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Arutz Sheva reports on PMW findings on PA denial of Jewish history in Jerusalem  



"Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) has published a collection of recent declarations on official PA television that the Jewish Temple never existed... The latest posting by the internationally-known media watchdog organization PMW does not attempt to refute the claims, but simply brings them to the attention of the world."  



 
Fox News reports on PMW findings: Fatah summer camps teach violence 



"Photos taken at a Palestinian Authority-sanctioned summer camp and distributed by watchdog group Palestinian Media Watch show school-age children in Gaza and the West Bank, taking part in battle drills and even stage productions in which they brandish AK-47s... 'It is very troubling,' Itamar Marcus, director of Palestinian Media Watch, told FoxNews.com. 'What were are seeing with the camps, that are run by both Fatah and Hamas, is promoting of violence by giving military training to children. It leaves Israel no one to make peace with.'" 



 
Israel Hayom reports on the antisemitic Sheikh at Al-Aqsa Mosque, exposed by PMW 



"Stop by a Friday sermon on the Temple Mount and hear a lesson given by the vaunted preacher, the mover of mountains, Sheikh Khaled al-Mughrabi, who teaches at Al-Aqsa mosque twice a week. After you hear his sermon (which can be seen on the Palestinian Media Watch website), you too will want to go into the kitchen and turn the cutlery into killing tools with which you will save Jews from their own lives." 



 
Chicago Sun-Times article on anti-Israel movement cites PMW for documenting antisemitism in Palestinian media  



"[Christian calls to boycott Israel] not only work against peace, they also put Christians on the side of the virulent anti-Semitism so often documented by the monitoring agency the Palestinian Media Watch." 



 
Washington Free Beacon reports on PMW exposure of PA summer camp that educates children to be martyrs  



“'Having summer camps for military training and naming sporting events after terrorist murderers are two of the ways the PA speaks loudly to its children,' said Itamar Marcus, the founder and director of Palestinian Media Watch, in a statement." 



 
Times of Israel reports on PA youth soccer tournament named after terrorists, published by PMW 



"According to Palestinian Media Watch, squads such as the Martyr Abu Jihad team (named after a Fatah founder responsible for the deaths of 125 Israelis) ... are set to take part in official matches to be played throughout the Muslim holy month of Ramadan." 



 
i24news reports on PMW findings about Palestinian youth teams named after terrorists 



"A Palestinian youth soccer tournament is set to feature teams named after terrorists who killed numerous Israeli civilians, according to Palestinian Media Watch." 



 
CBN news reports on PMW bulletin: Palestinian children's soccer teams named after terrorists 



"The P.A.'s practice of naming streets and public squares after terrorists who've killed dozens of Israelis is well known... Equally odd and perhaps even more sinister is naming children's soccer teams after these 'heroes.' The Palestinian Media Watch monitors such P.A. practices... PMW recently provided the names of several children's soccer teams competing in tournaments during the month-long Ramadan holiday." 



 
Gatestone article about Islamization in Sweden cites PMW's report on PA funding of terrorism with foreign aid money 



"On May 18, Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) released a report entitled 'Is the PA lying to Western donors?', which shows that Sweden and other countries may have been fooled into thinking that aid money to the Palestinian Authority (PA) no longer funds terrorism." 



 
JNS.org op-ed on recent US House Resolution against PA incitement based on PMW documentation  



"[On June 3, 2015], U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.) introduced a resolution targeting the problem of 'anti-Israel and anti-Semitic incitement within the Palestinian Authority (PA).' The 16 examples of incitement that the resolution cites—based on the exemplary research of Palestinian Media Watch—include many instances of Palestinian children being taught to hate."  



 
Israel Hayom newsletter praises PMW for exposing PA incitement  



"Palestinian Media Watch does holy work in following, monitoring and reporting about the ongoing incitement on official PA websites and social media accounts." 



 
The Investigative Project on Terrorism cites PMW's research to refute State Department report that overlooks PA terror glorification  



"The U.S. State Department's Country Reports on Terrorism 2014 issued Friday minimizes official Palestinian incitement to violence against Israel and completely overlooks Palestinian glorification of terrorists... Abbas called the terrorist [Mutaz Hijazi] a 'Shahid,' a martyr, who 'rose to Heaven while defending our people's rights and holy places,' PMW reported."  



 
Arutz Sheva article on US House Resolution against PA incitement based on PMW documentation  



"Palestinian Media Watch (PMW), a leading anti-incitement watchdog, hailed the resolution [against PA incitement] on Tuesday, noting that 14 of the 16 examples of incitement presented in the resolution were provided by PMW." 



 
Jpost reports on PMW's ongoing exposure of Islamic preacher's antisemitic teachings 



“'If you give advice to a Jew, he immediately says, ‘You’re inciting to racism, you’re an anti-Semite,’' Sheikh Khaled al-Mughrabi told worshipers at al-Aksa Mosque, according to a translation by NGO Palestinian Media Watch." 



 
JPost op-ed cites PMW in article challenging boycott of Israel on college campuses 



"I suggest you check out Palestinian Media Watch online, to give you an idea of what might be appropriate when making choices about who, and what, to boycott. The leaders of a society daily slandering Jews as “monkeys and pigs”, and calling their little ones to martyr themselves and “spill Jewish blood”, do not need the encouragement of the NUS (National Union of Students, UK university organization for students that is considering boycotting Israel)." 



 
Jpost front page article on PMW's exposure of Islamic preacher's antisemitic teachings 



"In a lecture published online and translated by Palestinian Media Watch, [Sheikh Khaled]Mughrabi accused Jews of slaughtering gentile children and draining their blood for use in Passover matzot, a centuries-old European anti-Semitic trope." 



 
Times of Israel reports on the antisemitic Sheikh at Al-Aqsa Mosque, exposed by PMW 



"An Islamic preacher on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem told congregants that the Nazis burned the Jews of Europe during the Holocaust because they had been kidnapping children to use their blood in Passover bread... An English translation of the sermon, that was captured on video, was provided on Monday by Palestinian Media Watch, a non-governmental media monitoring organization..." 



 
i24 News on PMW report exposing children reciting antisemitic poem on PA TV 



"The latest broadcast of a children’s program on official Palestinian Authority television shows a young girl reciting a hate poem filled with degrading expressions and insults against Jews, Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) reported." 



 
JPost op-ed cites PMW in report about Fatah official Jibril Rajoub, who led effort to kick Israel out of FIFA 



"[Senior Fatah official Jibril] Rajoub... openly called for the 'slaughtering of settlers' on the Awdah TV channel on August 13, 2014, as documented by Palestinian Media Watch."  



 
Breitbart reports on PMW bulletin about Palestinian antisemitic teachings 



"Palestinian Media Watch translated [a poem aired on] the May 29 episode on PA TV from Arabic to English. The poem describes Jews as the people who 'murdered Allah’s pious prophets' and 'barbaric monkeys.'" 



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