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March 12, 2013 12:52 pm

Palestinian TV Children’s Program: Land “Occupied” in 1948 “Will Return to Us One Day” (VIDEO)

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Screen shot from show in which TV host promises children Israel will be returned to Palestinians. Photo: PMW

Palestinian Media Watch has uncovered a segment that aired during a children’s program on Palestinian Authority TV, The Best Home, that  taught that Israel’s land belongs to the Palestinians and was “occupied” in 1948. The children were also taught to anticipate the end of the State of Israel when the TV host stated that the land “occupied” in 1948 “will return to us one day.”

Below is the full text of the segment (courtesy PMW):

PA TV host: “And of course we will never forget that we have land that was occupied in 1948, which will return to us one day. Remember well, children. Also [remember] to safeguard our folklore, our national games, the folklore in all its forms, our dress and our food and our games and anything that forms the Palestinian folklore – we have to safeguard it. If we don’t safeguard it, then the occupation might steal it as well, as it stole our land. Right? Do you agree with me? Bravo!”
Watch the video of the show below:

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  • Muslims such as this host revere the sociopath Muhammad who personally decapitated 900 unarmed Jews at Quarayza. The foundational antisemetism of the Koran permeates every aspect of Muslim life. As horrendous as the message to these children is…Muslims have been slaughtering Jews because they were Jews for 1300 years before the existence of Israel.

  • Bathsheva Gladstone

    I hope that painted clown on the video expects to live a billion years or so…with her masculine tranny looks and imagination she’s surely lost her calling to set up shop in palestine’s “red light district”.