TROUBLE IN THE HOLY LAND PA TV: Expel Israelis from Israel 'Be gone. Die anywhere you like, but don't die here.' Posted: December 30, 2005 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2005 WorldNetDaily.com Calling it a new level of hatred, an Israeli monitor of Arab media condemned the Palestinian Authority for broadcasting a feature that called for the expulsion of Israelis from the Holy Land. "It is time for you [Israelis] to be gone," said a voice over images of Tel Aviv and an Israeli flag. "Live wherever you like, but don't live among us. It is time for you to be gone. Die wherever you like, but don't die among us." Itamar Marcus of Palestinian Media Watch said the feature, broadcast Dec. 20 and on a previous occasion, was "yet another program on Palestinian Authority television calling for the destruction of Israel." Segments of the program, which focused on the town of Jaffa, can be viewed here. Marcus said the program opened with "a revision of history," by casting the ancient Canaanites as Arabs. "Palestine was attacked by invaders, but its Arab Canaanite features withstood attempts to change them," the narrator says. Jaffa "remained Arab in name, because the indigenous remain, while the foreign vanish. … "The doors and windows of the houses … are watching and expecting the return [of the refugees] … ." Marcus said that in this program "the more than 3,000 years of Jewish history in the area are pre-dated by a fabricated Arab history." The Arab conquest, he pointed out, actually took place in the 7th century. In the feature, all of Israel's coastal cities, Acre, Haifa, Caesarea, Ashdod, Ashkelon and Jaffa, are said to be situated in what is "known today as Palestine," making Israel non-existent. The final words of the program recited Israeli-Arab poet Mahmoud Darwish: "It is time for you [Israelis] to be gone. Live wherever you like, but don't live among us. It is time for you to be gone. Die wherever you like, but don't die among us. We have the past here. We have the present, the present and the future… So leave our country, our land, our sea, our wheat, our salt, our wounds. Everything. And leave the memories." http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=48129 So the Palestinians are "peace loving" people who just want to live "side by side" peacefully with the Israelis?