PA TV host tells student: Palestine will return to us - watch

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 14, 2019 09:07
Palestinian drawing of the map of Israel

Palestinian drawing of the map of Israel. (photo credit: screenshot)

 
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In a video made last month and published recently with translation by Palestinian Media Watch, a Palestinian TV anchor tells students that all of Israel will one day be Palestine.

"Hold up your [drawing of] the map of Palestine,” the woman says, as the camera zooms in on a hand-drawn image. “How nice! Allah willing, all of Palestine will return to us and we will enjoy its breathtaking views.”
The clip was aired on the Palestinian TV program The Best Home on February 21.






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