The Fatah movement, which was the strongest anti-occupation resistance movement in Palestine between 1965 and 1982, not only unsecured Palestinian soil for the Zionists, but also around the world wherever it could.
After leaving Beirut which it was considered the main base of this movement, Fatah’s military activity was sharply declining Until 1987, with the start of the first Palestinian intifada, Fatah returned to the jihadi square with the formation of the Al-Aqsa battalions.
After death of Yaser Arafat in 2004, with the leadership of Mahmoud Abbas, “Al-Aqsa battalions” were officially disarmed and practically, the resistance in the West Bank ended with compromise and treachery of Mahmoud Abbas.
One of the consequences that most of political analysts warned Trump was that, if Quds declared as Israel’s capital, it would break the Fatah 14 year silence and they may resume the military operation against the Zionists.
The Fatah movement’s yesterday operation can be considered as the spark of their return to jihadi operation against the Zionist and their belief in the path of armed resistance and freedom of Palestine.
Released images of Al-Aqsa Martyrs Battalions against Zionist