A new public opinion poll among the Arab residents of Judea, Samaria and Gaza found that an overwhelming majority supports continuing the ongoing terror wave to the bitter end.
The poll was conducted by the Watan Research Center between November 14-21 and included 1,167 Arab respondents.
A full 72% said they support continuing the "Al-Quds (Jerusalem) Intifada," as it has been termed, until it achieves its "goals," which they were later asked to define.
No less than 44% of the Arab public expressed support for an armed intifada terror war using guns, 18% gave support to stabbing attacks, and 14% supported attacks throwing rocks at Israelis.
The goal of the intifada terror war according to 48% of the Arabs is the "liberation of Palestine," indicating the conquest and occupation of all of Israel.
According to 15.2% the goal is the dismantling of the "settlements," 12.8% defined the goal as the release of the terrorists jailed in Israel, to 11.7%, the goal is to "liberate" only the territory over the 1949 Armistice lines, and 11.9% indicated other goals.
A full 67% think the most important step that the Palestinian leadership needs to take is the establishment of a unified leadership, in an evident call for the Palestinian Authority (PA) and Hamas unity agreement sealed in April 2014 torpedoing peace talks with Israel to be implemented.
Another 21% called for the leadership to adopt a strategy based on an agreed upon goal, and 10.4% demanded that the Palestinian Arab organizations start launching "military" activities.