Nahoul is dead, long live Assud!

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Written by Chris Perver  
Tuesday, 12 February 2008 06:40

...at least until those 'evil Jews' get him. Well you've heard of Farfour the mouse, the Mickey Mouse look-alike that appeared on the Hamas children's television programme, Tomorrow's Pioneers. In one episode, Farfour was scolded for cheating in his exams by the show's presenter, Saraa. Farfour's excuse was that he had been unable to study because his school books were buried underneath the rubble of his house, which had been bulldozed by the Jews. Farfour, brandishing a toy AK-47, promised that Islam would "conquer the world", and that the battle would begin with "all of Palestine" and would move to all Arab lands now under foreign occupation. Unfortunately Farfour met an untimely end after he was beaten to death for refusing to sell his land to a Jew. 

Quote: ""Farfour was martyred while defending his land," said Sara, the teen presenter. He was killed "by the killers of children," she added.

Saraa went on to say that every Palestinian hopes to die as a martyr and that martyrdom is "something to be proud of". A short time after Farfour's death, Nahoul the bee appeared on the programme. One particular episode drew world wide condemnation. This time it was not the programme's anti-Semitic tone which caused the controversy, rather it was their inhumane treatment of animals. Nahoul swung cats around by their tails and threw stones at lions in the zoo, in an apparent demonstration of how children should not behave. When Saraa later asked Nahoul who he would like to send greetings to on the 'holiday of sacrifice', he replied...

Quote: "Who should I convey greetings to, Saraa? Should I convey greetings to my brother, who was martyred in the first Intifada, at the hands of the Zionist Jews? Should I convey greetings to my second brother, who was martyred in the second Intifada? Should I convey greetings to my wounded brother, to my aunt, who was martyred because of the siege, or to her orphans? Who is there for me to greet, Saraa? I won't greet anyone. I am so sad, Saraa...

Saraa consoled Nahoul with the comforting words that, "we can all be sacrificed for the sake of the homeland". But alas, poor Nahoul! During the blockade of Gaza, those 'evil Jews' refused to let him out to receive medical treatment. Nahoul ended up dying a martyr's death, just like his brother, his second brother and his dear old aunt. A victim of the Zionist occupation. But Palestinian children need not fear. Assud the rabbit is here! Assud is yet another anti-Semitic character created by the show, who plans on destroying the Jews and then eating them, "Allah willing" of course...

Quote: "Sara: Why is your name Assud [lion] since you are a rabbit? Assud: A rabbit is a [nickname] for a bad person and coward. And I, Assud, will finish off the Jews and eat them, Allah willing.

It's horrific to think that Palestinian children are being subjected to this kind of death-cult propaganda. And it's not just Hamas that is to blame. Palestinian Authority TV, which is run by Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah party, has also been showing video clips glorifying martyrdom and encouraging Palestinians to murder Jews, even while President Abbas talks peace with Israeli Prime Minister Olmert. And this is the people upon whom the international community wants to bestow a state? It doesn't take much imagination to work out what sort of state that would end up being. So long as Palestinian leaders continue to indoctrinate their children in this culture of death and bloodshed, there will be no hope of peace in the Middle East. The Lord prophesied that the time would come when those that killed Jews would believe they were doing God a service (John 16:2).  And six hundred years later, a religion was born which openly calls for Jews and Christians to be killed. The only hope for true peace in the Middle East is through the Prince of Peace, Jesus Christ. Of the increase of His government and of peace, there shall be no end (Isaiah 9:6-7). As the saying goes, 'No Jesus - no peace, Know Jesus - know peace'. Do you know Jesus Christ? Do you have a personal relationship with Him? He died for you. Trust in Him for salvation today.

Source Jerusalem Post, Solomonia, Israel Matzav, You Tube

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