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PFLP pledge’s to resist negotiations

Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP).

PFLP marks the ninth anniversary of the assassination of Comrade Leader Abu Ali Mustafa with pledge to resist negotiations.  

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine marked on August 27, 2010 the ninth anniversary of the assassination of its leader General Secretary Abu Ali Mustafa by an Israeli occupation rocket in 2001. As the Palestinian people confront a new round of threats to their national cause and national existence, the legacy of Comrade Abu Ali Mustafa remains always, in his words, a legacy of “resistance, not compromise.” PFLP organizations throughout occupied Palestine marked this anniversary with a deep commitment to resist the new round of “direct negotiations” and to uphold Palestinian national rights, particularly the right to return, and Palestinian national unity, and carry forward the commitment of Comrade Abu Ali Mustafa in a new era of struggle.

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PFLP on the second anniversary of the loss of Al-Hakim: Revolutionaries never die!

The following is from the website of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine:

On the second anniversary of the loss of Al-Hakim, Dr. George Habash, the founder of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and the Arab Nationalist Movement, the Front pledged to remain on the path and fulfill the goals of Al-Hakim and all of the martyrs of our people and our nation, until return and liberation, on the path of democracy, justice and unity, pledging that revolutionaries never die – and that the example of Al-Hakim as a thinker, organizer, and revolutionary leader will live on immortally in Palestine, the Arab nation and internationally.

In the Front’s statement, issued on January 26, 2010, the PFLP said that Al-Hakim was a historic leader who lit a flame in the darkness of occupation, aggression and oppression, the flame of popular revolution and the path of freedom that shatters the shackles of dependency and hegemony, raising the banner of resistance and unity as the only path for the restoration of our land and our freedom.

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PFLP leader Ahmad Sa’adat must go free

Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) on the kidnapping and imprisonment of Ahmad Sa’adat. We urge all of our readers to support the efforts to secure his immediate release.

On the eighth anniversary of the kidnapping of Comrade Sa’adat, PFLP condemns PA security cooperation with occupier

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine denounced the Palestinian Authority and its security forces for the kidnapping of its General Secretary, Comrade Ahmad Sa’adat on January 15, 2002, on the eighth anniversary of that plot to arrest Comrade Sa’adat at the behest of the occupation. On January 13, 2010, the PFLP called upon all to learn from the lessons and experiences of relying on U.S. and Israeli promises and warned against tampering with the Palestinian home front with schemes of security cooperaiton that only serve the occupation and its goals of liquidating proven and reliable national leadership.

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42 years of the PFLP: Time for a new political era of resistance and national liberation

The following statement is from the website of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a Marxist-Leninist organization that has now been waging armed struggle against Imperialism, Zionism, and Arab reaction, and for socialism and national liberation, for 42 years. They fight for a singular, secular Palestinian state in all of historic Palestine. The PFLP’s General Secretary, Ahmad Sa’adat, is imprisoned by Israel.

PFLP statement on 42nd anniversary: Time for a new political era of resistance and national liberation

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine stands today, 42 years from its founding on December 11, 1967. The PFLP was founded in response to the defeat of regimes and ideologies in the June 1967 war, and took action to initiate resistance in all forms on a strategic, long-term basis, mobilize the masses of the Palestinian Arab people to fight, neutralize the technological advantage of the occupation war machines through lightning attacks, and defeat the enemy and the entire Zionist and imperialist colonial scheme.

Looking at the anniversary of the founding of our Front, it was a culmination of the historic experience of our people throughout generations of confrontation of successive colonialist and Zionist attacks. It was an extension of this existing struggle and a quantitatively new expression that transformed and upgraded the movement, intellectually, politically and organizationally, growing from the glorious experience of the Arab Nationalist Movement, led by the founder of the ANM and the PFLP, Comrade Dr. George Habash.

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7th Anniversary of PFLP Leader Abu Ali Mustafa’s Martyrdom

The following article is from the website of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a Marxist-Leninist organization that has been waging armed struggle for national liberation and socialism against U.S.-Israeli occupation for 40 years.

7th anniversary of Abu Ali Mustafa launched in Arraba, Jenin

PFLP poster of Abu Ali Mustafa

PFLP poster of Abu Ali Mustafa

In Arraba, Jenin, Abu Ali Mustafa’s village, a mass rally took place on August 23, 2008, in the courtyard of Abu Ali Mustafa Secondary School, launching the series of events marking the seventh anniversary of Comrade Leader Abu Ali Mustafa’s martyrdom. Abu Ali Mustafa, then the General Secretary of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, was assassinated on August 27, 2001, by an Israeli missile fired from an attack helicopter as he worked in his office in Ramallah.

The event took place with the participation of hundreds of students and villagers. Comrade Nasser Abu Aziz, member of the Central Committee of the PFLP, delivered the keynote speech on behalf of the PFLP, stressing upon the principles of Abu Ali Mustafa, which called for the continuation of struggle under any circumstances for the liberation of Palestine, and upholding the Palestinian national principles of the right of return and self-determination. Comrade Abu Aziz stressed calling upon Hamas and Fateh to uphold one constant at this moment, to respect and to end the spilling of Palestinian blood by other Palestinians in internal conflicts.

The Union of Palestinian Women’s Committees participated in organizing the event and distributed a statement marking the anniversary, as well as the Palestinian Student Action Front, who distributed 150 awards for students. The students also performed debkeh, a musical march and other cultural performances. Continue reading