Saeb Erekat, chief Palestinian negotiator in talks with Israel and a possible successor to Palestinian Authority (PA) head Mahmoud Abbas, has equated Israel's government with the Islamic State (ISIS) and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) published a list on Friday of flags which are banned to display during the upcoming 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden next month, including those of the Islamic State (ISIS) and the Palestinians. The decision has angered the Palestinians.

Saeb Erekat again lied about non-existent Palestinian "history" and condemned the Balfour Declaration, which recognized Israel's right to a Jewish national homeland in British-Mandate Palestine. He's also pretty upset at the British for enabling it in the first place.

Our leaders, who are fully responsible for sending these teenagers to throw stones and firebombs at Jews, are sitting in their luxurious offices and villas in Ramallah and rubbing their hands with deep satisfaction.

Palestinian leaders praised violence against Jews visiting the Temple Mount on the Jewish New Year. PA Chair Mahmoud Abbas even said Jews have no right to desecrate the site "with their filthy feet."

In what can be considered a dangerous, precedent-setting ruling, the US Supreme Court declared that the United States does not recognize Jerusalem - both the Eastern and Western parts of the city - as the capital of the state of Israel.

The PA established a new committee to monitor lawsuits against Israel. Both Jerusalem and Washington have criticized this latest act of diplomatic warfare.