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The Holocaust “implanted racism” in Jews and gave them the urge to “reenact the Holocaust” against Palestinians

Op-ed by Omar Hilmi Al-Ghoul, columnist for the official PA daily:
 “Germany played a central role in the birth of the State of Israel – a role exemplified in the following ways: First, the Nazi Holocaust, which Hitler and his regime perpetrated against the Jews in Germany, beginning with their rise to power in 1933, and in every place in Europe his armies conquered in World War II, between 1939 and 1945. This led to a manifold increase in Jewish emigration to Palestine, organized by the Zionist movement and supported by the countries of Western Europe, Britain in particular. Second, the German Holocaust created and implanted racism, vengefulness and the [urge to] reenact the Holocaust against the Arab Palestinian gentiles in the Zionist Jews’ [collective] consciousness and subconscious… The German leadership must take account of the huge dangers its historic complex from the Holocaust of the Jews is bringing upon the Palestinian people, as well as of the dangers threatening regional and world peace. For in every war Israel wages against the Palestinians, it perpetrates a new Holocaust against children, women and elderly, spreading destruction in the various spheres of life – as occurred during ‘Protective Edge’ war (i.e., refers to when Hamas was firing thousands of rockets at Israel and Israel responded with Operation Protective Edge, which aimed at destroying Hamas' terror infrastructure and ability to launch rockets at Israel.) against the Gaza Strip.”