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Columnist for Palestinian Authority Daily Calls for Terrorist Attack on Upcoming Holocaust Memorial Ceremony Attended by Over 40 World Leaders

avatar by Benjamin Kerstein

A woman at Yad Vashem. Photo: Wiki Commons.

The official Palestinian Authority daily published an opinion piece on Saturday that called for a terrorist attack on a major upcoming memorial ceremony in Israel marking 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz, saying, “One shot will disrupt the ceremony and one dead body will cancel the ceremony.”

The event, titled “Remembering the Holocaust: Fighting Antisemitism,” has attracted over 40 world leaders, including Britain’s Prince Charles, US Vice President Mike Pence, and Russian President Vladimir Putin, who will all arrive in Israel this week.

According to a translation from Palestinian Media Watch, columnist Yahya Rabah wrote in PA daily Al-Hayat Al-Jadida that Israel “is now energetically planning to hold a ceremony for the Holocaust in occupied Jerusalem, and it is accustomed to the world participating with it in this ceremony, as the Jews’ Holocaust is terrible, but the Palestinian holocaust by Israel that still continues is insignificant, beautiful, spectacular, and good.”

“Of course, the Palestinians will never accept this equation, and it can be assumed that they will resist the ceremony being held in Jerusalem itself, as Jerusalem is theirs, despite Trump, who gave it to Israel as part of the filthy deal of the century,” he added.

Rabah then called for an act of terrorism, writing, “One shot will disrupt the ceremony and one dead body will cancel the ceremony.”

“And despite the misery of the Arabs and their dissatisfaction with what is happening, they are capable, if even for just a moment, of not following in the steps of Israel and America who are determining for them who their enemies are and who their friends are,” Rabah seethed.

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