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PA school play depicts Israeli soldiers planting knives on innocent Palestinians to kill them 
Source: Official Facebook page of Tuqu' Municipality (PA), May 11, 2016

In a play at the Tuqu’ High School for Boys, Israeli soldiers are shown planting a knife on an innocent Palestinian youth before shooting him to death. The play reinforces the libel that Israeli soldiers are cold-blooded murderers. The Tuqu' High School is under the Bethlehem Education Directorate under the PA Ministry of Education.
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Students participate in readers chain in El-Bireh honoring killer of 3  
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, May 3, 2016
Headline: “Baha Alyan chain of readers in El-Bireh”
     “‘We want our people to be a people that is educated and reads, as we love life and are trying to create joy among our children through reading, which was my son Baha Alyan’s hobby before he died as a Martyr (Shahid).’ (Terrorist Baha Alyan murdered 3 in a terror attack on a bus in Jerusalem –Ed.) Attorney Muhammad Alyan, father of Martyr Baha from Jerusalem, opened his address with these words, while speaking to an audience of male and female students who came to participate in the Baha chain of readers, in which hundreds participated with hundreds of different books... Likewise, he mentioned his son the Martyr who persevered in reading facing the walls of Jerusalem, on whose land he died as a Martyr, and whose body is still being held by the occupation after all these months. [He added:] ‘Reading has much symbolism and touches our hearts as the family of a Martyr who died on the doorstep of the Al-Aqsa Mosque while still reading, as he established the idea that reading is for everyone.’

Photo caption: “Baha [Alyan] chain of readers”
The photo shows Baha Alyan’s father in the middle of the bottom row with the participants in the Baha chain of readers.

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“Hundreds of students” participate in “chain of readers” in honor of terrorist who killed 3, organized with PA Ministry of Education 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Apr. 25, 2016
Headline: “El-Bireh: Baha chain of readers to mark Prisoner’s Day”
        “Hundreds of students of the El-Bireh schools and institutions participated in the Baha [Alyan] (i.e., terrorist who murdered 3) chain of readers yesterday [April 24, 2016] to mark [Palestinian] Prisoner’s Day, which was organized by the El-Bireh municipal library in cooperation with the [PA Ministry of Education’s] Education Directorate, the Family Revival Society, and a number of the city’s institutions in the Al-Mughtaribin School courtyard. In his speech, attorney Muhammad Alyan, father of Martyr (Shahid) Baha Alyan, noted that his Martyr son loved to read and participated in the chain of readers that was held surrounding the walls of Jerusalem… The school’s director, Aziza Zalum, gave a speech in which she emphasized the importance of organizing such activities, which convey two principle messages - that the struggle is not in conflict with the love for seeking knowledge or with the love of life. In a speech he gave in the name of the municipality, El-Bireh municipality council member Hussein Al-Tawil praised the struggles and sacrifices of the prisoners, saluted the prisoners’ families, and noted that our people is renewing its vow to the prisoners.”
 
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Jerusalem line 78 bus terror attack - On Oct. 13, 2015, two Palestinian terrorists, Baha Alyan (22) and Bilal Ghanem (23) boarded a bus in Jerusalem's Armon Hanatziv neighborhood with a gun and a knife and attacked passengers, killing Israelis Haviv Haim (78) and Alon Govberg (51), and Richard Lakin (76), and wounding 3 Israelis. Alyan was shot and killed by an Israeli security guard at the scene and Ghanem, a Hamas terrorist who served time in Israeli prison in 2013-2014, was wounded.
At Palestine Red Crescent event, Palestinian girl repeats libel that Jews kill Muslim worshippers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Apr. 18, 2016

Official PA TV reporter: "In honor of Palestinian Prisoner’s Day and Children’s Day, the [Palestine] Red Crescent society organized a carnival for the kindergarten children in the Wadi Sha’ir area east of Tulkarem, which included a mass rally in which more than 1,200 children participated..."
Palestinian girl: "Like all the children of Palestine, I do not like the occupation. I am scared of the Jews when they come to our village. They kill worshippers at the Al-Aqsa [Mosque]. They kill our people and imprison small children. It is my right to live in peace, like all children in the world."
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PA school play features execution of Israeli soldier 
Source: Facebook page of Al-Surra Elementary School, Apr. 18, 2016


Young Palestinian children “executed” an Israeli soldier in a play at an art exhibition at the Al-Surra Elementary School for Boys and Girls, which is under the Hebron Education Directorate under the PA Ministry of Education. A photo from the exhibition posted on the school's Facebook page shows a Palestinian boy wearing a ribbon with the Palestinian flag and the word "Palestine" on it preparing to “execute” another child dressed as an Israeli soldier. He is pointing a toy M16 rifle at the Israeli soldier who kneels with his arms raised in surrender. A second photo shows “the Israeli soldier” lying on the ground after being “executed” by the smiling Palestinian child.
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PA daily cartoon shows Palestinian boy inside Israeli meat grinder 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Apr. 6, 2016

Cartoon published in official PA daily Al-Hayat Al-Jadida on April 6, 2016

The cartoon shows a Palestinian boy being ground in a meat grinder, his blood forming the word "Israel" in the phrase "Made in Israel."
PA Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Education organize activity at PA school honoring murder of 3 
Source: Ma’an, independent Palestinian news agency, Apr. 6, 2016
Headline: “Shari'ah School for Boys in Qalqiliya participates in a ‘Human chain to encourage reading’ activity”
     “The Shari'ah School for Boys in Qalqiliya participated in an activity to encourage reading, with the participation of 10th grade students… Director of the Shari'ah School for Boys in Qalqiliya Hani Khader thanked everyone who organized [the event] and contributed to the success of the human chain project to encourage reading [titled] ‘Baha is the idea and the idea doesn’t die’… The activity was [held] under the auspices of Qalqilya District Governor Rafe’ Rawajbeh. It was organized by the [PA] Ministry of Culture, the Qalqilya municipality and its library, and the charity organization Nour Allah, in cooperation with the [Qalqilya District] Directorate of Education, Al-Quds Open University branch in Qalqiliya and College of Islamic Preaching.”
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Jerusalem line 78 bus terror attack - On Oct. 13, 2015, two Palestinian terrorists, Baha Alyan (22) and Bilal Ghanem (23) boarded a bus in Jerusalem's Armon Hanatziv neighborhood with a gun and a knife and attacked passengers, killing Israelis Haviv Haim (78) and Alon Govberg (51), and Richard Lakin (76), and wounding 3 Israelis. Alyan was shot and killed by an Israeli security guard at the scene and Ghanem, a Hamas terrorist who served time in Israeli prison in 2013-2014, was wounded.
PA school posts invitation to event honoring terrorist who killed 3 on its Facebook page: "Baha is the idea, and the idea doesn’t die" 
Source: Facebook page of the Shari'ah School for Boys in Qalqiliya, Apr. 5, 2016

Image and text posted on the Facebook page of the Shari'ah School for Boys in Qalqiliya

Text on invitation:
"Invitation to participate in the human chain of readers
Under the auspices of his honor, Governor of Qalqilya District Rafe' Rawajbeh, the charity organization Nour Allah and the Qalqiliya Municipality Library are honored to invite you to take part in the human chain of readers
Baha is the idea, and the idea doesn't die
From 11 to 1 PM on Tuesday, April 5, 2016
At the Qalqilya National Zoo
Your participation will be a support for
the cultural development"

A photo of Palestinian terrorist Baha Alyan appears on the invitation.
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PA-funded youth magazine publishes on front cover image of child together with a slingshot and a map of “Palestine” erasing Israel 
Source: Zayzafuna magazine, Apr. 1, 2016

Image published on the front cover of the April issue of the PA-funded Zayzafuna youth magazine
The image shows a young boy wearing a green sweatshirt with the word “Palestinian” in white. Symbols of Palestinian childhood surround the boy together with balloons: The PA map of “Palestine” that includes the PA areas as well as all of Israel – covered in the Palestinian flag, a slingshot and a stone, a key symbolizing the “return of Palestinian refugees,” an olive branch, a cactus, a basketball, a paper plane, a book and a pen.
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Zayzafuna is a PLO magazine for children partially funded by the PA. The magazine, which includes material written by both the magazine’s staff and child readers, represents the values of the educators and serves as a window into the minds of the Palestinian children submitting material to the magazine. Zayzafuna's website states that the magazine's advisory board is comprised of PA officials and educators, including Jihad Zakarneh, PA Deputy Minister of Education, and Abd Al-Hakim Abu Jamous, Head of the Media Department at the PA Ministry of Education. In May 2011, the Deputy Chairman of the Zayzafuna organization Abd Al-Karim Ziyada explained on PA TV that the PA gives "a monthly payment of 10,000 shekels ($2,700) to cover the magazine's [costs]." [Official PA TV, May 9 and 13, 2011]
PA-funded youth magazine publishes map of “Palestine” erasing Israel 
Source: Zayzafuna magazine, Apr. 1, 2016

The image shows the PA map of “Palestine” that includes the PA areas as well as all of Israel. The letters on the map form the word “Palestine”. The map appeared in both the March and April issues of the magazine.
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Zayzafuna is a PLO magazine for children partially funded by the PA. The magazine, which includes material written by both the magazine’s staff and child readers, represents the values of the educators and serves as a window into the minds of the Palestinian children submitting material to the magazine. Zayzafuna's website states that the magazine's advisory board is comprised of PA officials and educators, including Jihad Zakarneh, PA Deputy Minister of Education, and Abd Al-Hakim Abu Jamous, Head of the Media Department at the PA Ministry of Education. In May 2011, the Deputy Chairman of the Zayzafuna organization Abd Al-Karim Ziyada explained on PA TV that the PA gives "a monthly payment of 10,000 shekels ($2,700) to cover the magazine's [costs]." [Official PA TV, May 9 and 13, 2011]
PLO magazine for kids teaches that a city on Northern Israel is a "settlement" 
Source: Zayzafuna magazine, Apr. 1, 2016
      “The occupied city of Sepphoris
A Palestinian city in the Nazareth district, located 6 kilometers north of the city and considered one the Galilee’s largest cities... The village was seized by the Zionist occupation on May 15, 1948, and its residents left for good… The name of Sepphoris, like the rest of the Palestinian cities whose residents were expelled, was changed to a Hebrew name, and now this principal city is known as the settlement Tzipori.”

Zayzafuna is a PLO magazine for children partially funded by the PA. The magazine, which includes material written by both the magazine’s staff and child readers, represents the values of the educators and serves as a window into the minds of the Palestinian children submitting material to the magazine. Zayzafuna's website states that the magazine's advisory board is comprised of PA officials and educators, including Jihad Zakarneh, PA Deputy Minister of Education, and Abd Al-Hakim Abu Jamous, Head of the Media Department at the PA Ministry of Education. In May 2011, the Deputy Chairman of the Zayzafuna organization Abd Al-Karim Ziyada explained on PA TV that the PA gives "a monthly payment of 10,000 shekels ($2,700) to cover the magazine's [costs]." [Official PA TV, May 9 and 13, 2011]
Palestinian girl writing in PLO-funded youth magazine glorifies Qabatiya for its resistance against Israel, expresses admiration for “heroes” (i.e. terrorists)  
Source: Zayzafuna magazine, Apr. 1, 2016
Headline: "Qabatiya will win"
By Nasam Hassan Nazzal, a ninth grader at the West Qabatiya's school for girls
     “The sounds of joy rise up here, passing through every street, drawing the meaning of freedom with their hands, and waving their wings. This is not enough for them, they float in the skies of Qabatiya and commemorate the history of the uprising and the struggle, and the history of the victory, and there are no words to describe how proud we are.
Qabatiya – is there anyone who does not love you? Honor and love to you. You are too great to be just letters on paper. You are the mother of the heroes, the heroes who outlined hope with their eyelashes and did not rest for a moment, and you blessed their hands.
Qabatiya, life and flowers to you, O mother of the rebels, just as you said, O my father:
I painted the palm of my hand with its henna
I painted my eyelashes blue from its olives
And thus I will die on the outskirts of its glory
So I will turn into a story in it and it will turn into [a part of] me
Qabatiya
We are the people of victory
Long live Qabatiya and its residents
Qabatiya will win through its residents"

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43.3% of Palestinian youth support "military operations," 43.9% oppose them 
Source: The Jerusalem Media and Communication Centre, Apr. 1, 2016
Poll carried out by The Jerusalem Media and Communication Centre, which interviewed "a random sample of 1000 people over the age of 15-29" in the West Bank and Gaza between April 13-19, 2016.
     "Youths were split over military operations, while 43.2% supported them, 43.9% opposed them."
Palestinian scout leader presents killer of 3 as role model for kids: He was "an example for every scout," "died as a Martyr while fulfilling his holy duty" 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Mar. 30, 2016

Headline: “The Jenin scout group in the Al-Badawi [refugee camp in Lebanon] celebrates the anniversary of its founding”
     “As part of the events held by the Jenin scout group in honor of the 14th anniversary of its founding, under the title “Scouting in your way, O [scout] leader Baha [Alyan],” an activity to determine [the members’] blood type was held at the group’s headquarters. The [scout] leader Jamal Fa’our said that the [scout] leader Martyr (Shahid) Baha Alyan is an example for every scout, and noted that Baha died as a Martyr while fulfilling his holy duty.”
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Jerusalem line 78 bus terror attack - On Oct. 13, 2015, two Palestinian terrorists, Baha Alyan (22) and Bilal Ghanem (23) boarded Israeli bus no. 78 in Jerusalem's Armon Hanatziv neighborhood with a gun and a knife and attacked passengers, killing Israelis Haviv Haim (78) and Alon Govberg (51), and wounding 4 Israelis. Alyan was shot and killed by an Israeli security guard at the scene and Ghanem, a Hamas terrorist who served time in Israeli prison in 2013-2014, was wounded. Two weeks after the attack on Oct. 27, a 3rd victim in the attack, Richard Lakin (76), died from his wounds.
PA approves university curriculum teaching about the "issue of [Palestinian] prisoners" in Israeli jails 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Mar. 29, 2016
Headline: “The [PA] Council for Higher Education decides to approve a university curriculum that deals with prisoners”
      “The [PA] Council for Higher Education decided to approve a curriculum in Palestinian universities that deals with the issue of prisoners, out of appreciation for the prisoners and to focus attention on their cause, which is at the [top of] the national priorities. This was during a periodic meeting of the council, which was held yesterday, headed by [PA] Minister of Education and Higher Education Sabri Saidam. The council emphasized the great interest in the prisoners’ cause … and noted that this curriculum will establish among the students [an awareness] of the justice of the prisoners’ cause and the suffering that they are experiencing… The council noted that three Palestinian universities are teaching this curriculum, and that in the future these programs will be evaluated, in preparation for their being taught in all the universities.”

Note: There are 6,000 Palestinians serving time in Israeli prisons (as of September 2015), some of whom murdered or planned the murders of Israeli civilians. All of these prisoners were imprisoned for security offenses and terror related crimes.
Palestinian Authority school hosts basketball game for high school girls named after terrorist who led killing of 37, organized by Palestinian NGO funded by European organizations 
Source: Al-Quds, Mar. 23, 2016
Headline: “In honor of Palestinian Women’s Day – the Rosary Sisters’ High School won the Martyr Dalal Mughrabi Cup after beating the Al-Awael School in a basketball [game] under the auspices of the Al-Razi Cultural and Social Association”
      “The Rosary Sisters’ High School in Jerusalem has beaten the Al-Awael School (i.e., a school under the Palestinian Authority Ministry of Education) in Ramallah in a basketball game held at the Al-Awael School basketball courts. The Rosary Sisters’ High School rightfully won the Martyr (Shahida) Dalal Mughrabi Cup on the anniversary of her death as a Martyr that coincides with Palestinian Women’s Day, March 11 [2016]. The Al-Razi Cultural and Social Association’s department of educational activities organized this game in cooperation with the Women’s Association for Life and Equality. The game was held under the auspices of Head of the [PA Ministry of Education’s] Education Directorate in Ramallah Bassam Erekat… After the game, the awards committee awarded the Martyr Dalal Mughrabi Cup and gold medals to the Rosary Sisters’ High School and a plaque [of honor] and silver medals to the Al-Awael School.”
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A photo published in the Al-Quds newspaper shows the winning team.


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Song on PA TV presents Israeli cities as "Palestine" on children's program  
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Mar. 4, 2016
 

PA TV host: "What would you like to sing for us?"
Girl: "The Bird Song."
PA TV host: "Let's hear it..."
Girl: "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...
My country Palestine is beautiful."
TV host: "Applaud!""
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Different versions of this song misrepresent the following places in Israel as "Palestine": Jaffa, Ramle, Safed, Tiberias, Acre, Haifa, Nazareth, Beit Shean, Be'er Sheva and mention the following places in the PA: Jenin, Nablus, Tulkarem, Ramallah, Bethlehem, Hebron, Jericho, Gaza.
PA-funded youth magazine: Israeli city of Umm Al-Fahm is in “occupied Palestine” 
Source: Zayzafuna magazine, Mar. 1, 2016
"The occupied city of Umm Al-Fahm"
“Umm Al-Fahm, or Umm Al-Nour as its residents call it, is an Arab city, all of whose residents are Muslim, and is located in the Triangle (i.e., a concentration of Israeli-Arab towns and villages in northern Israel) area, and more precisely in its north, in the north of the center of occupied Palestine. The Mamluks founded it in 1265 (sic., some archeological sites around the town date back as far as the Iron Age – 1200-600 BCE), and it was given to Israel in 1949 according to the truce (Hudna) with Jordan, or what is known as the Rhodes Agreement (sic., apparently referring to the Lausanne Conference of 1949, see below). Israeli forces entered it on May 22, 1949…  The stereotype of Umm Al-Fahm held by the Jewish sector is that it is the most extremist Arab town, and this is because of its residents’ resolve, their preservation of the Palestinian nationalism, and their strong hatred of the Israeli occupation.”

The Lausanne Conference of 1949 was convened by the UN Conciliation Commission for Palestine (UNCCP) in Lausanne, Switzerland April 27 – Sept. 12, 1949. It was attended by representatives of Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria and the Arab Higher Committee and refugee delegations, representing Arab refugees from Israel. Its purpose was to resolve disputes arising from the 1948 war between Israel and its neighboring Arab countries.

PA-funded children's magazine encourages violence: "The most beautiful mother is the fighter" 
Source: Zayzafuna magazine, Mar. 1, 2016
Cover of Zayazafuna magazine March 2016 issue:


The image shows a keffiyeh-masked man in a tree, and a Palestinian flag hanging from the branch he’s standing on.
Text in image: “The most beautiful mother is the fighter, and not the one living off the leftovers of the ‘donor countries!’”
Al-Aquds and Birzeit University students form "chain of readers" in terrorist’s honor 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 21, 2016
     "At 10:00 a.m. reading and Martyr time, more than 500 students of Birzeit University gathered at the entrance to the humanities faculty and waited for Muhammad Alyan, father of Martyr Baha Alyan (i.e., terrorist who participated in attack where 3 Israelis were murdered) the first who had the idea of a chain of readers, and the family of Martyr Muhannad Halabi (i.e., terrorist who murdered 2), who all came in order to commemorate the idea of a chain of readers... A few minutes after 10:00 am, the students arranged themselves in a row on the long sidewalk that connects the humanities faculty and the university's cafeteria. Ninety percent of them were women, and every participant held a book. Martyr Baha Alyan's father... said: 'The significance of this chain is that we are a people that loves life, which does not like to stab, but is forced to do so in order to live. Commemorating the Martyrs must be done by following their path of culture, and by continuing to hold cultural activities.' ... The coordinator of the reading campaign, Muhammad Jaradat said: 'The chain [of readers] at Birzeit today [Feb. 21, 2016] is a continuation of what Martyr Baha Alyan began at Damascus Gate [in Jerusalem], and its purpose is to strengthen the culture and express solidarity with the Martyrs' families... Hundreds of students at Hebron University participated in a chain of readers on Feb. 1, [2016]. Al-Quds University followed in its footsteps with an additional chain [of readers] on Feb. 13, and today Birzeit [University] fulfills its role in the advancement of reading and culture."
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