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Young Boy On Hamas Kids’ Show Gives ‘Message To The Enemy’


Al-Aqsa television, a Hamas propaganda station, aired a children’s program featuring a young boy reciting a poem describing Israelis as “barbaric apes” and “filth,” which the holy city of Jerusalem “vomits.”

The host of the show, a young girl, asked the boy to give his “message to the enemy” by reciting the poem “I do not fear the gun.”

“Oh sons of Zion, Oh the most evil of creatures, Oh barbaric apes, Jerusalem rejects you and vomits your filth,”  rants the boy, who was identified by the Middle East Media Research Institute as Abd Al-Rahim al-Zarad.

“You are nothing but herds of deluded idiots,” the boy also says. “Humiliation and suffering have been decreed on you.”

Meanwhile, the  rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip into southern Israel on Friday, in the first such attack since September. Officials say the projectile — that set off air raid sirens in the Eshkol region — landed in an open field, causing no injuries or damage.

Israel fought a 50-day war just this past summer with the Islamic militant group Hamas, which controls Gaza. In repeated violations of previously agreed upon cease-fires, Hamas launched thousands of rockets and mortars deep into Israel, which responded by carried out an aerial campaign and a ground invasion first aimed at “ending Hamas rockets once and for all,” but expanded in scope when a vast and sophisticated network of terror tunnels dug from Gaza under Israel were discovered.

Examinations of the structures found Hamas was using the very concrete supplied by Egypt, Israel, the U.S., and the U.N. for the construction of schools and infrastructure.

In the end, the war left more than 2,100 Palestinians dead, according to Palestinian and U.N. officials, while the Israelis lost 66 soldiers and six civilians. If not for the Iron Dome missile defense system, the death toll would have been much higher among the Israeli military and civilian populations.

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