Sick End Of Year Play By Jerusalem Arabs Dramatizes Execution Of Itamar Ben-Gvir

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JERUSALEM (VINnews) — While Israel’s justice system has focused its attention on the trial of former prime minister Netanyahu, accused of various white collar crimes, it largely ignores the continuous murderous incitement which takes place in the Arab sector. This incitement is the fundamental cause of all the terrorist activity in Judea, Samaria and even the Israeli Arab sector. It is fueled by Facebook and Instagram sites, which were the catalyst for the 2021 attacks on Jews in Israel, but is also rampantly common in the education system.

Despite Israeli attempts to monitor content in Arab schools via the Ministry of Education, many schools even in Jerusalem and surrounding villages teach a Palestinian curriculum which demonizes Israel and encourages terror activity against it. In a perverse example of such incitement to murder and demonization of Israelis which took place at an end of year play in the Jerusalem Arab suburb of Anata, the play ends with the “execution” of Itamar Ben-Gvir amid loud applause and waving of Palestinian flags.

Despite the murderous nature of the play, police have yet to take action against those who inculcate such incitement within the educational system. Is it any surprise that Jerusalem Arab youths, brought up on a diet of hatred and violence, are so radicalized and prone to terror attacks on Jews?

The Education Ministry responded by stating that “the school is under the full responsibility of the Palestinian Authority and the ministry has no association with it. The ministry expressed its concern that the school is raising children on incitement, hatred and terror instead of giving them a proper education. The ministry will transfer the content to the relevant security authorities.”

 

 


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