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Diaspora minister: Palestinian Authority a ‘neo-Nazi entity’ that should be replaced

Likud MK Amichai Chikli at a conference in Tel Aviv, December 7, 2022. (Tomer Neuberg/Flash90)
Likud MK Amichai Chikli at a conference in Tel Aviv, December 7, 2022. (Tomer Neuberg/Flash90)

Diaspora Affairs Minister Amichai Chikli says that the Palestinian Authority is a “neo-Nazi entity” and that alternatives to it should be examined.

“I see the Palestinian Authority as a neo-Nazi entity in its essence and outlook,” Chikli tells the Ynet news site.

“I think that the Palestinian Authority, as of today, is the enemy of the State of Israel. We still do not have any peace agreement with it. It is an enemy entity, an entity that is antisemitic to its core, and we need to examine alternatives to the Palestinian Authority,” he says.

“The most anti-Semitic political entity on earth is the Palestinian Authority, in which 93% of the population advocates anti-Semitic positions,” Chikli says, referring to a 2014 report by the Anti-Defamation League.

“The address for this is the Palestinian Authority itself and its leader, an avowed Holocaust denier, who accused Israel of committing 50 holocausts while standing on German soil,” he adds, referring to the fiercely criticized speech last year by PA President Mahmoud Abbas.

“The PA has pay-to-slay — the more Jews you kill, the more money you get. [The PA] is the source of the problems and terror,” he says.

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