Former Palestinian terrorist Mohammed Arif Masad (Youtube/Screenshot) (Youtube/Screenshot)
Mohammed Arif Masad

Masad was part of the infamous Fatah Black Panthers terror cell that carried out a number of terrorist attacks against Israel in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Mohammed Arif Masad, a former Palestinian terrorist turned peace activist, explains the dangers and hypocrisy of establishing a Palestinian Arab state in a new video released by the pro-Israel organizations Im Tirtzu and Canadians for Israel’s Legal Rights.

In 1991, he was arrested by Israel and sentenced to jail after his terror cell conducted a failed mission to kidnap an IDF soldier.

He has since renounced terrorism and advocates for peace and against the corruption of the Palestinian Authority and all those who support it.