Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Breaking News: Jews Kill "Mickey Mouse" Lookalike Farfour on Hamas TV! Is Bambi Next?

Oh, those perfidious Jews! As readers may have heard previously, "The Pioneers of Tomorrow," a Hamas television children's program, has featured Farfour, a Mickey Mouse ripoff, who inspires Palestinian children to martyrdom in order to liberate Palestine from the Jews. On this past week's program, an Israeli interrogator beat Farfour the Mouse to death.

Farfour's martyrdom occurred when Farfour refused to turn over to the Jews the key and documents that proved that Farfour's family owned "Tel Al-Rabi," which according to Farfour's late grandfather the Jews renamed Tel Aviv after they occupied it in 1948. Or maybe it's Jerusalem; the Hamas children's program is inconsistent on that point. (Actually, Jewish pioneers built Tel Aviv on purchased coastal sand dunes from 1908-1910--as depicted in the photo reproduced at the bottom of this post--but let's not confuse our Palestinian children with bothersome facts.) In any event, Farfour refused "lots of money" that the Israeli interrogator offered the mouse for the key and documents, because of Farfour's loyalty to the promise he made to his dying grandfather to return to live on the land when it was redeemed from "the filth of the criminal, plundering Jews."

Farfour's pledge to his grandfather occurs in the opening scene of the program. Farfour's grandfather dies after extracting the promise from Farfur, apparently of old age, but Farfour declares immediately afterward that the Jews have killed his grandfather. Apparently in the fictional nation of Palestine, before the creation of the State of Israel, no one died of old age. Death is another disaster introduced by the Jews. It is not explained why the grandson of the elderly Palestinian Arab is a mouse.

To view the entire heartrending story (with English subtitles) of how the Jews stole the land of poor Farfour's family and built Tel Aviv (or maybe Jerusalem) on it, go the Memri site.

Mohammad Saeed, the director of production at Al-Aqsa Television, told Reuters the station would use other famous cartoon characters in future shows.
'Farfour was a story alive and he has turned into another story as a (martyr),' Saeed said."

Auction of lots at site of future city of Tel Aviv, 1909.


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