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Holocaust denial and distortion
Holocaust denial, libels and distortion
Holocaust denial and distortion
Holocaust desecration, denial, and abuse, have all been components of Palestinian Authority ideology. Palestinians from both Fatah and Hamas have accused Israel of burning Palestinians in ovens, and alternatively have accused Zionists of committing the Holocaust against Jews for political, financial or social gain. A PA TV children’s broadcast taught that Israel burned Palestinians in ovens, and at an exhibit in Gaza children put dolls, representing Palestinian children, in a model oven adorned with a Star of David and a swastika. A PA daily wrote: "The exhibit includes a large oven and inside it small [Palestinian] children are being burned; the picture speaks for itself,” as if the exhibit was documenting something true. [Al-Ayyam, March 20, 2008] The event was sponsored by the Palestinian “National Committee for Defense of Children from the Holocaust.”

A senior Palestinian academic taught adults on PA TV: “There was no Dachau, no Auschwitz; these were disinfecting sites.” A Hamas TV documentary explained that it was Jewish leaders who planned the Holocaust, in order to eliminate Jews who were "disabled and handicapped”.

A crossword puzzle clue in the official PA daily identified “Yad Vashem” (Israel’s Holocaust memorial) as a “Center for the Holocaust and Lies.” The same PA daily has published many articles denying the Holocaust, including one that termed the Holocaust a “hen laying golden eggs.”

Schoolbooks produced by the Palestinian Ministry of Education teach the history of World War II in great detail except for the history of the Holocaust, which is totally ignored. One history book goes so far as to teach that Nazism was a racist ideology and that there were trials of Nazi war criminals, but it leaves out that Jews were the target of the racism, and the crimes for which the Nazis were on trial.

Palestinian education erases the actual Holocaust from history and usurps the word “Holocaust” or its own wide range of malicious libels.
This video depicts a PA TV children’s play teaching that Israel burned Palestinians in ovens.
"They [Israel] are the ones who did the Holocaust,
their knife cuts to the length and the width of our flesh...
They opened ovens for us, to bake human beings.
They destroyed the villages and burnt the cities.
And when an oven stops burning, they light a hundred [more] ovens.
Their hands are covered with the blood of our children."
[PA TV (Fatah), March 25, 2004]

In addition, admiration of Hitler continues to be a component of the PA world. A PA funded children’s publication published an essay written by a teenage girl admiring Hitler, who told the Palestinian girl in her dream: "I killed them [the Jews] so you would all know
that they are a nation which spreads destruction all over the world." This essay published in 2011, yet in spite of broad international condemnation following PMW’s exposure, it was not removed from the Palestinian educational website Zayzafuna, when we last checked in Oct. 2013.

Since 2012, there have been a number of statements by the PA or PLO officials acknowledging the Holocaust. This has not yet been incorporated into PA formal education.

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Holocaust denial, libels and distortion

PA daily prints op-ed comparing Trump to Hitler, Zionists to Nazis 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 7, 2017
Headline: "Trump's first days, 'the alternative facts'"
Op-ed by Ayman Al-Sayyad, first published on the Egyptian news website Shorouk
     "It could be that [US President Donald] Trump does not know the meaning of the word eugenics, and I do not think he has read [the writings of Francis] Galton (a pioneer in eugenics, wrote many books in the 19th century CE –Ed.), as people like him do not read at all. However, in all his positions regarding the other, immigrants, or women, it seems that he is faithful to the same destructive principles that have in the past led racists such as Hitler to almost destroy the world…
History shows us that racist ideas that espouse the superiority of one race over another, as Hitler believed, led to a world war whose victims numbered more than 60 million, and I repeat – 60 million…
Anyone who does not know what discrimination on the basis of origin or identity is can review [Trump’s] decision to ban [the entry of] 'all' citizens of the seven states the decision included, and I repeat 'all citizens,' not the terrorists or the extremists among them, and not even those about whom there are security concerns… Why? Because racists are illogical and they put all the rest, and I repeat – 'all the rest,' in one category. The Nazis who believed in the superiority of the Aryan race acted in this way, and the Zionists act this way when they think that they are ‘Allah's chosen people.'"
PA daily: Balfour, like Hitler, wanted to get rid of the Jews, so he sent them to Palestine instead of killing them 
Source: Falestinona, website of Fatah's Information and Culture Commission in Lebanon, Nov. 23, 2016
Headline: “Reconsidering the Balfour Declaration”

“[Former British Foreign Secretary Arthur] Balfour was himself an Antisemite, and he often attacked the Jews who immigrated to Britain during his term as prime minister from 1903-1905 (sic., 1902- 1905), and he said that they are not assimilating among the residents, and issued laws that limited the Jewish immigration (Aliens Act) [parentheses in source]. He reasoned that the Jews, as an organic group, could not solve their problem within the European cultural structure, in other words, through assimilation in the [European] societies (sic ., Balfour was quoted as saying Jews could either assimilate in Europe or establish a state in Palestine; see note below). The solution would only be possible outside of the cultural structure, in other words, through colonialism…
The difference between [Adolf] Hitler and Balfour in this field was that Balfour had colonies, among them Palestine, and he sent the Jews there in order to get rid of them. Hitler did not have colonies, and therefore he got rid of them through extermination. However, the true victims of both Balfour and Hitler were the Palestinians and the Arabs, and we are still paying the price after 100 years.”

The article appears in the November 2016 edition of the magazine of Fatah’s Information and Culture Commission in Lebanon, Al-Quds, and was posted on the commission’s website Falestinona on Nov. 23, 2016.


A cartoon showing a Palestinian boy and girl sitting next to each other is included in the article.
Girl: “What is the Balfour Promise (i.e., Declaration)?”
Boy: “The Balfour Promise? I think that is the reason that you and I were registered as refugees in the camp.”

Regarding assimilation, fo
PLO official: Balfour Declaration "constituted the basis for all of the injustices... committed against the Palestinian people, as well as the Palestinian holocaust that has been continuing for the past 100 years” 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Nov. 1, 2016
Headline: “National condemnation of the Balfour Promise, and the [PLO] Department for Refugee Affairs prepares to launch a campaign against the ominous promise”
      “PLO Executive Committee member and Director of the [PLO] Department for Refugee Affairs Tayseer Khaled called on all Palestinians of all political and ideological affiliations in the Palestinian Interior (i.e., Palestinian term for Israel), the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, the refugee camps, and the countries of the exile and the diaspora to unite around the national campaign denouncing the colonialist Balfour Promise (i.e., Declaration).
This is for the approaching 100th anniversary of this promise, which constituted the basis for all of the injustices that the Zionist movement and the State of Israel committed against the Palestinian people, as well as the Palestinian holocaust that has been continuing for the past 100 years before the eyes and ears of the international community.”

The Balfour Declaration of Nov. 2, 1917 was a letter from British Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour to Baron Rothschild stating that “His Majesty's government views with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people” and is seen as the basis for later international commitments to establish the State of Israel.
Fatah cartoon depicts Israeli PM Netanyahu as a Nazi with a swastika tattoo  
Source: Website of Fatah's Information and ‎Culture Commission, June 23, 2016

Cartoon titled "Knockout" shows a boxer representing "Palestine" - his glove is in the colors of the Palestinian flag and labelled: "The State of Palestine" - delivering the knockout blow to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has a swastika tattooed on his arm, Stars of David on his gloves, and the name "Netanyahu" on his belt.
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Guest on PA TV: Jews taught South Africa and the Nazis to be apartheid regimes  
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, May 20, 2016
Official PA TV program Palestine This Morning, interview with Issa Salman, a resident of Beit Safafa, a neighborhood in west Jerusalem, about the period between 1948-1967 in which Beit Safafa was a village divided between Israel and Jordan

Issa Salman: “It was the only village in southern west Jerusalem that was divided as a result of the 1949 Rhodes Agreement (sic., apparently referring to the Lausanne Conference of 1949, see below), under an apartheid regime, in other words the Jews preceded others [in this regard], and South Africa learned from them, and the Nazis learned from them.”

Visual: Salman shows a picture of the fence that was in Beit Safafa until 1967 .

Official PA TV host: “In 1962, see the clear signs of apartheid [i.e., the pre-1967 border between Israel and Jordan].”

The Lausanne Conference of 1949 was convened by the UN Conciliation Commission for Palestine (UNCCP) in Lausanne, Switzerland April 27 – Sept. 12, 1949. It was attended by representatives of Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria and the Arab Higher Committee and refugee delegations, representing Arab refugees from Israel. Its purpose was to resolve disputes arising from the 1948 war between Israel and its neighboring Arab countries.
PA daily op-ed misrepresents Israeli general’s speech to compare Israel’s behavior to the Nazis 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, May 11, 2016
Headline: “Israel is not immune to condemnation!”

Excerpt of op-ed by Yahya Rabah, columnist for the official PA daily and a member of the Fatah Leadership Committee in Gaza

“[Israeli] Deputy Chief of General Staff and Major General Yair Golan is not a passing figure in Israel, and is not from the ranks of the Israeli opposition. He is from the heart of the Israeli security and military services, and yet he recently expressed views that greatly angered Netanyahu and many members of his government who are members of the extremist and racist hawks. He said that the behavior of the Israeli army’s soldiers against the Palestinians is not less despicable than the Nazi actions and the Nazi Holocausts (sic.) against the Jews (sic., he actually said that we must be careful not to act like the Nazis and uproot any signs of intolerance and violence).”

Yair Golan’s speech on May 4, 2016:
“The Holocaust, as I see it, must enable us to deeply reflect on the nature of man. It must bring us to deeply reflect on the responsibility of leadership and the nature of society, and it must enable us to think fundamentally about how we, here and now, are conducting ourselves toward orphans, widows and their like. Indeed, there is nothing easier than to simply hate the other, there is nothing easier than to provoke fears and strike terror; there is nothing easier than barbaric behavior, moral corruption and hypocrisy. On Holocaust Remembrance day, it is appropriate to discuss our abilities to extricate from among us signs of intolerance and violence, signs that we're heading towards self-destruction and down the road to moral depravity. In fact, Holocaust Remembrance Day is an opportunity for self-examination. If Yom Kippur is a day for personal self-reflection, then it is appropriate, and even absolutely necessary, that Holocaust Remembrance Day, will also be a day of national self-examination, and in
PLO official twists Israeli general’s words to say that Israeli is carrying out a “holocaust” against the Palestinians 
Source: WAFA, official PA news agency, May 11, 2016
Headline: “How will I say all of this to those I love?”

Op-ed by Director of PLO Commission of Prisoners’ Affairs Issa Karake

“[At the moment] it is the 68th anniversary of the Nakba (i.e., “the catastrophe,” Palestinian term for the establishment of the State of Israel), and after all these years it looks like what happened to the Palestinian people in 1948 became a curse on the future of the State of Israel. The Israelis are still afraid of the spirits moving under the ground of the villages that were destroyed and of their residents who were exiled and massacred, and that is what one of the central figures in this war, [Israeli] Deputy Chief of General Staff and Major General Yair Golan, said when he compared the behavior of the Israeli army toward the Palestinians to the behavior of the Nazis [and said] that the buds of hatred and intolerance in Israeli society torment the human conscience and are leading to moral deterioration, there was a Holocaust there, and a holocaust is taking place here (sic., he actually said that we must be careful not to act like the Nazis and uproot any signs of intolerance and violence).”

Yair Golan’s speech on May 4, 2016:
“The Holocaust, as I see it, must enable us to deeply reflect on the nature of man. It must bring us to deeply reflect on the responsibility of leadership and the nature of society, and it must enable us to think fundamentally about how we, here and now, are conducting ourselves toward orphans, widows and their like. Indeed, there is nothing easier than to simply hate the other, there is nothing easier than to provoke fears and strike terror; there is nothing easier than barbaric behavior, moral corruption and hypocrisy. On Holocaust Remembrance day, it is appropriate to discuss our abilities to extricate from among us signs of intolerance and violence, signs that we're heading towards self-destruction and
PA daily accuses PMW of “distortion” for correctly translating its Holocaust denying crossword puzzle in 1999 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Apr. 6, 2016
Op-ed by Hafez Al-Barghouti, regular columnist for Al-Hayat Al-Jadida
     “The Palestinian media monitoring by Israel distorts Palestinian statements and articles, takes them out of context, and markets them mainly to the American government as Palestinian incitement. One day [years ago], President Mahmoud Abbas summoned me to his office when he was still secretary of the [PLO] Executive Committee, and told me that Israel is using the [issue of] incitement against us...  I said: There is an Israeli department for monitoring Palestinian media and statements that distorts articles, takes them out of context, and spreads them among the Americans as though they [the articles] are inciting and Antisemitic. They went as far as taking advantage of a misprint in a crossword puzzle [reported by PMW in 1999, Ed.] and considering it incitement, as there was a question about a Holocaust and heroism monument, 'Yad Vashem’ (i.e., The World Holocaust Remembrance Center, Israel's official memorial to the victims of the Holocaust), and the typesetter made a mistake and wrote ‘the lie’ (the words are similar in Arabic: “heroism” -“butula,” “lie” - “batel,” -Ed.). This ‘grave' incident reached news agencies and radio stations, and Yasser Arafat summoned me to explain the circumstances of this great uproar. I explained to him the truth of the matter, and after an investigation it turned out that it was an unintentional misprint, as the original word was ‘heroism.”
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Op-ed in official PA daily: “Nazi Holocaust is ancient history,” Israel uses Holocaust to draw attention from holocaust that it is carrying out against the Palestinians 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 29, 2016
Headline: The latest news: Holocaust, a judge, and a 500 euro bill”
Op-ed by Jihad Al-Khazen originally published in the London-based Al-Hayat newspaper
         “Georgetown University, where I once studied, has received a $10,000,000 grant for Nazi Holocaust studies in the framework of its Jewish Studies program.
The university is Catholic, and I do not understand why it is carrying out research on the Holocaust. In addition, this Holocaust occurred 70 years ago or more, while a holocaust is being perpetrated daily by a terrorist, criminal government (i.e., Israeli government) of settlers against the Palestinians in their occupied land, but no research on that is being carried out at Georgetown University. The Nazi Holocaust is ancient history, and the Palestinian holocaust is daily news, and Israel’s supporters will not succeed in calling attention to history that will never return in order to make people forget what the occupation state is perpetrating today.”
Senior Fatah official:‎ "Hitler wasn't morally corrupt, he was daring" 
Source: Ma’an, independent Palestinian news agency, Jan. 19, 2016

 

Fatah Central Committee Member Tawfiq Tirawi: "There is a difference between an ‎officer's discipline and loyalty to a leader. The leader could be morally corrupt."‎
Ma'an host: "And how would you know?"‎
Fatah Central Committee Member Tawfiq Tirawi: "You have to know. Is there ‎anyone who does not know his leader?"‎
Ma'an host: "The German people did not know that Hitler was morally corrupt."‎
Fatah Central Committee Member Tawfiq Tirawi: "He was not morally corrupt."‎
Ma'an host: "The French think that de Gaulle was half prophet ‎. Churchill, I don’t ‎know what his story was, but people see him as one of the most important statesmen."‎
Fatah Central Committee Member Tawfiq Tirawi: "Let us talk logically. Hitler was not ‎morally corrupt ‎. He was daring‎."‎
Ma'an host: "Is that the way to talk? I say: Let's drink some tea and take a break. It ‎would be a pity to be put in jail because of this interview. We will drink tea and take a ‎break. Let's leave Hitler."‎
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Fatah official: Netanyahu is “a Fascist and represents the new Nazism” 
Source: Fatah-run Awdah TV, Jan. 6, 2016

Deputy Secretary of the Fatah Central Committee, Jibril Rajoub:‎ "I say to the Israelis first of all: You sons of bitches, we will not accept less than a ‎Palestinian state. We are the owners of the land, and we are the residents of the land ‎and you are strangers in the land... Our relations with the occupation need to be first of ‎all on a basis of clashes – until a Palestinian state is established. Do not believe in ‎‎[Israeli Prime Minister] Netanyahu, he is a liar and a scoundrel, and he’s a Fascist and ‎represents the new Nazism... From here we say to the 145 Martyrs (Palestinians killed ‎in the Oct. 2015 - Jan. 2016 terror wave, most during terror attacks –Ed.) – You are ‎heroes and we bless you and strengthen your families, and say to you: You are a ‎crown on our heads.‎"

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Fatah posts Nazi children's book cover: "'Trust no fox on his green meadow, and trust no Jew on his oath'" 
Source: Official Fatah Facebook page, Oct. 29, 2015

Image and text posted to official Facebook page of the Fatah Movement on Oct. 29, 2015
The image shows the picture of the cover of a children’s book from Germany from 1936 with the title: “Trau keinem Fuchs auf grüner Heid und keinem Jud bei seinem Eid”
Posted text is a translation of the book’s title: “Trust no fox on his green heath, and trust no Jew on his oath”
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PA daily op-ed claims Zionists collaborated with Nazis, particularly Eichmann 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Oct. 21, 2015
Headline: “The Mufti and the Rabbi”
Op-ed by Hafez Al-Barghouti, regular columnist for the official PA daily
     “Even those closest to Netanyahu do not believe his nonsense, as he keeps retelling the familiar fable of the wolf and the lamb, ignoring the Zionist collaboration with the Nazis, especially with arch-murderer [Adolf] Eichmann (German Nazi lieutenant colonel who organized the mass-deportations of Jews to concentration camps during the Holocaust –Ed.), who played a main role in the expulsion of Jews from Hungary, Austria and Germany to Palestine, on condition that they were young and trained in weapons, and supervised their training there, while the leaders of Zionism allowed him to send the elderly to the concentration camps. Eichmann visited Palestine in 1937, met with Jewish leaders and considered himself a Zionist like them. [From Palestine] he continued to Egypt, but Britain banished him.  The Mufti did not send anyone to the Holocaust and never spoke of the annihilation, which had begun years before he met with Hitler, and this is confirmed by historic evidence. What Hitler told the Mufti is that he admired the Palestinian people because it had fought against the British empire on its own, without anyone’s support. Today, we still resist the occupation which is supported by the US, without anyone’s support.
PA daily op-ed: Israel is worse than Nazis, committing “massacre and holocausts” on holidays 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Oct. 5, 2015
Op-ed by Omar Hilmi Al-Ghoul, columnist for official PA daily
Headline: “Holidays soaked in blood”
     “History has never seen a human group from any religious or ideological background that turns its holidays into days of war and enemies’ bloodshed, like the Israeli occupiers and those similar to them, from among fascist and Nazi groups. Throughout history, the warring groups would cease their wars for a number of days, out of honor and respect for social or religious events, except for the Israeli occupiers who have turned their holidays and those of other religions – Islam and Christianity – into [days of] massacre and holocausts.”
Abbas presents Holocaust as something Jews "say": "They say they made sacrifices in World War II - we respect what they say" 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Aug. 23, 2015
 
PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas at Polish media conference broadcast on official PA TV: "If they [Jews] say that they made sacrifices in World War II, and we respect what they say, they should not treat us the way they were treated. We must not be a victim of the victim. I did not do anything bad to him. I just want him to follow the law. I want a state on the 1967 borders."
Official PA daily op-ed: Murderous Israeli government policy is “successor to German Nazism and Italian Fascism,” Israel is “fascist, Nazi” and is committing a “holocaust”  
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Aug. 1, 2015
Op-ed by Omar Hilmi Al-Ghoul, columnist for official PA daily
      “This extremist right-wing policy of Netanyahu’s government, successor to German Nazism and Italian Fascism, which is reborn on the ruins of the bodies and blood of the Arab Palestinian people, could not in any way have expanded and broken out in the Arab Palestinian land without the silence and support of the US, Europe, and the entire world, including the official Arab regimes. Apparently, the condemnation statements made by the Israeli occupation and aggression state were only meant to conceal the ties the West has forged with Israel. This is because this world [the West] built its culture on the foundations of ancient and modern settlement, and sees in Israel the extension of the policy of dividing and tearing into pieces the peoples of the Arab nation, in addition to its role as a front line in service of the goals of the entire West, and the US in particular… Fascist, Nazi Israel is only above international law thanks to the discriminatory policies of the West and the US in particular and now is the time – not tomorrow or the day after – to respond to the holocaust Israel is committing.”

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Abbas’ advisor compares Netanyahu to Goebbels 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, June 10, 2015
Official PA TV News report on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s statement regarding his commitment to the two-state solution, and his holding the Palestinians responsible for the freeze in negotiations.

Political Advisor for President Mahmoud Abbas Nimer Hammad: “[Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu tried to implement a propaganda method [which] I say is similar to ‎‎[Nazi Germany's Minister of Propaganda] Goebbels’ [method]: ‘Lie, lie, lie, in the hope of reinforcing it [the lie] in public opinion.’ Netanyahu doesn’t want to touch the reason for the isolation [of Israel], which is the issue of settlement.”
PA officials compare Israel to Nazi Germany, and, like the Nazis, “are doomed to disappear”  
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, May 8, 2015
Headline: “Jericho: Celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the Russian people’s victory over the Nazis”
     “The Russian ambassador to Palestine, Alexander Rudakov, expressed his hope that the Palestinian people would succeed in establishing an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital… These statements were made during his speech at the Russian Museum hall in the Jericho city center as part of the celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the Soviet Union and the friendly Russian people’s victory over the Nazis… PLO Executive Committee member [and Fatah Central Committee member] Saeb Erekat said that the victory of the Soviets and the Russian people, and the fact that they sacrificed around 67 million [people] are a victory for truth, justice and humanity and not only for the Russian people. In addition, he said that the oppression and injustice, whatever their degree of tyranny and duration, are doomed to disappear, and that the occupation of Palestine would not last for long – regardless of how much the occupation authorities try to evade, deny and act abusively.
Deputy District Governor of Jericho and the Jordan Valley Jamal Rajoub said that the only occupation at present is the Israeli occupation, and that the anniversary of the victory of the friends in Russia over the Nazis takes place close to the 67th anniversary of the Palestinian people’s Nakba (i.e., 'the catastrophe,' Palestinian term for the establishment of the State of Israel) and to the 47th anniversary of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank’s occupation by the neo-Nazis, who oppressed and tortured the citizens and deprived them of their most basic rights. In addition, he said that the Russians’ victory over the Nazis is a glimmer of hope for us as Palestinians because we will definitely prevail.”

From WAFA, official PA news agency
"There were between one and two million Jewish victims" of the Holocaust, says official PA daily 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Apr. 18, 2015
Op-ed by Omar Hilmi Al-Ghoul, columnist for official PA daily:
     "Even though the Jewish people were never one nation, the Jews of the different European nationalities paid a heavy price in the Second World War, since Nazis committed a holocaust in the Polish [city of] Krakow and in other cities in Europe. Estimates regarding the number of Holocaust victims differ. The supporters of the Zionist movement have exaggerated the number of victims, claiming that it amounts to 6 million, whereas others, unbiased researchers, have estimated that there were between one and two million Jewish victims.
In addition, the leaders of the Nazi and Fascist states conspired to make the Jews immigrate to Israel, the establishment of which was supported by more than one leader and one European state, to serve the colonialist ambitions of these states in the Arab world.
Likewise, the Zionist movement wanted to achieve a series of goals: First, to take advantage and use this [the Holocaust] to blackmail the European states financially and politically to make them support the Zionist colonialist project. Second, to bully the Jews to immigrate to the Israeli ethnic cleansing state, which was in a preparatory stages of establishment. Third, to increase the Jews' suffering and abuse in order to take advantage of the world's compassion for them..."
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Israel called "Nazi leadership… a racist leadership with expansionist tendencies" on PATV 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Mar. 29, 2015
Official PA TV program Topic of the Day interviewed Fatah Central Committee Member and Commissioner of Foreign Branches Jamal Muhaisen on the resolutions of the Arab League summit.
Muhaisen: “We are approaching the seventh decade of the Israeli occupation of the land of Palestine, occupied since 1948, and the fifth decade of lands occupied in 1967.
If there won’t be an arrangement in the region based on this initiative [the Arab initiative], there will be a different Arab position. This requires a meeting of the Arab generals, ministers of defense, and foreign ministers, so that we can design a new strategy by which we will force the Nazi leadership, which rules the Palestinian people today - a racist leadership with expansionist tendencies - [to surrender]. After all, the world goes into action wherever there is an attack [on innocents] except when it comes to the Palestinian people.”
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