Today was an interesting day in Arafat's brutal and corrupt dictatorship. Thousands of Palestinians gathered to demonstrate their discontent in front of the Ra'is' Gaza headquarters. "Work!," "Bread!" they demanded. It seems that the economic disaster brought upon the Palestinians by Arafat and other terrorist leaders is finally reaching critical levels. With nearly 80% unemployment among Palestinians, it is no surprise that the people are angry -- and with good reason.
And so the crowd of 4,000 enraged Gazans broke through the gates of Arafat's compound, while the dictator's guards looked on without lifting a finger. Arafat himself, the cause of the people's misery, was still sitting in Ramallah scheming to maintain his iron grip on the unemployed and impoverished Palestinian people. At the same time, European nations announced that they would support Arafat if "elected" again.