Palestinian Arab terror groups whined Wednesday about President Obama having the audacity to say that Jews have a 3000-year old connection to their land.
These are nothing but "Zionist lies," said the groups.
The leader of the Islamic Jihad terror group, Sheikh Khader Habib, that Obama's statements about the history of the "Palestinian territory" and the existence of Israel 3 thousand years ago is "clear evidence of the American bias to the Zionist entity and marketing of its claims to the Western world and internationally."
He said that Israel is the greatest achievement of Western nations whose existence is meant to destabilize the Middle East.
Hamas official Izzat al-Rishq wrote on his Facebook page that Obama's statements "express blatant bias by the U.S. administration to the Israeli occupation."
He said: "The statements and attitudes of U.S. President did not and will not change the facts of history, which emphasizes the absurdity of betting on the U.S. administration or others to achieve the rights of our people, and that these rights can only be gained through steadfastness and resistance."
A Fatah leader, Dr. Faisal Abu Shahla, said that Obama's remarks are clear evidence that he is "captive" to Israeli pressures as he seeks to achieve and maintain the security "of Israel."
Abu Shahla stressed that the presence of Obama is hopeless to achieve peace and giving the Nobel Peace Prize to him was offensive and it should be withdrawn.
Not that I agree that Obama deserved the prize, but there is something absurd about a leader of a terror group lecturing the US president on morality and peace.
But then again, the former leader of that same terror group actually received that same Nobel Peace Prize, so the perversity goes full circle.
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