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Palestinian Media Watch Facebook Page Statistics

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  • About a half hour before Al-Aqsa TV, Hamas' television station in the Gaza Strip, was bombed by Israel, the station broadcast a music video repeatedly announcing: "Death to Israel." The video shows footage from terror attacks and scenes from funerals and burials of Israeli terror victims. The words "DEATH TO ISRAEL" flash in Hebrew on the screen.

Music videos calling for the killing of Israelis/Jews are common on Hamas' Al-Aqsa TV.

Read more about this here: https://bit.ly/2Dn5dx1

      

  • While Hamas has launched hundreds of missiles at Israeli civilian targets in the last 24 hours, Israel continues to warn Palestinian civilians before attacking strategic targets, to minimize civilian casualties.

One remarkable example can be seen and heard in the video of the last minutes of broadcasts from Hamas’ Al-Aqsa TV station. Al-Aqsa TV has been inciting to murder of Israelis and Jews for years, and yesterday, Israel decided to destroy its main broadcast building. However, as can be seen in this video, the station received ample warning from the Israeli army and air force to get all their staff out of the building before it was destroyed. In the video, the faint sounds of the three warning missiles that hit the building, as well as shouting of the TV staff can be heard in the background.

More about this here: https://bit.ly/2qLf9ce

      

  • It's that time of the year again... when Palestinian Authority officials lash out at former British Foreign Minister Arthur Balfour and curse him and Britain on the anniversary of Balfour's declaration from 1917 that Britain favored "the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people."

Wanting to educate Palestinians on how and why "the ominous Balfour Promise" came into being, PA Minister of Education Sabri Saidam posted a video produced by official PA TV, with a "simple" - and antisemitic - explanation:

"The old continent was sick of the behavior of the Jews at the time, and therefore it planned to get rid of them."
Read more here: https://bit.ly/2PeVeB7

      

  • Hitler was sent by Allah to punish the Jews - PA TV sermon

      

  • PA TV: Israel stole the Palestinian falafel and hummus along with the rest of the Palestinian heritage

      

  • Even after 46 years, Fatah still lauds its Olympics massacre

      

  • A judge in the Palestinian Authority's Islamic court system, Muhannad Abu Rumi, taught on official PA TV earlier this month that Jews "dance and live on the body parts of others, and on the blood of others," and that "there is no global corruption that their rabbis did not allow." He also refered to Jews as "foreigners" and "fabricators of history." 

Read more about this here: https://bit.ly/2PCC30d

      

  • Terrorist prisoners smuggle sperm out of prison and father babies

      

  • Abbas’ advisor: Islam’s religious war to destroy Israel has started

      

  • Fatah TV host anticipates taking Israelis hostage to "release our captives"

      

  • Cleric on PA TV: Israelis like "rats burrow under the ground" of Al Aqsa

      

  • The Olso Accords according to the PA - 25 years in review

      

About a half hour before Al-Aqsa TV, Hamas' television station in the Gaza Strip, was bombed by Israel, the station broadcast a music video repeatedly announcing: "Death to Israel." The video shows footage from terror attacks and scenes from funerals and burials of Israeli terror victims. The words "DEATH TO ISRAEL" flash in Hebrew on the screen. Music videos calling for the killing of Israelis/Jews are common on Hamas' Al-Aqsa TV. Read more about this here: https://bit.ly/2Dn5dx1

 

 

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