Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Hamas Kids Show Rabbit Says "I will Finish Off the Jews and Eat Them"

Is there any more evil organization in the world than Hamas? And is there any more blatant and despicable manifestation of Jew hatred than the Hamas children's television program, Pioneers of Tomorrow?

This was, after all, the show that brought Palestinian children Farfur the Mouse, a Mickey Mouse look-alike, who would lead songs about shooting Jews with his AK-47. Farfur, you may recall, was stabbed to death by an Israeli interrogator when he refused to turn over the key to his family's home, stolen in 1948 by the Jews, in the mythical Tel-Al-Rabi, which Hamas claims is the Arab town now "occupied" by the City of Tel Aviv. The well-documented fact that Jewish pioneers developed the city of Tel Aviv on vacant sand dunes between 1908 and 1910 somehow did not make into the Hamas narrative.

Then there was Farfur's replacement, Nahoul the honeybee, killed off in another episode when the Israelis would not let Nahoul leave Gaza for needed medical treatment. Perhaps the Israelis thought that Nahoul might follow the example of Wafa Samir Ibrahim al-Biss, a 21-year old Palestinian woman, who lived in the Jabalya refugee camp in the Gaza strip. In January 2005 she suffered burns in a cooking accident in her home. She was admitted for treatment to the Soroka hospital in the Israeli town of Beer Sheva. She became an outpatient and was issued by the Israeli authorities with a special pass entitling her to cross into Israel to receive medical treatment. On 21 June 2005 she was arrested at the Erez crossing point, on her way out of Gaza and to Soroka, wearing 10 kgs of explosives in her underwear. On Israeli TV she admitted that she had planned to explode the bomb in the hospital where she was being treated. She stated that she had been recruited by the Fatah Al Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigade, and added that she had wanted to target as many children as possible. (Fatah and its Al Aqsa Martyrs' Brigade run a close second to Hamas in the "most evil organization" competition.)

Now Hamas brings us Assoud the Rabbit. On the "Pioneers of Tomorrow" segment, the following dialogue takes place between Assoud [Arabic for "lion"] and the young girl who serves as the shows hostess:

Girl: "Why is your name Assoud, since you are a rabbit?"

Assoud: "A rabbit is a [term] for a bad person and coward. And I, Assoud, will finish off the Jews and eat them."

Girl: "Allah Willing!"

What a delightful religiously inspired message of brotherhood! You can see this abominable obscenity of a children's program for yourself, at LGF here.


Blogger SteveJ said...

They need a new animal character: a slug that leaves a trail of slime and crawls back under the rock it came from.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008 6:52:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just wanted to say this reminds me of the censorship of pornography in our country. Now we want to censor what can be aired in another country??? If the parents of the children don't want there child to see this "trash" they don't allow them to watch it. Now if there leaders are getting the children together and putting them in a room with a large screen showing the show, armed guards at the door, and forcing them to watch, then I could understand our involvement. I mean come on, in Israel a girl can be forced to marry at the young age of nine. I have heard nothing of this fact on our news channels. In our own country, there are some parts of our larger cities where the crime is so bad the law enforcement dosent dare enter when called for a routine investigation. We need to focus on our home in these troubled times, not Israel!!!

Monday, February 18, 2008 9:15:00 AM  
Blogger The Kosher Hedgehog said...

Dear Anonymous:
No one is trying to censor Hamas television, as if I could. What I am trying to illustrate is the hatred against Jews that Hamas is instilling in the youngest Palestinian children. They are filled with vicious lives from as soon as they can watch TV, told that Tel Aviv was Palestinian city, stolen by the Jews. The point is, how does one make peace with such people?
As for your comment that in Israel a girl can be forced to marry at the age of nine, that is sheer nonsense. It is possible that in Arab villages in Israel, where Arab customs prevail, and Israeli law is sometimes ignored, perhaps such a thing would happen. I challenge you to present a source for your claim--even anonymously!

Tuesday, February 26, 2008 8:36:00 PM  

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