The following day, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad declared with determination “The world obeys Israel, but not Malaysia! “.
Adding: “I do not understand why the world must follow Israel. The world has the power, but they choose to obey Israel. We do not! “.
Speaking to reporters in Putrajaya, he assured that “if Malaysia cannot organize this sporting event, we can organize others”.
Andrew Parsons, who is the president of the IPC, announced in a statement that “all world championships must be open to all eligible athletes and nations to compete safely and without discrimination”.
Mahathir Mohamad defined Israel as a “criminal nation” and paralleled “the striking ban on Israeli athletes to that of US President Donald Trump prohibiting citizens of five Muslim countries from entering the United States.”
Then addressing the entire audience, he asked this question:
“Why don’t people complain? “.
Stressing that “some European countries do not allow certain foreigners to come to their country. But we have our own reasons. These people (Israeli athletes) do not ask for asylum, they do not encounter difficulties. But they come from a country that does not obey international laws and we must respect our principle. “
Recall that Malaysia has no diplomatic relations with the Zionist entity of Israel. In addition, on the Malaysian passports, it is stated that these are “valid for all countries except Israel”.
As announced by Mr. Yahia Gouasmi, the president of The Anti-Zionist Party, 2019 is the year of consciousness. So, is the position of the Malaysian Prime Minister one of its expressions?
The Anti-Zionist Party congratulates Malaysian Prime Minister Mohamad Mahathir for his courageous distrust of Israel’s Zionist entity by loudly declaring the truth about “ISRAEL” which the PAS has been denouncing for many years.
It is time for everyone to become aware and stop “obeying” this illegitimate state that only sows chaos, desolation, destruction and war.
2019 is the year of consciousness, so let us wake up and take action to make this awareness universal