What the Guardian won’t report: Selling land to Jews punishable by death in Palestinian territories

H/T Israel Matzav

Here’s something to consider as the Palestinian Authority takes its case for statehood to the UN. 

As CBN reported:

“Israel supporters are sounding the alarm on a controversial law in the Palestinian Authority that forbids Arabs from selling land to Jews.”

“[Recently, in the Palestinian Territories] Mohammed, [the brother of a Palestinian named Abraham] was accused of selling a house to Jewish settlers. Just days after the new residents moved in, Mohammed’s dead body was found on the road between Jericho and Jerusalem.”

“Abraham suspects someone killed his brother because of the belief that he sold a house to Jews.”

Yes, selling land to Jews is punishable by death in the PA.

As Israel Matzav observed:

“What are the odds of your hearing that from the Western mainstream media?”

Pretty slim.

What are the odds that the Guardian will report it:

Zero. 

Read the story and view the video, here.

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