The long overdue beat-downs continue.
What a difference from the Obama administration, which by its jihad-sympathizing, Jew-hating hand, made Trump possible.
Addressing the Palestinian General Council on Jan. 14, the terrorist-now-President Abbas launched a now infamous, antisemitic tirade virtually ignored by the jihad aligned world press.
Mahmoud Abbas “revealed his true beliefs,” said Prime Minister Netanyahu, after the Palestinian leader gave a shocking two-hour speech in which he denied any Jewish connection to Israel, ripped into Britain, made appalling anti-Semitic smears and even cursed President Trump.
He called Israel a “colonial enterprise” conspiracy:
“This is a colonial enterprise that has nothing to do with Jewishness. The Jews were used as a tool under the concept of the promised land — call it whatever you want. Everything has been made up.”
Attacking Trump’s Jerusalem decision, he used the phrase Yekhreb beitak, which means “May God demolish your house”. The phrase can have different connotations, from a harsh to a casual insult, but is often regarded as cursing.
He will continue to support payments to Palestinian terrorists and their families:
“Prisoners and their family members are our sons, and we will continue to give them stipends.”
“Israel has imported frightening amounts of drugs in order to destroy our younger generation.”
He refused to let go of his upset with Britain:
“we continue to demand an apology from the British for the Balfour Declaration, and we will continue to demand their recognition of a Palestinian state.
He lashed out at the US, Israel, Britain and even other Arab leaders, whom he told to “go to hell” for criticising him. He pronounced the peace process dead, and accused Israel of killing it.
He fabricated a complete lie about Theodor Herzl:
“Herzl’s phrase ‘a land without a people for a people without a land’ was made up. He arrived here and saw a people, and for that reason, spoke of the need to get rid of the Palestinians.”
About Ambassador Friedman and Ambassador Haley:
“U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman is a settler who is opposed to the term occupation. He is an offensive human being, and I will not agree to meet with him anywhere. They requested that I meet him and I refused, not in Jerusalem, not in Amman, not in Washington. U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley too, she threatens to hit people who hurt Israel with the heel of her shoe, and we’ll respond in the same way.”
Meanwhile, PM Netanyahu said, “I think Abbas is doing what he’s doing because he apparently fears a US-led peace initiative. He’s trying to remove the Americans from their capacity as mediators and replace them with someone else.
“For too long, the Palestinian Authority has been coddled by the international community, which dared not to speak truth to them—not on Jerusalem, not on recognizing Israel and regarding other measures and demands made by them. They have always gotten a soft touch, and now that’s changed. It’s the first time somebody told the truth to their faces,” Netanyahu stated.
Haley slams Abbas over ‘hate-filled’ speech
By Michael Wilner, January 25, 2018:
“Hate-filled speeches and end-runs around negotiations take us nowhere,” US Envoy tells UN Security Council.
WASHINGTON — Following a warning from President Donald Trump that the United States will cut aid to the Palestinians if they refuse to enter peace talks with Israel, his ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, specified the administration’s criticism to PA President Mahmoud Abbas, questioning his ability to lead his people to peace.
Haley focused her criticism of Abbas around a speech he delivered earlier this month that has “gotten little attention in the media,” she told a monthly gathering of the UN Security Council.
“He rejected any American role in peace talks. He insulted the American president. He called for suspending recognition of Israel,” Haley says, slamming Abbas for spreading “outrageous and discredited conspiracy” theories, which included the assertion that Jews have no claim to the land.
“Hate-filled speeches and end-runs around negotiations take us nowhere,” she said, comparing Abbas’ rhetoric to that of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat’s speech to the Knesset in 1977, months shy of an historic peace agreement. “I ask here today, where is the Palestinian King Hussein? Where is the Palestinian Anwar Sadat? If President Abbas demonstrates he can be that type of leader, we would welcome it. his recent actions demonstrate the total opposite.”
Within an administration divided over whether to slash funding to the Palestinians in part or in whole, Haley has been an advocate for draconian cuts. Her short tenure as ambassador to the UN has been dominated by her robust defense of Israel in its many agencies.
“We will not chase after a Palestinian leadership that lacks what is needed to achieve peace,” she said.
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