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Algemeiner reports on PMW bulletin on Fatah mockery of Israelis fleeing rocket fire
Dec 18, 2018
"According to monitoring group PMW, the official Fatah Facebook page posted a photo of Israeli medics on the scene of the rocket strikes and wrote, 'Going down to the shelters, their hearts filled with fear.'"
Algemeiner quotes PMW findings on Abbas' support for terrorists' salaries
Oct 3, 2018
"Bakr 'emphasized that the leadership… will not succumb to the Israeli and American pressures calling to stop the Martyrs’ and prisoners’ salaries and allowances,' reports the official PA daily, as translated by PMW."
Algemeiner reports on PMW exposure of Belgium-funded schools named after terrorist Dalal Mughrabi
Sep 6, 2018
"PMW, the Jerusalem-based monitoring group that first uncovered the change, said Belgium’s 'good intentions' were being undermined by the PA’s simultaneous decision to name two other schools in Beit Awwa after Mughrabi."
The Algemeiner reports on continuing saga of Belgian-funded school named after terrorist that PMW exposed
Aug 10, 2018
"After the monitoring group PMW brought the institute to public attention last October, a spokesperson for the Belgian Foreign Ministry told The Algemeiner that the country would 'not allow itself to be associated with the names of terrorists in any way.'"
PMW’s “damning” report cited as proof of Palestinian football head’s terror support
Jun 4, 2018
"[A] damning report on Rajoub’s activities issued by the Israeli NGO PMW in 2016 emphasized his defiance of the 'fundamental Olympic goal to use sports as a bridge to peace' by naming sporting competitions in honor of Palestinian terrorists."
Belgium responds to PMW bulletin: Belgian funding to PA schools still suspended
Nov 21, 2017
"Belgium is upholding its commitment to suspend construction projects with the Palestinian Ministry of Education, a spokesperson for Brussels told The Algemeiner after a Belgian official was spotted at the inauguration of a new Palestinian school[, reported by PMW]."
Op-ed in The Algemeiner recommends Trump administration use PMW material to combat PA terror glorification
Jan 31, 2017
"The research organization Palestinian Media Watch can undoubtedly supply the [Trump] administration with a list of relevant names [of streets and institutions in the PA named after terrorists]."
PMW asks scouts to cancel Palestinian membership over terror promotion
Sep 5, 2016
“We would like to bring to your attention that the Palestinian Scout Association (PSA), which six months ago was accepted as a full member in the World Organization of the Scout Movement, is training its scout leaders to see a cold-blooded terrorist murderer as their role model,” Itamar Marcus,...
Interview with PMW director Itamar Marcus on Abbas' so-called support for freedom of the press
Aug 3, 2016
The head of an Israel-based research organization ridiculed PA President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday for “creating, as policy, a virtual reality in which all truth is turned upside down.” Itamar Marcus, founder and director of Palestinian Media Watch (PMW), was referring to a report in the official...
Algmeiner reports on Abbas confirming PMW’s findings about PA donor funds going to imprisoned terrorists
May 5, 2016
"Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas admitted that the PA is paying salaries to terrorists incarcerated in Israeli prisons despite previous public assurances that such payments had ended, Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) reported."
The Algemeiner interviews PMW director in response to PA closure of Hamas TV station for "incitement"
Nov 30, 2015
"Itamar Marcus, who runs the Israel-based watchdog organization Palestinian Media Watch, told The Algemeiner... that the claim the PA was shutting down Al-Aqsa TV because of incitement was 'clearly not the real motivation... The PA and Fatah in particular have been incessantly glorifying the..."
The Algemeiner interviews Itamar Marcus, PMW director, about PA blaming Israel for Paris terror attacks
Nov 16, 2015
"Blaming Israel for the massive, coordinated terror attacks in Paris on Friday is part and parcel of Palestinian Authority ideology and policy, the director of Palestinian Media Watch told The Algemeiner."
The Algemeiner cites PMW in article about Israeli Parliamentary meeting about PA incitement
Oct 29, 2015
"The Knesset Education Committee convened Wednesday to discuss incitement against Israel and Israelis in the Palestinian Authority (PA) education system... According to Itamar Marcus, director of Palestinian Media Watch, at least 25 PA schools are named after terrorists."
The Algemeiner interviews PMW director about PA terror promotion
Oct 27, 2015
"The international perception of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is that he is weak and ineffectual, said Itamar Marcus, founder and director of Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) [...] But in fact, 'everyone in [Abbas’] orbit lauds Palestinians who commit violence against Israelis and..."
Ban Ki-Moon criticizes Abbas for incitement following PMW exposure
Sep 24, 2015
"United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon told PA President Mahmoud Abbas that he worried Abbas’s recent incitement would lead to more confrontations in Jerusalem... 'The Al-Aqsa [Mosque] is ours… and they have no right to defile it with their filthy feet. We will not allow them to, and we will..."
Netanyahu's office confirms PMW findings - PA behind surge in violence against Jews
Sep 21, 2015
"When asked whether the Israeli government concurs with [PMW's] assessment that violence is being encouraged by the Palestinian leadership, an official in the Prime Minister’s Office readily referred to the following statements Netanyahu made on this very issue... 'This incitement comes from the..."
British MPs reconsider funding the PA due to PMW report
May 27, 2015
"British parliamentarians have called on their government to reconsider providing financial aid to the Palestinian Authority... According to Palestinian Media Watch, the PA tricked the British government into believing that it had ceased providing the salaries, though it had simply established a..."