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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Hamas kiddie TV wishes for 'martyrdom' again

Here we go again.
A Hamas TV program for children is once again promoting Shahada - Martyrdom for Allah - as a positive goal for kids.

In the most recent episode of the show Tomorrow's Pioneers, the child host asks a 10-year-old girl who phones into the program whether she had been afraid of dying during the 2009 Gaza War.

"No, I wasn't afraid," the little girl says. "I wished for Shahada (Martyrdom) - Shahada for Allah."

The host is effusive in her praise that "even this little girl" dreams of Shahada, and adds, "We all wish for this."

The exchange is more than just another example of Hamas's continued promotion of Shahada for children. The young caller's response also proves the success of years of propaganda by Hamas and the Palestinian Authority (Fatah) to indoctrinate children to aspire to Martyrdom for Allah, and to believe that seeking death is a greater value than seeking life.

To see more examples from PMW's website about the promotion of Shahada, click here.
For more examples of the success of this strategy, click here.
The show happened on Friday, January 22. Let's go to the videotape.

Can you imagine your kids talking like that? Can you imagine 'adults' in your circle of friends being so pleased with the kids talking like that if God forbid they did?


At 10:53 PM, Blogger Lois Koenig said...

Why do the way the kids are talking remind me of the kids in the LA area singing their song to The One, with their smiling parents looking at them as if they had discovered the cure for cancer?


At 11:07 PM, Blogger Chrysler 300M said...



At 11:23 PM, Blogger Chrysler 300M said...


At 12:53 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

yes it seems not much has changed since the Hitler jugend days.Sigh
Came across this just now tought it might interest you:
January 26, 2010 9:19 AM PST
YouTube to host Q&A with President Obama
It seems you can ask O a question ,no guarantee he might answer.

At 2:08 AM, Blogger Moriah said...

Let's accommodate them ... Starting with the 'film' makers.


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