Fatah's Facebook Page Tells Parents to Raise Their Children for Terror

February 2014
Israel Faxx;2/3/2014, Vol. 22 Issue 28W, p8
The article reports that the Facebook page of Fatah, the ruling political party of the Palestinian Authority, continues to be the hotspot of incitement as it urges parents to raise their children to fight against Israel.


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