by Itamar Marcus and Barbara Crook on Palestinian Media Watch
Members of Fatah’s Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades are arming themselves for war against Israel by buying guns instead of food for their kids and by selling their wives’ jewelry, according to the official Fatah website. The website says that the Brigades, the so-called “military wing” of Fatah, are preparing a “harsh and painful” response to any Israeli attacks on Gaza. According to one of the heads of the Brigades, the fighters Continue reading →
From Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) by Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik (Bulletin 23.9.2009)
>>>The two hosts of a Hamas children’s TV program use three different words for “slaughter” to describe how to rid Israel of Jews. The bear puppet Nassur explains that all Jews must be “erased from our land,” and the young host Saraa then specifies, “They’ll be slaughtered.”
Later in the conversation Nassur adds, “We want to slaughter them, Saraa, so they will be expelled from our land.” He repeats, “…We’ll have to [do it] by slaughter.”
Three different Arabic expressions are used to describe the “slaughter” of the Jews: “Manhurin naher,” “Nidbah-hom” and “Shaht.”
The following is the transcript from the children’s program Tomorrow’s Pioneers:
It was only a question of time till some Palestinian will wake up and start denying the existence of the Jewish people’s connection to the Land of Israel and/or the Western Wall (I am actually sure that this is not the first attempt). Chuzpe indeed has no limits in this case!!
Please read the following Palestinian Media Watch (www.palwatch.org) article published by Itamar Marcus and Barbara Crook in the August 19 Bulletin of PMW:
A Palestinian Authority university lecturer is the latest PA academic to rewrite history and deny Jewish history in Jerusalem – in particular, the Jewish people’s connection to the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) of the Jewish Temple.
Shamekh Alawneh, a lecturer in modern history at Al-Quds Open University, says the Jews invented the connection to the Wall for political purposes, to convince European Jews and Zionists to come to “Palestine.” Continue reading →