The Palestinian Authority has called for a terror attack on a major Holocaust remembrance event being attended by over 40 world leaders January 22 and 23 in Jerusalem, reported Palestinian Media Watch.
In an editorial in the official Palestinian Authority newspaper Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, regular op-ed columnist Yahya Rabah wrote, “One shot will disrupt the ceremony and one dead body will cancel the ceremony.”
The event, “Remembering the Holocaust: Fighting Antisemitism,” marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, one of the worst concentration camps that the Germans set up in World War II.
Attendees for the two-day event include U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prince Charles of Britain.
The op-ed in the Palestinian Authority daily was translated by Palestinian Media Watch, which reported,
“Before calling for murder, regular PA daily columnist Yahya Rabah criticized the international community for recognizing that the ‘Jews’ Holocaust is terrible’ while accepting as ‘insignificant, beautiful, [and] spectacular’ what he called the “Palestinian holocaust by Israel that still continues.
“Rabah warned: ‘It can be assumed that they [Palestinians] will resist the ceremony being held in Jerusalem itself, as Jerusalem is theirs.’ His suggested solution to stopping the international ceremony from taking place – and which the official PA daily printed – is murder.”