"Processus de paix"
- Al-Aqsa Mosque Address: Preacher Ali Abu Ahmad Prays for Annihilation the Jews (20 mai, Vidéo 2mn) - "In an address delivered at the Al-Aqsa Mosque on May 20, 2016, as the month of Ramadhan drew near, Palestinian preacher Sheikh Ali Abu Ahmad said that he hoped that the Caliphate would be restored in the near future and called upon the armies of the Islamic nation to rally to the battle. Abu Ahmad prayed: "Oh Allah, protect the Al-Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Jews! Oh Allah, annihilate all the Jews! Oh Allah, enable us to kill them!" The address was posted on the Aqsa Call YouTube account".
- Fatah leader praises terrorist stabbers (PMW) - voir la vidéo ici (1mn24).
"Although the number of Palestinian terror attacks has lessened, Fatah leaders continue to praise the attacks of the terror wave. Recently, Fatah Central Committee member Abbas Zaki glorified the individual terrorists who chose to attack and murder Israelis with knives, saying they had “performed a miracle” causing Israelis to live under “curfew”:
“This people is greater than its leadership. The determination, willpower, and willingness to die for a dignified life are present among the youth who carried a knife after the disappearance of the Arab leadership, including the Palestinian. They performed a miracle by imposing a curfew within Israel with knives and rocks. Blessings to the mothers and fathers who gave birth to those who are marching on the path of light, without anyone having demanded it of them.” [Fatah Central Committee member Abbas Zaki’s Facebook page, May 16, 2016] [...]"
- Abbas’ advisor: “The Palestinians have been in this land for 5,000 years” (Vidéo 1mn12) - Mahmoud Al-Habbash: "Of course, we were the first to reside in this land. The first to reside in it. There was no one before us. Never was there a period in this history of this land when we were not in it".
- Abbas’ advisor: Jews “are thieves who stole the land… we have been here for 5,000 years” (Vidéo 1mn15) - Mahmoud Al-Habbash: "They [the Jews] claim that there was a Temple here. Those are unfounded claims, myths, and rumors. However, the problem between us and them is not a problem of religious or historical narrative. The problem is that they are thieves. The problem is that they are thieves who stole the land, and who want to steal the history".
- Mahmoud Abbas fabricates history: "The Bible says the Palestinians existed before Abraham..." (Vidéo 2mn03) - PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas: "This land was never without a people, as we have been planted in its rocks and dust and hills since the beginning of civilization and writing and the invention of the Canaanite-Palestinian alphabet more than 6,000 years ago."
- Abbas falsely claims 6,000-year-old Palestinian nation (PMW)
"In order to make Palestinians believe that they have an ancient history that precedes Jewish history in the land of Israel, Palestinian Authority leaders regularly fabricate tales of a 5,000- or sometimes 6,000-year-old Palestinian nation. Recently, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas and his advisor Mahmoud Al-Habbash each spoke on two different occasions about a Palestinian nation that they claim preceded Abraham in the land of Canaan. Abbas even misrepresented the Bible by claiming biblical support for his claims. [...]
Abbas' statement about the Bible is false. The only Biblical reference Abbas could be talking about is the text that Abraham dwelt "many days in the land of the Philistines." (Genesis 21: 34). However, the Philistines have no connection to today's Palestinian Arabs. The Philistines were a people of Greek origin who settled in the land of Canaan and lived beside the Israelite tribes. The Palestinians who are Arabs could not have had ancestors in the land from biblical times predating Israelite and Judean statehood because Arabs only arrived in the land in 637 CE with the Muslim invasion. Needless to say, the "Palestinians" are not mentioned in the Bible. Significantly, Abbas says that this "fact" - which is a fabrication - is what gives Palestinians a "right" to the land. [...]
PA leaders use this false historical narrative to indoctrinate their people to deny Jewish history in the land and instead adopt an imaginary Palestinian history. This ultimately serves to encourage Palestinians to deny Israel's right to exist and is the basis for Palestinian claims to the land. As Abbas said: "The Palestinians existed before Abraham. So why don't you recognize my right?" [Official PA TV, March 21, 2016] [...]"
- Peace education (Jerusalem Post editorial) - "It should come as no surprise that opinion polls consistently reveal Palestinians’ deep prejudices against Jews. Taught from a young age that Jews are oppressors, colonialists with no historical ties to the land and expansionists that seek to expel the Arab population, it is only natural that Palestinians will have negative opinions about them".
"Surveys carried out over the past few decades by respected Palestinian research institutes, as well as by international bodies such as the Pew Research Center and the Arab Barometer initiative, have consistently found Palestinians to hold bigoted and highly negative opinions of Israel and Israelis.
In nearly every single opinion poll that has been conducted among Palestinians, well over half surveyed have consistently expressed the opinion that Israel’s aspiration is to extend its borders to cover all the area between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea and to expel its Arab citizens.
Palestinians also think Jews have no historical roots in what they refer to as Palestine. In 2011, the American political consultant Stanley Greenberg commissioned a survey of Palestinian opinions on behalf of the Israel Project. Seventy-two percent declared it morally right to deny that “Jews have a long history in Jerusalem going back thousands of years,” while 90% said denying that Palestinians have “a long history in Jerusalem going back thousands of years” is morally wrong.
Similarly, in a 2015 survey commissioned for the Washington Institute for Near East Policy by David Pollock, fieldworkers from the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion asked residents of the West Bank and Gaza about Jewish rights to the land. Only 12 percent agreed that “Both Jews and Palestinians have rights to the land,” while more than 80 percent asserted that, “This is Palestinian land and Jews have no rights to it.”
These findings and others were compiled in a comprehensive essay by Daniel Polisar entitled “What do Palestinians Want?” that appeared in the November 2015 edition of the online magazine Mosaic.
Why is it that Palestinians hold such slanted opinions about Israel and Israelis? At least part of the answer lies in the educational messages taught to Palestinian children from a very young age, even at institutions belonging to the more “moderate” Palestinian leadership.
Delegitimization of Israel and the Jewish national movement; the presentation of Israel as an evil entity that needs to be eradicated; the deletion of Israel from maps of the region between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea; the fostering of a culture of martyrdom. These are some of the educational messages being conveyed to Palestinian schoolchildren in the official Palestinian Authority school system, according to a study by Impact-SE, a research center based in Jerusalem that analyzes education around the world based on standards set by UNESCO, as reported Monday by Ariel Ben Solomon, The Jerusalem Post’s Arab Affairs correspondent.
The following Hadith appears in a textbook presently used in the 11th grade by PA schools for Sharia Studies: “The Messenger [Muhammad] already announced [the good news of] the end of the Jews’ oppression upon this Holy Land and the removal of their corruption and of their occupation thereof...The End of Days will not take place until the Muslims fight the Jews, and the Muslims will kill them to a point that a Jew will hide behind a rock or a tree, and then the rock or the tree will say: ‘O Muslim, O God’s servant, there is a Jew behind me, so come and kill him...”
A seventh-grade textbook, Our Beautiful Language, refers to the pre-1967 Israel as “occupied” and talks of the “return” of Palestinians to this territory. An eighth-grade textbook, Reading and Texts, encourages students to wage jihad: “Oh brother, the oppressors have exceeded all bounds and jihad and sacrifice are necessary.” Israel still does not appear on textbook maps (with one exception) and the “Israeli occupation” is regularly used to refer to areas inside the Green Line such as Yaffo and Haifa.
It should come as no surprise, therefore, that opinion polls consistently reveal Palestinians’ deep prejudices against Jews. Taught from a young age that Jews are oppressors, colonialists with no historical ties to the land and expansionists that seek to expel the Arab population, it is only natural that Palestinians will have negative opinions about them.
Israeli intransigence, military aggression and settlement policy are often touted as the main obstacles to reaching peace. However, as long as the Palestinian educational system perpetuates hatred of Jews and rejects the concept of an Israeli state within any borders, it is difficult to believe that the next generation of Palestinians will be any more predisposed to peace than the generations that have preceded it."
- Green Party candidate declares support for BDS (Arutz 7)
"The Green Party presidential candidate, Dr. Jill Stein, on Monday released a statement in support of the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement. “The United States has encouraged the worst tendencies of the Israeli government as it pursues policies of occupation, apartheid, assassination, illegal settlements, demolitions, blockades, building of nuclear bombs, indefinite detention, collective punishment, and defiance of international law,” the Stein campaign said in a statement quoted by the Jewish Insider website. “Therefore, the Stein campaign calls for ending military and economic support for the Israeli government while it is committing war crimes and defying international law,” the statement added.
Stein, 64, a physician and a Jewish Chicago native, announced her candidacy for president last February. In 2012, Stein was endorsed by Israel critic linguist Noam Chomsky. She received 456,169 votes (0.36%), mostly in Alaska, Oregon and Maine, noted the Jewish Insider.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, while criticizing Israel’s conduct during the 2014 war in Gaza and touting his empathy for the Palestinian cause, acknowledged “there is some level of anti-Semitism” in the BDS movement. Nevertheless, Sanders is associated with some pro-BDS supporters, noted the Jewish Insider. Just recently, Sanders appointed Dr. Cornel West, a prominent supporter of the BDS movement, to the Democratic Party drafting platform committee in order to push for changes in the party’s policy on Israel. [...]"
- « ((( echo ))) », nouveau symbole de l’antisémitisme en ligne, Alexis Orsini (Le Monde.fr) - "Apparu en 2014 sur le site d’extrême droite américain The Right Stuff, le code antisémite censé incarner « l’écho [des noms juifs] à travers l’histoire », selon le lexique de propagande de ses créateurs, s’est depuis propagé en ligne. Nommée « Coincidence Detector » (« détecteur de coïncidences ») et utilisée par plus de 2 000 personnes, elle se basait sur un catalogue de noms supposés juifs pour rajouter automatiquement les triples parenthèses aux personnalités « correspondantes » sur toutes les pages visitées par les internautes".
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