For years the world ignored “palestinian” blood libels and hate, but Chancellor Scholz of Germany appears to be part of a growing trend of leaders willing to break ranks with “palestinian” leadership.
In a live press conference in Berlin, the chancellor made it clear in front of “palestinian” President Mahmoud Abbas, that Scholz does not “believe it is right to use the term” apartheid when describing the Israel-“palestinian” conflict. This surprised Abbas and he went on a tirade about Israel committing 50 holocausts. While Scholz did not respond to that and instead just abruptly ended the press conference, it was clear that Abbas’ comments distanced Germany.
“I am disgusted by the outrageous remarks made by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas,” Scholz said. “For us Germans in particular, any relativization of the singularity of the Holocaust is intolerable and unacceptable. I condemn any attempt to deny the crimes of the Holocaust.”
With the Gulf States forming an evolving economic alliance with Israel and the growing realization that “palestine” has become more of a liability than anything else, Abbas is fast becoming a persona non-grata.
Israel may have a long way to go in terms of full peace with its Arab neighbors, but the bane in its existence – the so called “palestinians” are becoming non-important for many in global leadership roles.