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Wednesday, January 05, 2011

Video: 'Palestinian' kids in 'east' Jerusalem sing "May our blood be shed"

Palestinian Media Watch reports on the education received by Arab children in Sur Baher, a village in southern Jerusalem. Sur Baher is in the news because one of the British Consulate workers who was caught plotting a missile attack on Jerusalem's largest soccer stadium (capacity 21,000) is a resident of Sur Baher. By the way, the terrorist who drove a bulldozer down Jaffa Road in Jerusalem in July 2008 was also a resident of Sur Baher.

All of this might be connected to the education that the children of Sur Baher receive.
A glimpse of the world of education in Sur Baher in East Jerusalem was recently made available by Hamas TV. A broadcast showed how the Jerusalem children in the Islamic Riyad (Gardens of) Al-Aqsa School were taught to sing about desiring death: "May our blood be shed."
They also sang the following in front of the cameras:
"How strong is the army of Al-Aqsa.
I am a soldier, defending its protected area.
How precious is the land of Al-Aqsa.
I shall give up my life for its sake."
This footage of young children singing and being taught these lines in the Islamic Riyad Al-Aqsa School in Sur Baher appeared in a documentary program entitled "The Shahids' (Martyrs') Wedding" on Hamas's Al-Aqsa TV.
Let's go to the videotape.

But it's not just Hamas television that shows this sort of 'entertainment.'
In the past, Palestinian Authority TV has also shown children in PA schools reciting poems glorifying Martyrdom death, for example including the words:
"I have let my land drink my blood,
I love the way of Martyrdom."
[PA TV (Fatah), Nov. 14, 2008
Let's go to the videotape.

What could go wrong?

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At 6:05 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

These are schools under Israel's jurisdiction. Whoever hasn't been doing their job to weed out incitement in school curricula should be shown the door.

Replace the Arab teachers with Jews if necessary. Young minds are terrible things to waste.

At 9:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

We should give them what they want - adults, children, the whole lot of them.


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