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"Palestinian" Arab: (infamous Holocaust-denier) Issa Nakheh, at 'Muslim convention in Chicago' 1997

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"Palestinian" Arab: (Holocaust-denier) Issa Nakheh, at 'Muslim convention in Chicago' 1997
Following is from an anti-Israel propagandist's letter to CSMonitor and in April 21, 1997:

Palestinian Christians' role
Letters - CSMonitor.com
April 21, 1997

In "Palestinian Christians Weigh a Growing Role in Uprising" (March 31), the author makes an important point concerning the Palestinian Christians' (lack of) participation in the uprising against Israeli occupation.

They have a history of support for a negotiated settlement, and many do indeed favor secular groups like Arafat's Fatah over the Islamists. ...

While there certainly are local Christians who disagree with the Islamic movement, many others choose to support the Islamists. One is Issa Nakhleh, a .. Palestinian Christian historian, who recently attended a Muslim convention in Chicago to support Islamic rights in the Holy Land. .. Christians like Mr. Nakhleh understand that the Islamists offer the only pragmatic approach to the Israeli .., not Arafat and the Palestinian Authority, who have simply taken over the Israeli Defense Force's job of policing the Palestinians who ..

John J. Kielty
Athens, Ohio


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