Nazih Khatatba is an Arab-Islamist, "Palestinian" Canadian hater, inciter.
Between Sep 1994 - Aug 2002 he worked at the Palestinian Authority.
He is a "Palestinian" community leader and active via his media.
He had previously advised Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, the military wing of the Fatah movement.
He has been publishing anti-Semitic cartoons, including a cartoon published in November 2012 which depicted Israelis eating Palestinian children and drinking their blood. At his Meshwar he has also praised terrorists and terrorist organizations. Khatatba refused to apologize for running the November 2012.
In February 2014, he supported Holocaust denial and asked ‘Why Should Palestinians Believe in Holocaust?’
In December 2014, he lauded the terrorists behind the Har Nof synagogue massacre in Jerusalem that left six dead in his al-Meshwar newspaper.
In May 2016 he uttered: "Canadian society should not believe the fairy tales [claiming] that the Jews suffered oppression."
In 2019 he had published a poem that appears to glorify violence against Israelis.
In Feb 2020 had published bloodlibels by an infamous Hamas antisemite.
In October 2020, his al-Meshwar pushed the conspiracy theory that Israel was the true "culprit" [sic]behind the (Hezbollah's linked) Beirut port explosion.
In 2022, Khatatba had glorified the 29/03/22 attacker, "Palestinian" murderer terrorist as a supposed "martyr," in a piece he wrote "Ramadan comes early in Palestine this year."
(Worth mentioning, the terrorist/ murderer, Diaa Hammarshe, had a comfortable life in a luxurious home, which, like other examples, belie the claims of those who blame Palestinians’ violence and attacks against Israelis on low socioeconomic conditions.)
See related: Nazism by Palestinian Arabs
- ↑ His linked In page.
- ↑ Protest Vigil at Palestine House, Nov 23, 2014, IsraelAA, Nov 20, 2014.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 B'nai Brith Canada - Annual Audit of Antisemitic Incidents 2016.
Antisemitic incitement through mass media in 2016 was not limited to print varieties. In May, an Arabic-language program on Rogers TV, called AskMirna, aired an episode following the Palestinian community’s commemoration of "Nakba Day," on which Palestinians mourn the establishment of the modern State of Israel and call for its destruction. In the course of the episode, the host interviewed Nazih Khatatba, a Palestinian community leader, who told viewers that, "Canadian society should not believe the fairy tales [claiming] that the Jews suffered oppression"...
- ↑ Christine Douglass-Williams, The Challenge of Modernizing Islam: Reformers Speak Out and the Obstacles They Face, Encounter Books, 2019.
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 Dalit Halevy, Maayana Miskin, ‘Why Should Palestinians Believe in Holocaust?’, INN, 25.02.14.
Palestinian-Canadian leader who praised terror now asks what is wrong with Holocaust denial.
Meshwar and Khatatba have previously come under criticism over anti-Semitic cartoons, including a cartoon published in November 2012 which depicted Israelis eating Palestinian children and drinking their blood. Meshwar has also praised terrorists and terrorist organizations.Khatatba refused to apologize for running the November 2012 cartoon.
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Canadian Arabic newspaper praises shul massacre,The CJN, December 7, 2014.
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 Aidan Fishman, Rogers TV Drops Arabic-Language Show Following Complaint of Antisemitism, B'nai Brith Canada, 2017-01-26.
Rogers TV, which runs community programming throughout Canada, has pulled the plug on an Arabic-language show called AskMirna after B’nai Brith Canada drew its attention to antisemitic messages promoted in the program. AskMirna which describes itself as "presenting an accurate, positive, inspiring and entertaining image of the Arab-Canadian community," dedicated an entire episode to "Nakba Day," in which Palestinians annually mourn the establishment of the State of Israel and call for its destruction. This included an interview with Nazih Khatatba, who described Jewish suffering as "fairy tales" [sic] and engaged in Holocaust denial.
Khatatba, a leader of Palestine House in Mississauga, Ont. has a history of inciting violence against Jews. In December, 2014, he  lauded the terrorists behind the Har Nof synagogue massacre in Jerusalem that left six dead in his al-Meshwar newspaper. The incident was later investigated by the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS).In other episodes of AskMirna, Palestinian-Canadian children are shown dancing to songs that praise terrorism against Israel, which is labelled "the (sic) rapist entity." "Antisemitic propaganda delivered through music and television is rampant in the Middle East, and constitutes a significant barrier to peace between Israel and the Palestinians," said Michael Mostyn, Chief Executive Officer of B’nai Brith Canada. "We cannot allow such hatred to be imported into this country, potentially radicalizing Canadian youth."
- ↑ Staff, CIJA ‘disturbed, but not surprised’ by Meshwar poem, CJN, August 22, 2019.
- ↑ Arabic-Language Canadian Newspaper Publishes Antisemitic Article by Hamas Official, Algemeiner, March 4, 2020.
An Arabic-language Canadian newspaper published an article by a Hamas official that glorified terrorists and accused Israel of (sic) stealing the organs of Palestinian prisoners, prompting a police complaint... on Feb. 28 the paper al-Meshwar, whose publisher Nazih Khatatba has denied the Holocaust, published an article by Dr. Mustafa Yusuf al-Lidawi
- ↑ McKenzie Sadeghi, Fact check: No evidence Beirut blast was an Israeli attack, USA Today, Aug 6, 2020.
- ↑ 11.0 11.1 Staff, Canadian paper praises B’nei Brak terrorist as ‘exceptional,’ a ‘martyr’, World Israel News, Apr 5, 2022.
The article, titled "Ramadan comes early in Palestine this year," was written by al-Meshwar’s editor-in-chief Nazih Khatatba, who lists the Hamas terror group’s Department of Arab and Islamic Relations as a former employer on his Facebook page... In October 2020, al-Meshwar wrote that Israel was the true culprit behind the Beirut port explosion... Khataba referred to the Holocaust as a "fairy tale."
- ↑ 'We will remove you', Hezbollah official told Beirut blast judge, Reuters, Sep 29, 2021.
- ↑ Judge probing Beirut port blast demands ex-minister’s arrest, TOI, 10 December 2021.
Tarek Bitar calls for immediate execution of warrant for Ali Hassan Khalil, a close aide to Lebanon’s Hezbollah-allied parliament speaker.
- ↑ Bennett in first response to attack: ‘We’re facing a deadly wave of Arab terrorism’, TOI, March 29, 2022.
- ↑ Bnei Brak Terrorist Identified As 26-Year-Old Affiliated With Fatah, VIN News, March 29, 2022.
The terrorist responsible for the shooting attack in Bnei Brak on uesday, has been identified as 26-year-old Diaa Hamarsheh from the village of Ya’abad, near Jenin. According to Israeli media, Hamarsheh has ties to the Fatah terror group, and previously spent a year and a half behind bars for his terrorist affiliations.He also had worked illegally at a building site in Bnei Brak.
- ↑ Bnei Brak Terrorist's Luxurious Home To Be Demolished By IDF, YWN, Apr 10, 2022.
The IDF informed the family of the Bnei Brak terrorist, Diaa Hamarsheh, that it intends to demolish their home...The photos of the luxurious home belie the claims of those who blame Palestinians’ violence and attacks against Israelis on low socioeconomic conditions. Photos of the home are reminiscent of the home of Muntassar Shalabi, the wealthy terrorist with US citizenship who murdered yeshivah student Yehuda Guetta, h’yd, 19, and injured two others in a drive-by terror shooting attack in May 2021.