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Jerusalem Post says Palestinian Media Watch's research is "invaluable"

Excerpt from the Jerusalem Post 

Headline: Antisemitism, from the streets of Berlin to the streets of Ramallah - opinion


According to the invaluable research of Palestinian Media Watch, there are at least 32 Palestinian Arab schools named after terrorists. There’s also a school in El-Bireh named after Haj Amin el-Husseini, the mufti of Jerusalem, who was indicted as a Nazi collaborator; and two in Gaza named after Hassan Salameh, the mufti’s right-hand man and fellow-Nazi collaborator.


Haj Amin Al-Husseini - the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem at the time of the British Mandate. During World War II he moved to Berlin, where he was a Nazi collaborator and an associate of Hitler. Al-Husseini was on Yugoslavia's list of wanted war criminals, and was responsible for a Muslim SS division that murdered thousands of Serbs and Croats. When the Nazis offered to free some Jewish children, Al-Husseini fought against their release, and as a result, 5000 children were sent to the gas chambers.

Hassan Salameh – Hamas terrorist who is serving 46 life sentences for heading the terror infrastructure that carried out 2 suicide bombings on no. 18 buses in Jerusalem (first attack on Feb. 25, 1996, second attack on March 3, 1996), and the suicide bombing at the Ashkelon Junction hitchhike point (Feb. 25, 1996). 46 people were murdered in the attacks and around 100 were wounded.