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The Palestinian Human Right to Kill Jews With Impunity

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The Fatah poster criticizing all security measures at the Temple Mount. Photo: Facebook.

Mahmous Abbas’ “moderate” Fatah faction published the above poster on its Facebook page — showing it won’t accept any security measures on the Temple Mount, no matter how innocuous.

In short, Israelis have no right to protect themselves, according to Abbas.

Abbas pretends that he is against violence, but he strongly believes that Arabs have the right to carry weapons into their holy places. Why? Obviously to kill Jews or other Israelis — in what Palestinians will then call “defense.”

On Sunday, Israel installed security cameras at the Lion’s Gate, which can supposedly identify potential weapons — although how they can find weapons in a backpack without a metal detector is unclear. The metal detectors remain for now.

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Once again, Arabs refused to visit their “third holiest spot” on Sunday, while claiming that Israel was banning them from doing so, and calling for an Arab League emergency meeting this week.

Meanwhile, Al Jazeera published an op-ed by Hamas lawyer Stanley Cohen that condones Palestinian terrorism. In his article, Cohen makes the case that Arabs do indeed have the human right to murder Jews — as long as they call it “resistance.” This idea, which he claims is validated by UN resolutions, is ludicrous. The Geneva Convention is not overridden by vague General Assembly resolutions. Yet Cohen calls himself a “human rights activist,” condoning the stabbing of innocent Jews.

In the end, the Palestinians appeal to the leftist world by invoking the biggest human right of all — the right not to be offended. On any random month, they declare that something new offends them — and then threaten violence unless their enemies back down from the unforgivable crime of offending them.

And no one dares call them out on it.

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