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"All the Christians believe that Jesus was a Palestinian, and that he was tortured by the Jews" says Fatah Central Committee member

Video posted on the official Facebook page of Fatah Central Committee member Abbas Zaki; the video shows an interview of Zaki by the Al-Quds Open University TV channel



Fatah Central Committee member Abbas Zaki: “Allah created our lauded people to be strong. He did not create it [as a] regular [people]. He placed the holiest of the holy sites in the world among this people. Jesus, peace be upon him, was a Palestinian (sic.). He was a son of Nazareth, he was born in Bethlehem, and he was resurrected in Jerusalem. All the Christians believe that he was Palestinian, and that he was tortured by the Jews (sic., Jesus is said to have been killed by the Romans). Unfortunately, some of them are currently following the path of [US President Donald] Trump and are becoming servants of the Zionist movement. Unfortunately, most of them, most of the [American] administrations have lost their dignity, their [free] will, facing the Zionist lobby that rules the large cartels, the giant companies that do not recognize human rights

Palestinian women are not like any other women in the world. All [the other] women worry about their loved ones, their children, and their husbands much more, and when they die even a natural death, [the women] tear at their cheeks and go crazy, [and call] ‘Allahu Akbar’ (i.e., “Allah is greatest”). The Palestinian women, due to all the suffering and massacres that they have seen, view [the lives of] their children as insignificant for the sake of the homeland. [They] have seen great people die for the sake of the cause, and they can do nothing but make sounds of joy for the Martyrs, be proud of Martyrdom, and sing for the grooms (i.e., Martyr's funeral is considered wedding to the 72 Virgins in Paradise in Islam)…

I think that regardless of how great the power of Israel, America, and the world may be,in the end they will disappear, while we are remaining. This is what noble Prophet [Muhammad] said.”




Abbas Zaki also holds the position as Fatah Commissioner for Arab and China Relations