PA boasts of the 'achievements' of the 'intifada'

Data published by Gaza-based center shows more than 50 attacks of various kinds were carried out in February.

Dalit Halevi ,

Firebomb attack (illustration)
Firebomb attack (illustration)
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The Palestinian Authority (PA) is boasting over the “achievements” of the current terror wave, which Palestinian Arab terrorist groups have named the “Al-Quds Intifada”.

The Gaza-based Al-Quds Center on Thursday published statistics regarding the wave of terrorism against Israel for the month of February 2016.

According to the Arab organization, during the month of February there were 30 stabbing attacks (and attempted attacks), 13 shooting attacks, five car attacks (and attempted attacks), over 11 firebomb attacks and 10 attacks involving explosives.

The Center further listed the following “achievements” of the “intifada”: The torching of a synagogue in Gush Etzion, the torching of a bus in Jerusalem in a firebomb attack, an attempt to kidnap an Israeli soldier in the Jezreel Valley, stealing weapons from a soldier in the Qalqiliya area, burning an army jeep in the Kabatia region and clashes with IDF forces in Qalandiya.

The PA has continued to incite to terrorism against Israelis, as shown just this week in a new review of dozens of Palestinian Authority educational books for the 2015-2016 school year.

The review found that the PA education system continues to encourage terror against Jews and completely ignores the Holocaust in history books discussing World War II.

In addition, this year's textbooks continue to systematically erase the State of Israel from maps and texts.

PA chairman Mahmoud Abbas has also been at the forefront of the constant incitement against Israel, the most famous recent instance being his call on Palestinian Arabs to liberate the Al-Aqsa Mosque from Jews and their “filthy feet”.