PLO Wishes Happy Passover to Israelis, Infuriating Hate-Fed Palestinians


As some Palestinian leaders want normalization, and send holiday wishes, other Palestinians, that have sadly been breastfed & raised on the indoctrination of hatred from PA-TV, schools and social media, ardently opposed any ‘Holliday Blessings to Jews.’

By Israel Today Staff


A senior member of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and the ruling Fatah faction (and therefore of the Palestinian Authority) extended Passover greetings to Israelis on Sunday, sparking a wave of angry reactions by Palestinians.


Mohammed al-Madani is head of the Palestinian Committee for Interaction with Israeli Society, so it is his job to issue such statements.

But a growing number of Palestinians don’t want normalization and friendly relations with Israel, and so view al-Madani and his overtures as traitorous to the Palestinian cause.

Al-Madani came under similar fire last month when he led a Palestinian delegation on a condolence visit to the family of a senior Israeli general who had died in a plane crash.

In his Passover greeting, al-Madani wrote:

“Hearty greetings and congratulations to you for the holiday of freedom.

“May the Palestinian people also win freedom, and we would establish our state next to the State of Israel and peace would prevail in our region.

“They all said ‘Amen’. Happy Holiday.”


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One comment

  1. Phil Pat says:

    Never thought I’d say thankyou, well done PLO. Just need to educate the others and especially the crazies that scream to “wipe Israel off the face of the earth”. If some mad men do get their hands on a bomb to wipe out Israel, they would have to sacrifice the Palestinians as well. Why not build a city and call it Palisrael OR Isrealistine and populate with “the GOOD people of both cultures” I bet it would become the most loving city in the whole world …. Just a thought

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