Zionist circles worldwide raised a vociferous outcry over anti-Zionist remarks attributed to Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas during his recent visit to Germany. During a press conference with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Abbas was reportedly asked why he didn’t issue an apology to Israel for the killing of 12 Israeli athletes by Palestinian guerillas in Munich in 1972. According to News agencies, Abbas told the questioner that since its very creation in Palestine in 1948, the apartheid Israeli regime has perpetrated 50 Holocausts against the Palestinian people.
Israeli officials lambasted Abbas’s remarks about the Holocaust, claiming that the Palestinian leader was effectively denying the holocaust which they said was a unique event in the history of mankind. Israeli PM Yair Lapid, who last week instructed his criminal army to carry out massive bombing of the Gaza Strip, killing as many as 45 Palestinians, including at least 15 children, four women as well as a number of other non-combatants. More than 350 other civilians were injured, many seriously. According to Israeli commentators, the main purpose of the unprovoked bombing was to enhance Lapid’s elections prospects and woo more Israeli Jewish voters to vote for him. Denouncing Abbas’s remarks, Lapid said history would not forgive the Palestinian leader.
For his part, and following Abbas’s remarks, the German Chancellor, apparently eager to appease the Zionists and receive from them a certificate of good conduct, claimed that “the relativization of the singularity of the holocaust is intolerable and unacceptable.”
Atonement for holocaust is a German burden, not a Palestinian responsibility
I fully understand Germany’s never-ending obligation to atone for the Holocaust. Germany committed the holocaust and exterminated millions of people, Jews and non-Jews alike.
However, Germany must not carry out her obligation at the expense of Palestinian blood and homeland. Otherwise, Germany would be indulging in a moral holocaust against a people who had absolutely nothing to do with the Holocaust.
Germany is a vast country, with 16 states. As such Germany can always donate one or two states to Jews as an everlasting compensation for the holocaust. This would be much better than having German leaders and politicians giving us sleazy lectures about “Israel’s innocence” and the “intolerability and unacceptability” of drawing any analogy between Israel’s crimes against humanity in Palestine and the suffering of Jews during World War II.
Yes, as a gesture of goodwill, magnanimity and genuine national remorsefulness toward Jews, Germany should probably decide to give Jews one or two of its provinces as an everlasting indemnification for the holocaust. Such an audacious feat might put an end to any further Zionist- Jewish blackmail of the homeland of Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe.
Germany has every right to cheapen itself, but not at our expense.
As a Palestinian, Arab Muslim, I think that Germany has an absolute right to grovel at the Zionists’ feet for a thousand years to come. Germany is a democracy, and its people can decide what is best for them and their country. However, Germany has absolutely no right to lecture, let alone pressure, other nations and peoples to submit to the feared Jewish Golem. Indeed, by constantly urging other peoples, particularly Israel’s enduring victims, to celebrate and bless the brutal ugliness of Zionism , Germany is effectively impinging on other people’s rights. Once again, Germany may maintain its dark embrace of racist Zionism for as long as it wishes, but please keep your morbid thoughts and poisoned lectures for yourself
Belittling the holocaust is wrong, but Jewish suffering is not unique
As a victim and survivor of unmitigated Zionist-Jewish aggression and oppression, I never really sought to underestimate the enormity and monstrosity of the holocaust. In upholding this moral duty, I never sought to appease Zionists or satiate their unpanelled rapacity and insolence.
My guiding principle was always and continues to be the moral obligation to honor the memories of innocent people, especially children, who perished for no guilt of their own. None the less, I never took and never will take the Zionist narratives regarding the holocaust for granted.
My rationale for acting cautiously on this matter was based on the total and absolute lack of trust in anything said or written by Zionist Jews. I repeatedly noticed that these people lied about everything, including events that occurred before our eyes. These people just lie rather obscenely as often as they breath the Oxygen of life.
Just consider how they lied to cover up the murder of Al-Jazeera correspondent Sherine Abu Akleh on 11 May 2022. We all remember how the Israeli changed its account on the outrageous crime seven times in just three days. Or the deliberate murder of 5 kids at the Jabalya refugee camp in Gaza on 7 August, as they claimed that they didn’t carry out the bombing, only to admit a few days later that they actually did it ” by mistake.”
In 1953, the Zionist gangs murdered my three uncles, Hussein, Mahmoud and Yousef, in cold blood. To this day my family is yet to receive a simple Mea Culpa from the Israeli regime. Just imagine how the outlook would have been, had the three victims been Jewish. Imagine the amount of compensation money Israel would have demanded and received.
I really don’t know whether Zionist Jews will ever say “Mea Culpa” and when! Perhaps with Kosher pigs fly!
Jewish pain, The Holocausts” is neither more or less important than non-Jewish suffering. If the Chancellor of Germany, the President of the United States and Prime Minister of Britain think that Jewish blood is redder than non-Jewish blood, that is their choice. However, neither Germany nor America or Britain have any right to ask the real victims of Zionism to uphold such silly and racist whims.
Germany Provides a Kosher Stamp for Nazi-like Israeli Occupation of Palestine
I realize that Germany in particular draws some psychological comfort by displaying its cordial but morally ignominious embrace of evil Zionism against the peoples of the Middle East, especially the Palestinians. This is by no means novel news even for those who have only rudimentary knowledge of German post-war history. Nonetheless, Germany is advised and urged in the strongest language to observe some balance, proportion, basic fairness and a modicum of honesty in its approach to the Just Palestinian cause. For example, by denying the clarion reality of apartheid in Israel-Palestine, Germany is effectively scandalously disregarding the truth and choosing to be willfully blind.
This unconscionable attitude is destructive and unethical on the part of the German people and government. The Palestinian children must not be forced to pay the price of German atonement for the holocaust…in their blood. Shame on Germany!