Barghouti, Islamic Jihad, Hamas plan 'intifada'

'People's plan for peace' a 'non-violent' assault on Israel's diplomatic standing, intends to damage infrastructure in Judea-Samaria.

Tova Dvorin ,

Marwan Barghouti
Marwan Barghouti
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Palestinian arch-terrorist Marwan Barghouti, Islamic Jihad, and Hamas have already set plans for the "next intifada," Walla! News reports Monday - even as Barghouti sits in an Israeli prison cell. 

Plans to overthrow "the Israeli occupation" include "non-violent" moves to retake lands Israel liberated after the 1967 Six-Day War - i.e. Judea, Samaria, and parts of Jerusalem - and make them into a "Palestinian state." 

Unlike the current wave of terror directed against Israel, this one - dubbed "The people's path to peace" - will allegedly be organized, premeditated, and under the auspices of a united pact between the various terror organizations and political bodies - and, instead of a physical focus, attack Israel's image and diplomatic standing. 

The program aims, as well, to pass several UN resolutions and other international sanctions against Israel; mandate the Palestinian 'right of return'; and release terrorists. 

Talks have included four major Fatah officials: Ahmed Ranim, Khadoura Fares, Sarhan Dwikat, and Muhammad Hurani. All were highly influential figures during the 1990s and are close personal friends of Barghouti. 

Meetings were held in Qatar with Hamas leadership, including with Khaled Meshaal, and in Istanbul, with Mousa Abu Marzuq, Saleh Al-Arouri, Osama Hamdan, Husam Badran and other noted terrorists. 

All have rejected any form of negotiations with Israel due to the "extreme right wing government" - i.e. the Likud-led government - and the plan has been concocted based specifically on the current Israeli political climate. 

Practically speaking, the terrorists have agreed to force thousands of Palestinian Arab drivers onto Israel's main roads, by blocking off roads to civilians in Judea and Samaria; to damage Jews' electricity, water, and internet systems in Judea and Samaria; and to organize mass demonstrations in Jerusalem. 

Diplomatically, they have agreed to retract the Oslo Accords and related agreements; the renouncement of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO)'s recognition of Israel until Israel recognizes a Palestinian state; the cessation of all security cooperation; and to conduct any and all future negotiations with Israel with international supervision. 

Implementation of the plan depends on cooperation between the various Palestinian factions, as well as the resignation of Palestinian Authority (PA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.