British Parliament Demands Palestinian Textbooks Say Nice Things About Jews

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 14, 2020

“Those Jews are jolly good chaps, aren’t they Reginald?” “Right. Jolly good.”


I should have voted Corbyn.


Members of the British Parliament on Tuesday said they want answers as to why textbooks used to “radicalize” children in schools run by the Palestinian Authority and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) remain unchanged.

Member of Parliament Jonathan Gullis led a Westminster Hall debate with help from more than 20 members, where he exhibited a reading comprehension textbook for 10-year-olds that glorifies Palestinian terrorist Dalal al-Mughrabi, who killed 38 Israelis, including 13 children on a bus in 1978.

The United Kingdom provided£65.5 million (nearly $81 million) in aid to UNRWA and the Palestinians in 2019-20.

Gullis also cited findings of the research institute IMPACT-se, which examined 202 textbooks from the current curriculum and found “a systematic insertion of violence, martyrdom and jihad across all grades and subjects where the possibility of peace with Israel is rejected,” according to the MP.

Yeah, I’m sure what it says in school textbooks is the reason that there isn’t peace between Jews and Arabs in Palestine.

Nothing to do with the fact that Palestinians are being slaughtered as Jews steal all the land.

Basically, any attempt to say that Palestinians are doing anything wrong in this conflict is victim-blaming. Israel started all of it and they’re the ones who should be blamed for all of it.

The British government is disgusting.

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