Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, the supposed “partner for peace” has spewed yet more hatred this week, including anti-Semitic statements that Jews fake their history and religion.

Israellycool highlighted Abbas’s comments earlier in the week after his speech at the Muslim Summit in Istanbul.

Abbas not only makes anti-Semitic comments about Jews, but he always proves what we knew all along, that he sees the Israel-Palestinian conflict as a religious war.

“As women and men we believe in our right and the promise of Allah almighty that this sacred city is ours,” Abbas said. “And since it was savaged by the abuses of the Canaanites more than 5,000 years ago it has been and always will be the capital of our sovereign state Palestine.”

The Palestinian President then appears to go off script, when he says the following:

“By the way, I don’t want to discuss religion or history because they are really excellent in faking and counterfeiting history and religion. But if we read the Torah it says that the Canaanites were there before the time of our prophet Abraham and their [Canaanite] existence continued since that time, this is in the Torah itself. But if they would like to fake this history, they are really masters in this and it is mentioned in the holy Quran they fabricate truth and they try to do that and they believe in that but we have been there in this location for thousands of years.”

These are shocking comments by the Palestinian leader, but unfortunately they have been largely ignored by both the media and world leaders.

His claims are fake history, but are also dangerous libel against the Jewish people. Unfortunately, his claims are echoed by Islamist leaders around the world and are rarely spoken out against by those who should be speaking out.