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American values are incompatible with funding UNRWA and the PA - watch lecture by Itamar Marcus
Jan 21, 2021
Marcus: “UNRWA is just growing refugees. The PA is growing terrorists. Does the Biden Administration want to support entities that are so diametrically opposed to the values of the Democratic Party?”
Caught red handed by PMW, PA rushes to change its online financial reports
Sep 2, 2020
After Palestinian Media Watch exposed the discrepancies between the Arabic language monthly budget performance reports and its English language translation, the Palestinian Authority rushed to change all five reports in which the distortions appeared.
PMW lecture to European Parliament MPs, results in calls to investigate EU funding of Palestinian terror
Jun 26, 2020
Their comments were delivered during a meeting in which attendees heard from Itamar Marcus, director of Palestinian Media Watch (PMW), who presented the findings of his organization’s recent research paper titled, “Two loopholes in EU anti-terror laws and regulations.”
Two loopholes in EU anti-terror laws and regulations: PMW presentation to MEPs
Jun 23, 2020
The new report highlights two loopholes that have enabled the Palestinian Authority to be a recipient of European Union (EU) funding, even though the PA breaches the EU’s anti-terror laws and regulations consistently.
PLO Charter (1968)
Jul 1, 1968
Article 7: "It is a national duty to bring up individual Palestinians in an Arab revolutionary manner... He must be prepared for the armed struggle and ready to sacrifice his wealth and his life in order to win back his homeland and bring about its liberation." Article 9: "Armed struggle is the..."
PLO Charter (1964)
May 28, 1964
The original PLO charter from 1964 is identical to the 1968 charter except for article 24. The 1964 charter defined Palestine as the territory of the State of Israel and specifically excluded the West Bank and Gaza Strip from their military objectives. The 1968 version of the charter included both...