From WND, “Official PA site publishes ‘Protocols’ in Arabic,” .
JERUSALEM — An official Palestinian Authority information
website directly affiliated with President Mahmoud Abbas has published on its Arabic language section a copy of the ”Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” a classic anti-Semitic forgery, while the English section does not contain the work, WND has learned.
Abbas recently had been credited by the U.S. and Israel for fighting anti-Israel incitement.
Al-Nakba.com, the official Internet website of the Palestinian State Information Service, SIS, published an Arabic translation to the ”Protocols,” a notorious forgery authorized by the anti-Semetic Czarist police in early 20th-Century Russia that purports to be minutes of a meeting of top Jewish leaders plotting world domination.
The Arabic version of the Al-Nakba site contains the full work, which was translated by a Lebanese Druze militant and taken directly from the website of the hard-line Islamic Da’wa Party in Iraq, according to an analysis provided to WND by Israel’s Center for Special Studies.
The SIS was founded in 1996 by an executive decree of Yasser Arafat, then Chairman of the Palestinian Authority. The institution is responsible for “organizing and developing information and media activities in the Palestinian territories.”
Al-Nakba literally means ”the catastrophe.” The official site serves as a propaganda device regarding the situation surrounding Palestinian refugees who claim to have been displaced as a result of Israel’s founding, says the Center for Special Studies.
The site has been updated several times since Abbas took office in January.
”The Al-Nakba Web page contains ‘The Protocols’ [so that] the Palestinian and Arab reader may infer that the foundation of the state of Israel and the emergence of the problem of Palestinian refugees are nothing but a part of the implementation of the so-called ‘Protocols of the Elders of Zion,”’ reports the Center.
But the English language section of the site does not mention the ”Protocols.” It mostly contains information about displaced Palestinians and copies of official Israeli texts marking the establishment of the Jewish state…