Ayalon hails work of PMW, says PA incitement continuing

May 3, 2010 17:00


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Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon hailed the work of Palestinian Media Watch on Monday during a press conference on the subject of Palestinian incitement. 

At the beginning of the briefing, Ayalon was presented with a copy of the organization's latest research report on the topic."I thank the PMW for this research. We will study it and give our response," he said. "I welcome the activities of this organization, which exposes Palestinian society and the Palestinian Authority as they present themselves not to the world but to themselves."

Ayalon emphasized that even without the report, Israel was well aware of ongoing Palestinian incitement, citing boycotts and the naming of squares after terrorists.

"These things do not allow for an atmosphere of trust or progress towards true reconciliation," he said.

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