NY Times: ‘Let Abbas’s Vile Words Be His Last As Palestinian Leader’

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A New York Times editorial has called on Palestinian Authority (PA) head Mahmoud Abbas to resign following an anti-Semitic speech he delivered to the Palestinian leadership in which he alleged that the Jews’ own conduct caused anti-Semitism and that Jewish usury led to the Holocaust.

Under the title “Let Abbas’s Vile Words Be His Last as Palestinian Leader,” the Times’ Wednesday editorial said that by “feeding reprehensible anti-Semitic myths and conspiracy theories,” Abbas has “shed all credibility as a trustworthy partner if the Palestinians and Israelis ever again have the nerve to try negotiations.” Read more.

{Matzav.com}

 

7 COMMENTS

  1. Never TRUST anything that comes out of The New York Times!!!!

    They always have an evil intentions behind all their articles!!!!

    They never are for anything Remotely ethical

  2. The Slimes are total hypocrites. What do you think THEY stand for? Inciting everyone and everything AGAINST the Jewish people. They have successfully done that since their infamous inception. The spreading of hatred for the Jewish people has been the Slimes foremost objective. Pheh!

  3. Wow – what a man-bites-dog moment.
    Who are these impostors and what did they do with the real Israel-hating PLO-loving NYTimes?

  4. As if only now he’s “shed all credibility as a serious peace partner”… only the incredibly biased NYT can be so blind as to only realize this now! Nevertheless, I am grateful that they’ve finally come around.

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