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HAMAS CHILDREN’S MONTHLY: “AMERICANS ARE ‘BARBARIC RAPISTS AND MURDERERS’”
themedialine.org ^ | 5.9.03 | tuckrdout

Posted on 05/09/2003 6:38:43 PM PDT by tuckrdout

The editorial in the current edition of “Al-Fateh” (The Conqueror), the Hamas monthly children’s magazine, again uses malicious messages against “the Americans, the Jews and the English.”

The average age of this magazine’s reader base -- judging from the pictures, illustrations and short stories it contains – is estimated at about 10 years. It continuously publishes editorials which although not long, are embellished with hateful words against “the enemies of the Arab and Muslim nation.” Although the war in Iraq provided harsh pictures, including harm against civilians and residences, the editorial writer goes one step further, stating that “the enemies were careful not to overlook even one school or neighborhood and threw the sick out of their beds after stealing their bed linen.”

The following are excerpts from the May edition’s editorial:

“These days the pain of the Arab and Muslim nation is great. Blood and body parts in the fighting Palestine; destruction, betrayal, theft, looting, killing,and rape in Iraq: whose blood has been forsaken by the British, the Americans and the Jews.”

“The blood of Iraq was forsaken as in the past and the same is occurring in the blessed and beloved Palestine. They have murdered elderly, women and children and have sent Ba’sra, Mou’sul and Baghdad up in flames. They have sent the mobs into the hospitals, the schools and the universities and looted everything they contain. They have even stolen the very beds used by the bedridden and wounded, together with the bed linen. They then threw the sick on the ground and took all the medicine, they even kidnapped the nannies. The same happened even with the small chairs of our little beloved children. They stole equipment from universities and set public and private institutions ablaze. They did things which even the barbarian Saljuks did not do to Ba’sra and its residents in the sad era of our nation’s past.”

“The people of this land have witnessed the events on the land of Iraq, whose blood was forsaken. They saw the aircraft setting everything ablaze, destroying homes with their residents, tearing down enormous buildings. They didn’t overlook one school, university, hospital, neighborhood, market or mosque. They rendered everything into dust and ashes.”

“…[W]e are sad for the Iraqi children who were victims of a rapid death. Those of them who survived the previous two wars (the Iran-Iraq war and the Iraq-Kuwait war) died during the terrible siege…

… [W]e are cherishing our tears so that with them we can write of the tragedy of our children, and of our people, from the hands of the tyrants from within and the invaders from without – may the curse of Allah be upon them all.”

The Hamas movement was established at the end of 1987, when the first Intifada (armed uprising) broke out. Today, Hamas is an opposition movement to the Palestinian Authority and it operates among wide segments of the Palestinian people, actively recruiting supporters. It offers welfare and assistance to the weaker sectors from which most of its supporters and activists originate. The movement recently expressed its strong opposition to the “Road Map for Peace” and it has been carrying out a continuous campaign of terror against Israel from the day it was established. At the beginning of this year, Hamas held talks with Fatah, the central movement of the Palestinian Authority (answering directly to Yassir Arafat), which sought to bring the terror attacks against Israel to a temporary standstill. The talks failed to accomplish that purpose and Hamas continued its strict and uncompromising stand against any kind of negotiations with Israel, whose existence it does not recognize.

By Yaniv Berman (with Rachelle Kliger) on Sunday, May 04, 2003


TOPICS: Activism/Chapters; Constitution/Conservatism; Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Foreign Affairs; Israel; Miscellaneous; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: antiamericanism; antisemite; antisemitism; children; hamas; hate; jews; palestinians; roadmap

1 posted on 05/09/2003 6:38:43 PM PDT by tuckrdout
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To: tuckrdout
What is needed is a Radio/TV Free Arabia. Broadcast lots of cartoon shows with subdued messages for the kids and lots of MTV, to win over the 10 yr olds when they reach adolesence.
2 posted on 05/09/2003 6:46:06 PM PDT by Bringbackthedraft
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To: tuckrdout
This same type of vitriol comes out of Democratic Underwear as well.
3 posted on 05/09/2003 6:50:32 PM PDT by Guillermo (Sic 'Em!)
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To: Guillermo
This same type of vitriol comes out of Democratic Underwear as well.

It's probably where Hamas gets its material.

4 posted on 05/09/2003 6:51:47 PM PDT by Mr. Mojo
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To: tuckrdout
I wonder where they got that rapist part. Oh, yeah. Now I remember.
5 posted on 05/09/2003 6:54:51 PM PDT by doug from upland (my dogs ran from the room when they heard Hillary shrieking on the radio)
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To: tuckrdout
they even kidnapped the nannies

Well, that does it for me. We are some royal barstids, ain't we. Nannies indeed.

/john

6 posted on 05/09/2003 6:54:52 PM PDT by JRandomFreeper (I'm just a cook.)
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To: tuckrdout
Would we be more civilized if we promoted homicide/suicide bombers like Hamas does?
7 posted on 05/09/2003 6:57:21 PM PDT by nickcarraway
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To: tuckrdout
They teach this to their kids. The kids grow up and teach it to their kids.

Seems to me the "Roadmap To Peace" is going nowhere until a way to break this cycle of indoctrination is found.

This statement from the article is particularly telling: At the beginning of this year, Hamas held talks with Fatah, the central movement of the Palestinian Authority (answering directly to Yassir Arafat), which sought to bring the terror attacks against Israel to a temporary standstill. The talks failed to accomplish that purpose and Hamas continued its strict and uncompromising stand against any kind of negotiations with Israel, whose existence it does not recognize.

We appear to be dealing with some hardheaded sum bitches!

8 posted on 05/09/2003 7:11:45 PM PDT by upchuck (Contribute to "Republicans for Al Sharpton for President in 2004." Dial 1-800-SLAPTHADONKEY :)
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To: tuckrdout
The Palestinians who support Hamas and other groups like it are LYING scuz-balls or imbeciles to believe such tripe. I have zip sympathy for them. They can rot in hell and the hell-holes that they have created for themselves by their terrorist-supporting, violence-ridden stupidity. When the time comes for Israel to finally take matters in their own hands and actually do a smigeon of what these ignorant, blood-thirsty barbarians have unjustly accused them (and Westerners) of doing anyway all of these years, I'm not gonna give a dang...

Never will I forget how those Palestinian pigs danced in the streets in ghoulish delight on 9/11/01. Nor will I ever forget how the moronic, loser Palestinians praised Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and still think that Arafat and his Hamas goons are actually helping their cause by hoarding millions of foreign-aid dollars in Swiss Banks/the Cayman Islands for themselves or sending other families'--never their own--children to murder Jewish and Western civilians in the name of their blood-soaked moon god. What idiots. They deserve whatever befalls them--and it certainly won't be freedom to drive the Jews into the sea or kill more infidels anytime soon, let alone being given a state or economic advancement if the violence and LYING garbage continues...

Sheesh. Even the other Arab states don't want them. Jordon, Syria, Kuwait and even Iraq have had to kick the unruly buggers out...

9 posted on 05/09/2003 7:13:08 PM PDT by demnomo
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To: tuckrdout
The editorial in the current edition of “Al-Fateh” (The Conqueror), the Hamas monthly children’s magazine, again uses malicious messages against “the Americans, the Jews and the English.”

Didn't know that the Washington Post was translated into Arabic.

10 posted on 05/09/2003 7:13:27 PM PDT by Always Right
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To: tuckrdout
Future Homocide Bomber In Training Magazine Alert!
11 posted on 05/09/2003 7:13:53 PM PDT by goldstategop ( In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: tuckrdout
The editorial in the current edition of “Al-Fateh” (The Conqueror), the Hamas monthly
children’s magazine, again uses malicious messages against
“the Americans, the Jews and the English.”


Bet there are a few tough Australians, Poles and other military personnel
of The Coalition who object to being left off the list!

It would be interesting to get a telephone interview with a Hamas spokes-person
and tell them how much we agree with their list...because France was
obviously left off the list because they are a bunch of cowardly weasels that don't
scare anyone except Greenpeace.
(RE: the only successful naval action of France for maybe the last
century or so...the sinking of Greenpeace's "Rainbow Warrior" by French operatives
because of interference with France's nuclear tests in the Pacific.)
12 posted on 05/09/2003 7:29:10 PM PDT by VOA
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To: tuckrdout
HAMAS CHILDREN’S MONTHLY: “AMERICANS ARE ‘BARBARIC RAPISTS AND MURDERERS’”

Only if you take Clinton as an example of an 'American'.

13 posted on 05/09/2003 7:39:35 PM PDT by jimkress
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To: tuckrdout
Hey, lets strap dynamite to our kids and send them to blow up pizza parlors like Hamas does. Then maybe they won't call us barbarians, right??
16 posted on 05/09/2003 7:47:24 PM PDT by ozzymandus
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To: tuckrdout
Have they been reading Clinton's new book? Or is it Hillary's?
17 posted on 05/09/2003 7:49:25 PM PDT by ladyinred
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To: tuckrdout
Hamas: Funded by our friends the Saudis. Thanks Colin!
18 posted on 05/09/2003 8:09:56 PM PDT by Uncle Miltie (Wheat is Murder! (Tilling slaughters worms.....))
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To: tuckrdout
Dang, and California's worried their textbooks might portray too few mulatto touch-typists or something.
19 posted on 05/09/2003 9:41:40 PM PDT by Mr. Silverback (Phillipians 4)
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To: tuckrdout
Don't stop there, Palis. The martyr trading card thing has been done so you have to corrupt the little nippers with new psyche-warping entertainment. Comic books featuring heroic faithful overcoming western imperialism and saving the day for Allah (grateful neighbors shower the hero with daughters and livestock as he wipes his sword on the slayed infidel).
Fun-loving nursery rhymes ("The jew goes in, the smoke comes out...").
Milton-Bradley variations (The Game of Death, Jews & Adders, You're Sorry and Interrogation-The Game for budding young Torturers.)
I grew up reading Highlights for Kids, Boy's Life and boxes of Scholastic Reader books. These kids are being abused in a way beyond physical harm by having their formative years dominated by a never-ceasing message of hatred. Those who can read get to read very little while the remainder are helpless while they're raised to believe in a framework of lies.
The press jumped on a case where a soldier in Iraq had to kill a kid who kept trying to kill him.
I wonder how the number of self-defense cases was kept so low.
20 posted on 05/09/2003 11:31:29 PM PDT by NewRomeTacitus (Queen Noor is an anti-Semitic wh...(I don't have her money to defend myself).)
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To: tuckrdout
I received an e-mail from alert@grassfire.net regarding this same article. They have a campaign going for people to sign a "friends of Israel" petition that, with 40,000 signatures, will be sent to Israel's embassy in Washington, D.C. and Rep. Eric Canon (R-VA) who is an outspoken advocate for Israel. Anyone interested can go to the website above and sign on.

The previous posters were right. It is a crime the way they are indoctrinating these young children and something like a "radio-free-Palestine" would be a start (except that anyone caught listening to it would be drawn and quartered in the streets).

21 posted on 05/10/2003 12:18:28 AM PDT by bjcintennessee
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To: bjcintennessee
Oops! Should have been Eric Canton (R-VA).
22 posted on 05/10/2003 12:28:29 AM PDT by bjcintennessee
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To: tuckrdout
The evil implanted in man by nature spreads so imperceptibly, when the habit of wrong-doing is unchecked, that he himself can set no limit to his shamelessness.
23 posted on 05/10/2003 12:35:47 AM PDT by Spruce
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To: bjcintennessee
I was considering "Disconnect Four (Infidel Limbs)" in my game category but deemed it too extreme.
How about "Trivial Pursuit: Failed Theocracy Edition"?
24 posted on 05/10/2003 12:54:35 AM PDT by NewRomeTacitus (Mixing Islam with freedom results in serious side effects. Consult your Imam.)
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To: Spruce
The evil implanted in man by nature spreads so imperceptibly, when the habit of wrong-doing is unchecked...

Your sentence seems to me to contain contradictory explanations for the presence of evil.

I see no evil implanted by nature. Evil arises from decisions made by the individual through his power to choose. Those choices can certainly become habitual and dwell below the individuals consciousness.

Original sin is a crock.

25 posted on 05/10/2003 4:50:52 AM PDT by kanawa (I refuse to feel guilty for my existence)
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To: tuckrdout
These people are creating generations of brain washed zombies, with cold, soulless, empty, dead eyes of Mohammad Atta.
26 posted on 05/10/2003 4:59:35 AM PDT by tkathy
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To: kanawa
Original sin arose from an individual decision.
27 posted on 05/10/2003 6:00:29 AM PDT by anniegetyourgun
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To: JRandomFreeper
No wonder their children are blowing themselves up.

Can't take their crap anymore.

God will deal with these vicious people in his own way.

It's just breathless that adults can corrupt the minds of their children, and not feel any remorse.

The hatred in their hearts must be all consuming.

My God...

28 posted on 05/10/2003 6:06:44 AM PDT by Northern Yankee (Freedom.... needs a soldier !)
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To: tuckrdout
Bump.
29 posted on 05/10/2003 6:13:47 AM PDT by DoctorMichael (...............ooooo-shu-be-do-wop.................)
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To: anniegetyourgun
Original sin arose from an individual decision.

The concept......yes?

30 posted on 05/10/2003 6:22:53 AM PDT by kanawa
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To: Brad Cloven; tuckrdout
<< Hamas: Funded by our friends the Saudis. >>

Who in turn are incited, aided, abetted and facilitated by THEIR friends, Foggy Bottom's systemically un-and-anti-American Brahmana.

Thanks Collin, indeed!
31 posted on 05/10/2003 7:37:49 AM PDT by Brian Allen ( Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God - Thomas Jefferson)
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To: tuckrdout
What sickens me most about the Palestinians is the fact that they are killing off their next generation. They are such a cowardly group of men and women that they have to have their childred do their fight. Carrying bombs, blowing themselves up, etc, etc.

It also seems that the ones who are involved in this are not the wealthy, but the poorest of the poor. It sickens me so that I can't think straight at times.
32 posted on 05/10/2003 6:36:56 PM PDT by dixie sass (GOD bless America)
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To: bjcintennessee
Why? They instigate as much as the take. There will be no peace between those two people. All we do is continue to poor good money after bad. I leave it to GOD to deal with them.
33 posted on 05/10/2003 6:41:20 PM PDT by dixie sass (GOD bless America)
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To: tuckrdout
I want to see their Goofus and Gallant strip before I make up my mind.
34 posted on 05/10/2003 6:48:32 PM PDT by rabidralph (I don't mean to be mean.)
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To: dixie sass
They instigate as much as the(y?) take.

I strongly disagree with your implication that Israel's attempts to defend its citizens is morally equivalent to homicide bombers who strive to kill as many Israeli civilians as possible. The Israeli's, however, only target those who actively instigate the mass murders of Israeli citizens.

The "occupied" territories where Israel has been establishing settlements was land that was won by Israel when the surrounding Arab countries attacked Israel in an attempt to annihilate them. While these lands are critical to Israel's defense, they have been willing to give them up if the Palestinians will cease their violence against Israeli's.

It is unforturnate that the Palestinians have become willing pawns (with the aid of Arafat) to the manipulations of the Arab countries whose goal is to drive Israel into the sea.

This strife will only end when we let Israel off its leash and let them put an end to Hamas and the other terrorist organizations whose goal is to destroy Israel.

35 posted on 05/11/2003 11:47:29 PM PDT by bjcintennessee
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