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January 14, 2010 Clip No. 2595

PA Airs the "Kalashnikov - Let Your Bullets Fly High" Song from a Cairo Event under the Auspices of PA President Mahmoud Abbas

Following is the transcript of a song performed by the Palestinian "Falluja Group" at a celebration held in Cairo and aired on Palestinian Authority TV on January 14, 2010.

Text on the wall behind the group reads:

Revolution until Victory

The Anniversary of the Palestinian Revolution

Under the auspices of President and General Commander

Mahmoud Abbas – Abu Mazen

Singers: Kalashnikov – let your bullets fly high. Kalashnikov.

There is no fear. As long as your bullets fly high, there is no fear.

Kalashnikov – let your bullets fly high.

There is no fear, as long as your bullets fly high.

In [the refugee camps of] Ein Al-Hilwa, Rashidiya, Nahr Al-Bared, and Nabatiya.

In Ein Al-Hilwa, Rashidiya, Nahr Al-Bared, and Nabatiya.

In Al-Wahdat, Al-Maghazi, Al-Bureij, Al-Yarmuk, Ein Al-Sultan, and Al-Fawwar.

Allah be blessed, these are real men.

These are the Palestinians.

Kalashnikov – let your bullets fly high. Kalashnikov.

There is no fear. As long as your bullets fly high, there is no fear.

Kalashnikov – let your bullets fly high.

There is no fear, as long as your bullets fly high.

Kalashnikov – let your bullets fly high.

There is no fear, as long as your bullets fly high.

This is a people of fedayin, for whom death is a sacrifice.

This is a people of fedayin, for whom death is a sacrifice.

This is a people of fedayin, for whom death is a sacrifice.

This is a people of fedayin, for whom death is a sacrifice.

If one of our people is martyred, a hundred will take his place.

Allah be blessed, they are real men.

Allah be blessed, they are real men.

These are the Palestinians.

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