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Hamas TV Calls for “Killing Jews”

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A screenshot from the Hamas TV music video calling for the killing of Jews.

A video that appeared on Hamas’s TV station that called for the destruction of Israel, and which Palestinian Media Watch recently posted to Youtube, was only one of many the station aired during Israel’s recent Operation Pillar of Defense.

Another music video called for “killing Jews.” Here are additional lyrics provided by PalWatch:

“[Oh] lovers of the trigger:
Killing the occupiers [Israelis] is worship that Allah made into law…”
Arabic text on sign: “‘Killing Jews is worship that draws us close to Allah’
Arise, oh determined men. The color of [the Martyr’s] blood protects the land.
Oh masked one wearing a keffiyeh (i.e., Arab head scarf), terrifying the Jews… call out in Zionism’s face: ‘Muhammad’s army has begun to return.'”

A clip of the video can be viewed below:

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Another video boasts of the accomplishments of Hamas’s military wing, al-Qassam Brigades:

“We are the [Al-Qassam] Brigades
Brigades – we kidnap soldiers
Brigades – we kill Jews
Brigades – we watch the borders
Brigades – we are not afraid of death
Brigades – gear up your weapon
Gear up, gear up
Destroy the usurper’s dens and set fire to the oppressors
Through training and preparations, you roar, oh lion of Qassam
It’s in your hands to get [our] country back and then we will raise the banner of Islam.”
Hebrew texts on screen addressing Israelis:
“Your body parts are scattered everywhere.”
“The cemeteries await you.”

A clip of the video can be viewed below:

As Palestinian Media Watch has noted, both Hamas and the PA have a history of this sort of incendiary rhetoric.

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