Israel to West: Stop funding unsupervised PA schools, media

March 13, 2011 03:43


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Israel will ask the West to stop funding the Palestinian educational system and Palestinian television until there is a significant supervisory body overlooking them, Yossi Kuperwasser, director-general of the Strategic Affairs Ministry, said Saturday night in the wake of the terrorist attack in Itamar.

Kuperwasser said in a briefing with reporters that there has been constant brainwashing against Israel in general, and settlers in particular, since Oslo, and that is what “leads to the murder of a four-month-old baby. Now there are condemnations in the international community, but the West continues to fund the Palestinian educational system and media.

“It’s no wonder a horrible murder like this is perpetrated when Israelis, particularly settlers, are depicted as subhuman,” he said.

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