Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas gave a speech via telephone to the "Property Documents and the Historical Status of the Blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque" conference at Al-Bireh.
He started off by directly attacking the fundamentals of Judaism, denying Jewish history and Judaism's connection to Jerusalem, accusing Jews of having a "false narrative" that has "no basis, neither in history, nor in reality, nor in international law."
"All the historical evidence and documents confirm the identity of Al-Quds and Al-Aqsa Mosque and all the Islamic and Christian holy sites in our holy capital," he said, after denying any Jewish connection to the city.
But don't worry - he assured everyone that he isn't antisemitic.
He went on to say, "Our struggle with the occupation is essentially a political struggle and not a struggle against a particular religion."
Good to know that he is really a tolerant person.