The ‘Palestinian Exception’, practiced by the previous three US Presidents, involved allowing the PLO, PA and their supporters a ‘free-pass’ for behavior that would have otherwise been acknowledged as illegal, but ignored simply because the perpetrators were Palestinians or activists in their stead.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
When Rosh Hashanah ended on Tuesday evening, Jews discovered that over the holiday, the Trump administration had enacted two policies – one foreign and one domestic – that on their face, don’t appear to be connected. But actually, they stem from the same rationale. And both together and separately, these two policies give Jews much to be thankful for. Continue Reading »
Hamas Interior Minister insists border protests are peaceful, then says, “O Muslims, wherever you find a Zionist Jew, you must kill him because that is an expression of your solidarity with the al-Aqsa Mosque.”
By Israel Today Staff
One of the top Hamas leaders in the Gaza Strip last week again claimed that ongoing demonstrations along the coastal enclave’s border with Israel are “peaceful” in nature. With his very next breath, he encouraged local Muslims to slaughter every Jew they can get their hands on.
Speaking a funeral at the Great Omari Mosque in Gaza City, Fathi Hamad hailed the “success” of what he called “peaceful” protests at the Gaza security fence that have been going on since the end of March. Continue Reading »
As soon as the stone from the Western Wall fell, Palestinian officials began rallying to exploit the incident by reviving their century-long charge that ‘the Jews’ were planning to destroy the Al-Aqsa Mosque atop the Temple Mount in order to build their Third Temple.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
The stone that fell from the Western Wall earlier this week proves that Israel has devised a plan to destroy the al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, a spokesperson for the ruling Fatah faction headed by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas claimed on Thursday.
An Israel Antiquities Authority crane on Wednesday removed the 200-kg. Continue Reading »
Amid countries recently suspending their funding to the Palestinians after a new report revealed PA schools use Western money to teach the students to risk their lives and die as martyrs, the UK recently gave £20 million in aid to maintain Palestinian schools.
By Charles Gardner
As support for the Palestinian cause drops off even in the Arab world, news that Australia has cut a $7 million ‘lifeline’ to a death-cult is welcome indeed.
Maybe it’s also time for Britain to get real – especially in the wake of the barely reported stoning of Prince William’s vehicle – and acknowledge the need to stop encouraging terror with taxpayers’ money. Continue Reading »
At the request of Member of Parliament Joan Ryan, the British government, along with other donors states financing the PA education system, will review multiple examples of PA incitement in UNRWA textbooks against Israel and Jews.
– WATCH: UNRWA students [Palestinians] admit to being taught to hate Jews and kill them.
By Ben Ariel
The British government and other donors to the Palestinian Authority (PA) education system will undertake a review of incitement against Israel and Jews in Palestinian textbooks, JTA reported on Friday.
Official logos to six different UNRWA financed schools for Palestinian children that include the UN logo along with map of Israel replaced as ‘Palestine.’ – Photos: ElderOfZiyon.blogspot. Continue Reading »
Friends & Foes worldwide recognized the Palestinian leader’s antisemitic diatribe to the PLO’s Central Commettee as “vile” and “completely unacceptable,” with Sweden, the UN, EU, US, Germany, and even John Kerry, and Peace Now united in their condemnations and unimpressed with Palestinian leaders attempting to explain it away.
BY TOVAH LAZAROFF, TAMARA ZIEVE
Even Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’s diplomatic friends condemned him.
Friends and foes alike blasted Abbas as an “antisemite” and a “Holocaust denier,” after he charged that the Nazis killed Jews in the Holocaust because they were money lenders.
“The Holocaust did not occur in a vacuum, it was the result of thousands of years of persecution,” UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process Nickolay Mladenov said on Wednesday. Continue Reading »
Ambassador Danny Danon, Israel’s envoy to the United Nations, appeals to the Security Council to condemn Palestinian leader Mohmoud Abbas’ blaming of the Jews thenselves for of the Holocaust.
• Watch highlights of Abbas’ detestable rant.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon sent a letter to the UN Security Council demanding condemnation of the latest anti-Semitic remarks by Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.
“Such a hateful diatribe against a people who have undergone thousands of years of intolerable persecution, is completely unacceptable. I call on all leaders of good faith to condemn these repeated hateful remarks and demand a full and sincere apology from Mr. Continue Reading »
Monday’s diatribe at a meeting of the PLO Central Council by Mahmoud Abbas, was drenched in hateful allegations from the ‘reasons’ why Jews were massacred by Christians, to arguing Israel was a “colonial project with no relationship to Judaism.”
• Israel’s Education Minister Naftali Bennett: The Palestinian leader is “drenched in antisemitism from head to toe.”
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Reacting angrily to a controversial speech made by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday, Education and Diaspora Affairs Minister Naftali Bennett (Bayit Yehudi) said Wednesday that the Palestinian leader was “drenched in antisemitism from head to toe.”
“Abbas’s body is drenched with antisemitism, from head to toe. Continue Reading »
A Facebook spokesperson declined to comment on the disabling of Safa news site account, or on the accounts of 10 Safa editors, all closed.
By ADAM RASGON
Over the weekend, Facebook disabled the account of Safa, a Gaza-based Palestinian news site; it had almost 1.3 million followers.
Safa is widely seen as sympathetic to Hamas, but an employee at the news site said in a phone call that the media outlet is “independent” and “has no relationship with Hamas.”
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White House and State Department officials have repeatedly warned the Palestinian autocrat Mahmoud Abbas to end his personal, crude attacks on American officials and now passed the Taylor Force Act, paving a new US policy of no longer remaining apathetic in the face of official Palestinian terror in any form.
By Israel Today Staff
Washington’s patience for the Palestinian Authority leadership is nearly spent.
Ever since President Donald Trump came to the White House, US-Palestinian relations have been tense, to say the least.
Trump’s overt affinity for Israel, and his unwillingness to tolerate the outrageous claims and demands of Palestinian leaders is, according to most Israelis, a breath of fresh air. Continue Reading »
Palestinian autocrat Mahmoud Abbas’s Information Ministry published a report calling for the American ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, to be added to a “global terror list”.
– Dep. Minister Michael Oren suggests the U.S. deport their PA envoy, after Abbas’ government called for Ambassador Friedman to be labelled a ‘terrorist’.
By David Rosenberg
The Palestinian Authority has called for the American ambassador to Israel to be placed on an international terror watch list, days after PA chief Mahmoud Abbas called the ambassador a “son of a dog”.
PA officials ramped up their rhetoric against US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman on Thursday, with the PA’s Information Ministry publishing a report calling for Friedman to be added to a “global terror list”. Continue Reading »
The official spokesman for the Palestinian Authority kleptocrat Mahmoud Abbas, is threatening to increase the violence against Israel if the U.S. continues their endeavors in advancing the White House’s planned peace talks.
By Dalit Halevi
Nabil Abu Rudeineh, the official spokesman of Palestinian Authority (PA) chairman Mahmoud Abbas, on Sunday threatened increased violence against Israel in an attempt to thwart the American plan to renew talks between Israel and the PA.
Palestinian thug, Nabil Abu Rudeineh – Photo: Arabic media
The PA’s official news agency Wafa quoted Abu Rudeineh as saying that “all the plots aimed at eliminating the Palestinian problem will collapse because of the steadfastness of the Palestinian people and its adherence to the basic principles and legitimate rights.”
“Our path is clear and we stand behind Abu Mazen’s historic leadership, in order to oppose all the suspicious plans,” he added. Continue Reading »
Abbas appears to be fostering regional hostilities through his policies since Trump’s Jerusalem declaration. The PA autocrat is planning to stop the transfer of funds to Gaza for electricity, water, health and salary payments, blaming Israel for the resulting crisis, thereby forcing confrontations between Hamas and Israel.
Daniel Siryoti and Israel Hayom Staff
Defense officials are directly linking Friday’s car ramming attack, which killed two Israeli soldiers and seriously wounded two others, to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ policy of three resolute “noes,” first reported by Israel Hayom last week.
According to Abbas’ “three noes” policy, as long as U.S. Continue Reading »
With new proof of senior PA official’s incitement to kill Jews presented in a Knesset caucus, decision was taken to hold the Palestinian officials responsible, since they “cannot be allowed to promulgate incitement without legal proceedings being instituted against them.”
By Nitsan Keidar and Hezki Baruc
The Israel Victory Project together with the Knesset Israel Victory Caucus (KIVC) on Tuesday held a discussion on holding the Palestinian Authority, especially its senior officials, directly responsible for its murderous incitement.
During the caucus meeting, new evidence was presented against senior Palestinian Authority (PA) official Jibril Rajoub on incitement to murder. KIVC co-chairs MKs Oded Forer (Yisrael Beytenu) and Elazar Stern (Yesh Atid) introduced practical measures that Israel will take against the Palestinian Authority for their rejectionism and violent incitement. Continue Reading »
Because the 17 yr-old Ahed Tamimi stands accused of multiple assaults & assorted charges against IDF officer & soldier, and deemed ‘dangerous’, she will be held until trial on January 31.
– Ahed’s father: ‘When both the prosecutor & judge are soldiers, the decision was obvious.’
– WATCH video family posted online of the attack.
By Elisha Ben Kimon, Elior Levy
A military court on Wednesday ordered Palestinian teen provocateur Ahed Tamimi, 17, and her mother Neriman to be held in custody until trial.The trial of the younger Tamimi, who stands accused of assaulting an IDF officer and soldier, will begin on January 31. Continue Reading »