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PA indoctrinates children to delegitimize Israel on the anniversary of the Balfour Declaration: "No to the theft of the homeland”

Images and text posted on the Facebook page of the PA Ministry of Education

 

 

The following image shows students flying the Palestinian flag at half-mast.

 

 

The following image shows a student wearing a keffiyeh (Arab headdress) and holding a key symbolizing the Palestinian refugees’ “right of return,” while standing next to a painting of the PA map of “Palestine” that presents all of Israel together with the PA areas as “Palestine” in the colors of the Palestinian flag.

 

 

Posted text: “Today [Nov. 2, 2021], the [PA] Ministry [of Education] marked the anniversary of the wretched #Balfour_Promise (i.e., Declaration), after the 104 years have passed. The school students participated in the school recitation activities, carried signs condemning this sorrowful anniversary, and flew the flags at half-mast.”

 

The following image shows people dressed in traditional Arab garb; in the background on the left is a large green PA map of “Palestine” with the following Israeli and PA cities listed on it: “Jaffa,” “Jenin,” “Acre.”

 

 

The following image shows three students holding a poster in the shape of a frame.

Text at top of poster: “The wretched Balfour Promise – Nov. 2, 1917”

On the left is a drawing of a Palestinian with a key representing the “right of return” tearing the Balfour Declaration in half.

Text on right of poster: “Martyr after Martyr”

Text inside the poster: “The Balfour Promise – Nov. 2, 1917 – one who has no ownership gave to one who has no right”

At the bottom of the poster is a picture of five Hamas and Islamic Jihad terrorists who were killed in September 2021 raids on a Hamas terror cell – see note below.

Text on picture: “Five heroic resistance members joined the procession of Martyrs”

Text on red cloud in bottom left: “The wretched Balfour Promise will fall”

 

 

The following image shows a student holding a poster featuring a key representing the “right of return” with a Palestinian flag tied to it shattering a sign with “The Balfour Promise” written on it.

Text on poster: “Palestine does not accept partition into two”

 

 

The following image shows a student in a wheelchair with a Palestinian flag holding a sign.

Text on sign: “The Balfour Promise, a wretched promise”

 

 

The following image shows students holding signs.

Text on signs: “The Balfour Promise, a false promise. The right of return is the legitimate right”

“The Balfour Promise, 104 years since the wretched promise”

“The Balfour Promise – theft. No to the theft of the homeland”

 

 

The following image shows students holding signs.

Text on signs:

“The Balfour Promise will fall”

“The Balfour Promise – theft of a homeland”

“We will not forget the wretched promise”

“The false Balfour Promise”

“No to the wretched promise”

 

 

The following image shows students holding signs.

Text on signs: “Your promise will fall and our right will triumph”

“One who has no ownership [gave] to one who has no right”

“A false promise. The right of return is the one that is legitimate”

“No to the Balfour Promise, Nov. 2, 1917”

“Palestine is ours and will not belong to the Jews”

 

 

The following image shows students holding signs.

Text on signs: “A national home for the Jews on the land of Palestine”

“The right is ours. The cursed Balfour Promise”

“Lest we forget. The Balfour Promise. Our roots are sturdy in their land”

“Britain’s crime of occupation…”

“103 (sic., 104) years since the wretched Balfour Promise – Nov. 2, 1917”

Palestine is ours and will not be a homeland of the Jews

“104 years have passed since the wretched promise”

“The Balfour Promise – one who has no ownership gave to one who has no right”

“The false Balfour Promise – time will make it fall”

“Returning”

“Years and decades – we will continue the path – in the end we will yet return”

“Nov. 2, 1917 – the Balfour Promise – theft of a homeland”

“The Balfour Promise – a promise of one who has no ownership to one who has no right”

 

 

 

 

 

The Balfour Declaration of Nov. 2, 1917 was a letter from British Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour to Baron Rothschild stating that "His Majesty's government views with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people." In 1922, the League of Nations adopted this and made the British Mandate "responsible for putting into effect the declaration," which led to the UN vote in favor of partitioning Mandatory Palestine into a Jewish state and an Arab state in 1947. In response, Britain ended its mandate on May 15, 1948, and the Palestinian Jews, who accepted the Partition Plan, declared the independent State of Israel. The Palestinian Arabs rejected the plan and together with 7 Arab states attacked Israel, in what is now known as Israel's War of Independence.

 

September 2021 raids on Hamas terror cell - Israeli forces conducted raids on Sept. 26, 2021 to arrest members of a Hamas terror cell in several locations in the West Bank, in order to thwart imminent large-scale terror attacks that the cell was planning to launch in the West Bank and Israel. Five Hamas and Islamic Jihad terrorists were killed after opening fire on Israeli forces during the raids, and approximately 20 members of the cell were arrested and weapons were seized. The five killed in the raids were: Ahmed Zahran, Muhammad Hmeidan, Zakariya Badwan, Osama Sobeh, and Yusuf Sobeh.