The unholy alliance between the European Union and the corrupt Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas will likely expand with Britain’s departure from the EU.
Only the day before the breaking news that Brexit won, Abbas called on the EU to help his people recognize their right to self-determination by achieving statehood, and outlined his vision for a peace deal. Of course, Abbas is pushing for pre-67 borders (aka Auschwitz borders).
He spoke before European Parliament and declared that global terrorism will end if the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is resolved; but this is nothing short of hogwash, given the routine terrorism across Islamic states, the persecution of Christians and Muslim-on-Muslim violence. But like Josef Goebbels, Hitler’s Minister of Propaganda, Abbas repeats the same lies over and over again, so people will eventually believe them.
In his protracted message before European Parliament, Abbas accused Israel of massacring Palestinians and of other atrocities, while leaving out any mention of the PA Charter’s mission to destroy Israel, and the Palestinian jihadist terror attacks routinely carried out through rocket launches — such as the one a Tel Aviv Cafe in the Sarona Market area earlier this month — and the stabbings of innocent people in the street.
Most noteworthy was the strong applause he received from the politicians of European Parliament when he called on them to help his people recognize what he called their right to self-determination through statehood.
Right before the British referendum, the usually neutral Queen Elizabeth uncharacteristically endorsed Brexit; she stated that she was fed up with European courts protecting Islamic jihadist hate preachers, saying that they “denigrate Britain” and asking the question: “Give me THREE good reasons” to remain in the EU.
Abbas’ request for help from the EU to aid his jihad against Israel is another reason to leave it.
“Abbas: Stop global terrorism by ending the ‘Israeli occupation of Palestine’”, By Tovah Lazaroff, The Jerusalem Post, June 23, 2016:
Global terrorism will end if the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is resolved, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said on Thursday as he condemned all forms of such violence.
“We are against terrorism in whatever form it may take and whoever carries it out,” he said as he delivered a long address before the European Parliament in Brussels. Palestinians stand with the Europeans in their fight against terrorism, Abbas said.
His statement was greeted by strong applause from the politicians in the room.
“In order to overcome terrorism, we also need to end Israeli occupation by creating a Palestinian State within the 1967 borders with east Jerusalem as its capital,” Abbas said. He spoke in Arabic and his words were translated into English by the EU.
The absence of a two-state solution, he said, would give “pretext to those who commit terrorism in the name of religion.”
However, he said, “once this occupation ends, those pretexts will disappears and extremism will be over as will terrorism.” “There will be no more terrorism in the Middle East nor elsewhere in the world,” Abbas said.
His speech did not touch on Palestinian terrorism against Israelis, including the shooting attack in which two Palestinian terrorists killed four Israelis as they sat in a Tel Aviv Cafe in the Sarona Market area earlier this month.
He did however accuse Israel of massacring Palestinians and other atrocities against his people. He also alleged that rabbis had encouraged Israelis to poison the Palestinian water supply.
“Certain rabbis in Israel have said very clearly to their government that our water should be poisoned in order to have Palestinians killed. That is provocation and we are against this sort of call for violence,” Abbas said.
Even Israelis themselves acknowledge their country’s injustice, Abbas said. Some Israeli politicians, such as Opposition leader Issac Herzog, former defense minister Moshe Ya’alon and former prime minister Ehud Barak, have criticized their own governments, Abbas said. Journalists have also spoken up on behalf of the Palestinians, Abbas said.
“All these people, Israelis, are now saying that the Israeli government’s behavior is fascist and racist, and I’m quoting them here,” Abbas said.
He outlined for the European parliamentarian his vision for a peace deal.
The borders of the two-state solution should be at the pre-1967 lines with a just negotiated solution for Palestinian refugees, Abbas said.
He is not opposed to limited “land swaps” of equal value, Abbas added.
The Palestinians, he said, support a new French initiative which calls for an international peace conference later in the year that would then set the parameters for renewed negotiations with Israel.
Any such talks must have a timeline, Abbas said. There also needs to be monitoring mechanism to insure compliance with any agreements that come out of that conference, he said.
The Palestinian president called on the EU to help his people recognize their right to self-determination by achieving statehood.