Child made to recite hate poem on Palestinian TV

A child has been made to memorise and recite a poem calling for "jihad fighters" on Palestinian Authority Television

by The Commentator on 3 April 2013 12:06

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A young girl has been made to recite a hateful, jihadist poem on Palestinian Authority (PA) TV, one of the recipient organisations of international aid, including that of Britain, the EU and the United States.

The girl, who looks to be between the ages of 8 and 10, recites the following "poem" at the instruction of the TV show's host, who looks on in pride. 

The video is being treated as political propaganda constructed by the Palestinian Authority, evidenced by one line the girl is made to say: "Long live the nation of Fatah and Yasser Arafat".

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The incident is another in a long line of incitement tactics used by the Palestinian Authority. 

In the video, the term "Allah's enemies, the sons of pigs" is used, as well as "like snakes" - two commonly used anti-Jewish tropes.

More concerning however, is the child's forced use of sexual imagery, calls to jihad, and invocation of the memory of the Saladin, implying that an army should be raised to fight Western Crusaders.

At the end of the video, the host remarks, "Bravo, applause, applause, applause to Hadeel."

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