Skip to comments.PA Still Educates for Martyrs, Armed Struggle for all of Israel
Posted on 08/29/2010 9:52:39 PM PDT by Nachum
As direct peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority are set to resume in Washington on Thursday, Arutz 7 spoke on Sunday with investigative journalist David Bedein about his film "For the Sake of Nakba". The film, which details the connection between the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) and PA incitement, will be shown on Monday on Capitol Hill to members of Congress and other senior American officials.
The film presents interviews with senior PA officials, school principals, as well as students and teachers who say that their goal is the lands of Israeli cities such as Beer Sheva, Ashkelon and Ashdod.
Bedein directs the bulk of his criticism towards UNRWA, who is responsible, among other things, for PA schools both in Gaza and in Judea and Samaria. UNRWA commemorates the Nakba [catastrophe, the term used by Arabs to describe the creation of Israel, held on May 15, the day after the declaration of the State, ed.] in cooperation with the Palestinian Authority, he said, and added: It is a central topic in the PA curriculum.
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If they want to be citizens of "Arab Palestine", it already exists. Has since 1921 or so.
It's called "Jordan".
But at least they’re not saying anything “detrimental to piece” or “inflammatory,” like praying for divine intervention. Only hatemonger Rabbis do things like that.