"Zionist Khazar Jews must be removed from Arab Palestine once and for all, and the homeland will be purified of their unconstrained terror and barbarism"
Excerpt of a column by Omar Hilmi Al-Ghoul, regular columnist for official PA daily and former advisor to former PA Prime Minister Salam Fayyad on national affairs
Headline: “Sheikh Jarrah is again at the fore”
“The Zionist Khazar Jews’ war (sic., genetic research has proven Jews are not the descendants of Khazars and that they share a common origin in Israel) against the Palestinian capital of Jerusalem is advancing in a rising graph. Their attacks and terror, which are being committed in many forms and ways, have dangerous aspects that threaten an explosion of the Palestinian street– not just within the boundaries of the eternal capital, but also in the entire Arab Palestinian land, including the Galilee, the Triangle, the Negev, and the mixed [Arab and Jewish] cities (i.e., all are Israeli regions and cities).
This is what the government of [Israeli Prime Minister Naftali] Bennett – [Alternate Israeli Prime Minister Yair] Lapid and its various gangs – foremost among them the settler herds led by [Israeli Parliament Member] Itamar Ben Gvir, leader of the fascist ‘Otzma Yehudit’ [political party] and successor of terrorist [former Israeli Parliament Member Rabbi Meir] Kahane and criminal murderer [Baruch] Goldstein (see note below -Ed.) – are striving for.
The terror of the Khazar Jews’ state against the members of the Palestinian people in the capital Jerusalem has no limits, and it targets all the neighborhoods and all the sites that are holy to Christianity and Islam, foremost among them the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque. It will only be stopped when the colonialism is removed from Arab Palestine once and for all, and when the homeland is purified of their unconstrained terror and barbarism.
Whoever thinks for a moment that it is possible to make peace with the Zionist apartheid state as long as its colonialism on the Palestinian land does not pay a heavy price is mistaken, and as long as the world does not stand alongside the legitimate Palestinian national rights, foremost among them: a full Israeli withdrawal from the territories of the State of Palestine that was occupied on June 5, 1967, whose capital is East Jerusalem; ensuring the Palestinian refugees’ right of return to their lands according to [UN] Resolution 194 (see note below -Ed.); and full equality for the members of the [Palestinian] people in the 1948 [territories] (i.e., Israel).”
Meir Kahane - American Israeli rabbi with right-wing views, who was elected to the Israeli Parliament in 1984. His views included the belief that Arabs should be “transferred” out of Israel - preferably by encouraging them to leave and compensating them for their property, but if that was unsuccessful, then by deportation. In 1988, Kahane’s party, Kach, was banned in Israel for being racist and anti-democratic. Kahane was assassinated on Nov. 5, 1990, by an Egyptian American.
Cave of the Patriarchs massacre - Baruch Goldstein, a member of an Israeli far-right movement, opened fire on Muslims praying inside the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron, known to Muslims as the "Ibrahimi Mosque," murdering 29 and wounding 125 on Feb. 25, 1994. Following the attack, which was widely condemned by Israeli leaders and Jewish communities abroad, the Israeli government took concrete steps to prevent similar attacks from occurring by dividing the area of worship into Muslim and Jewish sections and designating several extremist movements, including Goldstein’s, as illegal terrorist groups.
UN Resolution 194 (Chapter 11, Dec. 11, 1948) states that "the refugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbors should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date, and that compensation should be paid for the property of those choosing not to return." Palestinian leaders argue this means that all Arabs who left Israel during the war (hundreds of thousands) and their descendants (a few million) have a "right of return" to Israel. Israel argues that the resolution only calls for a limited return and only under certain conditions, especially focusing on the words "wishing to return... and live at peace with their neighbors."