So what, you ask?
Well, so I found this linked at the Int'l Herald Tribune (here)
... My father and I drove through the last Israeli checkpoint between Ramallah and Jerusalem while heading to the Palestinian National Theatre at the invitation of The Palestinian Agricultural Relief Committees (PARC) to attend the premiere of a new documentary on Jerusalem...
...Tonight, the theatre was packed tight. Young and old local Palestinian Jerusalemites, staff from the dozens of international agencies based in Jerusalem, donor representatives, foreign representatives, media, and the crew that produced the film were all present. The audience anxiously awaited the lights to be turned out and the film to start..."The Iron Wall" and tonight's film, "Jerusalem...The east side story," reveal the strategic policies that aim to Judaize [notice that?]the city and control Palestinian demographic growth. The resulting collective punishment is part of a larger scheme to pressure Palestinians into submission or flight.
"Jerusalem...The east side story" is a documentary that squeezes nearly 100 years of history into an hour or so of cinema...The producer of the film, Ms. Terry Boullata, stated at the outset of the evening that the intention of the documentary is to bring the Palestinian struggle for freedom and independence to the Western audience who has shown by way of its acquiescence to the ongoing Israeli military occupation that it still needs to be educated.
...today's globalised generation of Palestinians will not drop the torch of this just cause. Knowing that Palestinian mothers across the occupied territory and throughout refugee camps in Palestine and abroad are explaining our just cause to yet another generation (regretfully I'm sure) somehow makes up for the lack of coherence and leadership today.
There's a lot more but this is just another indication of the persistence of Pal. propaganda and the willingness of manstream media vehicles to pass this along. They did have this blurb:
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but still, the exploitation exists.