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Violence and terror
Kidnap-for-hostage policy
Violence and terror
After demonizing Jews and Israelis, including citing Islamic sources that depict Jews negatively, and culminating with ongoing lies and libels that portray Jews as an immediate threat to Palestinian life and existence, the Palestinian Authority foment violence against Jews and Israelis, presenting it as legitimate and even heroic self-defense.

PA terror promotion takes many forms. Nationalistically, the PA actively elevates violence as a valid and heroic means to achieve political goals, while religiously, fighting and killing Jews has been presented repeatedly by PA religious and academic leaders as Allah’s will. On the social level, Palestinian leaders and society honor even the most loathsome of murderers portraying them as heroes and role models: Dalal Mughrabi, who led a bus hijacking in which 37 were killed, has schools, summer camps, and many other events and places baring her name to immortalize and glorify her and her terror attack.
 
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The success of the PA’s promotion of violence is readily evident: A majority of Palestinians support killing and suicide terror against civilian Jews and Israelis. A poll conducted after the murder of eight teenagers who were studying in a Jerusalem high school in 2008, found that 84% of Palestinians supported the murder [NY Times, March 19, 2008, citing the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research].


This violent image of a dagger being thrust into the Star of David has appeared hundreds of times in a video clip for children on PA TV, from 2001 – 2008.

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Kidnap-for-hostage policy

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PA leader supports Hamas kidnapping of Israeli soldiers 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Jan. 2, 2014
Deputy-Secretary of Fatah Central Committee, Jibril Rajoub: "If Hamas wants to kidnap soldiers, let them kidnap soldiers. Let them kidnap. Let them kidnap if they [the Israelis] don't want to release prisoners, but want them as prisoners forever, so [the prisoners] will come out as ghosts and skeletons. The Israelis need to understand. It's clear that kidnapping is the language they understand. On the contrary, we encourage them [Hamas]. When they kidnapped [Gilad] Shalit, we congratulated them. When they concluded the Shalit [exchange] deal, in spite of our having a few reservations about it, we also congratulated them."
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Note: In October 2011, the Israeli government agreed to release 1,027 Palestinian prisoners from Israeli prison in exchange for Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, who had been held hostage by Hamas for more than 5 years.
Terrorist calls to kidnap Israeli soldiers on official Facebook page of Israeli Arab political party Hadash 
Source: Hadash official Facebook page in Arabic, Dec. 23, 2013
Released terrorist Samer Al-Issawi: "We swear to them [security prisoners]: We won't rest until they are released. We say to all the leaders of the Palestinian revolution: We take pride in the prisoners who have been in prison for 30 years, 35 years, 25 years, but this [the long imprisonment] is a mark of shame on every leader of the revolution. Just as you sent these young men to defend our people and our lands, today you must free these prisoners. We say in all sincerity: We don't want to wait until the [prison] terms end. We want the release of the prisoners. The prisoners' release will be brought about by kidnapping and [prisoner] exchanges. Nothing will happen without that."
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Terrorist sent coded message via official PA TV about planned kidnapping of soldier 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, May 9, 2013
In September 2013, Israeli soldier Tomer Hazan was kidnapped and murdered by terrorist Nidal Amar. According to the indictment, the murderer's brother, Nour Al-Din Amar, who is already imprisoned in Israel for terrorist activity, had asked his brother Nidal to kidnap an Israeli soldier and hold him hostage in order to secure Nour Al-Din's release. The indictment stated that the murderer, Nidal Amar, passed a coded message to his brother in prison prior to the murder via official Palestinian Authority TV, informing him of his intention to kidnap a soldier for use in negotiating the brother's release. The following is the coded message that was sent on official PA TV:
PA TV host: "Before we end, we have greetings for Nour Al-Din Amar from his brother Abu Wasim [Nidal Amar] and from the family. They say to you that they are well, and that your mother is healthy again. They tell you that 'the calf will soon be in the cage, and we'll celebrate the freedom of all prisoners.'"
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In October 2011, the Israeli government agreed to release 1,027 Palestinian prisoners from Israeli prison in exchange for Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, who had been held hostage by Hamas for more than 5 years.

The following section documents responses to the Shalit deal as reported in Palestinian media:
PA leader: "When they kidnapped [Gilad] Shalit, we congratulated them" 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Jan. 2, 2014
Deputy-Secretary of Fatah Central Committee, Jibril Rajoub: "If Hamas wants to kidnap soldiers, let them kidnap soldiers. Let them kidnap. Let them kidnap if they [the Israelis] don't want to release prisoners, but want them as prisoners forever, so [the prisoners] will come out as ghosts and skeletons. The Israelis need to understand. It's clear that kidnapping is the language they understand. On the contrary, we encourage them [Hamas]. When they kidnapped [Gilad] Shalit, we congratulated them. When they concluded the Shalit [exchange] deal, in spite of our having a few reservations about it, we also congratulated them."
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Note: In October 2011, the Israeli government agreed to release 1,027 Palestinian prisoners from Israeli prison in exchange for Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, who had been held hostage by Hamas for more than 5 years.
PA TV filler expresses support for Shalit kidnapping  
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, June 25, 2013
PA TV filler On this Day:
     “On this day in 2006, Palestinian fighters (i.e., Hamas terrorists) attacked an Israeli border post, causing the death of two Israeli soldiers. But more importantly, the fighters succeeded in capturing an Israeli soldier, Gilad Shalit. This occupied the world for six years. Tel Aviv took advantage of this and imposed a strangling blockade on the Gaza Strip in addition to launching a destructive war at the end of 2008, but they failed to get him [Shalit] back until an agreement was reached with Hamas who had been holding Shalit. More than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners were released by terms of this [agreement].”

Note: In October 2011, the Israeli government agreed to release 1,027 Palestinian prisoners from Israeli prison in exchange for Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, who had been held hostage by Hamas for more than 5 years.
Released terrorist prisoner salutes Hamas terrorists who took part in Shalit kidnapping 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Oct. 19, 2012
PA TV program Good Morning Jerusalem on the anniversary of the Shalit prisoner exchange. Interview with Nasser Abd Rabbo, former prisoner released as part of the Shalit deal.
Nasser Abd Rabbo: "Firstly, I salute our heroic prisoners, all of them. We hope for them to be released, Allah willing. I salute the families of the Martyrs (Shahids) Rantisi and Farawneh, who died as Martyrs in the attack in which the soldier Shalit was kidnapped. We salute the families of the Martyrs."
PA TV host: "May Allah have mercy on them."
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