The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine is a Marxist group, but it is a servant of the jihad imperative, for were it not for the maximalist command to “drive them out from where they drove you out” (Qur’an 2:191), there would have been a peaceful solution to the Israel/”Palestinian” conflict long ago — which is not to say that the Israelis actually drove out the Muslim Arabs in significant numbers. They were told to leave in 1948 by Muslim leaders, who assured them that they would soon be able to return, once Israel was destroyed.
In any case, the PFLP itself says in response to this news out of Germany: “It is a well-established fact that the PFLP does not run in any elections anywhere in the world, nor does it seek to participate in any such elections.”
Very well. But the fact that Germany has allowed it to participate if it wants to is a sign of how much Germany has deteriorated. What next? The ISIS slate for the Budestag?
A Palestinian terrorist organization – officially on the terror lists of the European Union and the United States – has been cleared to field candidates in Germany’s upcoming parliamentary election.
Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), an Iran-backed terror group, was given a green light this week to campaign as a political party in September’s parliamentary election, the Jerusalem Post reported.
A German Interior Ministry spokeswoman told the Post that the ministry will not comment n whether it plans to ultimately ban the PFLP, which intends to run with the Marxist-Leninist Party of Germany.
The PFLP has been linked to numerous terror incidents, including a series of multiple-plane hijackings in the 1970s and the killings of numerous Israelis over the years. In 1997, according to Legal Insurrection, the group also hijacked a Lufthansa plane in an unsuccessful attempt to liberate Germany’s left-wing Baader-Meinhof terrorists.
More recently, the group was linked to the Juen death of a female Israeli police officer in Jerusalem, German newspaper Die Welt reported.