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Palestinian sports teams named after terrorists responsible for the murders of more than 150 people participate in Palestinian football championship 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, June 23, 2015
Headline: “Continuation of Ramadan football championship in Abu Dis”
     “The Abu Dis Youth Club and the organizing committee arranged the sixth Ramadan Abu Dis Championship, which takes place on the grass field of the Abu Dis Club starting in the month of Ramadan, immediately after evening prayers. The sports teams of Abu Dis, Al-Eizariya, Al-Sawahrah Al-Sharqiya, Jabel Mukaber, Sheikh Sa’ad, and Jerusalem are participating in this year’s championship... This year, as usual, 32 teams participated, bearing the names of Martyrs (Shahids), prisoners, villages [from which Palestinians were] deported, and Palestinian regions. The participating teams were divided into eight groups, so that each group included four teams. The draw and division of the teams was as follows:
The second group: Alam Al-Takyif team (“The World of Air conditioning” - the name of a company - Ed.), Martyr Abu Jihad team, prisoner Khader Adnan team, Al-Hutta team (Al-Hutta is one of the gates of the Al-Aqsa Mosque -Ed.).
The fifth group: Return team, Martyr Khaled Nazzal team, The Night Horsemen (The Night Horsemen is an Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades unit -Ed.) team, Martyr Abu Ali Mustafa.
The seventh group: Qastel team, Ashkelon team, Martyr Abu Amar [Yasser Arafat] team, Mutaz Hijazi team."

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Click "Full article" for information about the terrorists honored in the championship

PA-Fatah summer camp for kids: AK-47 automatic weapons and youth in military uniforms dancing with rifles 
Source: Fatah-run Awdah TV, June 12, 2015
Fatah-run Awdah TV program Morning of my Homeland reports on the fifth summer camp ‘Jerusalem in the Eyes of the Lion Cubs and Flowers of Palestine.’
The report begins by showing children wearing uniforms and carrying rifles performing a folk dance. The camp was eight days long and was organized by the PA National Security Forces. More than 150 children of “Martyrs” (Shahids) and prisoners participated in the camp. The camp took place in Sebastia in the Nablus district, in coordination with the Fatah youth movement ‘Institution for Lion Cubs and Flowers of Palestine’ (translated to English on their shirts as ‘Institution for Young Boys and Girls).
The camp’s closing ceremony in Sebastia, during which the campers also danced with rifles, was attended by Nablus District Governor Akram Rajoub, Minister and Head of Bureau of Clerks Musa Abu Zaid, Secretary of Fatah’s Nablus branch, and representatives of the PA national Security Forces. The closing ceremony integrated artistic performances and a military parade by the campers during which the Nablus District Governor spoke.

The first and second images show a group of youths parading on stage, dressed in uniforms, some carrying rifles:

The third image shows Nablus District Governor Akram Rajoub  sitting in the audience, and the last image shows the audience seated in front of the stage:

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PA school message: "Palestine" will replace Israel 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, June 2, 2015

Wall painting at PA Ministry of Education's Al-Karameh school in the West Bank. In the painting appears a map labeled "Palestine" that includes the PA areas and all of Israel. The Palestinian flag is flying from the center of the map, symbolizing future political sovereignty over what is now Israel.
Text in painting: "On this land is something worth living for" (Song by Mahmoud Darwish, Palestinian national poet).
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Note: The Al-Karameh battle - On March 21, 1968, Israeli army forces attacked the town of Karameh in Jordan, where Fatah terrorists had been launching attacks on Israel. Although Israel prevailed militarily, Arafat used the event for propaganda purposes, declaring the battle a great victory that erased the disgrace of the 1967 Six Day War defeat.
Jews are "barbaric monkeys," "most evil among creations," in poem recited by girl on PA TV  
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, May 29, 2015

Girl: "I do not fear the rifle
because your throngs are in delusion and are ignorant herds
Jerusalem is my land, Jerusalem is my honor
Jerusalem is my days and my wildest dreams
Oh, you who murdered Allah’s pious prophets (i.e., Jews in Islamic tradition)‎
Oh, you who were brought up on spilling blood
Oh Sons of Zion, oh most evil among creations
Oh barbaric monkeys
Jerusalem opposes your throngs
Jerusalem vomits from within it your impurity ‎
Because Jerusalem, you impure ones, is pious, immaculate
And Jerusalem, you who are filth, is clean and pure
I do not fear barbarity
As long as my heart is my Quran and my city
As long as I have my arm and my stones
As long as I am free and do not barter my cause
I will not fear your throngs, I will not fear the rifle"
PA TV host:‎ "Bravo! Jerusalem is the eternal capital of Palestine, we will never forget it.‎"
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PA TV for kids: All of Israel is "occupied" and "will return to us" 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, May 23, 2015

Puppet Marwan:‎ "How beautiful is the sea and the view. Director, take a shot of it. ‎This is Tel Aviv. Take a look. It was named Tel Aviv after Jaffa was occupied. Can you ‎believe it? Jaffa was here and it became Tel Aviv...‎"
PA TV host:‎ "Good for you, Marwan, you went to see Jaffa and had fun there... My ‎friends, I am telling you that for sure Jaffa, and not only Jaffa but also Haifa, Acre, ‎Nazareth and all the Palestinian cities occupied in 1948 will return to us one day.‎"
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Note: This video appeared on official PA TV on March 6, May 15 and May 23, 2015‎.
Child soldier encourages violence against Israel in Fatah Facebook ‎music video 
Source: Facebook, Fatah - The Main Page, Apr. 25, 2015

Child singer Muhammad Al-Basyouni:‎
"See the [Al-Aqsa Martyrs’) Brigades (Fatah’s military wing) who set up ambushes
The Al-Aqsa Martyrs emerged with rifles
He wore a vest, bade farewell and returned with booty: a machine gun and a cannon
He overcame his wounds
I saw the Brigades' member when he left
A machine gun and a rifle adorned his clothes
May he stay young
The Brigades, the Brigades
The Brigades’ hawk with the keffiyeh – who else has his stature?‎
See how the follower of Yasser [Arafat] reacts when he raises his weapon
Brigades, [your] snipers vowed to hit the target with the first shot
The [Brigades'] bombing made a loud noise
The Brigades set out on a mission and waited for the signal
Tell those who were not there: We laid mines in the orchard
O my land, be strong and tremble from the Al-Aqsa rockets. Be proud
We defied the [Israeli] drone and retaliated against the [air] strike." 
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PA daily reports on novel by Palestinian student about “occupied Palestinian city” of Haifa 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Apr. 2, 2015
Headline: “’The love of Haifa’ – a novel by child Dunya Sanawnaw from Salfit”
      "They absorb the love for the homeland from an early age: Despite her young age, and although there are some who question her novel, Dunya Sanawnaw, a 10th grader at the Girls High school in Salfit, was 15 when she completed her first novel, where she expresses her fervent love for her dear homeland Palestine.
Without guidance from anyone, she finished writing the novel ‘The Love of Haifa’, which weighs on the readers and makes them cry over the situation of Haifa, 67 years after its occupation by the ‘Israelis’… She said: ‘I visited Haifa and Acre, and they were very beautiful, but when I was a little girl I went shopping in Haifa and wanted to buy a bottle of water from one of the shops on the Haifa beach. I was surprised that the shopkeeper did not know Arabic and I had to speak English to him to make him understand what I wanted to buy. I found out later that he was a Jewish settler brought from abroad.’ As for the details of the novel, Sanawnaw wrote about the essence of her ideas, her emotions and her deep love for the Palestinian city of Haifa, and its transformation from a pure Palestinian and Arab city, lively and full of joy… to a city that only 2% of its current residents are Palestinians, [a city] forgotten by some.
Sanawnaw noted that her novel expresses the extent of the Palestinian man’s love for his homeland, and the fact that he has not forgotten [it], in spite of the expulsion and the long years that passed [since]; that he would sacrifice his life for it without hesitation; that he realizes that its liberation will not come on a silver platter; that the love of the homeland is rooted in his heart and thoughts; that the occupier must leave, not those who have been the legal owners of this land for thousands of years…&rdq
Boy on PA TV: Goal is "to boycott Israeli products and fight the Jews, kill them" 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Mar. 25, 2015

PA TV reporter: "Instilling the culture of boycotting occupation products in the hearts of children ‎and adolescents was the goal that led the [PA] Ministry of Education to place this issue at the center of ‎all school activities throughout the homeland... Through creative activities, [students] expressed ‎different views about support for national products and resistance through boycott.‎"
Boy participating in the theater contest at a school in Hebron: "I came to rehearse the play in order to boycott Israeli products and fight the Jews, kill them, and ‎defeat them. The goal is to boycott Israeli products.‎"
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Fatah: Terrorist involved in attacks that killed Israelis who also murdered a Palestinian "collaborator" "is a wonderful example for the children of Palestine" 
Source: Facebook, Fatah - The Main Page, Feb. 19, 2015
     “The hero of the famous Ein Arik operation (i.e., terror attack), the heroic Martyr (Shahid) prisoner Shadi Said Al-Saaideh… Shadi is a wonderful example for the children of Palestine, its youth and heroes of Palestine. He was born from the womb of Palestinian suffering on March 8, 1981 in a diaspora refugee camp in Jordan, and returned to the Gaza Strip after the signing of the Oslo Accords… With the start of the Al-Aqsa Intifada (i.e., the PA terror campaign 2000-2005) he joined Fatah’s Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades.
The famous Ein Arik operation:
On February 19, 2002, he [Al-Saaideh] drew his weapon in defense of his homeland and his nation. He went towards the Ein Arik military checkpoint, near the village of Ein Arik, west of Ramallah, together with one of his comrades in the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades, and carried out a glorious operation (i.e., terror attack) which will continue to shine in the books of the resistance and the self-sacrificing operations (Fida'i).
Shadi, the hero of the famous Ein Arik operation – that extraordinary self-sacrificing operation which shocked the Israeli security establishment and rocked the occupation to its very foundations. For he shot at Israeli soldiers gathered at the Ein Arik military checkpoint, killing 8 soldiers and wounding others, before he and his friend succeeded in retreating.”

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Fatah leader in Jenin: Youth must “continue ‎walking the path of the Martyrs” 
Source: Fatah-run Awdah TV, Feb. 12, 2015
Fatah-run Awdah TV broadcast from an event ‎held in honor of the Lion Cubs and Flowers ‎Institution (Fatah Youth Institution for Young ‎Boys and Girls) in Jenin.‎
     ‎“Fatah Secretary in Jenin Ata Abu ‎Rmeileh: ‘These activities are of utmost ‎importance. Fatah’s Jenin branch has ‎been holding them through the Lion Cubs ‎and Flowers Institution [Fatah Youth ‎Institution for Young Boys and Girls]… ‎Adherence to the Palestinian principles: ‎The right of return, the [Palestinian] state ‎and Jerusalem as the capital of the State of ‎Palestine. These [young] generations ‎must be molded according to those ‎principles, so that they will continue ‎walking the path of the Martyrs ‎‎(Shahids), foremost among whom is ‎Martyr Yasser Arafat; of those who fought ‎in South Lebanon, utterly humiliating the ‎Israelis; the RPG generals (i.e., young ‎Palestinian boys who fired RPGs at Israeli ‎tanks during the first Lebanon war in ‎‎1982); of the Institution’s girls and boys in ‎the Jenin refugee camp and all around the ‎homeland, who manufactured simple ‎Palestinian hand grenades, fought the ‎occupation and defeated this occupier. ‎This generation must keep this trust, in ‎order to realize these [Fatah’s] principles…‎ This occupation must be fought in all areas ‎of life, including [those of] education, ‎struggle, boycotting Israeli products, ‎resistance to the settlers and popular ‎resistance.”‎
Story in youth magazine presents Palestinians as “potential Martyrs, who are ready to die and turn their bodies into bombs which will explode if they so wish” 
Source: Zayzafuna magazine, Feb. 1, 2015
Excerpt in Zayzafuna, a PLO magazine for children funded by the PA, of the story Scheherazade and the Rich Land by Palestinian Saudi Arabian author Fatima Nazzal.

In the story, Scheherazade is a Palestinian girl who was born and grew up in Saudi Arabia.

Headline: "Scheherazade and the Rich Land”
“My friends ask me: Why does your family stay there [in Palestine]? Why don’t they come here? Why do you want to die? The Jews are criminals?? I am silent. These questions demonstrate ignorance and superficial thinking and education. They don’t know that the injured homeland is Arabic Canaanite, and that it belongs to us and we are planted in it like the olive tree (planted in the homeland) like a thorn in the throat of the occupying monster. They [the Jews] want a land without a people and are doing everything to achieve this. And we want a whole land, they should leave here and be torn out and return to where they came from, or [the land] will be their final graveyard. They [the Jews] want to deny this [Palestinian] people. They are scared of the people’s children more than of the youth and elders. They are scared of a future which holds potential Martyrs (Shahids), who are ready to die and turn their bodies into bombs which will explode if they so wish. Don’t relax, O occupier, and know that Palestine is constantly born anew, and their stalks of wheat are not empty.”
Girl sings Haifa and Jaffa is “Palestine” at PA ministry festival 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Jan. 9, 2015

This song was performed at a festival organized by the PA TV children's program
The Best Home, held in cooperation with the PA Ministry of Tourism:

Lyrics: "By Allah, oh traveling [bird], I burn with envy.
My country Palestine is beautiful.
Turn to Safed, and then to Tiberias,
and send regards to the sea of Acre and Haifa.
Don't forget Nazareth, the Arab fortress,
and tell Beit Shean about its people's return."
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PA TV children's program: "Treachery has been their [Jews'] nature from the days of Moses" 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Dec. 26, 2014
Official PA TV children’s program The Best Home.

Girl tells a story: “This home was the home of our father, and the foreigners came to banish us. After all, we and they were friends and loved each other long ago. Jonah helped Fatima with the laundry and Fatima boiled milk for her, and lit the candle for her on Sabbath. It never occurred to us to hurt them, but the truth is that after a few years they took over our land although they never [even] walked the whole of it. Rather, they were scattered in different places, and this doesn’t tell us they have historical roots in Palestine. We are not surprised, since treachery has been inherent in them from the days of Moses the prophet until the present day. May any exploiter’s trickery return upon his own neck. Say Amen with me.”

Girl recites a poem by Mahmoud Darwish:
“Write down!
I am an Arab.
You have stolen the orchards of my ancestors
And the land which I cultivated
Along with my children
And you left nothing for us
Except for these rocks.
So will the State take them
As it has been said?!
Write down on the top of the first page:
I do not hate people
Nor do I encroach
But if I become hungry
The usurper's flesh will be my food
Of my hunger
And my anger!”

PA TV host: “Bravo, you are wonderful, really talented! What do you think of this – come every once in a while and tell us a story with your beautiful style.”
PA TV to kids: All of "occupied Palestine" will "return to us" 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Dec. 19, 2014

PA TV host: "I'm happy with Linda because she wears a map of Palestine, dear children, which includes all of Palestine - occupied Palestine - that will return to us one day. Thank you, Linda dear, I love you very much."
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PA TV host of children’s show promotes non-violence 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Dec. 19, 2014
Official PA TV program The Best Home showed a young girl named Linda singing a song.
Song text: 

“They have burdened you with concern for the homeland;
They have wrapped you in it since you were small.
Even the day you died a Martyr (Shahid), they did not allow the procession to march.
They banned the song and the prelude, imprisoned the poet and the singer.
They forced a life of humiliation [on us]; They killed the street and the masses.
Keep standing firm; woe to you should you bow your head;
He who bows his head lives in humiliation.
Rise above glory and march; draw a machine gun on your arm;
If they stop my voice or pen, teach my songs by heart, do not forget.
If they stop the word inside the poet’s heart,
It must explode.”
Official PA TV host: “Bravo. Your voice is beautiful. You’re so talented. Bravo. But we always challenge the occupation – how? With our love of life, with our smiles, with our hope, with our search for happiness and by continuing along our path to happiness.”
Girl on PA TV: Muslims, Christians and Jews "are all the same and if we don’t love each other, it’s a big problem" 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Dec. 15, 2014
Official PA TV program Palestine This Morning about a play entitled “The School,” about religious tolerance. The play included a song entitled “The Quran, the New Testament and the Torah.” This clip was broadcast from a school in Nablus: 
Girl who participated in the play: “Through the song, ‘The Quran, the New Testament and the Torah,’ I discovered that we are all brothers (i.e., Muslims, Christians and Jews) and no girl is different from the other – we are all the same and if we don’t love each other it’s a big problem.”
Girl on PA TV: “My toys are the stone ‎and rifle”‎ 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Nov. 28, 2014
Official PA TV program The Best Home ‎broadcast a young girl singing a song ‎entitled “I am a Palestinian child”‎:

Girl: ‎‎“I am a Palestinian child; ‎
My childhood – between stone and fire.‎
I grew up among bombs and destruction.‎
My toys are the stone and rifle.‎

My drawing is my ruined home.‎
My book is the number of Martyrs ‎‎(Shahids).‎
My school is behind the wall.‎
My colors are my country’s flag:‎
‎ ‎
Red is the blood of the Martyr.‎
Green is our renewed hope.‎
Black is mourning for Palestine
White is victory over the usurpers.‎

Ask not where my childhood is,‎
For it lies buried beneath ruins and ‎ashes.”‎

Official PA TV host: “My sweetie. These ‎words are full of meaning.”‎
PA TV kids' program: Israel is “our lands occupied in 1948… ‎until all of Palestine is liberated” 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Nov. 28, 2014

Official PA TV program The Best Home:
Official PA TV host: “My friends, the ‎singers [we just heard] were Fatafit, from ‎our lands occupied in 1948 (i.e., Israel). ‎My young friends, these are the lands ‎Israel occupied in 1948. There are still ‎Palestinians living there, but they are ‎under the full control of the Israelis, ‎unfortunately. Yet, everything inside them ‎is Palestinian. Their entire message is ‎Palestinian, and they will continue to ‎protect our lands there, until the day ‎when all of Palestine is liberated.”‎
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Cartoon promotes rock-throwing 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Nov. 2, 2014

Text: “Purification before prayer is performed with stones.”

Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, the official Palestinian daily, published a cartoon alluding to the Islamic custom of purification before prayer. In general, purification is performed with water; if there no water is available, sand is used. The cartoon shows a father handing his son a slingshot and telling him that purification before prayer is performed with stones.
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Official PA TV host: “What Israel? It's our land”‎ 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Oct. 4, 2014

Boy, guest on show: “I have never entered Israel or Gaza.”‎
TV host: “What Israel? It's our land.”‎
Boy: “Israel is our land – the 1948 lands.”‎
Host: “It's our land, occupied Palestine.”‎
Boy: “The 1948 lands.”‎
Host: “Our land, occupied Palestine. It's Haifa, Jaffa, Acre (i.e., Israeli cities). These are ‎our occupied lands, the 1948 lands that Israel occupied in 1948. Israel occupied them ‎in 1948. These are Palestinian lands and will remain Palestinian.‎
Allah willing, they will return to us some day and will not be under the rule of the ‎occupation.”‎
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