In a recent Facebook video Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a serial liar claimed that the removal of the illegal Jewish settlements in the West Bank and occupied East Jerusalem as part of the peace deal with Mahmoud Abbas’ Palestinian Authority, was the equivalent of advocating for the ethnic-cleansing of the Jews as carried out by Nazis during WWII.
“Israel’s diversity shows its openness and readiness for peace. Yet the Palestinian leadership actually demands a Palestinian state with one pre-condition: No Jews. There’s a phrase for that: It’s called ‘ethnic cleansing’. And this demand is outrageous. It’s even more outrageous that the world doesn’t find this outrageous,” Netanyahu lied in the video from both sides of his evil body.
Ironically, it’s Netanyahu who in July 2014 declared that a Palestinian state would only established on his dead body.
GOP candidate Donald Trump’s adviser of Jewish and Israel affairs, David Friedman agreed with Netanyahu calling such demand being racist and ‘antisemitism’.
“Prime minister Netanyahu makes exactly the right point. The Palestinians want Israel to absorb countless refugees – people who never lived in Israel and whose ancestors were never forced to leave Israel – while their so-called state is required to be, as the Nazis said Judenrein (devoid of Jews),” Friedman said in an e-mail exchange.
Forget the historical facts that over 700,000 Native Muslim and Christian Palestinians were forced to abandon their homes, businesses, and farms by the Jewish terrorist gangs in 1948 – former London Mayor Ken Livingstone confirmed early this month that Nazis helped Jews to occupy Palestine.
The Obama administration responded angrily on Friday to the video posted on Netanyahu’s Facebook page in which he indicated that those advocating for the uprooting of Israeli West Bank settlements as part of two-state peace deal were calling for the ethnic cleansing of Jews.
Donald Trump has said during his election campaign that the issue of building new Jewish settlements must be decided by Israelis and Palestinians and that it’s not appropriate for the United States to weigh in on the dispute in a manner that clearly favors one side – the Palestinian side.