If world leaders were really serious about promoting a genuine Israeli-Palestinian peace, they need to pressure Palestinian leaders to prepare future generations for peace, by replacing gov’t sponsored anti-Israel incitement and “martyrdom” adulation, with messages of peaceful coexistence as Israel teaches.
Palestinians Exploiting Children to Fight Israel By Noah Beck
The new Palestinian curriculum for grades 1 to 4 “is significantly more radical than previous curricula,” concludes a new study by Hebrew University’s Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education (IMPACT-se-se). It “teaches students to be martyrs, demonizes and denies the existence of Israel, and focuses on a ‘return’ to an exclusively Palestinian homeland.”
The university reinstated the clearly anti-Israel course, accepting its US-born, Palestinian creator’s explanation, that it does not cross the line into political advocacy and organizing, claiming the study program is purely educational.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Just one week after the University of California, Berkeley, suspended the student-led course, “Palestine: A Settler Colonial Analysis,” the Bay Area university has decided to reinstate the controversy-raising class, according to The Guardian.
UC Berkeley campus in California. – Photo: BRAINCHILDVN/FLICKR/WIKIMEDIA COMMONS
The original decision to suspend the course was made last week after Dan Mogulof, the university’s assistant vice chancellor, charged that the course didn’t comply “with policies and procedures that govern the normal academic review and approval of proposed courses for the DeCal program.”
The DeCal program, according to California Jewish news, J.Weekly, features classes taught by students with a faculty sponsor supervising. Continue Reading »
Investigative reporter reveals UNRWA schools still reward & praise Palestinian terrorists, and Israel not only ignores it, but is blocking a US law against funding PA terror indoctrination.
By Shimon Cohen
At a facility in Judea of UNRWA, the UN body tasked with caring for “Palestinian refugees,” a festive ceremony was held on Monday honoring Abd al-Hamid Abu Srour, the 19-year-old Hamas terrorist who exactly a week ago bombed a bus in southeastern Jerusalem.
Journalist David Bedein, director of the Jerusalem-based Israel Resource News Agency as well as the Center for Near East Policy Research, told Arutz Sheva about the UN event to honor the terrorist who conducted the first bus bombing of the current terror wave, in which he died while wounding 15 victims. Continue Reading »
As some Palestinian leaders want normalization, and send holiday wishes, other Palestinians, that have sadly been breastfed & raised on the indoctrination of hatred from PA-TV, schools and social media, ardently opposed any ‘Holliday Blessings to Jews.’
By Israel Today Staff
A senior member of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and the ruling Fatah faction (and therefore of the Palestinian Authority) extended Passover greetings to Israelis on Sunday, sparking a wave of angry reactions by Palestinians.
Mohammed al-Madani is head of the Palestinian Committee for Interaction with Israeli Society, so it is his job to issue such statements.
But a growing number of Palestinians don’t want normalization and friendly relations with Israel, and so view al-Madani and his overtures as traitorous to the Palestinian cause. Continue Reading »
Another blatant act of child abuse as Palestinian children wear mock suicide belts in Bethlehem parade, proving once again Israel has no genuine peace partner in Abbas’ PA, since they’re indoctrinating a new generation of Palestinian terrorists.
By Israel Today Staff
In what can only be described as a celebration of violence and death, young Palestinian children participated in a Bethlehem parade last week by dressing up as armed terrorists, complete with mock suicide belts.
The parade marked the 51st anniversary of the first terrorist attack by Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah movement, and was attended by several high ranking Palestinian Authority officials. Continue Reading »
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