Arab League representatives have forced a Jewish delegation to leave a summit of the African Union held in Equatorial Guinea.
“It all began when one of the Arab delegates, from Egypt, approached us at dinner the night before the opening and asked what we were doing here, pointing at the men wearing kippahs,” Israeli businesswoman Yardena Ovadia told Ynetnews. The website said Ovadia had organized the invitation of the Jewish delegation to the summit.
Despite the fact that most of the Jews in the room, Arab delegates refused to enter the room the following morning until the group they called the “Israeli” delegation had left. The Palestinian Authority delegate, representing PA Chairman Abu Mazen, said that Jews are currently inflicting a “holocaust” on Palestinians in response to the Holocaust Jews experienced during World War II.
According to Ynetnews, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon was in the hall, as well as Egyptian President al-Sisi, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, four Iranian government ministers and other foreign dignitaries. None stood up for the Jews.
“In our hotel are four senior Iranian ministers,” said Ovadia. “They were very cordial until the day of the summit’s opening. They slammed us unjustifiably. This will not go unanswered.”