Palestinian Authority (PA) leader Mahmoud Abbas has disgraced himself at a press conference with Germany’s Chancellor Olaf Sholz after claiming Israel has committed “50 Holocausts” against the Palestinians.

To make matters worse, Abbas made the comment after he was asked to apologise for the Munich Massacre which was carried out by Fatah terrorists, planned by his good friend Abu Daou and financed and celebrated by Abbas himself.

A reporter asked Abbas, “Abu Daoud declare that he did not regret the 1972 terrorist operation in Munich. After all these decades do you intend to apologise before Israel and Germany for that operation?”

Abbas responded without apologising for the massacre of Israeli athletes, but instead said Israel had committed “50 massacres, 50 Holocausts”.

“Until now, Palestinians are killed at the hand of the Israeli army every day,” Abbas said, before adding, “If you want to dig into the past, go ahead. I have 50 massacres committed by Israel.”

He then dismissed the question by saying he is seeking peace and “this is better than talking about other things.”

It was a shameful response from someone closely connected with the murder of Jews.

It is understood from accounts by Abu Daoud that Mahmoud Abbas had a hand in the Munich Massacre. In fact, the mastermind behind the attack claimed Abbas was the chief financier of the Munich Massacre.

Abbas’s Fatah party continually honours the terrorists who carried out the Munich Massacre and pays terrorists today who murder Jews to the tune of £100 million per year.

Therefore, it is even more outrageous that Abbas, instead of apologising for his part in the murder of Jews chose to lie about Israel with an antisemitic blood libel and desecrated the memory of the six million Jews who were murdered in the Holocaust.

The German Chancellor is said to have “grimaced” at Abbas’s mention of the Holocaust, which is an offence in Germany unless specifically talking about the murder of six million Jews by the Nazis in World War II.

Sadly, Sholz did not hold Abbas to account at the press conference. The only thing Sholz did say was that he objected to Abbas’s characterisation of Israel as “apartheid”, which Abbas said in a separate part of his remarks.

Later on, Sholz did express regret at Abbas’s Holocaust comments, saying he was “deeply outraged by the unspeakable statements” of Abbas. Adding, “I condemn any attempt to deny the crimes of the Holocaust.”

Likewise, following an international outcry, Abbas apologised for the comment. Although it should be noted Abbas not only has a long history of supporting the murder of Israelis, he has also denied the scale of the Holocaust and wrote about the “secret relationship between Nazism and Zionism.”

Abbas is what can only be described as a dictator. He was elected to serve a four-year term but has refused to hold new elections and is currently in his 18th year in office as leader of the Palestinian Authority.

The world needs to stop treating Abbas as a legitimate leader and instead start holding him and the Palestinian Authority to account.

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