Saturday, April 21, 2012

Palestinians Teach Children to Slaughter Jews

Mike L.

This is a few years old, but it still represents the kind of thing that must stop if ever there is to be peace.

So long as the Palestinians continue to teach their children genocidal Jew hatred then it is they who will suffer far, far more than we will.


Nassur: "There won't be any Jews or Zionists, if Allah wills. They'll be erased."

Saraa: "Chased away."

Nassur: "And just like we will visit the Qaaba [in Mecca]... everyone will visit Jerusalem."

(A seven-year-old boy on the phone tells how his father, a member of Hamas's Izzadin Kassam Brigades, "died as a shahid (martyr).")

Nassur to boy: "What do you want to do to the Jews who shot your father?"

Boy: "I want to kill them."

Saraa: "We don't want to do anything to them, just expel them from our land."

Nassur: "We want to slaughter (nidbah-hom) them, so they will be expelled from our land, right?"

Saraa: "Yes. That's right. We will expel them from our land using all means."

Nassur: "And if they don't want [to go] peacefully, by words or talking, we'll have to [do it] by slaughter (shaht)."

(Al-Aksa (Hamas) TV, September 22, 2009)


  1. Jews are not even allowed in Saudi Arabia, at least not as open Jews, yet if we say so it makes us the "racists."

    The game that is being played on us by the left is absolutely sickening. And I do not say that because I am a right-wing partisan, despite what anyone might think, but because it happens to be true.

  2. Ideology trumps reality for them. Coercion is justifiable in the name of equality and justice. Sad thing, the reality is often far from the ideological dream because the proponents do not sufficiently consider that people are different. They also fail to adhere to their principles on a consistent basis by selectively applying them to real life situations. The result is just another form of tyranny and totalitarianism, just less obvious to see because it promises utopia.

    I started reading a book, actually a Kindle sample, called Israel and the European Left Between Solidarity and Delegitimization by Colin Shindler, the UK's first Professor of Israeli Studies at London University’s School of Oriental and African Studies, the college with the reputation of being the most hostile anti-Israel campus in the UK. Very informative, at least to me, and it parallels some of what seems to be the tensions between Jews and the left wing we experience today.