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PA TV quiz show presents Israeli cities Rosh HaNikra and Beer Sheva as “Palestinian”

Official PA TV program The King of Cash, a special quiz show for the Muslim month of fasting, Ramadan, June 3, 2017

Official PA TV host 1: “What is the border [city] between Palestine and Syria? The options are Rosh HaNikra (i.e., an Israeli city on the border with Lebanon), Umm Al-Rashrash (i.e., Eilat, the southernmost Israeli city), or Aita Al-Shaab (i.e., a Lebanese village on the border with Israel). Rosh HaNikra? Rosh HaNikra?”
Official PA TV host 2: “Do you see my finger (holds up one finger to indicate the first option, Rosh HaNikra –Ed.)? Do you see us on TV?”
Host 1: “Rosh HaNikra? Abir (i.e., the caller’s name), what is your answer? I will repeat the question: What is the border [city] between Palestine and Syria?”
Host 2: “Can I interfere? Rosh HaNikra (sic., Rosh HaNikra is on the Lebanese border). Congratulations!”

Official PA TV program The King of Cash, a special quiz show for the Muslim month of fasting Ramadan, June 5, 2017

Official PA TV host: “What is the southernmost city in Palestine?”
Caller: “Umm Al-Rashrash (i.e., Eilat, the southernmost Israeli city).”
Host: “In southern Palestine.”
Caller: “Umm Al-Rashrash.”
Host: “No (sic., Eilat is the southernmost Israeli city). Something else. I will give you options: Be’er Sheva, Ashkelon, or Gaza?”
Caller: “Gaza.”
Host: “Try again.”
Caller: “Be’er Sheva.”
Host: “Be’er Sheva. Congratulations, you’ve earned $100!”
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