Hamas Bunny Urges Children to Kill & Eat Danes

Palestinian Media Watch released this disturbing clip from Al-Aqsa TV (Hamas) on February 22, 2008:

Hamas children’s TV dedicated a program to hatred of Denmark, the West and Israel, climaxing with a statement about the West by the co-host, a giant rabbit character named Assud:

“If they repeat it we will kill them … I will bite them and eat them!”

Hamas snack time?
Here’s the video from the children’s program:

Denmark is targeted because of the release of the Danish cartoons–
Israel is targeted because it exists.

And, here is the transcript from Palestinian Media Watch:

Saraa: Did you see the West’s attack against the Messenger [Muhammad]? What do you have to say about this?

Amaani, (10 year old girl by phone): I say to the cowardly infidels…

Assud: Criminals.

Amaani: Criminals.

Assud: Do you boycott Israeli and Danish products?

Amaani: Yes

Assud: You don’t eat them at all?

Amaan: I don’t eat them at all.

Assud: Great! Keep it up!

Saraa: We will all boycott Danish products, and Israeli products first.

* * * * *

Saraa: What can we do for the Messenger?

Inaas, (10 year old girl by phone): We can fight them because they cursed Allah’s Messenger.

Saraa: ‘Tomorrow’s Pioneers’ army will redeem the Messenger, with their possessions and their blood, Assud, and will not let them repeat this attack.

Assud: If they repeat it we will kill them, by Allah.

Saraa: In His will.

Assud: I will bite them and eat them!

Former Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir once said, “We will have peace when Arabs love their children more then they hate us.”
That won’t be happening anytime soon.

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