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PA daily agrees with PA ambassador who publicly gave credence to Protocols of Elders of Zion

Headline: “[Palestinian Ambassador to Chile Imad Nabil] Jada’a: ‘Zionism planned to take over the world’”
      “The Hebrew websites reported today [July 8, 2015], Wednesday, and yesterday the words of Palestinian Ambassador to Chile Imad Nabil Jada’a two months ago in the capital of Chile, Santiago, according to which ‘Zionism united in order to take over the world, and the search and effort to find a national homeland for the Jews were just a cover.’
What is surprising is not the Palestinian ambassador’s statements at the conference named ‘Peace for Palestine,’ held two months ago, but rather the fact that the Hebrew websites reported these statements only today. The Palestinian ambassador referred to the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, exposed by Lenin after the Bolshevik revolution in 1917, and published by the Institute of Politics and Antisemitism in New York. He noted that the Zionist movement was composed of a group of thinkers and financial advisors, most them from European countries, and a minority of them Jews, under the pretext of establishing a national homeland for the Jews, but the real reason was [their plan] to take over the world.
These statements made by the Palestinian ambassador in Chile, which the Hebrew websites considered controversial, are interpretations of the contents of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. However, the ambassador expressed his personal opinion on a different matter regarding the Jewish nation and the accusations against the Palestinians that they hate the Jewish nation, as the ambassador did say: ‘I do not recognize the existence of a Jewish nation, and this is not just my personal analysis, because a religion cannot be a nation.”

Note: The Protocols of the Elders of Zion is an Antisemitic forgery describing how Jews allegedly plan to subjugate the world under Jewish rule. It was published in Russia in 1903 and translated into multiple languages. In 1921, the Protocols of the Elders of Zion was exposed as a false document.
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