The Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, found that a mere 26% of Palestinian Arabs support efforts to establish a peace deal with Israel, while most prefer continuing its “armed struggle,” the cynical euphemism for murdering Jews.
By David Rosenberg
A plurality of Palestinian Arabs support terror attacks against Israelis Jews, while only about a quarter say they support negotiations to resolve the conflict, a new poll shows.
According to the results of a survey released Thursday by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, nearly 40% of Arab residents of Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and the Gaza Strip backed the use of violence against Israelis – called by the euphemism “armed struggle” for the purposes of the poll. Continue Reading »
Based on claims by Hamas that one of their relatives assisted Israel in locating 3 senior terrorists for elimination during the 2014 Gaza war, the Palestinian family reported on Friday that they had executed him in the city of Rafah, Gaza.
By Elad Benari, Canada
A Gazan family said on Friday it had killed one of its relatives, claiming he had helped Israel track down and kill three senior Hamas terrorists, including one of the man’s own kinsmen.
In a statement quoted by Yediot Aharonot, the family of Ahmed Barhoum said it had shot him in the city of Rafah after they were told by Hamas that he had provided information to Israel. Continue Reading »
Organizers of the film festival in Singapore resonated the same message that Israel’s been claiming for years: ‘Palestinian media incites violence.’
By Israel Today Staf
Israel’s been complaining about ongoing Palestinian incitement to violence (in violation of the so-called “Oslo Accords”) for years. Now, it seems some in the international community are finally catching on to the problem.
PALLYWOOD at work: In attempts at provoking a physical response by the IDF to humiliate the soldiers and officers on social media, 16 yr-old Palestinian Ahed Tamimi slaps, punches and kicks them while family members film the attack. Ahed Tamimi has subsequently been arrested, and is being held for trial.Continue Reading »
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.”
Since the ‘Palestinian’ culture is young, having only been declared in the mid 1960’s, more time will be needed before genuine archaeological exhibits are added.
By Hillel Fendel
The world has long had its absolutely shortest books – “Light Jewish Cuisine,” and “Tips on Courting Israel” by Barack Obama,” to name a couple – but now it has its emptiest museum, and this time for real: The Palestinian Museum of Art, History and Culture – with absolutely nothing in it.
The EMPTY Palestinian Museum – Facebook Page
The museum is actually named the Palestinian Museum, it cost $24 million, and it is scheduled to celebrate its opening today in Birzeit, just outside Ramallah (and Beit El). Continue Reading »
The 12-centimeter high sculpture of King Herod’s lover Mariamne, also known as Miriam in Hebrew, valued at nearly a million dollars, was confiscated by the Palestinian Authority who claim it as ‘Palestinian culture’.
The Palestinian Preventive Security Services (PPS) arrested Monday night three Palestinians who tried to smuggle an ancient statue of King Herod’s lover from the West Bank city of Tulkarm into Israel.
Herod’s lover, Mariamne. – Photo: WIKIPEDIA COMMONS/REPRODUCED BY PERMISSION OF THE SYNDICS OF CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY/FRIEDBERG
A statement released by the PPS following the incident read: “Based on intelligence information, security forces burst on Sunday into a home in Zeita, a village in north Tulkarm, and carried out a complicated security operation, during which they arrested three archaeologists and confiscated the statue.”
According to the statement, the archaeologists held negotiations with an Arab-Israeli merchant aimed at selling the statue for $600,000. Continue Reading »
PA mufti of Gaza on official TV teaches men that one should not beat their wife so badly that the police intervene to protect her.
By David Rosenberg
Hit her, but don’t make her ugly.
That’s the message of an official Palestinian Authority (PA) television show in Gaza teaching Muslim men how to keep their wives “in line,” as translated by Palestinian Media Watch.
“When she makes a mistake,” explains the PA Mufti of Gaza, Hassan Al-Laham, “he will explain: you shouldn’t do this and that.” After this warning stage, advises the Mufti, men should “separate” from their wives until they change their behavior. Continue Reading »
UNESCO Director-General issues formal statement ‘deploring’ Palestinian initiative proposed by Arab states, to claim Judaism’s Kotel as part of Al-Aqsa compound saying it “undermines UNESCO’s mandate and efforts.”
Announcing that she had “started broad consultations so as to encourage UNESCO Member States to pursue constructive dialogue in accordance with UNESCO’s mandate” following announcement of the bid – which is being backed by several Arab member-states of UNESCO, the statement continued:
[Bokova] deplores the recent proposalsunder discussion by the UNESCOExecutive Board that could be seen to alter the status of the Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls, inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list and that could further incite tensions.
In a video taken at Dubai nightclub that surfaced on social media recently, millionaire son of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas appears to be more stimulated watching belly dancers and drinking alcohol than getting involved in his country’s affairs.
By Daniel Siryoti & Israel Hayom Staff
As Palestinian terror wave against Israel continues, it looks like Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ son, Yasser, is less interested in the current crisis than in living it up it Dubai.
A video that surfaced recently on social media features Yasser Abbas partying at a nightclub in Dubai. He is seen sipping alcohol, which is forbidden under Islam, smoking cigars and partying with belly dancers.
The proposal, likely to pass due to Muslim majority in the UNESCO Executive Council, will have Judaism’s Kotel (a.k.a. Western Wall or Wailing Wall in English) renamed Buraq Plaza, and incorporated as part of Islam’s Al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
By Ari Yashar
In an attempt to gain international legitimacy for its rewriting of history, the Palestinian Authority (PA) will submit a resolution to UNESCO (UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) next week claiming the Kotel (Western Wall) as its own.
The proposal calls to have the Kotel in Jerusalem – which is an outer wall of the Temple Mount that is the holiest site in Judaism – recognized as part of Al-Aqsa Mosque located on the Mount, reports Yedioth Aharonoth on Friday. Continue Reading »
Whenever the war of annihilation against Israel has threatened to die out, as it did after Israel’s victory in her 1948 War of Independence, or again after Israel’s peace treaties with Egypt and Jordan, it has been the Palestinian national movement that has reignited it through its relentless campaign to demonize Israel and slaughter her citizens.
By Devin Sper
During a debate at Arizona State University against anti-Israel Israelis of the far left, I told the story of Haj Amin al-Husseini, founder of the Palestinian national movement and protégé of Adolf Hitler. Seeing heads shake in disbelief, I challenged those who doubted these facts to Google it. Continue Reading »
Shocking footage of cattle exported from Australia being tortured and killed in the streets of Gaza is being described by an Australian animal rights group as the worst animal cruelty case it has ever seen in the live export industry, The West Australian news reported Thursday.
Animal cruelty in Gaza – Photo by Screenshot/Animals Australia
Footage compiled by Animals Australia shows bulls being “knee-capped by a man armed with an assault rifle, another stabbed in the eye and other having their throats hacked open in the streets.”
Animals Australia wants urgent action to bar a Livestock Shipping Services boat, which docked at Fremantle Wednesday, from loading sheep or cattle, after a series of allegations involving the Perth-based company, owned by the Jordanian firm Hijazi & Ghosheh Group. Continue Reading »
The Oscar-nominated film “5 Broken Cameras,” a chronicle of Palestinian nonviolent resistance co-directed by Palestinian Emad Burnat and Israeli Guy Davidi, nabbed the best documentary award at the 41st annual International Emmy Awards.
Producer Christine Camdessus and Palestinian director Emad Burnat with their best documentary award during the 41st International Emmy Awards in New York, November 25, 2013. – Photo: Reuters
Reuters photographer scurries to take pictures, as Palestinian teenager poses with his newly-wed bride.
I got a phone call from a friend asking if I wanted to photograph a wedding in Gaza. I told him I wasn’t interested but when he told me the groom was 15 years old and the bride was one year younger than him, I rushed to the location immediately.
Happy young couple – Photo: Reuters
After arriving I saw people celebrating in the street not far from the border between Israel and the northern Gaza Strip. Among them was a young Palestinian boy being carried on the shoulders of relatives and friends. Continue Reading »
The Gazans did not contend themselves to simply slaughtering the animals, but first engaged in torture. The cattle predictably responded by attacking their tormenters.
By Israel Today Staff
At least 125 Palestinians in Gaza were wounded while torturing and slaughtering cattle in the streets as part of the Muslim holiday of Eid al Adha, Palestinian media reported.
Palestinians Torturing Cattle – screenshot
Gaza has five official slaughterhouses, but wait times were hours long, so a great many Gazans decided to do their own public butchering for the holiday, which is typically accompanied by much feasting.
But, as videos and pictures posted to the Internet revealed, many of the Palestinians did not contend themselves to simply slaughtering the animals, but first engaged in what can only be described as torture. Continue Reading »
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