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When the showdown came before last months divided Arab summit meeting, Arafat and the PLO were forced by Syrian President Hafez Assad, leader of the pro-Iran axis, to join a boycott of a summit whose aim was to organize a long-term strategy for the Palestinians crusade against Israel. Even though the PLO was dependent on Arab states for everything, when these states got together to plan a long-term strategy for the PLOs fight with Israel, the PLO sides with Iran.
It was uncomfortable, sure, but it sided with Iran. As observed above, the PLOs entire infrastructure was based in the Arab states.
For example, the Obama administration claims publicly to be enemy of Iran The US government pushes very hard for Israel to give strategic territory to PLO/Fatah in exchange for a promise of peace.It was just two weeks after the Ayatollah Khomeini returned to Iran and took power that the New York Times reported how Yasser Arafat had accepted an invitation to visit Teheran. Arafats group had sent arms to the [Iranian] revolutionary forces in the last four months and had trained Iranian guerillas since the early 1970s.Only four days later Arafat was already in Teheran, celebrating the Iranian theocratic Islamist revolution, and promising to help export it everywhere.It is obvious, however, that if Yasser Arafats ideology was to spread the Iranian Revolution, then he was an Islamist.Historian Howard Sachar, writing in 1982, agreed with how the New York Times To understand just how intimate the relationship between the Islamist Iranian government and PLO/Fatah, one must take into account that such a strong alliance with the Iranian Shiites angered almost every Arab government that was supporting PLO/Fatah.