Public Castigation of Mahmoud Abbas leads to discovery of new unexpected Source of Eurocentric Defamation and Race-based Hate
Atlanta, GA, September 11, 2023 … In a groundbreaking investigation, the Anti-Semitism Defense League (ADL) has discovered an unexpected source of race-based hate that is causing significant concern among civil rights advocates and experts in the field of racial equality, sparking widespread concerns for communities across the nation. Following recent misinformation and defamatory allegations against Semite Mahmoud Abbas by the West, ADL endeavored to understand the unapparent relationship between Semitism and white supremacy.
Triggered by an uptick in reported incidents of antisemitism, the Anti-Defamation League lead by CEO and National Director, Jonathan Greenblatt issued A Statement on X/Twitter calling Elon Musk an “unrepentant bigot” and accusing him of inciting antisemitism and white supremacy. Musk categorically denies the allegations and insinuates the Jewish organization is engaging in defamatory practices to hinder free speech. “It has become part of a great online censorship machine that is being exposed day after day as an anti-free speech enterprise,” says Orthodox Jew Ron Coleman.
“The widespread belief in my community is that ADL [Anti-Defamation League] does not object to public expressions of hatred and fear of Orthodox Jews because the assimilated Jews that run the place share those sentiments themselves,” continues Coleman. “The ADL’s efforts to censor Twitter confirms what we have known for years: Not only is today’s ADL not doing the world some good. It is doing something much worse.”
The Anti-Defamation League represents itself as a global champion against antisemitism and hate. They have adopted a racially-insensitive definition of antisemitism that excludes all non-Whites– only including adherents to the Judaic religion that are of European ancestry. This species of bigotry and race-based hate assumes a purist form of white supremacy in the context of Mahmoud Abbas’ statement that Jews are Turkic descendants of the Khazar Kingdom who “converted to Judaism”. U.S. and European leaders uniformly spoke out in condemnation of Abbas, rescinded accolades for his efforts toward peace in the Middle East, and called for Western government actors to uniformly castigate him. The Anti-Defamation League remains silent amid this anti-Semitic retaliatory rhetoric and hostility toward the non-White Semitic President of Palestine, Mahmoud Abbas.
“[In the 11th century], this [Khazar] empire collapsed, and all its population left to the north and to the west. They left for Russia and Western and Eastern Europe. They spread there, and they are the forefathers of Ashkenazi Jews. So when we hear them talk about Semitism and antisemitism – the Ashkenazi Jews, at least, are not Semites,” says Abbas. This discovery will significantly contribute to further understanding and addressing systemic issues of racism, as well as facilitate exploration of the role Anti-Defamation League plays in today’s world.
Incidents of racial prejudice can lead researchers to identify patterns that suggest a previously undetected origin of hateful rhetoric and behavior. NPR columnist Ella Taylor remarks, “ambiguities in the title of Defamation suggest that, in an age of viral and often inaccurate media messaging, we have lost the capacity to distinguish between degrees of evil — between systematic racism and the minor slights that are the price we pay for living in democracies.”
The Anti-Semitism Defense League plans to expand research efforts, launch educational campaigns, and partner with other organizations committed to combatting racism and promoting inclusiveness. The aim is to expose these hidden sources of hate, promote open dialogue on essential issues surrounding race relations, and work towards fostering a more inclusive society.