Jerusalem – Israel’s Netanyahu Says Palestinians Don’t Educate To Peace


    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chairs a weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem May 7, 2017. REUTERS/Oded Balilty/Pool Jerusalem – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the Palestinians are not educating their children toward peace.

    Netanyahu spoke Sunday at his weekly Cabinet meeting ahead of U.S. President Donald Trump’s upcoming visit to Israel. Netanyahu says Trump’s first overseas trip as president reflects the strong bond between the nations. He welcomed Trump’s push to resume peace talks, but criticized Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas for “praising terrorists and paying them” — and lying about preaching peace to children.

    The Palestinian “martyrs’ fund” pays about 35,000 families of Palestinians killed and wounded in the long-running conflict with Israel, and says the money amounts to welfare payments to victims. Israel has long said the payments glorify terrorism and provide an incentive to kill. Last week, Netanyahu urged Abbas to “fund peace and not murder.”

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    1. There are many things not included in the education these behaimos provide to their children. I have little care for what they omit. I care about what they include, especially as staples and major goals of their education system. And that is the campaign of terror, mayhem, murder, and greed. No one with a morality quotient on the positive side of zero should accept this as anything but war. Those engaged in such education deserve eradication, not any form of even indirect support.

    2. If, If peace started now it would take generations of PA children to start being part of the story of civilization and start contributing to civilization instead of hate and destruction.


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