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About Palestinian media

A longer explanation about Palestinian media is available 
HERE, from PMW's book Deception: Betraying the Peace Process


Palestinian Authority TV and radio (Palestinian Broadcasting Corporation, PBC) are under the direct control of the Palestinian Authority under Chairman Mahmoud Abbas and are the official media of the PA government. WAFA Palestine News and Information Agency, the official Palestinian news service, is under the PLO Executive Committee, which is also headed by Mahmoud Abbas. The newspaper Al-Hayat Al-Jadida is the PA’s official daily newspaper.

In January 2016, Abbas appointed Fatah spokesman Ahmad Assaf to the position of General Supervisor of the Palestinian Broadcasting Corporation (PBC, which includes PA TV and Voice of Palestine radio) and the official news agency WAFA. Ahmad Assaf is also the general supervisor of the Fatah-run Awdah TV station, indicating that these news outlets are closely connected and run by the same people in Fatah. [Fateh Media website, Jan. 31 and Feb. 13, 2015; Website of Fatah's Information and Culture Commission, Jan. 31, 2015]

The PA leadership actively uses its media to send out ideological and political messages to its people, and also exerts its influence over the independent media. Bassem Eid, Director General of the Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group, explained in a 2009 interview that there was no freedom of expression under Abbas’s PA or under Hamas:

“’I do not think,’ Eid says, ‘that there is any kind of open media anywhere in the Palestinian territories, neither in Gaza nor the West Bank.’ Journalists continue to be confined in West Bank prisons, and critical media, he says, have been closed down. ‘Mr. [Mahmoud] Abbas,’ says Eid, ‘may talk about free media where he is ruling but in my opinion, as a human rights organization, we are receiving a lot of reports how the right of free expression is being completely violated by the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah and by the Hamas in the Gaza strip."
[JewishJournal.com, Nov. 25, 2009]
 
In 2010, Mahmoud Abbas, who serves as Chairman of the Palestinian Authority, the PLO and Fatah, announced a plan to make PA TV and radio more independent, while still being under his control, as head of the PLO:

“Yasser Abd Rabbo, Inspector General of the [PA’s] official media, has revealed that President Mahmoud Abbas, in his role as Chairman of the PLO, recently issued a presidential directive resolving to convert the Palestinian Broadcasting Corporation and Palestinian television from a governmental institution into an independent public institution…
In response to a question concerning the dependence of the new TV Council on the President, Abd Rabbo said: ‘We find ourselves in circumstances involving political turbulence… Therefore, the only [and] most stable body is the PLO and the Presidency. Therefore, the [TV] Council is subordinate to the PLO Chairman.’”
[Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, May 15, 2010]

However, that plan has not yet been implemented. Accordingly, while the PA media’s influence as educator of Palestinians varies depending on the number of viewers and readership at different times, the official media are excellent indicators of the ideology that the Palestinian Authority’s leaders wish to transmit to the their people.

Political, religious and ideological messages expressed today by PA and Fatah leaders, are repeated throughout Palestinian society. They are conveyed through a wide range of activities including, cultural expression, sporting events, religious teachings, music videos, and in political events. These messages reflect the beliefs, opinions and goals of the Palestinian Authority, and their repeated transmission through the different media and other structures the PA controls, indicates an intentional pattern rather than coincidence.

Abd Rabbo explained that once PA TV ceases to be “official TV”, it will no longer be a “mouthpiece” of the PA leaders’ ideology, since the goal is “to achieve a TV and radio broadcasting that will express the will of our Palestinian society in all its shades and contradictions, and [such] that the TV will not be the mouthpiece of the government, with an attempt to dictate to society and to direct it as the government sees fit.”
[Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, May 15, 2010]

The Al-Hayat Al-Jadida paper reiterated in April 2014 that the Palestinian news agency WAFA, the Radio and Television Authority and the Al-Hayat Al-Jadida newspaper are “governmental media institutions.”
[Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, April 21, 2014]

A longer explanation about Palestinian media is available HERE, from PMW's book Deception: Betraying the Peace Process
Ahmad Assaf is head of Al-Hayat Al-Jadida’s board 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Mar. 14, 2017
       “The [official PA] daily Al-Hayat Al-Jadida yesterday morning [March 13, 2017] honored its female employees for March 8, International Women’s Day. Head of the Al-Hayat Al-Jadida Board of Directors [and General Supervisor of the PA Official Media] Ahmad Assaf and the daily’s Editor-in-Chief Mahmoud Abu Al-Hija were present at the tribute.”

Ahmad Assaf also holds the following roles: Chairman of the Board of the Palestinian News and Information Agency WAFA, and General Supervisor of Fatah-run Awdah TV.
Fatah: US embassy helped reinstate our Facebook page 
Source: Palestinian Center for Development and Media Relations, Mar. 5, 2017
     “On Feb. 26, [2017], the Facebook company closed the page of the Fatah Movement, claiming that it transgressed Facebook’s regulations. The following day it reinstated the page, claiming that it was just a mistake. It should be noted that it had already removed the page - which has over 70,000 followers - more than once during the last six months. Head of Information at the Fatah Commission of Mobilization and Organization Munir Radi Al-Jaghoub, 41, who is responsible for the page... said: ‘I contacted the international media, and then I received a call from the American embassy, which got involved and resolved the problem with the Facebook administration, and the page returned to action on Monday evening, Feb. 27, and they apologized and explained that what happened was a mistake.’”
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Note: The US State Department has "firmly" denied intevening with Facebook on Fatah's behalf.

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Facebook shuts down Fatah’s Facebook page 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 28, 2017
Headline: "The Facebook administration closed down the official page of the Fatah Movement!"
     "The Facebook administration closed down the official [Facebook] page of the Fatah Movement which has more than 70,000 followers, after it received reactions from the local and international media. In a Fatah notice yesterday [Feb. 27, 2017] it was noted that this is the second time that the Facebook administration has closed down the page of the movement, after closing down the previous page (in June 2015 –Ed.) that had more than 100,000 followers. The notice was attributed to Fatah leadership member responsible for administering the page Munir Al-Jaghoub. He said that what made the Facebook administration close down the page is a historical picture that was recently posted, in which Fatah Deputy Chairman [and Fatah Central Committee member] Mahmoud Al-Aloul and Martyr (Shahid) symbol Yasser Arafat appear as he presents him with a weapon belonging to [Israeli] soldiers that Fatah in southern Lebanon captured. Al-Jaghoub said: 'We will continue to take pride in our historic leadership and the national heritage and the heritage of our struggle."
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PA Ministry of Information protests closure of Fatah's Facebook page as evidence of "bias" in favor of Israel that "creates terror and spreads hate" 
Source: WAFA, official PA news agency, Feb. 28, 2017
Headline: "The [PA] Ministry of Information: Facebook's supervision of our forums is bias in favor of the occupation"
    "The [PA] Ministry of Information said that the fact that the Facebook administration closed the Fatah Movement's official page and the page of a private radio station constitutes blind bias in favor of the occupation, and siding with the hangman who creates terror and spreads hate through all the means and pictures day and night.
The ministry emphasized in a statement today, Tuesday [Feb. 28, 2017], that the targeting of the media platforms and Palestinian national platforms on social media constitutes blind bias in favor of the occupation and a violation of the international conventions and decisions. It also constitutes additional proof of an agreement - whose existence Facebook has been denying for a long time - between its administration and the freedom oppressing occupier (i.e., Israel) who disdains the international conventions..."
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PMW note: On Mar. 1, 2017, Facebook reinstated Fatah's account.

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Fatah protests closure of its Facebook page, says they will establish alternative pages 
Source: Wattan (independent Palestinian news agency)‎, Feb. 28, 2017
Headline: "A picture of late President Arafat causes the closure of the Fatah Movement's Facebook page"
       "The 'Facebook' social media administration closed the Fatah Movement's page on the site. According to the movement, the Facebook administration notified it that the reason for the closure was the posting of a picture of late President Yasser Arafat, in which he is seen holding a Kalashnikov rifle that had been in the possession of an Israeli soldier - after [the soldier] was captured in Beirut in the '80s - and next to him [current Fatah Deputy Chairman and] leadership member Mahmoud Al-Aloul.
Head of information at the Fatah Movement Bureau (sic., Commission) of Mobilization and Organization Munir Al-Jaghoub told the [independent Palestinian] news agency Wattan: 'The Facebook administration closed the page, which has approximately 70,000 followers, and said that the reason for the closure was that the picture contradicts Facebook's standards.' He added that 'The admin pages that manage this page were blocked for a period of 30 days.' [...] Al-Jaghoub continued: 'This page belongs to the [Palestinian] National Liberation Movement (i.e., Fatah), not a gang. It has had historical glory since the day of its founding.' He also emphasized that they will establish an alternative page and new accounts."
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PMW note: On March 1, 2017, Facebook reinstated Fatah's account. 

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Palestine Broadcasting Corp, WAFA news agency, and PA daily Al-Hayat Al-Jadida are all headed by same Fatah spokesman 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Jan. 12, 2017
Headline: “Al-Quds Open University honored the general supervisor of the [Palestine] Broadcasting Corporation”

“Al-Quds Open University yesterday [Jan. 11, 2017] honored General Supervisor of the Palestine Broadcasting Corporation (PBC), the Palestinian [PA official] news agency WAFA, and the [official PA] daily Al-Hayat Al-Jadida Ahmad Assaf for his contribution to the success of the Tenth Media and Communications Technology Day, which was held by the university’s media and communications technology center.”
Fatah proves that the Commission of Information and Culture’s website is official 
Source: Website of Fatah's Information and ‎Culture Commission, Nov. 8, 2016
     Headline: “Fatah warned of a false page bearing the same name as the official page of the [Fatah] Commission of Information and Culture”
“The Fatah Movement Commission of Information and Culture warned not to enter the false internet page (i.e., website) bearing its name. [Fatah] Movement Revolutionary Council member and Secretary-General of the Commission of Information and Culture Muwaffaq Matar said: ‘The official page of the Fatah Commission of Information and Culture is the one found at the link www.fatehmedia.ps and bears at its top the historical logos, including the map of Palestine (i.e., that presents all of Israel as “Palestine” together with the PA areas), and the logo of Al-Asifa (i.e., Fatah military unit) on the right side, and a picture of the president, the leader, and the symbol, Martyr (Shahid) Yasser Arafat and [PA] President and Commander in Chief Mahmoud Abbas on the left side.”
Palestinian Broadcasting Corporation, WAFA, and Al-Hayat Al-Jadida are all official PA media 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Oct. 29, 2016
Headline: “Jerusalem is the capital of Arab media”
Excerpt from op-ed by Deputy Head of the Palestinian Journalists’ Syndicate Dr. Tahsin Al-Astal
      “The top members of the media and editors-in-chief of the Palestinian newspapers and media outlets convened in a meeting regarding the decision of the Arab information ministers to declare occupied Jerusalem, the capital of the State of Palestine, as the capital of Arab media, at the invitation of the [PA] Ministry of Information which was responsible for organizing the activities of the event… The [PA] Ministry of Information, the Palestinian Broadcasting Corporation, the Palestinian news agency WAFA, and the newspaper Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, as institutions of the official media of the State of Palestine, did all that was required of them in order to cooperate so that these activities would succeed and take place, as did the local radio stations and journalistic institutions.”
Palestinian Journalists' Syndicate condemns interview with Israeli Defense Minister as "unacceptable normalization with the occupation" 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Oct. 25, 2016
Headline: “Journalists’ Syndicate condemns the interview conducted by the Al-Quds newspaper with Liberman”
     “The [Palestinian] Journalists’ Syndicate strongly condemned the fact that the Al-Quds newspaper that is published in Jerusalem held an interview with the occupation’s Army Minister (i.e., Israeli Defense Minister) Avigdor Liberman, and published it in yesterday’s edition [Oct. 24, 2016]. The syndicate said in a statement that it published yesterday, and which [the official PA news agency] WAFA received a copy of, that conducting the interview is in and of itself an unacceptable normalization with the occupation, and what is more – an alignment with it.
It again emphasized its firm opposition to all types of normalization with the occupation, including media normalization.”

Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman gave an interview to the Palestinian newspaper Al-Quds on Oct. 24, 2016, in which he promised to build a port and airport in Gaza if Hamas stops rearming and attacking Israel, and said he supports the two-state solution.
PA TV host announces boycott of Palestinian newspaper Al-Quds due to its interview of Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Oct. 24, 2016
Official PA TV program This Morning, about boycotting the Al-Quds newspaper due to its interview of Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman
The PA TV hosts usually read the headlines from the local Palestinian newspapers at the beginning of the program.
Official PA TV host: "There is no choice but to mention on this morning [Oct. 24, 2016] that the Al-Quds newspaper is publishing a special interview with the occupation’s Minister of Army (i.e., Israeli Defense Minister) Avigdor Liberman. The newspaper and Hebrew sources announced last night that this interview took place five days ago, and the one called the coordinator of the occupation in the occupied areas is who organized this meeting. Actually, the social media websites and many Palestinian media people criticized this step by the Al-Quds newspaper that bears the name of the occupied Palestinian capital city and it is the one that conducted this interview with Liberman. Of course, Liberman is known for his positions and orientation and also his actions against the Palestinian citizens. The interview took place and the newspaper allocated a full page for it in addition to the front page with the headline. I will not read any of it. Perhaps Duha (i.e., other PA TV host) if he wants…
We are determined to boycott the news items of the [Al-Quds] newspaper today as a mark of protest over this interview. We will not read from the Al-Quds newspaper, but rather will make do with just the two newspapers Al-Ayyam and Al-Hayat Al-Jadida this morning."

Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman gave an interview to the Palestinian newspaper Al-Quds on Oct. 24, 2016, in which he promised to build a port and airport in Gaza if Hamas stops rearming and attacking Israel, and said he supports the two-state solution.
Palestinian Journalists Syndicate condemn beating and detainment of journalists by the PA Security Forces as "grave violation of freedom of the press" 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Sept. 17, 2016
Headline: “The [Palestinian Journalists’] syndicate condemned the attack of [PA] Security [Forces] against the journalists in Jenin; Al-Damiri: We will investigate every complaint that a citizen submits”
     “The [Palestinian] Journalists’ Syndicate condemned the fact that a number of journalists in the city of Jenin, including member of the syndicate’s secretariat Jaafar Shtayyeh and the journalists Alaa Badarneh, Mujahid Al-Sa'adi, and Shadi Jarar'ah, were beaten and detained for a while. A spokesman of the [PA] security establishment clarified that what occurred in Jenin was part of the insistence of a number of people not to notify the relevant bodies in accordance with the law about public activities they are holding. The syndicate demanded ’that every security member who attacked journalists be held accountable,’ and emphasized that ‘it will not take lightly this issue which constitutes a clear and grave violation of freedom of the press.’…
Governor of the Jenin District Ibrahim Ramadan said in response to the efforts of the syndicate to deal with the issue: ‘We will assemble an investigative committee and will hold accountable every person or officer who attacked a journalist, and we hope that the syndicate will cooperate with us during the investigation.’…
[PA] Security Forces Spokesman Adnan Al-Damiri clarified that what occurred in Jenin ‘was part of the insistence of a number of people not to notify the relevant bodies in accordance with the law about public activities they are holding, and particularly those that stop traffic and the public life of citizens, and also as part of the attempt of a number of people to create unjustified friction with the Palestinian Security Forces in public places without any respect for the law."

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Palestinian newspaper Al-Quds: We refuse to be part of "the government media"; we support democracy and freedom 
Source: Al-Quds, Aug. 25, 2016
Headline:Al-Quds will remain loyal to the citizen’s right to know and committed to the national interest”
     “Al-Quds today constitutes a symbol of raising the Arab journalism to the highest levels. And it has proven its ability to keep up with [the pace of] the era. Likewise, it has refused and refuses to be a part of ‘the government media’ like some of the other newspapers and websites, which causes regular people to follow the Israeli media as a source of news.
We at Al-Quds wish to emphasize to our readers and our entire people that the newspaper will continue to adhere to its national path despite all the steps and the obstacles the occupation will place, and regretfully, despite the accusations that are being hurled against us, because we belong to the people and not to the political echelon.
We reiterate that Al-Quds does not receive orders from the [PA] Minister of Interior or from anyone from ‘above’ and is not subordinate to anybody, and there is no doubt that nobody can buy its words or positions. We request that this be clear to everyone. Al-Quds will continue to be a symbol to all the citizens adhering to the same way, while relying on the right of the citizen to know and on our belief in democracy, freedom, and the rights and freedoms set by the constitution, to which [PA] President Mahmoud Abbas] and late President Yasser Arafat before him confirmed their adherence.
We believe that the officials can withstand constructive criticism and respect the freedom of opinion anchored in law as a safety valve on the way to freedom, independence, and the building of our future state – a state of freedoms and law.”

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Fatah: Closing PA TV and Ma’an TV satellite channels in Israeli prisons and prohibiting “brave prisoners” from watching them is a “barbaric act”  
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Aug. 2, 2016
      Headline: “Fatah and its Shabiba condemned the ban on [broadcasting] the Palestine and Ma’an satellite channels in the occupation’s prisons”
      “The Fatah Movement said that the closure of PA TV and Ma’an TV satellite channels in the Israeli prisons and the prohibiting our brave prisoners from watching them constitute a barbaric act that contradicts the most basic rights of our brave prisoners behind the occupation’s [prison] bars. Fatah Spokesman Osama Al-Qawasmi said: ‘This step is a clear expression of the moral crisis being experienced by the occupation government and additional proof of the professionalism and nationalism of these [TV] channels, who have proven the level of their impact on the public and on the public opinion of the Palestinian and international community…’ He added that… the closure of the PA TV and Ma’an TV satellite channels is an unethical act and an attempt to limit our brave prisoners, to break their will, and to dissuade them from their just demands.”
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Following PMW’s exposure of TV program honoring terrorist prisoners Israel cuts off Ma’an TV in prisons 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, July 29, 2016
 

 
Visual on screen: PA TV rebroadcast of PMW's video exposing PA TV and Ma'an TV's terrorist glorification

Official PA TV newsreader: "Director of the [PLO] Commission of Prisoners' Affairs Issa Karake said that the occupation authorities have decided to stop [broadcasts of] Ma’an TV within the prisons. He explained that the occupation justified this decision, claiming the channel engages in incitement (i.e., as exposed by PMW). Chairman of the Prisoners' Club Qadura Fares said that stopping the channel's broadcasts arises from opposition to the continued broadcasts of the program for prisoners presented by our colleague Samer Taym on PA TV... Palestinian Broadcasting Corporation condemned this step that comes after PA TV broadcasts were stopped within the prisons, and said that it will continue to transmit the prisoners' message in every way."
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Palestinian Journalists Syndicate boycotts any Palestinian official who gives interview to Israeli media 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, May 30, 2016
Headline: “[Nasser] Abu Bakr: The Palestinian Journalists Syndicate is one of the five most important syndicates in the world”
Excerpt of interview with Chairman of the Palestinian Journalists Syndicate Nasser Abu Bakr
     “Q. In an interview with you last October [2015] you called on all the journalists to boycott any Palestinian official that gives an interview to the Israeli media. How did the journalists respond to your call?
A. The Palestinian journalists are a unified group. We made the decision in the general secretariat of the union after long debates and checking the condition of the Israeli media. We have many documents that prove that it is a media that incites against the Palestinians, against the leadership, and against the Palestinian media institutions. Likewise, it is a media that embellishes the image of the occupation and falsifies the truth, and therefore, after long examinations, we reached the conclusion that no interview of [Palestinian] officials serves the Palestinian cause, but rather hinders them or uses them to blacken their faces and the face of the Palestinian people. For this reason, we saw that it is necessary to desist from any meetings with the Israeli press.”
50.7% of Palestinian youth are following the Palestinian news and social media about the 2015-2016 terror wave 
Source: Arab World for Research and Development (AWRAD), Mar. 28, 2016
Q: “Which statement best describes your level of interest in the ongoing protests since October 2015 (demonstrations, confrontations at contact areas, attacks on settlers and other Israelis)?”


Note: “[On] March 18-22, AWRAD conducted a survey of 1,200 Palestinian youth (18-52 years old) in the West Bank and Gaza.”
Palestinian NGO: Freedom of expression in the West Bank and Gaza deteriorated significantly in 2015, and included "interrogation processes, arrests, physical assaults, detentions and denial of coverage" 
Source: Ma’an, independent Palestinian news agency, Mar. 17, 2016

"The General Director of [The Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms] MADA Moussa Rimawi said that the number of Palestinian violations against media freedoms in the West Bank and Gaza during 2015, has increased alarmingly (192 violations), as it soared 78 points which is equivalent to 68% when compared to 2014, whereas compared to the year 2013 it increased by 114 points which is equivalent to 146%. In other words, the annual increase rate of Palestinian violations during the past two years (2014 and 2015) reached 73%, which raises serious concerns in relation to the manner in which the official authorities deal with the freedom of expression and media in the West Bank and Gaza Strip."

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Palestinian human rights organization criticizes new PA law that restricts freedom of speech 
Source: Al-Haq, Palestinian human rights NGO, Feb. 8, 2016
The PA recently [Dec. 29, 2015] ratified a law on the creation of a Higher Media Council, a body that would be responsible for regulating all forms of Palestinian media. The PA law, not yet in use, was by Abbas’ decree and was drafted without the involvement of the Palestinian media institutions. It was criticized by various Palestinian and international bodies for harming press freedoms. According to the law, the Council’s members would be drawn from the PA government, not from media professionals, and would be funded by the PA's budget, putting a regulatory body meant to be politically and financially independent under PA control. Following the criticism, the PA decided not to publish the law in the press. The following is the Palestinian Human Rights Organisations Council (PHROC)'s response to the proposed law, published by the Al-Haq human rights NGO:

"The Palestinian Human Rights Organisations Council (PHROC) is dismayed with the executive authority’s decision not to publish the Decision by Law 2015 regarding the Higher Media Council in the public newspaper. The law was ratified on 15 December 2015 by the Council of Ministers and was then issued by the President on 29 December 2015. PHROC affirms that the law remains ineffective until it is published and that it is essential that the President retreats from signing the Decision by Law. PHROC calls for a system that is consistent with international standards and ensures legislative harmony through which legislation concerning media and opinion can be addressed. PHROC also calls on the elimination of the Ministry of Information's role in this regard and the establishment of an independent and active Higher Media Council."

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Fatah opens new internet radio channel and news agency in Gaza Strip  
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Feb. 4, 2016
Fatah Commissioner of Culture and Information in Gaza Dr. Ahmad Hassan: “We are celebrating the launch of [internet radio channel] ‘Sawt Al-Jamahir’, the radio voice of Fatah in the Gaza Strip, and the launch of a news agency, and also a central agency of the Fatah Movement that broadcasts [news] from the Gaza Strip. These will be the forums through which the information and media department and the Supreme Leadership Council, the Commission of Information and Culture [will publish their news]. It will have an important role Allah willing.”
PA official media gets financial support ‎from the government 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Jan. 28, 2016
Headline: “Hamdallah emphasizes the ‎government’s support of the official media ‎and its advancement”‎
     ‎“[PA] Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah ‎emphasized yesterday [Jan. 27, 2016] that ‎the government supports the official ‎media in order to advance it. This was ‎during his meeting in Ramallah with the ‎Supervisor of the Broadcast Authority and ‎Chairman of the WAFA Palestinian news ‎agency’s Board of Directors Ahmad Assaf ‎‎(Assaf is also spokesman for Fatah –Ed.).”‎
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