Saturday, May 21, 2005

Anti-Semitic Tracts Sold on
Palestinian Authority Website


From Little Green Footballs:



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. ...

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.


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What this article, from Little Green Footballs, leaves out is that it is common for Palestinians to refer to the establishment of the state of Israel as "al-Nakba," or the tragedy.

Yes, that's right, the very existence of Israel is a tragedy to the Palestinians. That's because they hate Jews and cannot abide having them on what Arabs consider to be "Dar al-Islam," or Islamic land.