In a November 13, 2022 morning show on Channel 5 (Iran), viewers were invited to answer a quiz with a cash prize of 200,000 toman about how long it would take a Sejjil missile to cross the distance between Tehran and Tel Aviv. For more about Iran’s Sejjil missile, see MEMRI TV Clips Nos. 9850, 9409, 8620, 8460, 7601, 7026, 4603, and 1918.
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Lebanese politician Omar Harfouch said in a January 23, 2023 show on Al-Jadeed TV (Lebanon) that denying Lebanese citizenship to Palestinian refugees in Lebanon is a “racist and inhuman” apartheid policy. He said that four generations of Palestinians have been born in Lebanon yet remain undocumented even though Lebanon is all they know. He also said that they have no country or identity of their own.
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In a January 17, 2023 show on Awda TV (Palestinian Authority), Fatah Revolutionary Council member Muhammad Al-Lahham praised Palestinian terrorists Raad Hazem and Diaa Hamarsheh, as well as the 2001 PFLP assassination of Israel's Minister of Tourism Rehavam Ze'evi. He said that the Palestinians are nearing a stage in which there will be more blood and more confrontation, and he stated that Fatah is capable of retaliating against all of the "occupation's crimes." He also said that young Fatah men and women are ready to set out and sacrifice themselves in order to "impose a curfew" on Tel Aviv and in the settlements.
This clip is a compilation of footage of Palestinians throughout Gaza and the West Bank celebrating the January 27, 2023 synagogue massacre in which a terrorist named Khairi Alqam shot and killed seven people and injured at least three others outside a synagogue in Jerusalem’s Neve Yaakov neighborhood. The attack was the deadliest terror attack in Israel since 2011. In the videos, large crowds of Palestinians – including children – can be seen dancing, singing, distributing sweets, setting of fireworks, lighting bonfires, and chanting various slogans such as: “Allah Akbar!”, “Millions of martyrs are marching to Jerusalem!”, “Death to [Israeli National Security Minister Itamar] Ben-Gvir!” Some of the crowds seen in the videos number several hundreds of people. The footage was aired by various sources, including Gaza Now, Al-Araby TV (Qatar), Al-Qastal, and Palestine Post. It should be noted that the following morning, a second shooting was perpetrated by a 13-year-old gunman in the City of David in Jerusalem, seriously injuring two Israelis.