On August 7, 2015, Israeli news website +972 republished an Israeli hasbara event which took place in March 2014 in order to demonize Arabs and Muslims for denying something which even some Jewish investigative writers refuse to buy (here, here and here).
On August 5, 2015, the investigation editor of the Times newspaper, Dominic Kennedy, a Jewish gay, referring to former chairman of British Holocaust Trust, Lord Janner, posted the following on his Tweet account:
Last year, professor Mohammed Dajani Daoudi, 64, (Al-Quds University in Occupied East Jerusalem) took a group of 27 Palestinian and Arab students on an all-expense-paid trip to Auschwitz (Poland) to learn the true story behind the Jewish Holocaust carried out by Catholics/Frankist Jews.
The trip was funded by Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Tel Aviv University and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
In June 2015, Dajani was a keynote speaker at Australian Center for Jewish Civilization (ACJC) even at the MONASH University, Melbourne.
Dajani, a former leader of Israel-Palestinian collaborative Fatah group, studied at American University in Beirut (Lebanon). He is co-founder of Al-Quds branch of US-based American Studies Institute, a Zionist advocacy group and Israeli lobby group, Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
“As a youth, I had this negative attitude toward Israeli Jews. I felt that they had usurped my land and were my occupiers. I didn’t want to harm them, but I didn’t want to have anything to do with them. But after the Israeli doctors looked after my dying father at Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem, my views about Israeli Jews began to change,” says Dajani.
I don’t believe Dr. Izseldin Abuelaish, former Muslim Palestinian doctor at Chaim Sheba Medical Center, Tel Aviv, would agree with Dajani. His three daughters and a niece were murdered by an Israeli missile while sleeping in their home in Gaza Strip on January 16, 2009.
Reaction to Dajani’s Zionist AZZ-licking was very violent and anti-Semitic from his family members, University student body and Gaza-ruling Hamas that poor chap was forced to resign from the university.
Dajani, however, found several supporters among the pro-Israel ‘Jewish experts’ on Islam and the Arab world. For example, former MK Einat Wilf, Robert Satloff, executive director of WINEP, who attended two of Dajani’s lectures in Jerusalem, and Nadine Epstein, editor Jewish moment magazine, who interviewed Dajani recently.
Interestingly, Al-Quds University is not recognized by the Zionist regime to this day and even its graduate doctors are not allowed to practice in the Occupied East Jerusalem – reported by Ha’aretz February 13, 2012.
Dajani has not visited Gaza or the west Bank since Hamas won parliamentary election in 2006. He says he feels more safe in Jewish occupied Jerusalem.
Dajani could be soon join the Institute for Policy and Strategic (IPS) in Herzilya Israel) or WINEP in Washington DC. I’m not joking. He deserves it.