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Anti-Semitic indoctrination of children by the Palestinian Authority ~iil~ll~ ~l,m~
must stop, Sen. Hillary Clinton, NY, told her 11} .........
colleagues, addressing a Senate Hearing ( he ....
education and indoctrinatioll of Pale., an t,
children. Clinton denounced broadcasts on the II--
Palestinian Authority's state-controlled television
station that feature children expressing their !
support for terrorism and declaring their desire to i
become "martyrs" as an "horrific abuse of i ....
children." "How can you think about building a ~~'~T ÷
better future...if you indoctrinate your children to --""
a culture of death?" Clinton has written to
President Bush urging him to demand an end to
Palestinian anti-Semitism and the promotion of
terrorism as a pre-condition to resuming Middle
East peace talks. Regularly broadcast PA music
videos have actors depicting Israelis carrying out execution-style murders of old
men, woman and chll"dren, or blowing up mothers with their babies. Children's
schools, summer camps, and sporting events, are named after terrorists, and
textbooks teach PalesUnian children to hate Jews, deny Israel's right to exist, and
encourage them to blow themselves up. Many examples were presented before
a US Senate Hearing, in ~ ~/ash~ngton, D.C. by Itamar Marcus, Director of After decades of biased reporting and anti-Israel parliamentary activity
Palestinian Media Watch. One television clip for children ends with the words: .~ , feeding off centuries of deep-running anti-Semitism,
"Ask for Death - Life will be Given to you." "1 , nearly 60 percent of today's Europeans view the
I\[ Jewish State of Israel as the greatest threat to world
7J\[ peace. According to a poll by the European
Commission in October, Israel poses a greater dan-
lr ger to the international community than do North
• . ~ - Korea, Afohanistan or Iran. Simon Wiesenthal .k.k yr "k
~ Center's rounder Rabbi Marvin Hier said the. pc
represented widespread acceptance of the "vilification campal;
directed against Israel by the mainstream European media. SV
reports that Europe is suffering the worst outbreak of anti-Semitism
since World War II. Israel's MFnister for Diaspora and Jerusalem
Affairs, Natan Sharansky, told The Jerusalem Post, "The fact that most
Europeans view Israel as the greatest threat to world peace instead of
nations that support terrorism, or dictators threateninq the world with
weapons of mass destruction, is further proof that b~ hind Europe's
~ofitical criticism of Israel lies pure anti-Semitism.
ALL IN A DAY'S WORK
oTW.o2"3w~rk~cci~ents" (~ccu,rred in Palestinian Authority-controlled areas
k,lled in Ramlal~a~°l~en earn ane one serious injury. ,~n Arab lawyer was • an explosives vest he had prepared for a suicide
attack exploded unexpectedly as he was walking in the street. Another
terrorist was seriously hurt when a bomb he was preparing for use a~ainst
Israeli targets exploded in his hands. He was hospitalized in Rama\]lah.
On October 29, a terrorist was killed and two more were injured in yet another terrorist "work accident" in Shechem.
PRAY FOR THE PEA CE OF JERUSALEM
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