Taxpayer Supported Palestinian Authority Rally Commemorates Saddam Hussein

Last year, Obama signed a waiver to begin sending hundreds of millions of dollars to the Palestinian Authority, despite its statehood bid. And that money helps subsidize events like this.

Following are excerpts from footage of a Fatah rally held in Gaza, which aired on PA TV on December 31, 2012.
Speaker: We shall never forget, accept, or ignore… Fatah has taught me courage and bravery, and how one should never keep silent about the truth.

We shall never forget the martyr of the Arab and Islamic nations, the martyred, venerable leader, Saddam Hussein Al-Majid.

Crowd applauds

Speaker: As you well know, today is the anniversary of his martyrdom.

Saddam Hussein hasn’t been sending money to the terrorists in a while. But Barack Hussein is sending them more money than Saddam ever did.

  • Michael Copeland

    Our Beloved Leader Caliph Hussein the Deceiver hath willed it so.

  • UCSPanther

    I guess the Palestinians never learned from Kuwait when they got expelled for openly supporting the Hussein regime…

    • objectivefactsmatter

      "I guess the Palestinians never learned from Kuwait when they got expelled for openly supporting the Hussein regime…"

      That was a long time ago and today at least half the population accepts anything 0'Bama won't openly object to. The "Palestinians" are victims of American colonialism you know.

  • objectivefactsmatter

    Where's the "No Blank Check for Fakestine" march for these a-holes?

  • http://www.adinakutnicki.com AdinaK

    Taxpayers subsidize more than marches commemorating killers and "martyred" naming of schools, camps, cultural centers etc. They aid in this too – http://adinakutnicki.com/2012/11/01/pa-statehood-

    Adina kutnicki, Israel – http://adinakutnicki.com/about/

  • Ghostwriter

    Somehow,the Palestinians celebrating Saddam Hussein doesn't surprise me. They have an affection for Adolf Hitler,one of the greatest mass murders in history,so them celebrating Saddam isn't that much of a surprise.