And there's no surprise in what Sa'ar is doing in Hebron, because Israel has always used this sort of 'propaganda' to one extent or another, which is along the same lines as the slanted perspective it's historically presented to the world - which is no longer effective thanks to the 'real-time' capabilities of modern media and the internet. Unfortunately, it remains effective with an audience that's given these slanted views under the guise 'education'. It's known as "indoctrination".
Nigeria says troops destroy extremist camp, rescue 178 people (AP)
from the article: How school trips to Hebron resemble visits to Auschwitz