PA TV refers to Israel as “the occupied territories of 1948”
Official Palestinian Authority TV - July 21, 2013

 
PA TV host: “May Allah have mercy on fighter Abu Sukkar and may Allah prolong the lives of the brave prisoners, the veteran prisoners. I hate this expression. When we say ‘the veteran prisoners’ we should say ‘the prisoners who are beacons,’ ‘the brave prisoners,’ ‘the fighter prisoners’ who sacrificed their freedom for our freedom and who sacrificed their freedom for the freedom of the homeland Palestine. I send all the salutations to them with no exceptions – [to] all the prisoners [who were imprisoned] before the Oslo Accords [were signed].”
Terrorist Karim Younes’ photo is shown alongside biographical information.
Caption on photo: “Fighter Prisoner, Karim Yusuf Fadl Younes…”
PA TV host: “Of course releasing prisoners without [releasing] Karim Younes and Maher Younes will not satisfy us and will not be to our, the Palestinians’, liking. What should be is that the first to be released from prison will be fighter prison, most veteran prisoner, Karim Younes and Maher Younes and all the prisoners from the occupied territories of 1948 (i.e., Israel) and all the prisoners from the Jerusalem District, the West Bank, the Gaza Strip and the Palestinian homeland in general.”

Notes: Ahmad Abu Sukkar planned a bombing attack in 1975 in which a refrigerator filled with explosives was detonated in Jerusalem. 15 people were killed and over 60 people were wounded. He was sentenced to life in prison plus 30 years, but was released from prison after 28 years as part of a goodwill gesture from Israel to the PA in 2003. He was a member of the Fatah Revolutionary Council and an advisor to Arafat on prisoners' affairs. He died in July 2013.
Karim Younes - an Israeli Arab serving a 40-year sentence for kidnapping and killing an Israeli soldier in 1980. Originally sentenced to life in prison, but Israeli President Shimon Peres reduced his sentence in 2012.
Maher Younes - an Israeli Arab serving a 40-year sentence for kidnapping and killing an Israeli soldier in 1980. Originally sentenced to life in prison, but Israeli President Shimon Peres reduced his sentence in 2012.