Thursday, September 14, 2017

Standing Ovations and Mahmoud Abbas, the Good Terrorist - by Judith Bergman

...Double standards lead to no standards. From an Israeli point of view it is unsurprising that the world now finds itself embroiled in a terrorist onslaught by ISIS and its thousands of supporters – it is estimated that there are now 50,000 jihadists living in the EU alone – that shows no signs of letting up anytime soon. When you aid and abet terrorism in someone else’s backyard, you should not act all surprised when it turns up in your own doorstep.

Judith Bergman..
12 September '17..

Last week marked 45 years since the Munich massacre, when Arab terrorists murdered 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympic games in Germany. The terrorist attack was more than a national tragedy for Israel. It became an historical landmark. It placed the Arab terrorism against Israel firmly in the public eye and helped propel it into international prominence.

A terrorist atrocity that should have drawn the world’s universal condemnation and collective disgust instead became an early steppingstone – one outrageous terrorist atrocity in a long line of future atrocities – to an astounding level of worldwide diplomatic and financial support for the “Palestinian” Arab cause. ‘‘Before Munich, we were simply terrorists. After Munich, at least people started asking who are these terrorists … Before Munich, nobody had the slightest idea about Palestine”, as Mohamed Oudeh, also known as Abu Daoud, the mastermind behind the Munich massacre later said.

According to Abu Daoud’s autobiography, published in France in 1999, Mahmoud Abbas was responsible for the financing of the Munich massacre. Forty five years later, Abbas, now the Chairman of the Palestinian Authority, is strutting down the red carpets of this world with impunity, including that of the White House. He even received a standing ovation from European parliamentarians for a speech he gave before them in June 2016. A speech where he drew heavily on old anti-Semitic blood libels in falsely accusing Israeli rabbis of calling on the Israeli government to poison water used by Arabs. In a world of short memory and selective moral outrage, the heinous crimes of one of the co-founders of modern terrorism, Abbas, are considered more palatable than those of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of ISIS or of Osama Bin Laden.

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