Palestinian Media Watch

Terrorists held as role models by PA on International Women's Day

According to Palestinian Media Watch, TV programs glorified Dalal Mughrabi, leader of a terrorist attack known as "The Coastal Road Massacre."

Palestinian Authority praises Munich massacre as a 'quality operation'

In a video shared by Fatah on the anniversary of the death of Black September commander Ali Hassan Salameh, the terrorist attack was classified as "a quality operation."

PALESTINIANS BURN tires in a demonstration during the First Intifada in Ramallah in 1988

'Expert' on PA TV claims Israeli rabbis encourage killing children

The claim from Wasef Erekat comes as PA and Fatah officials have long promoted terrorist attacks to Palestinian children.

PA TV: Palestinian 'expert' claims rabbis teach children to kill non-Jews

Palestinian Media Watch reported that this allegation was made by Wasaf Erekat, introduced as a military expert, on an official PA TV program in mid-December.

PA to pay three months pay for slay salaries to terrorists

The law will state that any person that makes a financial transaction which "supports, promotes, fund or rewards" terror activities will be subject to a prison sentence of up to 10 years

Abbas: Fatah will use full force on Palestinians who sell Israelis land

Abbas went on to say that, regardless of Israeli intervention, the PA will find a way to enforce this policy.

PA TV kids program claims Israel 'deliberately' kills Palestinian children

Viewers of the program would typically still be within the K12 schooling years.

Former PLO/PA Chairman Yasser Arafat: "this blood will spread on the land as it has spread on the Pa

PMW: PA highlights Arafat's call for martyrdom on anniversary of his death

Arafat died on November 11, 2004. He is commonly remembered for brokering peace accords with Israeli leaders, but the Palestinian Authority has chosen to highlight his calls for martyrs.

Image of Director of PLO Commission of Prisoners’ Affairs Qadri Abu Bakr, and text, posted to the Of

PLO official gives directly opposing statements to NYT and Arab media

Qadri Abu Bakr told The New York Times that prisoners' families salaries would change to match the families' needs, instead of correlating to prison sentence. He denied the statement to Arab media.

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