddoumi as number two in the Palestinian leadership – a move that is likely to increase his chances of succeeding Abbas in the future.
The leaders of other Palestinian groups, including Hamas and the Marxist Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, have also expressed their desire to move to the Gaza Strip after the Israeli withdrawal.
PA National Security Adviser Jibril Rajoub arrived in Damascus on Wednesday for talks with Syrian officials on the latest developments in the Palestinian arena. Rajoub is also scheduled to meet with leaders of radical Palestinian groups to discuss the future of the Gaza Strip in the aftermath of the withdrawal. It was not clear if Rajoub was also planning to invite these groups to move their headquarters to the Gaza Strip.
PA Minister of Planning Ghassan Khatib announced that the PA was planning to establish a special civil court to determine the identity of the "real owners" of the lands belonging to the settlements in Gush Katif.
Any Palestinian who owned land in or around the settlements can appeal to this court, Khatib said.
He said all the lands that Israel was planning to evacuate would be under the PA's control until the court rules otherwise.
According to Khatib, only five percent of the settlement lands are owned by Palestinian families, while 95% will be classified as public property.
He said the PA had prepared political, security and economic plans to cope with the situation in the Gaza Strip and the northern West Bank after the Israeli pullout. He added that the PA was also planning to scan all the Jewish settlements for mines and explosives after the Israeli withdrawal.