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In response to many requests we are distributing the translation of the complete article that appeared in the official PA daily, Al Hayat Al Jadida, with the many insulting and racial references to Condoleezza Rice. As stated in our report, these anti-American articles are part of a continuing trend of PA verbal attacks on the United States that are returning to the frequency and style common before 9-11, including personal insults and demonizing of the US.

Condoleezza Rice was the target this time, as the writer in the official Palestinian Authority daily, uses her race as the vehicle to launch what he obviously intends as personal insults.

The following is the complete text:
The Article´s Headline:
"A Light Upon the “Israeli” National Security Advisor!"

by Dr.Abd Al Aziz Al Maqaleh
Official PA daily,Al-Hayat Al-Jadida
June 23, 2002

“What is happening with the National Security Advisor evokes sadness and distress, and renders all the actions of former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright insignificant and limited, in comparison to the actions of the Advisor.

"I do not conceal that from the very onset of the election campaign which brought Bush Jr. to the White House, I was among those who were enthusiastic and pleased with George Bush’s taking the helm of the American Administration. This was despite the troubling doubts which surrounded his attainment of the most important position in the world. "I, as well as most of my colleagues who followed these elections, did not want the opponent, Al Gore, to get into the White House, because of what has been said of his developed and strong connections with the Jewish Lobby, and the “Israeli” entity in particular. This, although he -that is Al Gore- appeared to be the epitome of a soft and gentle man, and the things he said during the campaign were balanced and wise, and there was a touch of wisdom and repose to his conduct.

“My enthusiasm for George Bush II increased after he entered the White House and upon his chose to appoint to his administration two people from among the colored, a first in the history of American regime, the first: Secretary of State Colin Powell, and the second: National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice. We said then, both in private and in public, that these two colored senior officials are a part of the Third World, even if only due to the color of their skin, which should be reflected in their heart and soul, and inspire in them empathy for the problems of this Third World, whose situation is similar to that of their kinsmen among the neglected blacks of the country of Uncle Sam. The experience of the colored in the United States, the patronizing and racism, will remind both of them of the humiliation and looting of the natural riches suffered by Third World countries.

“But what happened after that was embarrassing and astonishing, and perhaps what happened with the dark complexioned lady, or, more accurately: black, the National Security Advisor evokes sadness and distress, and renders all the actions of former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright insignificant and limited, in comparison to the actions of the Advisor. This, bearing in mind that the press referred to Albright as a ‘wolf’.

"What compounds the astonishment is that the Black Lady always makes a point, whether the opportunity presents itself or not, of denouncing the Palestinians to the point where her positions and statements have come to be nearly daily lessons to the American people and the world, causing regret to every Arab who was optimistic about her arrival on the political scene, especially when comparing her stupid positions with Albright’s, who, time has proven had greater wisdom and sense of international responsibility, and was less aggressive than this pitiful woman who has dealt a blow to the image of the Black American in the eyes of the vast majority of the world’s inhabitants. In addition she increased the despair in the face of any hope that there will be more neutral officials in the American Administration, which is becoming increasingly pro-Zionist and identifying entirely with the continuous daily aggression against the unprotected Palestinian people who are struggling to regain their stolen rights.” (PMW.ORG.IL 06/27/02)

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