- From Arabic فتح (fataḥ), a reverse acronym (meaning literally ‘opening’) for حركة التحرير الوطني الفلسطيني (ḥarakat al-taḥrīr al-waṭanī al-filasṭīnī) ‘Liberation Organization of the Palestinian Nation’. (Wiktionary)
“HAZEM ABU SHANAB, FATAH OFFICIAL: The shooting against the Fatah supporters is something very, very bad that we are looking for.”
“FATAH OFFICIAL (through translator): We in the Fatah movement still remain hopeful that people will exercise self-restraint as we have restrained ourselves.”
“MARWAN BARGHOUTI, FATAH PARTY: People blame Fatah and Mr. Arafat because we promised the people that during neg -- through negotiations, we will achieve our independence and an end for the Israeli occupation.”
“Palestine Note 20 Apr 2010 - FATAH LEADER DISMISSES ABBAS ILLNESS CLAIMS Arabic-language news reports have surfaced in past 24 hours claiming PA President Mahmoud Abbas is seriously ill, prompting Fatah officials to dismiss rumors that the government is covering up the …”
“When he returned to Jenin in the early 1990s, however, he was shocked by what he described as Fatah's thuggish tendencies.”
“In my plan, it would mean that nobody in Fatah, Hamas, or the Israeli government could stand for office in a one state solution.”
“Fatah is betting that Palestinians will recognize that Hamas brought them to this point:”
“Most of the leaders are unknown to Israelis, but they have enormous influence within Fatah institutions.”
“Then the UN can revisit 1947 and build a new state covering Jews and Palestinians by sidelining everybody who is in Fatah, Hamas and the Israeli government.”
“Fatah failed miserably, and used the money to line its own pockets – the weakness of Fatah is a self-inflicted wound.”
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