Rachel Ehrenfeld and Alyssa A. Lappen survey the treatment of children in the Palestinian Authority, which will ensure that the jihad continues into the next generation. From the Washington Times, with thanks to Sr. Soph:
What would you like to be when you growup?A Hamas children’s magazine has a clear answer: a terrorist. A children’s story it published calls upon small children and encourages them to commit terrorist acts and sacrifice their souls for Allah.
Western politicians who delude themselves in the belief that Hamas will change have only to consider what Hamas leaders say. On Feb. 3, Hamas chief Khaled Mash’al declared in Damascus: “Before Israel dies, it must be humiliated and degraded,” according to the Middle East Media Research Institute.
Hamas gives this message to the present generation. But they also ensure that the next generation of Palestinians, now growing up, receives this message as early as possible. Hamas TV shows impart children with the jihad message when they are toddlers. And for kids who have learned to read, there are magazine comics.
The children’s magazine named Fatah — Arabic for the Muslim who conquers the Kufir States — in its last two issues carried an illustrated story about the heroism of a very young but courageous Palestinian child, who is determined to be a jihad fighter like his older brothers.
The story demonstrates the indoctrination and “education” to which even the youngest of Palestinian children are exposed by Hamas in schools and publications.
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