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Monday, May 07, 2007

Mickey Mouse has a Muslim Brother? And he's a Terrorist? Meet Farfur!

It is safe to assume that various Islamic terrorist organizations have used a myriad of tactics to indoctrinate children but each time it is witnessed, it still manages to give the viewer the chills. This also reminds me of another terrorist organization, the KKK. I remember seeing news footage that showed Ku Klux Klan members teaching their progenies hate in an equally insidious fashion. Case in point, Hamas TV is currently airing a new children's show, entitled "Tomorrow's Pioneers." This program has co-opted a Mickey Mouse look-a-like, named Farfur (along with a young female co-host, Saraa) to preach death and destruction to Jewish folk as well as all Westerners. In the immortal words of comedian Dana Carvey's Church Lady character, "Isn't that Special?" Take a glimpse at an excerpt of an WorldNetDaily article as it pertains to this aforementioned horror show:

Farfur tells children they must pray in the mosque five times a day until there is "world leadership under Islamic leadership."

"We, tomorrow's pioneers, will restore to this nation its glory, and we will liberate Al-Aqsa, with Allah's will, and we will liberate Iraq, with Allah's will, and we will liberate the Muslim countries, invaded by murderers," the mouse character says.

Saraa' explains the nucleus of world Islamic leadership will be from "all of Palestine," meaning elimination of the entire state of Israel.

Farfur urges the children to "resist" Israel, "the oppressive invading Zionist occupation."

In one segment, Farfur says, "We will win, Bush! We will win, Condoleezza! We will win, Sharon!" Then, he quips, "Ah, Sharon is dead" (sic), reinforcing his message that the plan for world domination is progressing.

Saraa' warns the children they must give an account to Allah after they die for what they did or did not do for Palestinians imprisoned by the Israelis and for the Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, disputed territory Palestinians consider sacred to Islam.

"I remind you that Al-Aqsa and the prisoners are a responsibility on our shoulders, and Allah will ask us on Resurrection Day what we gave for their sake."

Child viewers phone in to the show and recite poems with images of hate and violence, according to PMW.

One child said, "We will destroy the chair of the despots, so they will taste the flame of death," and another, "Rafah sings 'Oh, oh.' Its answer is an AK-47. We who do not know fear, we are the predators of the forest."

Hamas, which won a majority in parliament in January 2006 elections, officially is considered a terrorist organization by the U.S. government.

As WND reported in March, an online forum tied to the website of Hamas posted a photo of a little girl in a combat vest and the head band of the terrorist Al-Qassam Brigades.

"Have you seen the new child martyr who will soon shake Israel [to the core]?" says the caption, according to the Middle East Media Research Institute blog.

This is a difficult battle that world may not be ready for-we are not fighting individuals that are about the "fair play" of an actual war. Fighting a person that wears a neat uniform with a swastika on his sleeve is a far cry from combating an idea. Even if a Nagasaki-like response was executed, I doubt that would stave the problem. But it might be a start. For more of the WorlNetDaily piece, including a snippet from the children's show in question, click on the link below:

'Mickey Mouse' promotes jihad

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