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Palestinian Media Watch
On anniversary of UN’s ‘declaration of the rights of the child,’ Palestinians still imbue youth with hate
Sports tournaments, school books, cultural events and even music videos glorify terrorists and encourage Palestinian youth to aspire to kill and be killed.
Israel report tallies ‘sharp increase’ in Palestinian violence in past two months
It underlines two deadly terror attacks in the Barkan Industrial Park and Gush Etzion, as well as attempted stabbings of Israel Defense Forces soldiers.
Danon: ‘Abbas has led his people down a path of self-destruction and misery’
Displaying a Palestinian Authority textbook for the current year, Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon said “this is Abbas’s culture of hate—right in front of you. This is the reason Palestinian schoolchildren learn that it is better to kill a Jew than keep a job.”
European Parliament to vote on freezing aid to PA over school textbook incitement to violence
A call to vote follows the Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education report that analyzed new Palestinian textbooks, proving that they “encourage Palestinian children to sacrifice their lives in the name of religion,” and “glorified martyrdom and violent resistance.”
British government plans inquiry into incitement in Palestinian textbooks
“It is grotesque that U.K. taxpayers’ money is helping to support the teaching of a curriculum which incites violence and terrorism and spreads anti-Semitism,” said Parliament member Joan Ryan.
Waiver clause threatens integrity of Israeli equivalent to America’s Taylor Force Act
“We managed to get Taylor Force passed without any type of waiver whatsoever, which was a difficult and noteworthy accomplishment,” said Sander Gerber, a New York-based hedge fund executive who was a strong proponent of the Taylor Force Act. “Any Israeli equivalent of the law should also be passed without a waiver.”