Mahmoud Abbas exposed to smear campaign

Palestinian Presidential Spokesperson Nabil Abu Rudeyne made a statement regarding the reactions from Germany and Israel after Abbas’ remarks in Berlin.

In a statement published in the Palestinian official agency WAFA, Abu Rudeidah stated that Abbas was exposed to a smear campaign and that this campaign aimed to undermine the Palestinian cause and the rights of the Palestinian people.

Abu Rudeyna condemned this smear campaign and emphasized that it was unacceptable from any segment.

“The target of this brutal campaign against the President is the Palestinian national project, which Mahmoud Abbas has always stressed, without compromising Jerusalem and the Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem at all costs,” Abu Rudeyne said. used the phrases.

Noting that the countries of the world that apply double standards, remain silent and do not take action in the face of the “brutal crimes” that Israel has committed and continues to commit against the Palestinians on a daily basis, Abu Rudeyne said, “Despite the statement published by President Abbas, in which he clearly revealed his stance, the defamation “The campaign is still going on. This shows that the main aim of the campaign is to prevent the Palestinian upright.” made statements.

Bild newspaper announced today that the Berlin police launched a preliminary investigation against Palestinian President Abbas on charges of “provoking the public” in accordance with Article 130 of the German Penal Code, due to his words at the press conference with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.

What did Abbas say?

Palestinian President Abbas spoke at the joint press conference held after their meeting with Scholz during his visit to the German capital Berlin on 16 August.

The Palestinian leader, on behalf of the Palestinians, apologized to Israel and Germany for the attack at the Munich Olympics in 1972 and was asked if he would help to shed light on the incident, reminding that Israel had killed Palestinians from 1947 to the present.

Abbas, “Since 1947, Israel has committed 50 massacres and 50 Holocausts in 50 Palestinian villages. Palestinians are killed by the Israeli army every day. That’s enough; let’s ensure peace, security and stability.” had used the words.

In a statement made by the Palestinian Presidency on August 17, it was stated that Abbas’ intention in Germany’s words was “to point out the crimes and massacres committed by the Israeli forces against the Palestinian people since the Great Catastrophe and to emphasize that these crimes have not come to an end until today”.

In the statement, it was noted that Abbas emphasized that “the Holocaust is the most brutal crime committed in modern human history” and that his statements “does not deny that the Holocaust has a special place”.

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