Fatah al-Intifada

Originally part of Fatah, Fatah al-Intifada broke away from the organization in 1983, during the Palestine Liberation Organization's participation in the Lebanese Civil War. The split was due to differences between Abu Musa and Yassir Arafat over a number of issues, including military decisions and corruption. Fatah al-Intifada was formed with Syrian support and quickly attracted a number of Palestinian guerrillas disillusioned with Arafat's role in Fatah and the PLO. Because of poor relations between the PLO and the Assad regime in Syria, Fatah al-Intifada has not been able to secure a role in today's Palestinian politics. Fatah  al-Intifada is vehemently opposed to negotiating with Israel and considers itself the only legitimate voice of the Palestenians.

Fatah al-Intifada, also known as Fatah Uprising is an active group formed c. 1983.
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