Wednesday, December 08, 2021

  • Wednesday, December 08, 2021
  • Elder of Ziyon
Every week, the official Palestinian Wafa news agency publishes an unintentionally funny list of articles in the Israeli media that they claim show Israeli "racism and incitement."

Practically none of their examples ever show actual incitement or racism. 

Examples from this week's edition include an article that quoted a Jew who lives in Judea and Samaria who says that there is a 50% chance of him being hit by a stone when he passes by the Al Lubban school. Another article in Israel Hayom called for a law against teaching terrorism in schools, in the wake of an Arab teacher murdering a Jew in Jerusalem and the discovery that he taught his students to hate Jews.

Perhaps the craziest example of "racism and incitement" was a TV report from Kan that described the recent unearthing of a building in Yavne from the era of the Sanhedrin immediately after the destruction of the Temple. The story showed evidence that Jews lived in the building

To Palestinians, anything that proves that Jews lived in Israel before the 20th century is clearly incitement against them, because it shows that Jews were there before Arabs.

Therefore, it is "racist."


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