Many in the West can’t quite comprehend why Palestinians are so enraged with hatred for Israel and why they would even consider blowing themselves up in order to kill as many Jews as possible. After reading this story, one will clearly discover why these people are so consumed with their hatred. As outrageous as it is, they are taught hatred from birth, basically from their mother’s milk.
I thought America had some harmful cartoons intended to introduce our children to the occult and other harmful practices. But, when I see what Palestinian children are viewing, I’m flabbergasted, not to mention hopping mad. No wonder they are so anxious to throw their lives away while murdering innocents.
The UK Telegraph reports a disturbing story of an Islamic version of Bugs Bunny that is being broadcast into the homes of Palestinian children.
Islamic 'Bugs Bunny' programme 'spreads extremism' - Telegraph
“Assud the rabbit vows to ‘kill and eat Jews’ and glorifies the maiming of ‘infidels" on the Palestinian children's show ‘Tomorrow's Pioneers.’
In one episode, Assud admits stealing money and is seen begging for mercy after young viewers and parents phone in demanding to cut off his hands as punishment. At that point, Saraa, the 11-year-old presenter, intervenes and rules that the bunny should only have his ears severed because he has repented.
The rabbit, played by a costumed actor, is one of the main characters on the show broadcast in Gaza by the al-Aqsa channel, which is otherwise known as Hamas TV. Set up as a regional station prior to the Palestinian elections in January 2006, the al-Aqsa channel now airs on a satellite slot and has a substantial following across the Arab world.
‘Tomorrow's Pioneers’ was first aired in April 2007, and features young host Saraa Barhoum and her co-host, a large costumed animal. The show originally featured a character called Farfur who resembled Mickey Mouse and urged children to fight against the Jewish community and form a world Islamic state.
Farfur was later replaced by a bumble bee called Nahoul, who told viewers to ‘follow the path of Islam, of martyrdom and of the Mujahideen‘. He was 'martyred' earlier this year and replaced by Assud, who tells children in his first episode:
‘I, Assud, will get rid of the Jews, Allah willing, and I will eat them up.’
In a discussion with 11-year-old host Saraa Barhoum, the young viewers are referred to as 'soldiers'. Assud asks Saraa:
‘We are all martyrdom-seekers, are we not?’
‘Yes, we are all ready to sacrifice ourselves for the sake of our homeland,’ she replies.
The phone-in show accepts calls from children as young as nine on topics about life in Palestine.
During an episode aired in February, Assud vows to kill and eat all Danish people over the cartoon images of the Prophet Mohammed which appeared in Danish newspapers. He pledges to assassinate the illustrator and Saraa also agrees that she would martyr herself for the cause of Palestine.
Saraa, who has seven brothers and sisters, was invited to host the show after entering a singing competition. Last year she defended the programme, insisting it was not responsible for spreading extremism. She said:
‘We are not terrorists. We do not support terrorism. We are normal people, but we are defending our homeland. The Israelis hit next door to my house with a shell. I was wounded on my feet and my little brother Youssef was wounded in the legs. We, as Muslims, are against suicide bombers. We are against the death of civilians on all sides. We are only the enemy of those who took our land and kill us every day.’
The show is regularly translated and posted online by The Middle East Media Research Institute, an independent media monitoring group based in the United States.
The al-Aqsa channel was unavailable for comment.”
Lovely people, these Palestinians. Do they realize we are living in the 21st century, not the Middle Ages?
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