US president-elect Donald Trump hailed the Zionist entity of occupation as a “beacon of hope to countless people” on Friday in his first public message to the country since his upset victory.
“Israel and America share so many of the same values, such as freedom of speech, freedom of worship and the importance of creating opportunities for all citizens to pursue their dreams,” Trump said in the message published by the Zionist Israel Hayom newspaper.
Trump’s rhetoric does not differ from his predecessors in hailing the Zionists and turning blind eyes to their crimes against the Palestinian people and the whole Middle Eastern region.
He added that he hoped his administration would play a “significant role in helping the parties to achieve a just, lasting peace” between the occupying Zionists and the oppressed Palestinians, saying that any deal would have to be directly negotiated between the two sides.
Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was among the first leaders Trump spoke to after his election victory.