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Cartography 101

Palestinian Media Watch has found yet another instance of the Palestinian thugocracy openly revealing their desire to completely annihilate the State of Israel: (courtesy LGF)

A clip broadcast by Fatah-controlled Palestinian television this week shows a map in which Israel is painted in the colors of the Palestinian flag, symbolizing Israel turned into a Palestinian state.

The description of all the state of Israel as “Palestine” is not coincidental and is part of a formal educational approach throughout the Palestinian Authority. This uniform message of a world without Israel is repeated in school books, children’s programs, crossword puzzles, video clips, formal symbols, school and street names, etc. The picture painted for the Palestinian population, both verbally and visually, is of a world without Israel.

For those of you out there who still think this is an isolated incident—and I'm mostly speaking to Dr. Rice and her merry band of buffoons at this point—please see beyond the fold, where you'll find plenty of examples of terrorists from around the world using this exact same map to describe their perfect, Jew-free world.From this year's Al Qods Day of Rage:

Demonstrators carry a Palestinian flag during a rally to mark the Jerusalem Day at the Yarmuok refugee camp near Damascus October 5, 2007. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)

From Those Unfair Israeli Jails, Part Deux:

The daughter of Fadi Abu Salah, a Palestinian held in an Israeli prison, touches her father's picture at their family house in the West Bank village of Arabah, near Jenin, September 26, 2007. Israel agreed on Sunday to free another 90 Palestinian prisoners to try to bolster President Mahmoud Abbas ahead of a U.S.-sponsored conference on Palestinian statehood, officials said. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK)

And don't think that Palestinians ever think it's too early to begin brainwashing their children:

Palestinian schoolgirls arrive at their school on the first day of the school year at the West Bank city of Jenin Saturday, Sept. 1, 2007. Thousands of Palestinian children kicked off the new school year on Saturday in the Gaza Strip, but some of their counterparts in the West Bank got an extra day of vacation thanks to a teacher's strike. (AP Photo/Mohammed Ballas)

Because, as we all know, sometimes bad things happen to bad people (i.e., Sheik Yassin):

An elderly Palestinian refugee woman gestures while walking through the entrance of the Palestinian refugee camp of Baddawi in the northern city of Tripoli, Lebanon Friday, May 25, 2007. Military aid from the United States and Arab allies began arriving Friday after Washington said it was rushing supplies to the Lebanese army battling al-Qaida-inspired Islamic militants barricaded inside the Palestinian refugee camp of Nahr el-Bared in the country's north. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)

By my approximation, based on a separate discussion with Jeha, the text in the banner here reads "Our Palestine":

A Palestinian boy runs with a Palestinian flag during a gathering to mark Nakba in the eastern part of Jerusalem May 14, 2007. Palestinians will mark Nakba on Tuesday, as a day of mourning for the establishment of Israel in 1948 after which an Arab-Israeli war brought the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians. REUTERS/Mahfouz Abu Turk (JERUSALEM)

Even women, when they're not busy being oppressed, are "free" to join in on the rage:

A Palestinian woman holds a placard, depicting a bleeding map with the Palestinian flag during a protest in Deir El-Balah, southern Gaza Strip, against the Palestinian internal fighting between Fatah and Hamas groups and against the Israeli government's current construction works outside the disputed Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in east Jerusalem's Old City,Thursday, Feb. 8, 2007. The placard reads in Arabic:' Palestine bleeding'. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)

Believe me, the hateful notion that all of Israel is "Palestinian" territory definitely comes from somewhere:

Palestinian Prime Minsiter Ismail Haniyeh speaks during Hamas rally marking the 19th anniversary of Hamas' foundation in Gaza December 15, 2006. A top Hamas leader on Friday accused Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas of Fatah of launching a war against the ruling Islamic militant group and said it would not agree to holding early elections. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)


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