Palestinian president apologized for anti Jewish Rhetoric: Israel: not accept

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 Palestinian president apologized for anti Jewish Rhetoric: Israel: not accept


On the evening of April 30th local time, the opening ceremony of the Palestinian National Committee meeting was held in the West Bank city of Rahm, Allah, and Abbas delivered a speech. In his speech, he quoted a lot of books and said such a passage. President Abbas of State of Palestine: (historically Europeans) are hostile to Jews not because of their beliefs. The historical encounter of Jews is the result of their own social roles and actions. Historically, Jews were mostly bankers and lenders, who were hostile to manipulating banks and usurping loans. Abbass remarks drew strong resentment from Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu issued Twitter 2, accusing Abbas of his remarks involving anti Semitism and denying the history of massacre. No. 4, Abbas made an apology, saying, if someone is offended because of my remarks at the Palestinian National Committee meeting, especially the Jews, I apologize to them. I assure everyone that this is not my intention. I would like to reiterate that I am full of respect for Judaism. The statement also condemned anti Semitism, saying that the Holocaust of World War II was the most detestable act in history. Israeli defense forces say do not accept an apology However, Israeli Defense Minister Lieberman 4 said in a social media message that Israel did not accept Abbass apology. Last December 6th, President Trump announced the recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and the process of starting the American Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem - which led to the escalation of tensions between Palestine and Israel. Relations between the two countries have also fallen to the bottom. Pakistan has repeatedly said that it will no longer accept the United States as a separate mediator for the peace process between Palestine and Israel. It is reported that on the 14 of this month, the new US embassy in Jerusalem will open. And 15 is the 70th anniversary anniversary of the Palestinian disaster day, and the return parade demonstration by Palestinians on the Gaza Strip border in the last half of a month is expected to reach a climax. Source: CCTV News Mobile editor: Su Hong _NBJ9980 Last December 6th, President Trump announced the recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and the process of starting the American Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem - which led to the escalation of tensions between Palestine and Israel. Relations between the two countries have also fallen to the bottom. Pakistan has repeatedly said that it will no longer accept the United States as a separate mediator for the peace process between Palestine and Israel. It is reported that on the 14 of this month, the new US embassy in Jerusalem will open. And 15 is the 70th anniversary anniversary of the Palestinian disaster day, and the return parade demonstration by Palestinians on the Gaza Strip border in the last half of a month is expected to reach a climax.