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Making a Difference

     PMW representatives have been invited to give testimony and present findings about Palestinian society, politics and ideologies in government, academic, and media frameworks. This includes hearings, lectures and briefings to members of US Congress and Senate, the Canadian, British, French, German, Norwegian, Swedish and Australian Parliaments, and members of European Parliament. PMW representatives have lectured at conferences and at universities in the US, Canada, France, England, Denmark, Belgium, Germany, Australia, Japan, South Africa, South Korea, Philippians, and others, and to senior security officials around from the world. PMW has given analysis on CNN, FOX News, BBC, and the full range of world TV news and video documentaries.

Israeli Prime Minister's Office uses PMW material in video 



THe video features several stills taken from PMW's website. 



 
Families of terror victims join PMW complaint to FIFA against Rajoub 



"The detailed complaint, based on evidence gathered by Palestinian Media Watch and signed by dozens of bereaved family members, charged that the PFA and Rajoub glorify terrorists." 



 
Following PMW initiative, German lawmakers send letter to FIFA head urging to reject terror supporter Rajoub’s attempt to ban Israel  



"A cross-party group of German parliamentary deputies sent a letter to the head of the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA)... urging him to reject a Palestinian campaign to oust Israel from the sport’s organization." 



 
Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs tweets PMW bulletin 



"There seems to be only one thing uniting these Palestinian factions - non-recognition & hatred of Israel." 



 
Israeli Prime Minister's Office uses 5 PMW clips in video combating PA incitement 



"For peace to come, this must stop. Source: Palestinian Media Watch" 



 
Following PMW efforts, terror supporter Rajoub confronted with his own words at NY event  



"Jibril Rajoub, secretary of the Palestine Liberation Organization’s central committee... was asked many times to renounce recent statements [exposed by PMW, Ed.] praising terrorists for their murder of Israeli Jews. Each time, he dodged the question." 



 
UK government urged to take action on PA education, following release of PMW education report  



"The government has been urged to step up pressure on the PA over funding pledges after it emerged that more than 20 Palestinian schools... are named after terrorists or Nazi collaborators."  



 
PMW exposé leads Germany to cancel major sports deal with PA 



The German Olympic Sports Federation is cancelling a recently-announced 400,000 Euro partnership with the Palestinian Football Association because of evidence publicized by PMW. 



 
PMW report prompts Wiesenthal Center's condemnation of German-Palestinian sports agreement 



The Simon Wiesenthal Center urges Angela Merkel to "suspend this unthinkable agreement," based on PMW's report. 



 
UK freezes £25 million in aid to the PA in response to PMW reports 



PMW's report "The PA's Billion Dollar Fraud" led to public debate in the UK, which culminated in the UK freezing aid to the PA pending an investigation.  



 
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu cites PMW findings in speech to UN General Assembly 



At the 71st session, Netanyahu cited 10 examples supplied by PMW to show how Palestinian youth are incited to commit terror by their leadership. 



 
UK MP acts against Fatah official Jibril Rajoub following PMW report 



British MP Joan Ryan (Labour) requested that the British Secretary of State prohibit the entry of Fatah leader Jibril Rajoub into Britain, as a result of PMW’s report “The Jibril Rajoub File.”  



 
Israeli legislation triggered by PMW report 



Israeli Parliament empowered the Parliament to expel MPs who support terror after PMW exposed that three Arab MPs had honored terrorists. 



 
Netanyahu cites PMW findings in video message to Abbas 



Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu made a public video appeal to PA Chairman Abbas to join Netanyahu's efforts to achieve peace. The video cited examples of terror support by PA and Fatah leaders, all of which were exposed by PMW. 



 
PMW report leads to Senate bill limiting funding to PA and PLO 



The Senate is acting to shut a loophole that allows Palestinian leadership to use US aid dollars to provide monthly stipends to people convicted by Israel of murder or terrorism... In recent years, the Palestinian Authority has transferred its stipend program to Palestine Liberation Organization control, which has allowed the program to continue unsanctioned (as exposed by Palestinian Media Watch in its report The PA's Billion Dollar Fraud – Ed.) 



 
UK MPs cite PMW's findings on PA misuse of UK funding during parliamentary debate on UK foreign aid 



Jim Shannon MP, Democratic Union Party MP: “All the Minister has to do is turn on his computer and visit www.palwatch.org and see for himself that the Palestinian Authority is misusing the funds that’s given to it by Britain.”  



 
Following PMW’s findings on PA salaries to terrorists, British government reviewing UK aid to Palestinians 



"The UK government has launched a review into its funding of the Palestinian territories. The decision to look at how British taxpayers' money is being spent... came after it was alleged that funds were going towards incitement projects and the payment of so-called 'salaries' to convicted Palestinian terrorists by the PA [based on PMW findings]." 



 
PMW report triggers Dutch Parliament to pass motion demanding PA to stop salaries to terrorists 



Dutch Parliament passed a motion demanding "that there be financial consequences" across Europe if the PA continues funding salaries to terrorists. 



 
Terror victim’s son cites PMW material in Wall Street Journal article on PA hate promotion 



Son of terror victim Richard Lakin: "As long as Palestinian leaders nurture a culture of hate, encouraging school children to go out and kill, more violence is inevitable. By encouraging hatred, they distance all of us from the love and belief in peaceful coexistence for which my father stood." 



 
Danish MPs question FM about PA paying terrorists’ salaries, prompted by two PMW reports 



Excerpts from Open Council with Foreign Minister of Denmark Karsten Jensen in the Foreign Affairs Committee of Danish Parliament, May 17, 2016 



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