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Published On: Mon, Jan 26th, 2015

Palestinians blame Israel for Charlie Hebdo attack, Jimmy Carter speaks out

Official Palestinian Authority (PA) publications are repeatedly blaming Israel for the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris earlier this month, Palestinian Media Watch reports Sunday as 84% of Palestinians believe this as fact. Additionally, former President Jimmy Carter points the finger at Palestine, but calls for Israel to retreat from the West Bank.

The following are selected excerpts of the conspiracy theories against Israel for the attacks, as translated by PMW.

[Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu, together with [other] Israeli leaders, is now walking in the footsteps of the first leaders of the Zionist project, who invented, created and funded the terror against the Jews in Europe, particularly in Germany, and in the Arab world. These leaders carried out [terror] operations against Jewish citizens who had been living securely in Arab and European countries, and contributed to the increase in Nazi aggression against Jews in Germany and Europe. [. . .]
photo Ron Almo

photo Ron Almo

Carter made the claim  during an interview with Jon Stewart on “The Daily Show.”

“Well, one of the origins for it is the Palestinian problem and, you know, this aggravates people who are affiliated in any way with the Arab people who live in the West Bank and Gaza, what they are doing now, what’s begin done to them,” Carter said when asked how much religion plays a part into extremist terror attacks, specifically the ones in Paris last week that left 17 dead.

Carter also told Stewart it is “disheartening” that so much time has passed since the Oslo Accords in 1993 without a peace agreement between Israel and Palestine.

Critics would say peace is hard to achieve when Palestine is teaching that the Jews were behind the Holocaust. Carter though, double downs against Israel.

“Israelis have to withdraw from the west bank and Gaza and East Jerusalem as well,” Carter said, adding, “The Palestinians have to make sure that they commit themselves without equivocation to the freedom of Israel to live in peace alongside of them.”

“I still have hope for peace in the Middle East,” he said, “but a distant hope.”

Hope?

While the Palestinians are told that Prime Minister Netanyahu and the Mossad of planning the attacks solely to encourage French Jews to immigrate to Israel.

In the past, the Israeli Mossad (i.e., the Israeli Secret Intelligence Service) carried out operations (i.e., terror attacks): It bombed synagogues in order to force the Jews to emigrate. [. . .] The operation (i.e., the terror attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo) served Israel’s demographic [interests], for the Israeli media and government bodies predicted yesterday that 10,000 French Jews would immigrate to Israel… Now, when we are talking about the immigration of 10,000 French Jews next year, while last year, [only] 3,000 French Jews immigrated to Israel, in my opinion… when the number rises to 10,000, this is a very large number and this is what Israel wants.

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