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Cash money and a lot of it will go to whoever can find what I am searching for.

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William K. Langfan

OpEds Protest against peace talks at PLO offices in Ramallah
Protest against peace talks at PLO offices in Ramallah

This letter has been sent to the editor with a request to make it public:

Dear Sir

The Palestinian Authority (PA) which is an extension of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) has now decided to convert their use of the words in Article Two of their 1968 amended 1964 Charter: "Palestine, with its boundaries at the time of the British Mandate, is an indivisible territorial unit."

Palestine has now become an Islamic "Waqf." It is forbidden to relinquish a single grain of soil (of it)" (an inalienable religious endowment in Islamic law).

Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) has recently translated a PATV program into various languages as follows: "Every grain of soil in Palestine is part of the blessed and holy Palestine; Palestine is an Islamic "Waqf." It is forbidden to relinquish a single grain soil (of it)." PATV June 11, 2016

Najeh Bakirat, head of the Wagf's Al-Aqsa Academy of Heritage and Antiquities and Muhammad Hussein, PA Grand Mufti, both of whom were appointed by Abbas, have also uttered this new "Waqf" concept. Abbas has not objected to the conversion of all of Palestine into an Islamic "Waqf."

I suggest that Secretary of State Kerry, the Prime Ministers of Europe, and J Street, et al, ask Abbas to comment on the Waqf assertions, and ask how could the PA negotiate with Israel, if Israel is not entitled to one grain of soil?

I have stated on many occasions that not one word of the 1968 amended 1964 Charter to destroy Israel has ever been specifically changed. Article 33 of the 1968 Charter clearly states that no changes can occur in the charter unless two-thirds of the PNC membership votes for a change.

I repeat my offer of a $250,000 Wells Fargo check to the first person who comes forth with a two-thirds PNC membership voted resolution which annuls the twelve Arafat alleged charter annulments, and the new language of the sixteen partially annulled Arafat charter articles.


William K. Langfan