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Hamas TV teaches children to kill ‘all Jews’

13 May 2014

13 May 2014

Anyone who hasn’t seen Hamas TV is missing a treat. Of course the low production values are part of the fun. But for the Palestinian audiences, most entertaining of all seems to be the sight of watching Palestinian children being taught to murder every Jew. Often by an adult dressed up as a giant bumble bee. Because one of the most popular characters in the death-fest that is ‘Al-Aqsa TV’ is indeed ‘Nahul’, the giant cuddly bee.

Anybody who still thinks that Hamas is a legitimate ‘resistance’ organisation, or that the recent Hamas-Fatah unity deal could in any way help bring about a peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian border dispute, should just spend one a half minutes watching the clip above. It is from a programme broadcast on Hamas’s ‘Al-Aqsa TV’ earlier this month. And I know, I know, I am sure Nahul and the children he is indoctrinating meant to say ‘Struggle against the Zionists until such a time as we can come to a peaceful two-state solution’. But instead official Hamas TV once again teaches Palestinian children to kill ‘all Jews’ instead.

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Transcript (courtesy of PalWatch):

Child host: “OK, so what does a policeman do?”
Nahul (adult in giant bee costume): “He catches thieves, and people who make trouble.”
Child host: “And shoots Jews. Right?”
Girl: “Yes.”
Child host: “You want to be like him?”
[Girl nods]
Child host: “Allah willing, when you grow up.”
Girl: “So that I can shoot Jews.”
[Nahul the bee cheers]
Child host: “All of them? All of them?”
Girl: “Yes.”
Child host: “Good.”


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  • The Bat Man

    I love how all of the Muslims are in an uproar over all of the civilian deaths in Gaza. Every day in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Africa etc etc etc.. Muslims are killing muslims yet you don’t hear a peep!!!!! You idiots are only crying because it’s Israel that is fighting the fight! And where are your Arab Brothers???? How come nobody is stepping in? Perhaps they agree with Israel but can’t open their mouths bc they would catch major heat! Ask Abbas how he really feels. He just returned from Israel last month for cancer surgery so he can’t hate Israel that much!!!!

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  • Eli

    I’d say this is more offensive than the “Innocence of Muslims” video

  • Ulysses Jefferson

    Waste ’em all, Christian and Muslim, Arabs and Jews alike…turn the land into a desert…vote UKip

  • simon

    finally someone in the british media is putting this out there

  • Treebrain

    What irony, given the Israel helped create Hamas as part of the ‘divide and rule’ strategy devised to combat the PLO!

    • MissDemeanor

      BS!

      the MB has existed since before the creation of Israel, and Hamas is an offshoot of it, everybody knows that (well, everybody with a brain that is)

      did Israel also create

      Hezbollah
      Al Qaeda
      Hizbut Tharir
      Boko Haram
      and dozens of other Islamist terrorist groups that operate worldwide?

      typical muslim taqiyya lies and deflection by blaming jews

      • Treebrain

        Denial is not just a river in Egypt!

        It is hardly a secret that the Israel intelligence services were instrumental in the creation of Hamas as part of a policy of ‘divide and rule’.

        The policy failed as it has led to the creation of a radical Muslim element that challenges the legitimacy of the secular Fatah movement.

        Links between Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood came AFTER the Israeli-inspired Hamas was created, the MB did NOT set up Hamas first!

    • James Lovelace

      The Muslim Brotherhood was founded in 1928, and modelled on Hitler’s National Socialists (this according to followers of the MB, in books from the 1950s).

      Even dhimmi British academics admit that in the 1930s the MB was working with the National Socialists in Palestine in order to kill jews.

      • Treebrain

        James Lovelace,

        The issue is not about the origins of the Muslim Brotherhood, but rather the seminal role played by Israel in the creation of Hamas in order to challenge the authority of Fatah.

        Unfortunately it backfired and Hamas has become a much greater threat to Israel than Fatah ever was, a classic example of an intelligence ‘own goal’ for Israel.

        • James Lovelace

          Before Israel even existed, the Nazis were working with “islamists” in Palestine to kill jews.

          The massacre of jews in Hebron in 1929 shows that the existence of Israel has nothing to do with muslim genocide against jews. As is also demonstrated by the pogroms against jews in muslim-occupied Spain in the 11th century.

          And just like with the National Socialists, you InterNational Socialists continue your support for genocide against jews.

      • Marie Louise Noonan

        Nicely selective there.

        • James Lovelace

          Unless I type in the entire contents of Encyclopaedia Brittanica, I’m going to end up being selective.

          Nice attempt to try to smear my argument, without offering a shred of counter-evidence.

          • Marie Louise Noonan

            Apologies. I probably intended to respond to your other post in which you assert:

            ‘The massacre of jews in Hebron in 1929 shows that the existence of Israel has nothing to do with muslim genocide against jews. As is also demonstrated by the pogroms against jews in muslim-occupied Spain in the 11th century.’

            (Hmmm. 1290, anybody?)

            • James Lovelace

              We can go all the way back to those foolish tolerant jews in Medina, who took in Mohammed and his 150 followers. Only to find that Mohammed then proceeded to kill all the jews and take over Medina.

              The killing of jews is fundamental to the history of islam.

  • Jackthesmilingblack

    Islam really is shooting itself in the foot, with Boko Haram leading the charge.

  • Donafugata

    If only the Palestinians had focused their efforts on making the most of what they have, they could have a thriving economy and be doing business with their Israeli neighbours.

    Instead of which, they prefer to be filled with hate, taking pot-shots at Israel and impoverishing their own people.

    And why didn’t the UN make it a condition of Palestinian nationhood that Palestine must first acknowledge the state of Israel?

  • Toby Vanilla

    Hello Douglas,

    I greatly appreciate your efforts in exposing Islam for what it is. But it is to the shame of the Main Stream Media that I do have to express my appreciation towards one journalist while I and with me all consumers of the news should not expect anything else from any journalist then bringing the facts and truth.

    So, Douglas, I really would appreciate it if you would lift this fight against this evil to a whole new level. An evil that is being facilitated through the Main Stream Media and is called ‘Politic Correctness’.

    If you as a journalist are concerned about the ethics of your ‘colleagues’ and if you want to restore the credibility of your and their profession you have to address and confront this evil form of public deception.

    I, as a consumer would highly appreciate it, and do expect from The Spectator that they as a news outlet will oficially announce that they denounce the practice of ‘politic correct’ journalism.

    I am sure that if you take this challenge seriously, you will make a reasonable contribution in restoring the credibility of the press in the public eye and as a bonus you will probably receive the ‘Islamophobe of the year’ reward. Keep fighting the righteous fight!

  • adam
    • darwins beard

      And like all pro jihadist Jew baiter’s you say that that justifies the above. Im off to buy a soda stream, do you think If I get enough the IDF will let me sign an artillery shell ?

      • adam

        sorry but what world are you living in?

  • Altocumulus

    Er, yes, Abdullah. But, rather than your general attempted character assassination of Douglas Murray, what about the issue at hand – the fact that Hamas TV produces such vile programmes?
    If we heard a bit more condemnation of this barbarism from our “law-abiding and pacific Muslim” neighbours, and less of the constant, whining victimhood, of which your pieces are very good examples, perhaps Mr Murray’s views would not be increasing in popularity across the nation to the extent they are.

    • Jonathan Sidaway

      Somebody somewhere in this thread pointed out that it is a bit one-sided and where were the Muslim contributors? Abdullah cropped up with his ad hominem thing. That is illustrative, because a debate rests on differing opinions about a shared premise, and between secularism – which I guess at least 2/3 contributors subscribe – and Islam there is absolutely no shared ground. Islam is not so much a mediaeval throw back as a mediaeval hangover. One doesn’t have to subscribe dubious (to my sort of Toryism anyway) notions of progress much to doubt that the west has moved on from a vision of religion as an overarching structure that must be forced on others. Had Islam had its Reformation-event, we would not be dealing with this bizarre religious irruption in England. Second, a lot of Muslims are at the bottom of the economic pile; vote labour; and thus don’t read the Speccie, which accounts for the one-sidedness of the thread. They are probably open to the insinuations of demagogery. That is the worrying thing, and Abdullah was attempting to distract useful idiots from the problem with his talk of the distinction between Islam and its -ism.

      • Toby Vanilla

        Quote: ‘Had Islam had its Reformation-event’ ;

        Islam does have its ‘Reformation-event’, it is called ‘Jihad’.

        • Jonathan Sidaway

          I meant questioning of religious orthodoxy. Point taken, but isn’t jihad just yet another old, unquestioned bit of the Muslim edifice?

  • Guest

    The more I know about Muslims, the more they absolutely disgust and repulse me as a people!

  • http://www.firstthings.com/blogs/firstthoughts/2014/02/muslims-our-natural-allies Edward Kefas

    what do they teach Jews on Israeli TV about Christianity:

    Jerusalem authorities ask Catholics to take down banner welcoming Pope Francis
    http://mondoweiss.net/2014/05/jerusalem-authorities-welcoming.html

    • MissDemeanor

      yeah, cause that’s exactly the same….

    • Jonathan Sidaway

      Am no expert on Israel, but isn’t it an explicitly secular society, hence the banner ban? Lots of people have a particular religious allegiance in Israel, but the state itself is secular?

      • cba

        There were plenty of banners welcoming the Pope throughout Jerusalem. The one banner that was taken down was because of its placement, not because it was welcoming the Pope.

  • Abdullah

    Replace ‘Jews’ with ‘Muslims’ in the quotes above and the inspirer of Norwegian terrorist Breivik, Douglas Murray would be supporting it to the hilt and crying ‘freedom of speech’ at any critics

    • darwins beard

      By the same standard isnt Mohamed to blame for those who follow his example ? i.e murder and dominion over “kuffar”

  • Henry Turner

    If you want a good chuckle, find the clips from back when they were using a Mickey Mouse costume!

  • Abdullah

    David Aaronovitch takes on Douglas Murray over Islamophobia
    Two weeks ago in the JC the writer Douglas Murray described the idea of Islamophobia as “a crock”. Douglas and I have shared a few platforms over the years and I have a respect for his combination of intellectual and street-fighting skills.

    So it is with disappointment and trepidation that I take issue with him here. He is, I think, completely wrong. And here’s why.

    It is evident that some people dislike Muslims. It is also evident that some people, acting on this dislike, fail to discriminate between aspects of Islam that they claim to disapprove of and Islam in general. This is why many mosques are being attacked in this country, without any obvious relation to anything specific that is being said or done in those particular mosques. If these were, say, black churches, synagogues or Hindu temples we would probably not hesitate to describe such attacks as racist or antisemitic in nature. Nor would we have much difficulty in recognising movements of people who broadly give support to such actions as being racists or antisemites.

    Yet when the static targets are mosques and the moving targets are Muslims, it would be somehow wrong – buying into “the crock” – to describe the attacks as “Islamophobic”. Says Douglas.

    Why? Allow to me to distill his argument. First, there cannot be such a thing as Islamophobia because Muslims are neither a race nor a people. Second, a phobia is an irrational fear and fear of Muslims is not irrational (because there are more Salafis than Ahmmadis). In other words, Islam is a religion that is not like other religions.

    Third, even if there were such a thing as Islamophobia, its definition is contested and therefore it is unhelpful to talk about it. Fourth, there may actually be such a thing, but there isn’t much of it around and the accusation of Islamophobia is being misused to close down legitimate criticism of aspects of Islam. And finally, insofar as there is something that might be called Islamophobia it is a reactive response to what Muslims themselves do. If they didn’t do those things then it wouldn’t exist. Which in any case it probably doesn’t.

    Some of this is, whatever Douglas says, very familiar. Before the race theories of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, antisemitism (or Jew hatred) was not racial. The problem wasn’t with the Jews themselves but with what they obstinately believed. If they abandoned Judaism they could become good people. So it is quite possible to posit an Islamophobia which corresponds to pre-racial antisemitism. The fact that, in this society, most Muslims are brown, can give this hatred a racial dimension.

    Now if we agree that most British Muslims are indeed law-abiding, and pacific (as Douglas agrees), this means that attacks on their mosques occasioned by fear and hatred are quintessentially “phobic” and not rational.

    Nor is the experience of having a term misused a good reason for rejecting the term itself. It is instead a good reason for arguing against the misuse. Imagine someone in Hackney wishing to criticize the exclusionary way the strictly Orthodox there seek to use new localised planning laws. If such a critic is wrongly accused of antisemitism would we regard that as grounds for dumping the idea of antisemitism itself? I think not.

    As to “they bring it on themselves”, well maybe some few do. But the people who then do the supplying of “it”: the attacking and scaring and intimidation of ordinary Muslims for being Muslims – the EDL foot-soldiers and the BNP and the rhetorical fringes of UKIP – well, we’ve seen them before. We see them now. We understand their atavistic urge. Whatever we call it, we who think about it know what it is. http://www.thejc.com/comment-and-debate/columnists/109273/an-unhelpful-approach

    • darwins beard

      “Islamophobic is a word created by fascists, used by cowards to manipulate morons” Christopher Hitchens.

      Islamophobia is a blunderbuss term used to shut anyone up who dares to hold Islam to the same account we do other religions and yes there are racists in the world who have anti Muslim views but we already have a word for that it and its called racism. Islamophobia lost all meaning when Maajid Nawaz tweeted the picture of Jesus and Mo and was called “Islamophobic” by his detractors .

      Obscuration is also a word and you use it perfectly when comparing the desire of Palestinians to make a Jew free Palestinian state and finish off what Hitler started to the thugs of the EDL and BNP who by the way ironically share the same views as your Palestinian friends when it comes to Jews marching and handing out leaflets in the North of England.

      • James Lovelace

        The word islamophobia was coined in France in the early 20th century. It meant “the justified fear of the victims of islam in muslim-dominated societies.”

        Instead, it’s been taken over by islamo-fascists and their fascist Left supporters, to rob the victims of islam of any term which describes their oppression.

        We will never manage to wrest this term from the fascists who would oppress us. We need to start using “kafirphobia” to describe islam itself.

        • Marie Louise Noonan

          ‘The word islamophobia was coined in France in the early 20th century. It meant “the justified fear of the victims of islam in muslim-dominated societies.”‘

          Shortly after The Dreyfus Affair then?

  • Abdullah

    http://www.loonwatch.com/2013/08/henry-jackson-society-associate-director-douglas-murray-daily-mail-journalist-melanie-phillips-banned-anti-muslim-propagandist-robert-spencers-british-a/

    “Henry Jackson Society” Associate Director Douglas Murray & “Daily Mail” journalist Melanie Phillips exposed: The facts

    • Marie Louise Noonan

      “Henry Jackson Society” Associate Director Douglas Murray & “Daily Mail” journalist Melanie Phillips exposed: The facts”

      Melanie Phillips is regarded by the left as the ultimate political apostate, is she not?

      And the term ‘loon watch’: would turn me off straight away. But then I’m probably not a member of your target audience.

  • Abdullah

    As Paul Goodman writes this morning, Murray is waging battle against him. Why? Because Goodman quite rightly distinguishes between Islam and Islamists, while Murray blurs the distinction between the worst extremists and your ordinary Muslim. Worse, because he is a fabulous agent provocateur, Murray doesn’t just portray the Muslim community as rabid Sharia fanatics: he urges Britons – in fact all Europeans – to make life difficult for them. In a speech to the Dutch Parliament that Goodman quotes, Murray argued that “Conditions for Muslims in Europe must be made harder across the board.” He went on to suggest that mosques be demolished in some cases, and that Muslim immigrants should be banned.

    That’s true hatred of religious freedom for you. Muslims, by virtue of their faith, must suffer.

    No wonder that the Conservative Party promptly broke off all relations with Murray: to be seen to condone this vision of religious cleansing would be horriffic. Yet the Conservatives’ snub rankled and Murray began to misrepresent them, too – or at least to misrepresent Goodman, who as an MP had worked hard for the Muslim community in his Wycombe constituency and beyond, shadowing the Department for Communities and Local Government. http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/cristinaodone/100111411/why-paul-goodman-is-right-and-brave-to-take-on-douglas-murrays-muslim-bashing/

    • sebastian2

      The distinction between islam and islamists is a western one. It’s a kind of extra, western fragmentation of an already fragmented cult whereby the “real” muslims who claim to follow the example of their alleged “prophet” (now seen by many as a barbaric warlord with delusions of sanctity) are ideologically segregated from all others. The remainder (pacific non-islamists) are spared the taint of their islamist co-religionists. This allows outsiders (and which sane, rational person wants to be an insider?) to condemn islamism without criticizing islam. Very convenient. Not “real” muslims or followers of the ROP. The division – if you choose to believe it – is quite crafty. Unfortunately, it settles nothing. It brings us no closer to the “real islam” than we ever were since that particular narrative is as dubious and controversial to the rational mind as it’s always been. Even the Qur’an is contrary: one part of this so-called immaculate text abrogates – conflicts with – another.

      Controversy about what the “real islam” is, is not merely for outsiders and sacred texts though. It continues within this fissiparous and bellicose creed. Islam is at war with itself. It appears to be internally islamophobic. The sunni-shi’ia division, for instance, is as wide and acrimonious as ever. Sufis are held in contempt. Ahmadis are persecuted in the Land of the Pure. The powerful and well bankrolled wahhabists take pride in their bigoted fundamentalism: demeaning and scoffing at all other interpretations. And so on. Believers hardly seem to believe each other.The “islamist or non-islamist” distinction of ours is, then, but one more among many squabbles and reciprocal islamophobic animosities and divergences internal to this cult, but that this cult prefers to deny. Except, this time, it’s one we invented, not them. It is not indigenous to mohammedism. Either way, we need take no moral lectures about islamophobia from brawling, mutually phobic, sectarian mohammedans. They may choose to deny this ugly reality in favour of the ROP version – we will not.

      But beside all this, is the issue of the creed per se. Is it believable? Does it bear scrutiny. Can it live up to its lofty claims? Is it coherent and consistent? Is it much more than a compendium of plagiarized earlier texts, and mystic ramblings? In short, is it the infallible, final testament (delivered to an illiterate in a cave by an angel in the absence of witnesses)? Was the subsequent behaviour of its alleged founder as impeccable as muslims would have us believe? These questions apply to non-islamists and islamists alike. They are fair questions in a free society, but both groups seem to resent them. Both seem incapable of any sort of sensible answer. To my mind, if there’s anything that seems to unite mohammedans when so much drives them apart, it’s their collective inability to respond (except with indignation and perhaps violence) to the most basic of forensic enquiries.

    • James Lovelace

      “Because Goodman quite rightly distinguishes between Islam and Islamists”

      Go on then. Tell us how to distinguish between the mass-murderer and slave-taker Mohamed who founded islam, and an islamist terrorist group like Boko Haram.

      There’s no difference.

  • Abdullah

    http://www.loonwatch.com/2014/01/douglas-murray-dreams-of-hook-nosed-muslims-killing-each-other/

    Douglas Murray Dreams of Hook-Nosed Muslims Killing Each Other

  • Abdullah

    The source for this quote is ‘Palwatch’ a far right Israeli blog– hows that for balanced reporting from Douglas’ I love Robert Spencer’ Murray

  • Abdullah

    If they had said Muslims instead of Jews hate preacher Douglas Murray would be supporting them to the hilt and crying ‘freedom of speech’ at any critics

    • Penny

      Abdullah – put aside all your thoughts on what you perceive others to be doing or saying (and if I were you, I’d not be linking to Loonwatch) because it’s not relevant here. I care not a jot what colour, creed or nationality these children are, the substance of this is that they are just children whose minds and lives are being (in my view) abused. It is simply not true that Douglas Murray – or anyone with a shred of decency – would cry “freedom of speech” if this awful program was aired and its subject was Muslim children.

      As I said, the pertinent issue here is not Muslims – it’s the indoctrination of children by adults.

      • Augustus

        Indoctrination literally from the cradle to the grave. And Muslims are easily indoctrinated with this genocidal death wish against non-believers. And If terrorist Abdul or Mohammed survives his massacres, and has the misfortune to be caught and imprisoned by the IDF, no sweat, Hamas and the PA are particularly kind to their terrorists and mass murderers of Jews. Moreover, Israeli cells are more like hotel rooms compared to the cells in the prisons of Muslim countries like Iran, Afghanistan, Turkey, Syria, Saudi Arabia etc.

        • Penny

          I genuinely do feel both sad and outraged at the same time, Augustus. Children are like blank sheets that adults – who they should be able to trust – write upon. What hope have these kids got if, from the get-go, they’re indoctrinated like this? And why on earth are those who claim to care about the Palestinian people so willing to either support this or turn blind eyes? I may support Israel but I would say I care more about these children than seems the case for the PSC.

  • MissDemeanor

    i wonder about the mass storm of hysterical articles we would have gotten by the MSM, had these children been Christian, Jewish, Buddhist or Hindu, and be encouraged to kill poor innocent peace-loving Muslims…..

  • ItinerantView

    ok mods,have removed what I’m guessing, were certain words that trigger the ‘comment is pending’ notice.

    The supporters of ‘free’ Palestine efforts and various uncritical voices, consistently ignore the abhorrent nature of Hamas and other Palestinian groups.

    They ignore the death-cult-like exhortations and indoctrination of Palestinian children with notions of hate,vendetta and spurious martyrdom.
    They ignore the veneration of suicide bombers and terrorists.

    They ignore that Christians and Jews are being ethnically swept from Arab lands that surround the tiny country of Israel and ignore a wider context of anti-Jewish sentiment,that has run through Islam from the beginning .
    Most of all it seems,the MSM and Palestinian supporters in the West, ignore the inspiration of much of this hatred.
    Why are Jews hated so much by a certain peaceful ideology? .
    Let the Islamic scholars explain something that is not a new phenomena, nor is it just a reaction to the formation of modern state of Israel.
    From the anti-Jewish diatribes of al-Jahiz (d. 869) to the Moroccan cleric al-Maghili in the 15 century who said: “Love of the prophet requires hatred of the Jews”.
    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/04/25/Enduring-Enmity-Iran-Israel-and-Islamic-Anti-Semitism
    http://www.newenglishreview.org/print.cfm?pg=custpage&frm=3222&sec_id=39207
    Sheikh ‘Atiyyah Saqr (died 2006), the Head of the Fatwa Committee at Al-Azhar University, the chief center of Islamic and Arabic learning in the world, lists lists twenty evil qualities the Qur’an attributes to Jews ;
    http://quotingislam.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/top-islamic-authority-tells-main.html
    In 2013 Sheik of Al-Azhar Ahmad Al-Tayeb “Justifies Antisemitism on the Basis of the Koran ”

    http://www.memri.org/clip/en/0/0/0/0/0/0/4048.htm

  • Peter Stroud

    This programme is more vile than the crude, pre WW2 anti Semitic propaganda pushed out by the Nazis. Only they were constrained to cartoons.

    • Guest

      that’d because Muslims and Nazis are pretty much the same

      • Marie Louise Noonan

        Well, not really, no.

  • ItinerantView

    An illuminating tale of when a Palestinian student has to defends a visit to Auschwitz.It gives an idea of the stifling indoctrination and intolerance of anything straying from the official narrative, that exists in Palestine.

    http://m.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2014/04/a-palestinian-student-defends-her-visit-to-auschwitz/361311/

  • anotherjoeblogs

    Isn’t there a palestinian version of ‘ How ? ‘. Hi kids, today we will tell you how to……

    • Fasdunkle

      Abdullah Al-Dineage tells kids how to strap on a suicide bomb

      • anotherjoeblogs

        Watch carefully kids as I will show you once and once only.

  • obiwan

    Have the BBC reported this? I know they like to talk a lot about their reputation for ‘impartiality’ and all that. Just askin’….

    • Fasdunkle

      it’s rather old news, hamas have been spewing out this bile for years on kids TV

      • Peter Stroud

        Yes, but have the BBC ever reported it?

        • Penny

          As likely as porcine aviation, I’d say, Peter!

  • Sentinel

    I wonder if it is wise to rely on the accuracy of the translation, bearing in mind the source?

    • anotherjoeblogs

      don’t forget the context ( sarc )

  • JoeDM

    Bit like schools in Birmingham then !!!

  • Retired Nurse

    Some Jewish kids do and say exactly the same thing….as shown here……https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qVixbW_dTw
    Why cant they broadcast something wholesome for both groups of children – who knows.. Peppa Pig might unify both sides?

    • Mrs Josephine Hyde-Hartley

      Pingu is my favourite. God only knows what he is saying..but we all get the drift of it.

    • tastemylogos

      Video showing youths throwing stones at neighbours they are at war with….. shock horror,

      You still desperately searching for institutional incitement I see. It would be cute if it wasn’t so pathetic. When you find a text book calling Palestinians monkeys or state TV inciting murder of muslims, we’ll talk. Good luck on your search.

      • TheUntalentedRiply

        The problem is that whilst Palestinian children throw stones, the IDF shoots and bombs them. And their parents. And their cousins. And their friends.

        God forbid that Palestinian TV ever call for the mass bombing of civilian areas or targeted assassinations or the deliberate destruction of infrastructure or even the theft of land. That would never do.

        • Peter Stroud

          I suggest you read the comment by ItinerantView, recently posted, and check out the attachment therein.

        • MissDemeanor

          heres and idea: stop throwing ‘stones’ then

          shows how much the Palestinians love their children…..LOL

          • Dutchnick

            It is an advanced form of Darwinism, those stupid enough to throw stones risk getting shot, the parents obviously do not care as it is presumably the will of God. Should they get shot and killed it obviously will stop that failed genetic line from progressing. Yes the Palestinians never miss a chance to miss a chance.

        • tastemylogos

          > The problem is that whilst Palestinian children throw stones, the IDF shoots and bombs them

          You are indeed a cliche.

          >God forbid that Palestinian TV ever call for the mass bombing of civilian areas or targeted assassinations or the deliberate destruction of infrastructure or even the theft of land. That would never do

          You forgot to say: ‘God forbid Palestinian TV ever call for the mass shooting of Jews’….you are getting closer.

          One more time,,,,

      • Dutchnick

        In Israel on business some weeks ago I was impressed with the attitude of the young Israelis I met. They have a very strong identity and a very seriously aware that the mindless hatred from Muslim world is so totally ingrained that they cannot win. The result is a fortress mentality and a certainty that they must remain strong and resolute. They did not exude hatred of the desire for revenge indeed they just want to get on with their lives and see the success of their education, commercial ability and technology research increase the gulf between their society and the Muslim world. The problem is Islam and the debilitating failure of that faith to accept personal responsibility relying instead on diving guidance and provision. They are going to wait for a very long time but have closed minds and blame everybody but them selves.

        • Marie Louise Noonan

          But the Muslims are not the only people aboard the anti-semitic/anti-Israeli bandwagon. Never have been. Never will be. Anyone with a basic grasp of world history should know that.

          Who had the mandate again?

          • Dutchnick

            I do not doubt that but the Muslim faith which remember requires total belief, without question in the inalienable word of Allah defines not a suggested belief but a totally proscribed faith, period. I lived and worked in various Muslim countries for 18 years and the manifestation of that faith is a debilitating cancer which saps the very chance of progress. The miserable state of various Muslims throughout the world is almost totally self inflicted as it is the divine authority which guides them, inshallah…, if God wills it, in my experience he (she?) seldom does.

  • black11hawk

    Just wondering if there are any Muslim readers who’ve seen this. What is your opinion? These comment sections become a bit of a one-sided debate sometimes, so it would be interesting to hear an Islamic reaction to all this.

    • MissDemeanor

      they’re too busy protesting cartoons and ignoring kidnapped and raped little girls

  • Uncle Mort

    For one minute I thought the video was the latest recruitment drive for new governors and a headteacher at Park View Academy. Of course the followers of “the religion of peace” would never teach such hatred and intolerance in this country.

    Would they?

  • sarah_13

    Keep up the good work Douglas.

    • TheUntalentedRiply

      Next week we can look forward to reading about how the Palestinians melt down the bodies of Jews to make glue…

      • Hexhamgeezer

        That would be too much effort. They’ll stick to their subsidy junky grievance-mongering culture with the occasional child throat slitting thrown in.

        • TheUntalentedRiply

          Thank you for your tolerant, open-minded comment. You are a credit to your friends and family.

          • Hexhamgeezer

            If toleration means whitewashing mu$lim psychoses then include me out.

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              Yes, they’re all alike these Muslims aren’t they….

              Seriously, can’t you see just have bigoted and intellectually bankrupt to tar everyone with the same brush?

              • Hexhamgeezer

                The mu$lim ‘Pale$tinian’ polity are ‘all alike’ certainly. Anyone who isn’t will find themselves dragged behind motorbikes or ‘falling’ off buildings.

                For them, lives are like their kids TV scripts – ‘throwaway’

      • MissDemeanor

        glue is used to build and things

        Palestinians are known to destroy things

  • The Masked Marvel

    Saw something like this on one of Charlie Brooker’s programmes a while back. The one where he has other comedians on with him to crack wise about various video clips. Oh, how they all laughed at the clip where the large bee told Palestinian children to kill all the Jews. Brooker gurned about how years of oppression can make people do the silliest things, and the panel giggled away with him. If Mr. Murray thinks any of the bien pensant “critics of Israel” will even begin to think about changing their minds on the topic after watching this video, he is fooling himself.

    Ask any of the ones you know personally, Douglas, and they will tell you that this behavior would cease the moment Israel stopped trying to grab Arab lands, and ceased their campaign of “genocide” against the poor, heroic Palestinians.

    • anotherjoeblogs

      This is the usual view of those racist lefties – they look through a cause and effect prism and see that any palestinian,islamic etc act of mayhem/aggressive is the result something happening to them and they are simply responding. In the racist view of the left, these implied inferiors can never act on their own volition as if they can never initiate even aggression.

      • The Masked Marvel

        Their soft racism of lowered expectations aside, the “critics of Israel” genuinely believe that Israel is hell-bent on the conquest of their neighbors – not only of so-called Palestinian Territory, but of Lebanon, Syria, and even Jordan – and in genocide of the Palestinians (see for example TheUntalented reply to Hexhamgeezer below). The majority of those “critics of Israel” also believe that Israel never should have existed in the first place, so it’s rather difficult to convince them of the current reality in any case. Israel has been and always will be the sole aggressor.

  • Dutchnick

    It is what it says in the Koran so it must be true. However I propose and promotion of Islam in the UK or even EU schools should be banned, just let the Muslin world keep failing, they may learn one day…. in a few centuries!

  • lookout

    Thanks Douglas, when the BBC finally decides to tell the truth I wonder how many of the little darlings will be operational, please check Walid Shoebats site on the murderers of Jews, Christians and Muslims throughout the middle east and who in the west is backing the killers. Lord help them.

    • The Masked Marvel

      The BBC know all about this. They blame Israel for it.

  • Slavic Girl

    Oh dear! Teachings of TV, especially of recent, are really frightening!

    • Rob Ward

      Reality TV :-)

  • Augustus

    Islamic culture has always followed a strong tradition of murder and violence, and that will always remain so. And Hamas will never recognize Israel (the Zionist entity). It’s very existence is aimed at ‘liberating’ the Holy Land from the presence of Jews. Hamas leader, Khaled Meshaal, thinks that instilling a desire for death in their children from the youngest ages is “the pinnacle of our aspirations”, and when a Palestinian is killed in the process of murdering Israelis, “we praise Allah.” And while Arabs like Hamas live for death, the fact that Israel still exists today is due to an extraordinarily brave people and a real determination to fight for their lives.

    • Marie Louise Noonan

      Not like the Christians in their various guises, huh? Oh no, not them.

  • mountolive

    If anyone requires reassurance that Douglas is on the right track, MemriTV does the trick – in spades.

  • Kennybhoy

    ” And I know, I know, I am sure Nahul and the children he is indoctrinating meant to say …”

    If the matter under discussion were no so terrible Maister M I would be lol at this…

  • Hexhamgeezer

    Mr M, it’s good that you are keeping rancid stuff like this in the public eye. Every little helps against the tide of sanitised crud dealt up by Bowen and Al-Beeb.

    • TheUntalentedRiply

      I guess if your people had seen a mass influx of alien Europeans, a people who then progressively took more and more of your land before stealing most of, shot your children, bombed your infrastructure and generally treated you like scum, you too might be a tad miffed too. Also, relying on some children’s throwaway childish remarks to demonstrate the total, pathological hatred of the Palestinians towards the state of Israel really is quite pathetic. Get a grip (and vote UKIP)!

      • sarah_13

        A young child is being taught to kill jews?!!! And you are justifying this?!! Jews lived in jerusalem in the 18th and 19th century and were treated appallingly by muslims, likewise in Morroco, they lived in Egypt, they lived in syria, they lived throughout the middle east…. they don’t any more. What do you think happened to them? Hamas and other muslim groups, and in fact most regimes in the muslim world, have inculcated antisemitism into their children. That clip is disgraceful but par for the course and cannot possible be justified by any rational individual. Regimes like the murderous hamas inculcate this hatred in order to distract their own people from the lack of freedom and democracy. Hamas have had no further elections since the one way when they intimidated their way to power, there are no jewish children living in Gaza or the west bank yet plenty of muslims live with precisely the same rights as christians, druze and jews in Israel along with gays and other minorities. NONE of this is possible in the palestinian run states because they have no concept of freedom or justice. The poor children you see in the video will be the first victims of the insanity of hamas, no future, no freedom nothing but hate. Those poor children along with the rest of the population of gaza are the first victims of these murderous anti-Semites. Shame on you.

        • TheUntalentedRiply

          Please show me where I have justified the killing of Jews. You can’t because I haven’t nor would I.

          To answer a few of your points:

          1. There are plenty of Jewish children living in the occupied West Bank: they live on stolen Palestinian land with their parents, surrounded by guns, barbed wire and watchtowers.

          2. Why pick on the Arabs re: being vile towards Jews; the Europeans and Americans have a pretty poor record on being unpleasant to Jewish people.

          3. You mention murder, yet in 3 years between 2006-9 the IDF killed nearly 600 civilians, when Israel attacks approx. 70% of the victims will be unarmed non-combatant civilians, 20% of the killed will be children (since 2000 nearly 1000 children have been killed by the IDF). Murder indeed.

          4. In terms of your general point concerning the hatred shown towards Israel and zionist Jews; I imagine that if you had lost your country, your land, had your relatives killed and lived under a repressive regime, you too may be a little cross.

          Shame on me? 971 children killed by the IDF since 2000. I don’t think the shame rests with me Sarah. Does it.

          • Rob Ward

            #1. Stolen — show us the title deeds to the land please.

            #2. Um, picking on the Arabs??? Because this story was about Palestinian hatred…? Yes, Europeans and Americans have a bad record but not based upon racist hatred.

            #3. It is hard to kill militants when they hind behind women’s skirts and behind children and in schools. Unlike Palestinian terrorists, Israelis have rules about shooting innocents.

            #4. Muslims occupy about 400x the land area compared to Israel. They also have enormous oil resources. They could if they desired solve the problem tonight. They don’t want to as Palestinian misery helps fuel anti-Israeli hatred and stupidity such as that shown by you.

            Perhaps you have forgotten that it was the Palestinians that began these fight by deliberately firing missiles at civilians (but I guess that is okay with you because they are only Jews).

            • Tom M

              Quite so Rob. Can I say that the Palestinians,in concert with all the rest of the surrounding arabs, began the fight when they chose not to accept the UN separation plan 181 in 1947.
              This is what passes for civilised behaviour when they lose a debate.
              Having started four major wars and caused countless deaths they now have the breathtaking nerve to demand what was on offer in 1947.
              They have only two motivations. To eradicate the Jews or revenge for having lost the last attempt to eradicate the Jews. Everything else is propaganda.

              • Augustus

                Quite right! In recent decades Israel has become the victim of a mind-bending campaign of demonisation and delegitimisation based on falsehoods, libels and gross distortions. As for the so-called ‘Palestinian’ nation; they possess no distinctive history, language or culture, and are not essentially different in the ethnological sense from the Arabs living in neighbouring countries such as Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq. And their ultimate goal is not to live side-by-side with Israel, but to precipitate its demise.

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              1. Deeds. The Palestinians did not have such documents – something I suspect you are well aware of;

              2. The KKK, the European Pogroms, Hitler murdering 6 million Jews…no the Europeans and Americans don’t have a bad record based on racist hatred;

              3. Not all Muslims are Palestinians and not all Palestinians are Muslims.

              4. I am sorry that your arrogance and bloated sense of self-worth and ego is thus that you believe anyone who does not share your opinion is stupid. Such a position is, well, stupid.

              5. Given that the IDF bombs resident tower blocks because they believe a single spotter is hiding on the roof and the somewhat indiscriminate bombing, shooting and ‘targeted’ executions by missile on busy streets, perhaps “hiding” is not quite the right word. Perhaps the Israeli rules were about as good as those our MPs had a few years back.

              6. Just because you appear not to value human life if it happens to be Muslim does not mean that others value life as cheaply because of their religion or ethnicity.

          • Shorne

            Perhaps theUntalentedRipey you might care to give us his/her views of Egypt’s blockade of Gaza, the fact that no Arab Country (Jordan being an honourable exception) allows Palestinian refugees over its borders. Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh’s granddaughter was recently treated in an Israeli hospital although sadly could not be saved.
            There was a 10 percent increase in the number of Palestinian Authority Arabs who received treatment in Israeli hospitals in 2012. The total number of 219,464 patients, 21,270 of them children, includes the companions accompanying the patients in Israel.
            [PA] Minister of Health, Hani Abdeen visited the [Israeli] Hadassah Hospital yesterday [May 5, 2013]. This is the first visit by a Palestinian minister to one of the most important Israeli hospitals, according to the hospital’s announcement.
            Minister Abdeen who was accompanied by a delegation that included senior officials of the ministry and of the PA, met with the Director of Ein Karem Hadassah Hospital, Yuval Weiss. He [the minister] visited Palestinian patients being treated in the hospital, and he distributed gifts. [Hospital director] Weiss said: ‘We relate to patients without regard to nationality and religion. We treat Muslims, Christians, Jews, and other nationalities without bias, and 30% of the patients who are children are Palestinians.
            The World Health Organisation (part of the UN of course not a ‘Jewish’ organisation) has noted that thousands of Palestinians are treated in Israeli hospitals every year. Some then presumably go home and call for the destruction of Israel and the death of all Jews

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              Egypt, in my view, should not be blockading Gaza.

              As for Israeli hospitals treating Palestinians; no one here is demonising the Israelis nor saying that they all lack compassion, however, it is a shame that Israeli hospitals could not help the 971 children shot or bombed by the IDF…

              I am sure that in Northern Ireland some republicans (whose guns, bombs and ammunition were often paid for by nice Americans) have been treated in British hospitals and have returned home hating the British and wishing ill upon them. So what?

              • Shorne

                Israeli hospitals were unable to help the Israeli children killed in the Avivim school bus massacre, Ma’alot massacre, Dolphinarium discotheque suicide bombing, Mercaz HaRav shooting, Itamar attack (including a 3 month old baby being beheaded by a 17 year old Palestinian, I wonder what he was taught at school?) and the Shaar HaNegev school bus attack. I concede that the most militant Israeli settlers can be as bad as terrorists and there are now calls to from some Israeli politicians to have them classified as such.
                I could also mention the hundreds of Syrian wounded being treated in Israeli hospitals and the many Syrian babies being born there.
                I am not saying Israel is perfect but neither is it as wholly bad as it’s enemies seek to portray it. Basically it is a war situation and the activities described in the article help promote it. I am not Jewish but have (Reform) Jewish neighbours some of them, led by their Rabbi, recently went to Israel and planted olive trees in an Israeli Arab village to replace some destroyed by the IDF. They are often critical of Israel but committed to it’s existence as they are genuinely fearful of the rise of anti-Semitism in Europe and elsewhere, Ukraine, Sweden etc. and take comfort from knowing that a safe(ish) haven is available.

          • sarah_13

            In answer to your first question; your first very long sentence. 1. Jews have lived in that country for thousands of years. 2. Look on the internet see the vile antisemitism inculcated into muslim societies, a cursory look on the web should do you, vile vile antisemitism. The Grand Mufti of Jersusalem was a good friend of Hitlers and assisted in his disgusting plans as well as muslim soldiers fighting with the fascists and with Franco in spain. Jews treated like dirt throughout the middle east, like I said they have long been expelled and forced to leave all behind them; syria, Libya, Egypt etc etc now the Christians are being targeted in these countries or the other minorities. 3. If any country is attacked by terrorists by rocket attack there will be a response, the fact that the terrorist either have support of hamas or not the fact that they are incompetent is irrelevant. The UK would do much worse in the same situation. As you well know Israel is attacked daily after having evacuate every israeli from Gaza, as you also know no jewish individual would be safe in gaza or the west back, the area is jew free. The fact that christians have also virtually entirely left gaza since hamas took power is rarely mentioned but another sad occurrence. 4. Jews have been exterminated and exiled for centuries I have never met any jew with anything but kind things to say even on those muslims who hate them pathologically without even knowing why they do so.

            Yes sir shame shame on you.

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              Sorry Sarah, I’m still waiting for you to show me where I justify or support the killing of Jews (or anyone else come to think of it – although I am pro-capital punishment).

              So, come on Sarah, come up with the goods…

              • sarah_13

                I have already indicated you do so in your first long sentence.

                • TheUntalentedRiply

                  No, you haven’t. Come on Sarah: money where your mouth is time.

          • Daniel, Oxford

            ….”I guess if your people had seen a mass influx of alien Europeans, a people who then progressively took more and more of your land before stealing most of, shot your children, bombed your infrastructure and generally treated you like scum, you too might be a tad miffed too.”

            Your words, not mine. Reads like you are justifying it to me and no doubt to other readers too..

          • Freddie

            Stolen land
            If we are going to use such terms then the land was originally stolen from them.
            Islam is hardly the most friendly of religions to the Jews when Mohammed massacred a town and kept several as slaves.

          • James Lovelace

            “2. Why pick on the Arabs re: being vile towards Jews; the Europeans and Americans have a pretty poor record on being unpleasant to Jewish people.”

            Where did european christians learn their jew-hatred? From muslims.

            The first pogroms against jews which occurred on European soil were in muslim-occupied Spain in the 11th century. Muslims had been wiping out jews for centuries Medina was a jewish city which took in and tolerated Mohammed and his new-fangled religion; he rewarded jews in Arabia by wiping them out.

            Religious, state-sanctioned genocide of jews is a fundamental feature of islam.

        • adam
        • adam

          you’re taking it out of context though aren’t you sarah. go and make yourself a sandwich and shut the fuck up

          • Baron

            Here is a suggestion for you, adam, Baron has made it before to people like you, so far no takers:

            Go to Israel, stand on a street corner, shout: ‘Down with Netanyahu, Netanyahu is a traitor’. The worst that will happen to you is you will be surrounded by men in white coats.

            Then take yourself to Gaza, again stand on a street corner, shout: ‘Down with Hamas, Hamas are a bunch of traitors’.

            If you come back in one piece, we talk again.

            A deal?

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              i wonder if Adam were a Palestinian Arab what would happen?
              That’s assuming that he was actually allowed into Israel.

          • Donafugata

            There is no need for abusive language so I have flagged you.

            • adam

              could not give a monkeys

            • adam

              i bet you love the smell of your own farts

      • Augustus

        Israel was called Palestine for two thousand years. Before the Israelis won the land in war, Gaza was owned by Egypt, and there were no ‘Palestinians’ there then. Think about this: there are a quarter of a million Arabs in the Middle East and five million Jews. Just reverse those numbers for a moment, can anyone imagine the Jews strapping belts full of dynamite to themselves? Or marshalling every force at their disposal for generations to drive a tiny Arab state into the sea? Of course not. No, left to themselves in a world of peace, about the worst thing Jews would be capable of would be to debate their adversaries to death.

        • TheUntalentedRiply

          Why do Israel’s supporters always group Arabs together into a single group?

          The Israeli’s don’t need to strap suicide belts to themselves; they have US made F-15s, missiles, tanks, etc.

          • Rob Ward

            Why group them together? Simple. Because they almost all hate Israel and are almost all Muslim.

            • MissDemeanor

              their hatred of Israel is the only thing they ever agree on

              apart from that it’s killing each other left, right and centre

              • TheUntalentedRiply

                And yet they all speak highly of you.

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              Yeah, they all like the same don’t they! Let me guess; some of your best friends are Muslim…

          • MissDemeanor

            AND GOOD FOR THEM!!

            just look what they are surrounded by, it’s be mighty stupid for Israel NOT to have these weapons, and I think we all can agree by now that Israelis are anything but stupid

          • Augustus

            “Why do Israel’s supporters always group Arabs together into a single group?”

            Who but pan-Arabist political forces were against the Zionist settlers in the 1920’s and 1930’s, determined to subvert the Partition Plan? And who, soon after independence in 1948, formed a military coalition of five Arab states and Palestinian Arabs to invade Palestine with the aim of obliterating the Jewish state of Israel at birth? Arabs, that’s who.

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              Er, Britain….

              We tried to limit Zionist immigration…our troops were murdered by Zionists such as the Stern Gang…many pro-Palestinian forces were led by British officers appalled by the disaster they saw emerging.

              As for invading the Jewish state of Israel; do you mean invading a country forced upon them against their will and against prior agreements with Britain?

              Still, I believe that Israel should be a single democratic Jewish, Christian and Palestinian state. Perhaps I should be bombed, shot and occupied as well.

              • Augustus

                When the Jewish people in Palestine proclaimed their independence of a Jewish state in May 1948 their military forces held only a small portion of the territory originally allocated for the Jewish National Home. The rest of the country was in the illegal possession of neighbouring Arab states who had no sovereign rights over the areas they illegally occupied, that were a part of post-Ottoman Palestine and the Land of Israel, and were not meant for Arab independence or the creation of another Arab state.

                What the British had done in governing Palestine was to implement their false interpretations of the Mandate, rather than its plain language and meaning. This turned the Mandate Charter upside down and made its aim of a Jewish state politically unrealisable. A great pity for the many Jews that might have been saved in time before the Holocaust.

                • TheUntalentedRiply

                  Just because the western powers decided that land should be set aside for a group of Europeans they either felt sorry for or didn’t want, did not mean that those who lived in the neighbourhood should accept it. Claims of sovereign rights and illegal occupation need to be considered in the light of an arbitrary decision made by world powers without thought or consideration of the needs or wishes of the indigenous population.

                  If you accept the notion of self-determination and oppose mass immigration, then you can understand why I support the Palestinian people.

                • Augustus

                  My, you are busy on this thread! Well, any liberal-minded person would agree that the theory of self-determination is fine for modern and secular societies, but the Middle Eastern state, with its political institutions being a Western import, is weak and ineffective compared to the indigenous Middle Eastern social institutions: the clan, the tribe, and the religious community. All Arab states comprise violent, hostile tribes and rival religious communities that stick together only by coercion from an oppressive authoritarian regime. And one of the most likely alternatives to the ME regimes is not democracy, but Islamism. The Islamic phenomenon is not defensive and passive; it is an aggressive onslaught against modernism and secularism. All that cannot end well unless, by some chance, there will be a growing realization among the Gulf states and other ME nations, which are largely Sunni, that they are facing a common enemy in Iran. They have known this for a long time, but they now also know that the West, led by the United States (so long as Obama is President) will not come to their aid. Obama, after all, is the president on whose watch the Iranian regime is racing towards a nuclear bomb; the Syrian dictator is massacring his people in the tens of thousands with every means available, including chemical weapons; the Turkish prime minister has come out of the Islamist closet to side with forces hostile to the United States and Israel; the Russian president has invaded Ukraine; and the Palestinian Authority is burying the hatchet with Hamas, instead of negotiating claims to statehood. There is no question that Obama has as dim a view of Israel as he does of the U.S., and has been doing everything in his power to undermine the fabric of both. He has been doing such a stellar job that it could take decades to repair the damage.

                • TheUntalentedRiply

                  So to summarise; self-determination is acceptable and to be desired if you are the right type of people.

              • Baron

                No, Riply, you should not be bombed, shot or occupied, but a new brain implant would’t come amiss.

                • TheUntalentedRiply

                  I’m sure I would and tell me, when are you having the operation?

          • Donafugata

            They can be grouped together in their hatred of Jews and then the kaffir.

            And when they have killed us all they can augment their slaughter of each other.

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              You report someone for using the “f” word and then you toss in a nice bit of racist bigotry. You are a class act.

              • Donafugata

                It’s not the use of the”f” word but the ungallent way you replied to Sarah simply because you don’t agree with what she said.

              • oscargracie

                Wow, a Kipper complaining about racism, extraordinary.

                By the way, did you see that article in the Huffington Post recently, about the little boy who’d come out and said something awful on Twitter about Muslims, I think? Well, his dad came out the next day and said, “Last night he came home at 10.30pm with a curry.” Haha. The idea!

          • tastemylogos

            Shami Arabs are the same people, that’s why. They are not Africans with divergent cultures, linguistic differences and unsyncronised customs. A few minorities aside (Maronites, Kurds, Circassians, Samaritans, Jews etc) the other 91% are the same people throughout the Levante separated by imposed borders.

            You need to read a book or two.

      • Ron Todd

        A lot of Muslim countries which became Muslim through conquest, used to have large Jewish and Christian populations now most of them have been driven out.

        • TheUntalentedRiply

          Very true and it is lamentable that our esteemed politicians have, no doubt not wishing to upset the local Muslim population, have said and done nothing about this. However, that does not detract IMO from the basic and deep injustice that has been inflicted upon the Palestinian people, whether they be Muslim or Christian.

          • Baron

            The Palestinian problem, Riply, could have been solved years ago. It hasn’t because it’s the whip to beat the Israelis with. Simple, really.

            • global city

              I think you meant to write Jew there.

              They hate Jews, not Israelis or ‘Zionists’.

              • Baron

                Good point, global city, thanks for pointing it out.

                • global city

                  That’d fine. The Islamist apologists always neglect that central fact.

                  Islamist/Muslim Jew hate has nothing to do with the relatively recent manifestation of Israel… or Zionism, it goes to the core of their credo, and it has been there right from the start.

        • Shazza

          The original Egyptians, the Copts now only number about 10% of the population.

        • Liberty

          To Israel

          • Ron Todd

            Some to Israel other to Europe or North America. The treatment of non Muslims or even Muslims of the ‘wrong’ sect in predominantly Muslim states or regions like parts of Nigeria are a warning to Israel and the rest of the world what will happen if they do not secure their borders not just against the extremists who would immediately use violence but against the general increase of a nominally moderate Muslim population

        • TheUntalentedRiply

          Very true and yet our spineless politicians do and say little about it.

          The west’s support for Israel, and thereby its support for the continued occupation of Palestine and oppression of the Palestinian population plays into the hands of Muslim extremists.

          • Ron Todd

            Are the Muslims in Nigeria kidnapping school girls because of what Israel is doing?

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              Are you really that obtuse?

          • Tom M

            I’ve just noticed this part of your comment.
            “…..continued occupation of Palestine……”
            It might surprise you that precisely no-one owns that land as the arabs didn’t agree with the UN partition plan in 1947. If they had then they would have a legitimate case but they didn’t so the ownership is in dispute. They (and you )cannot have it both ways.

      • Augustus

        “… a mass influx of alien Europeans, a people who then progressively took more and more of your land before stealing most of…”

        You, either conveniently, or ignorantly, forget that the Arabs originally invited the Jews to return to their ancient homeland, then called Palestine. And in 1919 they signed the Faisal-Weizmann agreement: (Article IV. All necessary measures shall be taken to encourage and stimulate immigration of Jews into Palestine on a large scale, and as quickly as possible to settle Jewish immigrants upon the land through closer settlement and intensive cultivation of the soil…). And in a letter to Chaim Weizmann’s associate, Felix Frankfurter, the same Emir Feisal (Son of Hussen Ibn Ali, Sharif of Mecca) wrote a couple of months later: “The Arabs, especially the educated among us, look with the deepest sympathy on the Zionist movement….I look forward, and my people with me look forward, to a future in which we will help you and you will help us, so that the countries in which we are mutually interested may once again take their places in the community of civilised peoples of the world. ”

        Stealing? Far from it!

        • TheUntalentedRiply

          I encourage those who are interested to read about the very short lived Faisal-Weizmann agreement and then consider Augustus’ rather selective extracts / precis of the agreement in that context. The agreement also sought to protect the rights of the Palestinians within the context of an Arab (not Zionist) state and ensure Palestinian control.

          One could argue that if the terms of the F-W agreement were to be adhered to today, the Palestinians would be in a much, much better position. At least they would control their own country.

          I find it both amusing and strange that so many who hold right-of-centre political views tend to overlook the fact that Israel, and all the death and destruction that its creation has entailed, is the result of unchecked mass immigration. Surely Israel stands as a clear warning in this regard.

          • Augustus

            According to the Faisal-Weizmann map agreed upon by the Arabs and The Jews in 1919, the real occupied territories are the East-Bank of the Jordan river and Northern Israel (today southern Lebanon).
            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F

            If it hadn’t been for the betrayal of both Britain and France Jews and Arabs could have lived in peace a long time ago.

            • roger

              Exactly, ‘great power’ meddling. The Balfour declaration talks of ‘….while protecting the rights of the existing (arab) population…’, Britain then saw the area as ripe for planting a ‘european’ foot on the ground for its own geopolitical benefit.
              Britain was being stupid, the Suez was of no great value, when my father went to Egypt in 1941 he had to go via South Africa and it’s the oil/bulk route.

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              I think you labour under the misapprehension that the F-W agreement holds any real relevance. It was widely discredited at the time and is of no relevance – unless you support all its points, i.e. Palestinian primacy.

              • Augustus

                It is certainly relevant in as much as an Arab ruler signing an agreement stating that “all necessary measures shall be taken to encourage and stimulate immigration of Jews into Palestine on a large scale” is the exact opposite of a statement that “an alien people kept taking, and even stealing, more and more Arab land”, which incidentally it hadn’t been, because the area in question had been Turkish crown land for centuries.

                • TheUntalentedRiply

                  I think you are being more than a little selective in your citing of parts of the agreement, an agreement that simply did not stand and was discredited and abandoned shortly after it had been signed.

                  As for the Ottoman Empire; fair point, but don’t you believe in self-determination for indigenous people and/or Britain keeping its word (to the Palestinians)?

          • Liberty

            If the Palestinians had kept to the agreement and made peace with Israel at the outset Arabs would be the vast majority in Israel now; Tel Aviv/Jaffo, Haifa, Lod and Jerusalem would be Arab cities. Modern Israel in its present form could not exist.

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              Yes, those pesky Palestinians should have accepted wave after wave of immigration. I take it you approve of our beloved government’s open door immigration policy?

              • Penny

                In the breakdown of the Ottoman Empire, states were created. Jews were always in that land, long before the Arabs. They had a right to a tiny slice of it just as the Palestinian Arabs did – and have in Jordan. Furthermore the Jewish population of Israel is 50% middle eastern – as a result of the Jews fleeing or being forced out of the Arab lands.

                • TheUntalentedRiply

                  Why did the Zionist Jews have a right to that land? They were a minority and had been for over 1,000 years. How many Palestinians (Muslims and Christians) were forced out of Palestine and not allowed to return?

                  The Jewish population of Israel is no-where near 50%. The majority of Jews in Israel have a European or American heritage.

                • kidkaroo

                  Not so, the majority of Jews in Israel are of Mizrahi heritage, and who were ethnically cleansed by the Arabs.

                • TheUntalentedRiply

                  Surely if they were ethnically cleansed they would be dead. No?

                • kidkaroo

                  No, Ethnic cleansing is the systematic forced removal of ethnic or
                  religious groups from a given territory with the intent of creating a
                  territory inhabited by people of a homogeneous or pure ethnicity,
                  religion, culture, and history.

                • TheUntalentedRiply

                  Sounds like Israel!

                • kidkaroo

                  And yet 20% of Israelis are Arab, compare that with Baghdad which was a third Jewish shortly after WWI.

                • TheUntalentedRiply

                  Well Apartheid South Africa allowed a few mixed race to have full rights – its fine so long as they remain in the minority. I wonder what will happen once the Palestinian population of Israel approaches 50%; we’ll see just how liberal a democracy they are. Or aren’t.

                • kidkaroo

                  Wrong again. I am South African, and Apartheid SA never allowed anyone but white people full rights.

                • sebastian2

                  Or like the Arabian peninsula largely cleansed of Jews (with the exception of that exemplary instance of survival against the odds: Israel), Christians and other faiths (there are no churches or synagogues in KSA, for example). And who do you think was responsible for that? Clue: it wasn’t TE Lawrence. Second clue: the cleansing started in earnest with Abu Bakr’s “Apostasy Wars” of around 633-634.
                  It might be argued that the Israelis are only recovering a small portion of a much larger land they, along with others, once settled but were either expelled from or reduced to dhimmi status in. Mohammedans see, of course, the violent appropriation and permanent occupation of these territories and beyond as their unquestionable right. A trifle deluded, I feel.

                • MissDemeanor

                  really?

                  cause they could have finished the job ages ago…

                  it takes Israel, who has the modern weapons on earth, over 60 years to NOT cleanse Palestinians from the area? There are more Palestnians in the PA territories today than there were 70 years ago!

                  maybe Israelis should watch and learn from their neighbours how ethnic cleansing and genocide is done properly..

                • Penny

                  They had a right to a portion of it by virtue of continuous presence in the land. In the first instance they had far more land but that was given over to Jordan. The Jews agreed to even less, but the Arabs wouldn’t accept even partition and decided war was the better strategy. And if you think any of those armies attacked in support of their brothers and to establish a Palestinian homeland you’d be quite wrong. The booty of war would have been divided up between them. Palestinian Arabs would have been subsumed into Jordan, Egypt and Syria.

                  You are quite wrong about the population of Israel. After the fall of the Ottoman Empire, and once Egypt had established itself, it brought in a nationality law under which:

                  “..a person born in Egypt of a ‘foreign’ father, (who himself was also born in Egypt), was entitled to Egyptian nationality only if the foreign father “belonged racially to the majority of the population of the country whose language is Arabic or whose religion is Islam.”

                  This made most Egyptian Jews foreigners in their own lands and ultimately served as a pretext to expel them. They were part of the 860.00 from around the Arab world who were made to leave. Over half-a-million went to Israel. My husband’s family – being Egyptian and Syrian – made up some of that number. Although not all stayed in Israel. Half-a-million several decades ago now amount to around half the population.

                  Why are you so focused on Israel/Palestine and not, say India and Pakistan, and Cyprus (to name but two)?

                • TheUntalentedRiply

                  “Why are you so focused on Israel/Palestine and not, say India and Pakistan, and Cyprus (to name but two)?”

                  Who says I’m not? BTW, and not wishing to point out the blatantly obvious, but this is a post about Israel/Palestine…

                • Penny

                  Indeed it is. But if you feel strongly about partitions one might expect some mention of them all.

                • TheUntalentedRiply

                  What, on a thread about Israel/Palestine? Do you want to hear my views on Tibet and China? The evil of globalisation?

                  If you are that keen:

                  1. Cyprus: the Greek Cypriots treated their Turkish neighbours very badly, but the Turks should not have been invaded and sanctions should have been applied on Turkey to force them to leave;

                  2. Pakistan and India. Both countries came about due to self-determination by the indigenous people of the Indian sub-continent. Currently Pakistan is as close to being as ungovernable as any country I’ve ever seen and it is a damned menace to its neighbours;

                  3. China is a thoroughly unpleasant and bullying nation and it is repulsive that the west has let it get off scot-free. The Tibetans should have the right of self-determination and to rid themselves of oppressive Chinese rule.

                  Happy?

                • Marie Louise Noonan

                  I happen to believe that the Israelis earned their right to that land that was once Palestine in ’48 when they fought off a much larger existential threat with Sten guns and petrol bombs. And they required no intervention.

      • Luz Marina Galvis

        This indignant fakle leftie loves the idea of killing jews…. He’s so avante garde!

        • TheUntalentedRiply

          I love playing ‘spot the idiot’…looks like I’ve found a winner Luz.

          P.S. I vote UKIP

          • tastemylogos

            You vote UKIP?!. ha. Your history says otherwise. Must do better. You are an SWP sort.

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              Excellent: precisely what is “my history”? Is it that I disagree with you – does that make me a “SWP sort”. Still, I have you pegged down as some BNP type.

          • MissDemeanor

            LOOOOL

            please do vote UKIP!!
            that’ll be the most delicious irony of all

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              I apologise. For your lack of intellectual ability.

              • MissDemeanor

                I apologise. For your lack of common sense.

          • Augustus

            “P.S. I vote UKIP”

            Funny that. The very party which sees an entity such as the EU as a positive threat to democracy, is voted for by someone who clearly sympathises with an intrinsically anti-democratic terrorist entity, such as Hamas, and today’s Palestine, masquerading as a state, instead of the clearly democratic entity rooted in national identity, Israel.

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              I had no truck with Hamas, who I consider as a terrorist organisation, but I do have considerable sympathy with the Palestinian people who have been the victims of unchecked mass immigration. Odd how so many on this site who oppose mass immigration, somewhat hypocritically, side with those who ousted the indigenous population…

              • Baron

                Ripley, if you genuinely cared about the Palestinian unwashed, you would be in favour of Israel who opposes the Hamas thugs and those in the Arab world funding them. It is they, Hamas, the proxy for the rich backers, who are the obstacle to peace in the region. Grow up.

                • TheUntalentedRiply

                  Unwashed,thugs, rich backers, sounds like the IDF to me: they certainly have killed more than any of the resistant / terrorist organisations operating in Palestine.

          • Penny

            I heard Nigel Farage on a radio phone-in recently. His sympathies seem to lie with the Israelis. Are you sure about that UKIP vote?

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              Well, he can’t be right on everything can he. I’m not that keen on his education policies, but that’s another story.

            • Marie Louise Noonan

              Clearly a dedicated follower of fashion.

          • MissDemeanor

            so it’s okay for our country to protect our borders and citizens, but it’s not okay for Israel to do the same?

            yeah, you really are truly UNTALENTED

          • Luz Marina Galvis

            Really, idiot? And you hate jews but your not man enough to admit it. You vote UKIP, idiot? Yeah it makes sense, idiot!!!

      • tastemylogos

        Throw away childish remarks on state TV brainwashing kids to the effect that shooting jews is fine? You are in utter denial, pal. Pathetic you say? Grow up indeed. you utter fool.

        • TheUntalentedRiply

          I think that perhaps you need go and look up the definition of brainwashing. I would say read my initial post and understand what I have said, but you clearly lack the intellectual ability to do so.

          Looks like we have another winner folks.

          • MissDemeanor

            all muslims ever do is brainwash each other

            it’s easy, cause their brains are so tiny, it can be done in a finger bowl

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              Thanks; comments like that don’t make you a bad person or give you the appearance of being a bigot.

              • MissDemeanor

                I’d rather be called a bigot by someone like you, than a cowardly islamist terrorist appeaser and apologist by anybody else

          • tastemylogos

            Are you 12? Seriously. ‘Not brainwashing’? Oh dear.

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              I apologise tasty; I now full appreciate that a short clip, such as this now fully meets the criteria of brainwashing. I appreciate your reasoned and intellectually superior reasoning. Yes, I am being sarcastic.

              • tastemylogos

                You won’t find ‘shoot the black man’ on CBBC though, right? lolz.You are a funny one. You’ll release yourself from the grips of denial one day fella.

                • TheUntalentedRiply

                  Your analogy is a little off; surely CBBC would be an Israeli station? Still, don’t let it get in the way of your self-denial.

                • tastemylogos

                  > surely CBBC would be an Israeli station

                  For the benefit of the other SWP types who struggle to comprehend logic; You would not see CBBC telling kids to shoot Catholics. Pretty analogous considering the troubles in Ireland. Indeed, never seen Irish television telling kids to shoot Protestants either, despite the genocide we inflicted on them. Funny that.

                  Some groups of people are more peaceful and dignified than others though 😉

                • Marie Louise Noonan

                  You should speak to British soldiers who served in Northern Ireland.

                • tastemylogos

                  connection with CBBC?

      • Picquet

        Speaking as a UKIP supporter, I’m disappointed that such a pitiful load of hogwash could be thrown in defence of the Palestinian mindset which would eradicate the Jews of the world. You should bear in mind the fact that the instance quoted is merely an example of a greatly more widespread attitude. And the land wasn’t stolen, the children weren’t shot for no reason (usually the bomb or gun in their hand had something to do with it) and the arabs who live and work in Israel are not treated as scum. You get a grip.

        • TheUntalentedRiply

          As a UKIP supporter I am embarrassed by the “they’re all muslims, they’re all terrorists” idiocy that abounds; seemingly by UKIP supporters.

          • Picquet

            More by those who would rather like such party supporters to be so wobbly and dysfunctional. Media hacks, for the most part, and unreconstructed socialists.

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              Please don’t use the “s” word. It is the worst epithet one can use.

              • Picquet

                Understood. Sorry.

                • TheUntalentedRiply

                  Apology accepted. If you mentioned the LibDems, then that would have been truly unforgivable.

        • Marie Louise Noonan

          It’s the ‘Doctor David Duke’ mindset too.

      • BoiledCabbage

        thought you were describing Bradford for a moment!

      • Rob Ward

        I think it is fairly well known that this is not an isolated incident. In Israeli or for that matter USA thinking, there is no desire to wipe out the Palestinians or Muslims just because they are Palestinians or Muslims. This however is not reciprocated and we hear over and over again that the Jews need to be destroyed. This should be no surprise since this hatred is rooted in the Koran:

        http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/quran/023-violence.htm

        As to stealing the land, that depends upon who owned it. Perhaps you could show us the title deeds to the land — or is your assertion just that and nothing more?

        If I recall correctly, Jerusalem is mentioned about 1,000 times in the Old Testament and not once in the Koran.

        • roger

          Title deeds? Most Palestinians, in the huge numbers of small Arab villages, were tenants (or worse) of rich Arab landlords, many absent in Beirut.

        • TheUntalentedRiply

          I suspect that you are well aware that the Palestinians generally did not have documentation proving their ownership of their land and property.

          Could all current Zionist owners of property please prove that their homes were purchased legally from previous Palestinian owners?

          As for calling on the state of Israel to be destroyed, if my lands were occupied by immigrants, if those same immigrants then created a country on my lands, if those immigrants said that this new country was a nation built on their religion and they went on to crush anyone opposed to them, then I might just be a bit peeved as well.

          Israel serves as a warning to all right-minded people about the inherent dangers of mass immigration and the resultant destruction of the indigenous people and culture.

      • Hexhamgeezer

        What an inane bit of boilerplate Bowen/SWP drivel! dealt with quite nicely by these other posts. I do like the ‘throwaway childish remarks’ bit though, if by ‘throwaway’ you mean ‘ a regular scripted feature of Palestinian children’s TV’.

        What Mr M has highlighted is a staple of those psychotic grievance-mongers not a childish throwaway exception.

        • TheUntalentedRiply

          I wasn’t aware that you were such an avid viewer of Hamas TV.

          Now I know that you’re not a BSing purveyor of untruth who attempts to conceal their bigotry against muslims, so please tell us more about all the regular scripted features of Palestinian children’s TV. Inquiring minds are keen to know.

          • Hexhamgeezer

            You want a list of ‘throwaway’ exhortations to murder on kid’s PLTV? I’ll see what I can do.

      • Liberty

        Rubbish.
        Israel was created just as Lebanon, Syria and Jordan were out of the Ottoman empire [deceased]. Jews, Christians and Arabs were all indigenous to Palestine whihc was a region like Mesopotamia, Asia minor and the Levant – not a state. For most of the 19c Jews were a majority in Jerusalem. Immigrants came in from all over the Levant and fewer Jews than others.

        After the failed attempt to annihilate Israel, the surrounding [and other] Arab nations expelled THEIR Jews – 850,000 of them as opposed to just 650,000 Arabs that left Israel [LEFT: It is inconceivable that 800,000 men, women and children could fight off 5 Arab armies AND expel 650,000 Arabs at the same time] leaving 200,000 Arabs who became citizens of Israel and they and their descendants are to this day – unlike ‘Palestinians’ elsewhere who are denied citizenship, the right to work, travel, marry ‘out’ etc.

        NB: Most of the Jews of Israel are either refugees from or descended from Jews from Arab lands, they are indigenous to the ME.

        The Arabs got their people and the Jews got theirs. We should leave it at that.

        • TheUntalentedRiply

          Thanks for the “history” lesson. For future reference, please note that I tend to rely on balanced sources.

          NB: most of the Zionist Israelis have no direct link to Palestine.

          I think your opening word sums up your post.

          • Hexhamgeezer

            Liberty dishes up facts. Happy to see you choking on them.

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              Ha ha, thank you; I actually laughed out aloud when I read your post. Priceless.

          • Liberty

            Half of Israelis are either from Arab lands or descended from them http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_exodus_from_Arab_and_Muslim_countries

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              Yes, I must bow before…wikipedia. Seriously?

              • MissDemeanor

                no no, but you might soon bow before your islamist masters who you appease oh so beautifully

      • Guest

        maybe you should have thought about that, before you decided to mass exterminate them!

        LONG LIVE ISRAEL – an oasis of freedom, safety, decency and tolerance in a sea of excrement, death and warring

        • TheUntalentedRiply

          Damn, you uncovered my plan for genocide – I have been unmasked!

      • kidkaroo

        The majority of Israelis are Mizrahim, indigenous to the Middle East, and not “alien Europeans.” 800 000 Mizrahim Jews were ethnically cleansed from their homes by the Arabs. Google “Jewish refugees from Arab countries”

        • TheUntalentedRiply

          800,000 Vs 4.95 million Palestinian refugees…

          • Penny

            Not at the time it wasn’t 4.95m Palestinian refugees. And why won’t their Arab brothers give them citizenship? Even those who are the majority citizens of Jordan are treated like 2nd class citizens, but no one really cares about Palestinians unless they can be linked to Israel.

            • TheUntalentedRiply

              To accept the Palestinians as full citizens would be to accept that they have no right of return (which they have under international law). The only reason the Israelis will not accept their right of return is because Jewish supremacy would diminish.

              • Penny

                No – there is no one-size-fits-all international law on right of return for the simple reason that it is illogical and unsustainable. Each country sets its own terms and conditions. If you care to look them up you’ll find that a) not all countries have an RoR and b) their terms and conditions vary.

                The Israelis are painted by their detractors are peculiarly wicked people so it’s beyond me why these same detractors insist that the Palestinian people live among them. I’m not sure they can have this both ways.

                • TheUntalentedRiply

                  Under international law, the standard to which all nations are held, the Palestinian people have a right of return. This is not an issue that individual nations have a right to dictate.

                  One of the biggest problems with debating Israel/Palestine is that the pro-Israel lobby immediately resort to explicit or implied taunts of “anti-semite” in much the same way that left-wing politicians seek to close down debate on immigration by throwing “racist / racism” around with gay abandon.

                  Like most Palestinians, most Israelis are not wicked people. Look at the comments on this thread; read all the anti-Muslim rhetoric. Now precise who is demonising who Penny?

                • Penny

                  My reply appears to have disappeared. Perhaps it related to the name of a particular party. I’ll try again.

                  No – there is not a one-size-fits-all international law. There really isn’t. Go and look. Countries vary so greatly in the demographic and populations that it simply cannot work under a one-size-fits-all law. And countries have a right to exclude anyone they believe to be a threat to security – hence France after WWII refusing the return of Huguenots in case they had been one-time members of a certain party.

                  Let’s say that such a law exists now, and that 4.95 million Palestinians return to Israel. Have you any idea how that could work? Israel is tiny – and half of it is desert. At one point it is but 9 miles wide. How would the infrastructure cope? How would services and resources be maintained? Where would they all live, work and how would the social mix develop? If Israel’s population is around 8.5 million and 5 million came in it would be the same as England – a bigger country by far than Israel with a population of 63 million, accepting 30 million more. You’d have social and economic breakdown within a very short space of time. How is this fair on anyone – least of all Palestinians?

                  You’d have to have a very vivid interpretation of what I wrote to deduce my intimation of “anti-semite” anywhere here. You. yourself have, on this very blog, written about Israelis allegedly doing heaven knows what – and then you’re saying that Palestinians should return. As I said, either you don’t believe the Israelis are as you’ve painted them, or, if you do, you have no concern for Palestinians.

          • kidkaroo

            If you’re going to included several generations of Arabs and all their descendants, then you have to do the same with
            the Mizrahim Jewish refugees whose descendants constitute over half of present day Israel’s Jews.

            • Penny

              And a fair few outside Israel, kidkaroo – my husband’s family among them. The difference with the Mizrahim in the diaspora – all of whom lost their homes, businesses and bank accounts (to say nothing of the cameras, stamp collections and jewellery taken from the Egyptian Jews at the port from which they sailed) – is that a) they’ve been fortunate in that they’ve only had the one-time, single generation refugee status and b) they’ve accepted that Egypt (or Syria etc) has gone for them. They’ve had to build new lives and not a one of them has been raised to hate others such that their children have, or will, strap bombs on themselves in the struggle to get back what they have lost.

              It is a horrendous situation that some Palestinians find themselves in and which this inherited refugee status along with corrupt leaders and ongoing hatreds is perpetuating.

          • MissDemeanor

            that many??

            where are their arab brothers?

      • oscargracie

        “Throwaway childish remarks?” I don’t know what is “childish” about wanting to murder Jewish people.

        And yes you do justify what is said in the video by saying in your comment; ” you too may be a little cross.” That is blatant apologia.

        Also, the disgusting indoctrinators in this video, do not make any distinction between combatants and civilians, between soldiers and children.

        Also, I don’t know about you, but when I’m a “little cross,” I swear or have an argument or whatever; I don’t tend to preach the murder of an entire people.

      • Luz Marina Galvis

        “Also, relying on some children’s throwaway childish remarks to demonstrate the total, pathological hatred of the Palestinians towards the state of Israel really is quite pathetic. ” LOL

      • global city

        Wow!

      • Samir Halabi

        Jew-hating scum never considered the Jews in Europe as Europeans, they always classed Jews as an alien People. Over 90% of so called European Jews always looked Semitic. Today over 50% of the Jewish population of Israel are those jews and their descendants whom were kicked out of the Arab speaking world, 20% of israel’s population is comprised of Arab-Israeli citizens,Christians & Muslims. the rest are comprised of Jews from all over the world from Europe, the Americas, and Asia.

    • TheUntalentedRiply

      Slurp slurp.

  • Ricky Strong

    Religion of Peace.

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