Yesterday, November 11th, refers to the sixteenth anniversary of the plight of founding president Yasser Arafat, "Abu Ammar".

The pioneering attacker and pioneer "Abu Ammar" died on November 11, 2004, after he had put in place a strong progressive methodology, and after a despicable Israeli attack on the official Al Qaeda camp, which came as a reaction to his strong positions and adherence to them. General constants.

The various stages of the general battle since the beginning of the contemporary rebellion have benefited from Arafat's tremendous experience, will, and dedication despite all the difficulties, as he turned many calamities into victories recorded by history.

Abu Ammar was born in Jerusalem on August 4, 1929, and his full name is Muhammad Yasser, and Abdul Raouf Daoud Suleiman Arafat al-Qudwa al-Husseini, and received instructions in Cairo, and participated as a rescue official in the Egyptian armed forces. Strength in the face of the tripartite hostility against Egypt in 1956.

He studied at the Faculty of Engineering at Fouad I University in Cairo, and since his childhood he participated in the re-development of the Palestinian public through his training in the positions of the Palestine Students' Union, which later assumed control of the administration.

The deceased, along with a crowd of Palestinian loyalists, was interested in building the Palestinian national liberation movement 'Fatah' in the 1950s, and he became its official representative in 1968, and he was chosen as Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization in February 1969 after Ahmed Al-Shugairi was involved in the situation before that and Yahya. Hammouda

As the Commander in Chief of the Joint Command of the Palestinian Revolutionary Forces and the Lebanese National Movement, Abu Ammar led throughout mid-1982 the fight against the Israeli aggression on Lebanon, and he also led the skirmishes of stability during the war. The attack that the attacking Israeli forces struck around Beirut for an 88-day period ended with a peaceful agreement to leave the Palestinian contestants out of Madinah, when the book asked Yasser Arafat again to leave him across the ocean to Tunis on a Greek boat for his car. He answered at the next stop: "I am going to Palestine."

Yasser Arafat and the initiative of the Palestine Liberation Organization and its staff came to be visitors to Tunisia, and since then began his tireless steps towards Palestine.

On October 1, 1985, Yasser Arafat barely escaped the Israeli strike that targeted the "Hammam al-Shat" area in Tunisia, which led to the downfall of many Palestinian and Tunisian parents and wounded, and when matters began in 1987, openness and dynamism on more than one level. After a compromise was reached between the opposition Palestinian political forces in a binding joint meeting of the Palestinian National Council, Arafat began leading the battles on a few fronts. He supported the unbelievable harshness of the Palestinian camps in Lebanon, coordinated the stone uprising that broke out in Palestine against the occupation in 1987, and continued the political battles at the global level to improve recognition of the Palestinian mind and fairness to their desires.

Moreover, after the revelation of the autonomy of Palestine in Algeria on the fifteenth of November 1988, on the thirteenth and fourteenth of December of the same year, at the United Nations General Assembly, the Palestinian Peace Initiative was sent to investigate The only harmony. In the Middle East, where the General Assembly at that time moved to Geneva. As a result of the United States ’refusal to grant him an entry visa to New York, and this activity depended on the selection of the American organization headed by Ronald Reagan on the 16th of the same month, to start a conversation with the Palestine Liberation Organization in Tunisia, starting from March 30, 1989.
In 1993, Yasser Arafat and the previous Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin marked the "Oslo" Declaration of Principles arrangement between the Palestine Liberation Organization and the legislature of Israel at the White House on the thirteenth of September, whereby Yasser Arafat got back to Palestine as the top of the PLO framework. Consequently, the initial phase during the time spent accomplishing the Palestinian long for return and autonomy.

On January 20, 1996, Yasser Arafat was chosen President of the Palestinian National Authority all in all decisions, and the way toward building the establishments of the Palestinian state started since that time. 

After the disappointment of the Camp David dealings in 2000 because of Israeli resoluteness and Yasser Arafat's astuteness not to bargain Palestinian rights and abuse their basics, the Al-Aqsa Intifada ejected on September 28, 2000, and Israeli powers encompassed Arafat in his central command, under the appearance of blaming him for driving the uprising, and overran a few urban areas all the while. It was known as the "Defensive Wall", and kept the attack applied to it in a limited space that comes up short on the base conditions for human life. 

The saint Yasser Arafat spent away 16 years back with his body, yet he abandoned a tradition of battle and public accomplishments that actually exist from which ages can keep on battling for freedom and assemble the establishments of the Palestinian state. Abu Ammar was a warrior conveying a firearm, yet rather a moving pioneer, the establishments of things to come Palestinian state. ; Starting with the PLO circles that managed different parts of the social, political, financial, and social existence of the Palestinian public, and finishing with the foundation of the Palestinian National Authority on May 4, 1994 on the country after a long excursion of battle and severe battle.
The circumstances of Arafat’s martyrdom remain to this day ambiguous, and the investigation that is being conducted by a national investigation committee in charge of this matter is still ongoing.