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Press: Clarification on documents found in Ramallah. Success or not as part of "Operation Defensive Shield?: Miri Eisin "First of all that was what part of the mission was apart of the success of this operation. What do I mean? In Ramallah we entered into Arafat's compound, we went into what was there government... click for more    (ID • 1050)

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Press: Clarification on documents found in Ramallah. Success or not as part of "Operation Defensive Shield?: Miri Eisin "First of all that was what part of the mission was apart of the success of this operation. What do I mean? In Ramallah we entered into Arafat's compound, we went into what was there government, the only office we didn't go into was Yasar Arafat's himself and in all the other offices we took out the documents. I'll give you the humouristic side of it now they're are coming out against us in the Palestinian authority and the civil authorities saying we took away their documents and how can they work now having taken away all there documents but, that's the humoristic side with have to have in miltary intelligence. When you take away the beaucratic side of the government you see how it's run what we were looking for in the end wasn't just the find a list of the employees at the PA, interesting but not that important, we were looking for the documents that mainly have to do with terrorism and what I mentioned as funding terrorism, terrorism costs money, people have this idea that someone wakes up in the morning and finds an explosive charge and goes and explodes and it's not like that. Terrorism is something that is based in ideology and education in funding and it takes alot of money and finding the people that you educated who is willing to go out there and explode and bringing the person out to where he needs to get to, and all these things we found within the documents in a variety of offices, within the Ramallah compound, it's not the only place we took documents from, in all the cities we entered civil authorities, the mayor's building, the Governor's etc we took different documents. The overall picture now as we understand is the following, is that Arafat personally, with his signature funds certified terrorists. To say that he funds members of his party The Fatah is to say he had no idea what they were doing. Many of these people were people on Israel's wanted list and had been given to Arafat on several occasions and he himself both signs and designates the amount. There is a direct connection between Paleistinian Authority security functions and the equivilent to the FBI and CIA and whatever within the PA who both funded terrorist organisations, certainly knew of their activities and did not stop them and helped out in some of the cases in Jenin where we had the most extreme problems in that sense. In addition you see from underneath how much terrorism costs. We found invoices where there are demands for money for explosives and for building rockets. These were things to a certain extent I can say we were surprised, you don't really expect to find a receipt for RPG7's, another humoristic side, it was written in Arabic and RPG was written in english, if you know in Arabic there is no P, there is only a B, and it was written as RBG7, it's the way they say it, and those are against the Oslo agreement and we found a receipt in the Chief Financial officers office for having lent out 7 RPG7's, so these are all the evidences of A: against the Oslo agreement and B: for funding terrorism. It's important now to try to understand and show these documents to the people that one of the problems is European funding all of these things we are trying to bring out and translate, all of this we are doing as best as you can."
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