PA Presidential Guard: Water Freedom With Blood Of Palestine’s Sons

JERUSALEM – Following the Temple Mount crisis which Palestinian leadership has warned is the first of many “rounds of battle,” the Palestinian Authority’s Presidential Guard posted a message urging people to “water freedom with the blood of Palestine’s sons,” Israeli monitoring group Palestinian Media Watch reported.

A Palestinian woman joins some 10,000 Palestinians in prayer at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque complex for their stricken leader Yasser Arafat, 05 November 2004, on the fourth Friday of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat appeared close to death at a military clinic outside Paris today, as …

Palestinians Re-Erect Terrorist Monument In Jenin

TEL AVIV – Palestinians in the West Bank town of Jenin on Saturday re-erected a monument in honor of a Palestinian terrorist who masterminded the massacre of Israeli schoolchildren in the 1970s, a day after it was bulldozed by the Israeli military.

A monument to 'martyr' Khaled Nazzal in a Jenin square named after him. Nazzal was the mastermind of the 1974 Maalot massacre in which Palestinian terrorists murdered 22 schoolchildren and 4 adults. (Photo: Palestinian Media Watch)

WATCH: Fatah Aired Terror-Inciting Song 72 Times In November

TEL AVIV – The official TV station belonging to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah party aired a music video celebrating the terror-filled history of the party no less than 72 times in November, according to a report by Israeli watchdog Palestinian Media Watch.

Armed militants from Fatah's Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades hold a press conference in the refugee camp of Amaari in the West Bank city of Ramallah, calling the Palestinian Authority to delay the general elections, 26 December 2005. The ruling Fatah faction was given the green light Monday to fuse its list …