Palestinian Authority TV Airs Video of Children Referring to Jews as ‘Barbaric Monkeys’ and ‘Wretched Pigs’ (VIDEO)

July 7, 2013 11:42 am 20 comments

Screen shot of two children of PA TV reciting poem referring to Jews as "barbaric monkeys" and "wretched pigs." Photo: Youtube/PMW.

Palestinian Authority TV continues to use children as a vessel to promote hate-speech and anti-Semitism, Palestinian Media Watch reports.

The most recent example cited by the media watchdog features two young sisters reciting a poem that refers to Jews as “most evil among creations, barbaric monkeys, and wretched pigs.”

Below is the full transcript courtesy of PMW:

“You who murdered Allah’s pious prophets (i.e., Jews in Islamic tradition)
Oh, you who were brought up on spilling blood
You have been condemned to humiliation and hardship
Oh Sons of Zion, oh most evil among creations
Oh barbaric monkeys, wretched pigs.”
The poem also teaches that Jerusalem is not for Jews, because Jerusalem “vomits” out the Jews who are said to be “filth” and “impure”:
“Jerusalem vomits from within it your impurity
Because Jerusalem, you impure ones, is pious, immaculate
And Jerusalem, you who are filth, is clean and pure.”
Watch a video of the horrific episode below:

20 Comments

  • THIS CHILD NEEDS A CHILDHOOD AND A VISIT TO A ZOO.

    HOW SAD!

  • Gony, you can start with banishing the terms “settlers,” “settlements,” “occupy,” and “occupation” from your vocabulary when you are speaking of Jewish residents in Judea and Samaria. It only strengthens the Arabs and their supporters when we who want a strong Israel adopt the vocabulary of our enemies. (I wouldn’t be at all surprised if you make your home in the disputed lands, and I’m not in any way questioning your love of Israel. This is just a little “heads up.”)

  • What would you have liked this young girls to sing? Oh we are so happy and feel safe when the Israeli soldiers storm our homes at 3 o’ clock in the morning while we are sleeping, they are the gift of the Gods ,because they make us feel so safe? Specialy when they take our beloved father and brothers and put in jail? Oh, we love them Israelis and Jews, because all they did, is just blow up our homes, and burn our Olive trees. Oh blessed they who is a Zionist ,as they just wanted to take our land and claim it their home? Oh what a great feeling to stand on the humiliating check points under the scorching sun, for hours after hours, to see our mothers and fathers insulted if they dare to speak? Oh, how beautiful it would have been to have my mother back with my baby sister if just the soldiers let them across the check point to the hospital and they did not both die? Oh those jet fighters and bombers flying over us and making those sounds and lights of the Phosphorous bombs that burn children alive. What a great sound those Israeli American Apachies when they target killing in the middle of the street people walking by and tear them to pieces. Oh please Lord ,we feel so blessed that the Jewish Israelis limit the supply of food and milk and medicine, so seventy percent of our children are suffering from mal nutrition and disease . I don’t need to go on,do I?
    It is all wrong, but why are you so blatantly ignorant and dishonest as to the extent you expect something else beside seeding hate and anamousity for the way, Israeli Zionist Jews have been treating this children and the two ,three generations before them?
    And as the above comment says, go listen to some Jewish kids, that almost all never had any contact with a Palestinian, of what they say about the Palestinians .At least this Palestinian kids have first hand experience on a daily bases. Saying all of that, this is such a grieve injustice, and its keeping the Jew and his name in the trouble zone as it has been through history. I know many honorable and decent Jewish people have spoken out against this crimes, so should you. What is wrong is wrong,and your loyalty to your Jewishness should not stop you or stop any one else. Remember , be human first.

  • I FEEl TERRIBLE FOR THESE ARAB CHILDREN,
    Ya know what?
    lets give them Jerusalem,
    maybe they will sing a nice song about us.
    Wheres john kerry now?
    Hey johnny,
    heres yer chance to be what jimmy carter wanted to be.
    …what did you say???
    also give the arabs judea and samerea to show peaceful gestures?
    sure why not….
    on one condition johnny baby…
    that the liberal,pathetic,green peace,bleeding heart jews also go with the package
    including peres and livni….
    WHERES KING DAVID WHEN WE NEED HIM…..

  • Kris Kristian

    These are the children who Tutu supports.
    Can there be peace when children, who are born with love, are taught to hate and to kill in the name of Islam?

    I hve just seen a video of Muslims in New York.

    The one young woman got onto the stage and shouted, ‘THE WOMB OF EVERY MUSLIM WOMAN CARRIES A MARTYR.

    This is what they are taught in the mosques.

  • harry freedman

    this is the type of information that really needs to be distributed to mainstream commercial media,
    to reply to Gony’s statement, I say that I know perhaps 20 young children living in the areas he defines as “settlers” areas and none of them have such a negative image of Palestinians. All they ask for is peace and to be able to look forward to a future of safety and development

  • Michael Levy

    Palestinians say that it is Isral who does not want peace! Funny thing though, I don’t see any such rhetoric on Israeli TV, do you? How can a people teach rheir children such vitriolic speech? No Mr. and Mrs. Palestinian, all that you seek is war and, my friends, if I can call you this, you’re surely going to get it and then you (palestinians) can celibrate the deaths of the so called, martyrs whom you taught to hate the people of whom only want to be your friends.

  • It is going to take a long time for the Arab-Israeli conflict to settle.

  • Shesh! Why do you publicize the filthy spew of underage arab piglets? Now, here’s some advice: stop referring to these arab porkers as “palis” … they are no such thing. And stop believing in fairy tales: the arab invaders are incapable of being human and smearing arab piglets with Jewish Wonderfulness works only once in a million and you know it. So face reality: Jews need to stiffen their spines and drive the herds of arab pigs back to the arabian peninsula from when they came and where they belong.

  • This is not possilble. The Palestinians promised years ago to stop inciting hatred among their children. So this must be an improper Zionist translation designed to malign this peace-loving people. …sarcasm here!

  • Gony Halevi

    Ask a settler’s kid to define a Palestinian! Open your eyes!

    • To Gony: I would bet the description would be mostly in terms of their own personal safety, not fundamentally denigrating the humanity of Palestinian kids.

    • So??? Palestinians hates Jews and settlers hate Palestinians. The difference is cristal clear Jews and Israelis are able and capable to express what you just did, while you will find NOBODY on the Palestinian part able or willing to express what you did. And that makes a huge difference which should open your eyes.

    • Does Israel air such material on its public TV channels? If it does, is it not condemned? Open your mind.

    • I have never seen any official Israeli publication of anything like this against the Palestinians. If some individuals or group shoots their mouths off, that’s bad enough. But when the official PA TV channel publishes this kind of thing, it is totally unacceptable. You need to wake up.

    • Ehm Gony , how ignorant are you ..

      Thats not even the point of this report .
      The point is , using children force hate on TV . So the population hears it and passes it on to the next generation , keeping the hate alive .

      Imagine your kids (wherever you live) watch that on tv every day , what kind of lesson would they learn ..

    • R. Chadwell

      My response to the parents of the little girls speaking radical Islamist hatred is that when Christ returns they will be taken to heaven with Christ under the age of accountability in the Holy Bible! Just because ignorant parents try and brainwash their children does not mean that their children will got to hell along with them! Repent of your sin’s in the name of Jesus Christ, accept Christ as your lord and savior and become saved by the living God Jesus Christ! God Bless, may Jehovah be with you always! O:)

  • Fredric M. London

    No question, the PA is definitely dedicated to peace. See how they teach their children to love and respect Jews? You know that all they need is the West Bank, and they will be partners for peace. Obvious, isn’t it? I wonder if Kerry saw this? Or Obama?

  • Kiflemariam Melake

    Due to lack of the plug I couldn’t see the video. But, I am really sorry for these people who call themselves Palestinian Arabs and who continue propagating racialism openly under the nose of the whole world. The UNGA must see this and others. What do the Conventions and declarations of the UNGA and the UNSC say about propagating racialism, more so cultivating the children to grow becoming racialists and murderers!

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