PRC on NPR – why?

July 8, 2006 at 5:02 am (Islamism, Israel, Middle East, Palestinian Territories, The Media, The United States)

What the heck is the PRC (Popular Resistance Committees) doing on NPR?

In “Abu Radwan Tells NPR Palestinians Could’ve Attacked Civilians Instead of IDF” by Vital Perspective:

NPR ran an interview this morning with Abu Radwan, Spokesman for the PRC terrorist organization.

I frankly don’t care how relevant this terrorist organization’s soundbytes may be, I am staunchly opposed to any federally-funded program giving them time on their airwaves. Even Wikipedia (“Popular Resistance Committees”) says the PRC is a terrorist organization:

The Popular Resistance Committees (PRC) are a Palestinian terrorist network which operates in the Gaza Strip…

If they needed information from or on the PRC, they could have quoted an expert. This permitting them to engage in propaganda is unacceptable. There ought to be no direct contact whatsoever between US citizens and terrorists. Period.

I am very, very displeased with this.


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