It is expected from someone who is in charge of negotiating to educate for peace and not for incitement. Erekat claims to support the efforts of Secretary of State John Kerry, and at the same time presents a distorted reality which hurts the chances for peace.
The more the Palestinians continue to fertilize the soil with hatred toward Israel, the smaller the chances that the seeds of peace in the Middle East will sprout roots."
Ron Prosor - Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations
In the previous post, I reported that the State Department had decided to postpone its award to anti-Semitic terror supporter Samira Ibrahim after she claimed that the anti-Semitic and anti-American posts on her Twitter feed were the result of her page having been ‘stolen.’ This ought to turn that postponement into a cancellation (Hat Tip: Memeorandum).
Finally, Ibrahim herself has spoken, writing in Arabic on her Twitter page. Egyptian democracy activist Mina Rezkalla provides the translation: “I refuse to apologize to the Zionist lobby in America regarding my previous anti-Zionist statements under pressure from American government therefore they withdrew the award.”
You mean that she said one thing in Arabic and another in English? I’m just totally (not) shocked….