Das Geständnis des palästinensischen Botschafters

„Earlier this week, on November 15th, Palestinians marked ‚Independence Day,‘ the anniversary of when Palestinian independence was declared in the historic Palestinian city of Algiers by Yasser Arafat who was born in the historic Palestinian city of Cairo. Despite the fact that the government of the Palestinian Authority in Judea and Samaria and that of Hamas in Gaza refuse to build new houses or towns for their people at home, the PA has been very active in establishing embassies all over the world. Ma’an News reported on an independence day celebration at the Palestinian embassy in Kuwait. Well, reported is a bit generous, since what they really did was reprint the speech given by the Palestinian ambassador, the ‚honorable‘ Dhari Ajran. (…)

Ambassador Ajran explicitly laid out the reasons for the Palestinian and Arab-led vote at UNESCO last month. Most Western countries ended up supporting or abstaining from the vote by highlighting the late addition of a line reaffirming the ‚importance of the Old City of Jerusalem and its walls for the three monotheistic faiths, Islam, Christianity and Judaism.‘ There were many who said Israel overreacted to the resolution saying that just because it didn’t mention the Hebrew names for the Temple Mount and Western Wall, it doesn’t mean it is sought to deny the Jewish connection to them. But that is exactly what the Ambassador says was the motivation behind the resolution! ‚Kuwait… sponsored and recognized fully that the Palestinian issue is a Kuwaiti issue carried by Kuwaiti officials to all international forums, most recently Palestine’s victory at UNESCO and the issuance of the historic decision that the Al-Aqsa mosque and the Buraq wall, and underneath it and around it is a right for Muslims only and not others.‘“ (Bericht auf der Website Israellycool: „Palestinian Ambassador Admits UNESCO Resolution Was To Affirm Temple Mount Is Muslim Only“)

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