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Palestinian Schoolbooks Continue Anti-Israel Incitement

Palestinian schoolgirls in a classroom (Photo: flickr/Al Jazeera English)

The current wave of violence against is Israelis is so often carried out by young Palestinian terrorists. Arutz Sheva's Ido Ben-Porat looks at one reason why these youth are incited to violence - the anti-Israel content in the Palestinian Authority's textbooks:

A review of dozens of Palestinian Authority educational books for the 2015-2016 school year found that the PA education system continues to encourage terror against Jews and completely ignores the Holocaust in history books discussing World War II.

In addition, this year's textbooks continue to systematically erase the State of Israel from maps and texts.

Gal Berger, a journalist focusing on Palestinian affairs with Reshet B, carried out a comprehensive investigation of about 70 textbooks for first through twelfth grades in the subjects of civics, homeland, history, Islam, geography and more. The full results were presented as part of Reshet B's “All Things” program.

A textbook on Islam for ninth grade explained a Quran verse as meaning that martyrs who fall “for the glory of God” will not have died in vain and that Allah will forgive their sins and place them on the highest level of Heaven...

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