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Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas (at 80) in a 2015 meeting of the Fatah party.

Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas meets President Donald Trump at the White House in Washington DC this Wednesday.

The meeting between the two will follow by one day a pivotal vote in Geneva by the 58-member Executive Board of the United Nations Education, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on a resolution to disavow Israel’s sovereignty over her own eternal capital, the holy city of Jerusalem.

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The resolution is another attempt by the Palestinian Authority to dislodge Jews from their homeland, and to wrench Jerusalem from the heart of the nation.

“For peace to come, this must stop,” Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said just prior to the start of this holiday weekend, warning that long before discussions of “final status” arrangements can begin, the generations-long brainwashing and incitement against Jews and Israel that permeates Palestinian Authority society, perpetrated by the Ramallah government led by Abbas, must cease.

The prime minister is calling on readers to share the above video with their family and friends so that the truth becomes clear to all.

“We welcome every drop of blood spilled in Jerusalem,” Abbas has publicly declared to his people from the podium.

Abbas Zaki, a member of the Fatah Central Committee also led by Mahmoud Abbas, said bluntly on Palestinian Authority TV (monitored and translated by the Palestinian Media Watch), “What will be with Israel? Israel will come to an end.”

The children of the Palestinian Authority are taught in their schools to chant together, “Palestine is an Arab land from the river to the sea.”

The river — the Jordan River — and the sea — the Mediterranean Sea. In other words, there is no Israel, never was, and will never be.

These are the teachings of the terrorist government of Mahmoud Abbas, and have been for generations past, present and future.

Please share this video with others, and consider the implications of Wednesday’s meeting in the White House between Mahmoud Abbas and President Donald Trump.

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