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Norwegian daily reports on PMW report on education being presented to Norwegian government officials 



"Itamar Marcus is the founder of Palestinian Media Watch... This Friday he will be in Norway attending the European Israel conference held by With Israel For Peace (MIFF), but also to present the report "Education to hatred and terror" to Norwegian authorities."  



 
Boston Herald interviews PMW director about lackluster European response to PA terror promotion  



"When Itamar Marcus, the head of Palestinian Media Watch, replays the official Palestinian television programs teaching Palestinian toddlers to “Stab! Stab! Stab!” Israelis to death, European officials cluck sympathetically, and allow as how it is, of course, a shame."  



 
Israel Hayom: Denmark silent after PMW sent report to Danish FM showing Fatah support for terror wave 



Last month, Palestinian Media Watch approached Danish Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen... PMW list[ed] incriminating examples of senior Fatah leadership glorifying and inciting terrorism against Israelis." 



 
NYT turns to PMW for response after a Palestinian teacher whose husband murdered 6 Israelis in 1980 was awarded $1 million education prize 



"Itamar Marcus, whose Palestinian Media Watch chronicles anti-Israel and anti-Semitic statements in the Arab news media and who has long complained that Palestinian schools educate students to hate, said that even if Ms. Hroub was an excellent teacher, the award would be seen by the Palestinian Education Ministry 'as a confirmation that what they are doing is O.K.'" 



 
Times of Israel reports on PMW’s exposure of a PA school honoring a murderer with a basketball game named after her 



"Palestinian Media Watch reported that a Ramallah-area school for girls, Al-Awael, this month held the 'Dalal Mughrabi Cup' in honor of the killer [of 37]." 



 
Jewish Chronicle reports on UK aid going to terrorists, cites PMW report 



"A report due to be published next week by Palestinian Media Watch claims that Hamas terrorists have been given over £100,000, while payments have been made to the relatives of suicide bombers and to teenagers involved in the current surge of violence that has engulfed Israel" 



 
Daily Mail: PA uses UK aid for salaries to terrorists, as exposed by PMW 



"British aid money is supposed to be rebuilding and developing the Palestinian territories. However a devastating new report to be released this week by Palestinian Media Watch, an Israeli NGO, suggests that Western donors have been duped by assertions that the Authority no longer funds terrorists." 



 
New York Post editorial protests temporary shutdown of PMW’s YouTube channel  



"Palestinian Media Watch was kicked off YouTube for (supposedly) pushing hate speech... PMW fans soon convinced YouTube to restore its channel — but, again, it’s outrageous that it was shut down at all." 



 
Israeli paper Maariv reports on PMW Director’s presentation in Israeli Parliament showing 3 Israeli MPs’ support for terror 



"In the debate, Itamar Marcus, Director of Palestinian Media Watch (PMW), presented a video of the meeting of the Balad members with the bereaved families." 



 
Israeli news site Mida reports on interview with PMW director about PA schools and sports competitions named for terrorists 



"'Twenty five schools in the PA territories are named after terrorists.’ Itamar Marcus, Director of Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) said recently."  



 
Danish news op-ed appalled at international “silence” in the face of PA “incitement to genocide,” documented by PMW 



"Our [Danish] politicians are silent, the EU is silent, the UN is silent, and even our teachers and our media have chosen to remain silent [about PA incitement]. How long can this deafening silence at incitement to genocide continue?”  



 
Washington Post quotes PMW director in article about Israeli government video on PA incitement 



PMW Director Itamar Marcus: "The incitement comes from official Palestinian sources — it is not so relevant what ordinary Palestinian kids say, but what the Palestinian Authority airs on media outlets it controls." 



 
PMW director interviewed by Tazpit News Agency 



Itamar Marcus, founder and director at Palestinian Media Watch, told Tazpit Press Service (TPS)... that [recent stabbings] are the result of decades-long propaganda campaigns on PA-sponsored children’s television programs."  



 
Times of Israel: Swedish MPs challenge FM Wallström after PMW presentation to MPs 



"As relations between Sweden and Israel grow increasingly tense, a small group of Swedish MPs vowed Tuesday to publicly challenge their foreign minister's controversial call last week for an investigation into what she termed Israel's 'extrajudicial executions' of Palestinians... During the Tuesday Stockholm meeting, the MPs were briefed by Itamar Marcus, founder of the Palestinian Media Watch." 



 
JPost: PMW presentation to Swedish MPs to lead to parliamentary debate 



"[Swedish MPs] were addressed by Itamar Marcus, director of Palestinian Media Watch... MP Margareta Cederfeldt (Moderate Party) said that "the incitement in the Palestinian schools is appalling and shocking..." 



 
Israeli news site NRG on PMW lecture to Swedish MPs 



"A briefing was held in Swedish Parliament on the topic of 'Impediments to Peace,' presented by Itamar Marcus, Director of Palestinian Media Watch (PMW), sponsored by Swedish MP Mikael Oscarsson." 



 
Brussels Times reports on PMW presentation to European MPs 



"At a hearing in the European Parliament last week (13.1.2016), an Israeli NGO, Palestinian Media Watch, claimed that 25 Palestinian schools have been named after terrorists. The schools are indirectly funded by EU since it pays the teachers' salaries. Palestinian TV regularly broadcasts hate speech against Israel and Jews, including by representatives of the Palestinian Authority." 



 
Swedish MPs “shocked” by PMW briefing on Palestinian incitement, will confront Swedish Foreign Minister, suggest aid depend on end of incitement 



[PMW Director Itamar] Marcus said in a conversation with NRG that 'The general message that I want to present here in Sweden is that the main reason that we have so many young [Palestinian] terrorists in recent months is because the average Palestinian child is surrounded from a young age by incitement and lies that he cannot distinguish them [from reality]. Palestinian children grow up on the fact that terrorists are heroes and role models.' 



 
Jerusalem Post op-ed cites PMW report about Abbas' "peaceful popular uprising" 



"Abbas’s latest outrage, Palestinian Media Watch reports, is proclaiming: 'We said to everyone that we want peaceful popular uprising.'" (Dec. 29, 2015) 



 
JPost: British and Australian MPs confront PA about incitement following PMW presentation 



"Australian member of parliament Sterle said: 'It is definitely worthwhile for delegates to meet and hear from the PA,' he said, and strongly recommended a briefing from Palestinian Media Watch before any meetings with the PA."  



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