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The Jordanzad news site has an op-ed saying that the current talks between Israel and the PLO is really a talk between Jews...and Jews. Mahmoud Abbas, the writer says, has turned his job into doing whatever the Israelis tell him to do.
Al Hadath News reports on the recent Washington Post interview with Brigitte Hoss, daughter of Rudolf Höss, Kommandant of Auschwitz who was found to be living in a Washington, DC suburb. While the WaPo article described the horrors of Auschwitz along with the interview, this Arab paper quoted only the parts of the interview that could be used to cast doubt on the Holocaust:
She questions that millions were killed. “How can there be so many survivors if so many had been killed?” she asks.The article also quotes her saying “I am still scared here in Washington. There are a lot Jewish people, and they still hate the Germans. It never ends.”
When I point out that her father confessed to being responsible for the death of more than a million Jews, she says the British “took it out of him with torture.”
Another JordanZad piece adds a wrinkle on an old conspiracy theory. You see, Israel installed cameras on the Temple Mount, and they allow Jews to visit "al-Aqsa." The reason is that they are planning an earthquake, and they want to bury Jews in the rubble, to make the world sympathetic with the dead Jews and no one will think about the destruction of the Al Aqsa Mosque.
The Christian-Muslim Commission for support of Jerusalem, one of the many anti-Jewish groups out there, came out with a press release that was published verbatim in some Arab media outlets. It warns that Jews plan to march in the streets of Jerusalem during the upcoming Sukkot holiday and calls for Arabs to wake up and take action against it. This has been a motif that has been increasing lately in the Arab press, as organizations such as this one and the Al Aqsa Foundation are desperately trying to incite Arabs to revolt.
Al Quds Educational TV notes that Yom Kippur brought Jerusalem to a standstil as thousands gathered for prayers at the Kotel, another unforgivable crime. The organization described Yom Kippur as the "anniversary of the 1973 October war."