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PA plants trees for jihad murderers at a school to teach kids about ‘heroic prisoners’

The global propaganda machine works overtime to present the purveyors of this bloodlust as the victims.

“PA plants trees for terrorists at a school to teach kids about ‘heroic prisoners,’” by Nan Jacques Zilberdik, Palestinian Media Watch, March 1, 2021:

Trees for terrorists have been planted by the PA in a school in order to teach Palestinian girls about the “heroic prisoners.” The PA Ministry of Education and Fatah inaugurated a garden at the Zibda School for Girls southeast of Jenin, honoring 13 Israeli Arab terrorist prisoners.

Among the “heroic” terrorists are two murderers – the cousins Karim and Maher Younes who kidnapped and murdered Israeli soldier Avraham Bromberg in 1980. Their pictures were displayed next to the olive tree saplings planted to glorify them:

Olive tree saplings planted in honor of terrorist murderers Karim and Maher Younes who murdered 1.

Interviewed at the event, Director-General of the PA Ministry of Education’s Directorate of Education in Jenin, Salam Al-Taher, explained the importance of teaching Palestinian children about “freedom” and “our heroic prisoners”:

Director-General of the PA Ministry of Education’s Directorate of Education in Jenin, Salam Al-Taher: “The prisoners are the symbol of freedom, and we always teach our children freedom. How will they learn the meaning of freedom if we don’t speak about the prisoners who are in the occupation’s prisons? We won’t rest or be silent as a Palestinian people until the occupation’s prisons are emptied of our heroic prisoners.”

[Official PA TV, Feb. 14, 2021]

These trees for terrorists follow another PA initiative exposed by Palestinian Media Watch in which the PA is planting 35,000 trees to honor the Palestinian “Martyrs” – among them numerous terrorists and murderers, including suicide bombers – all referred to by the PA as “the most sacred thing we have.”…

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