Palestinian TV Children’s Program Shows Girl Reciting Poem Calling Jews ‘Barbaric Monkeys’ (VIDEO)

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A Palestinian girl recites a hate poem against Jews on PA television. Photo: Screenshot.

The latest broadcast of a children’s program on official Palestinian Authority television shows a young girl reciting a hate poem filled with degrading expressions and insults against Jews, Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) reported on Monday.

On the show The Best Home, a Palestinian girl invoked Qur’anic language by calling Jews “barbaric monkeys,” “the most evil among creations,” and those “who murdered Allah’s pious prophets.” Jews are also said to be “throngs… brought up on spilling blood… impure… [and] filth.” The girl continues her recital saying she is not afraid of the Jews’ “barbarity” because Jerusalem will “vomit out” the impure Jews. The poem continues, “My heart is my city and my Qur’an.”

The girl concludes the poem saying, “As long as I have my arm and my stones, as long as I am free and do not barter my cause, I will not fear your throngs, I will not fear the rifle.” A PA television host then comes on camera and applauds the girl before declaring that Jerusalem is “the eternal capital of Palestine.”

The expression “barbaric monkeys” is taken from a verse in the Qur’an that says, “…those whom Allah has cursed and with whom He became angry and made of them apes and pigs,” PMW reported. The Qur’an also teaches that the Jews murdered Allah’s prophets, with the verse, “Say, then why did you kill the prophets of Allah before, if you are [indeed] believers?”

PMW documented youths reciting the same hate poem on official PA television twice in the past: once last year and another in 2013.

Watch a young girl on PA television recite a hate poem against Jews in the video below:

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Source:: The Algemeiner

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