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Subject: So Peaceless? What like the prophet of the pagan moon god allah?

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Date Posted: 02:17:31 10/23/02 Wed
In reply to: chadi 's message, "Just wondering about the madness of the fools who flooded my forum yesterday. (read this sweet lesli, or shall I say little slut)" on 14:57:06 09/25/02 Wed

"And of course they got so mad and angry since they are so peaceless, having no sort of compassion, even mercy."

Ya right Chadi, like you have a clue.

"Peace will come only when Palestinians love their children more than they hate Jews"
Israel's Former PM Golda Meir

We all need to post this site's link over the entire web! How can such evil be justified by anyone, liberals, muslims.


It’s a show that won't make the Saturday morning lineup on any American network. But it has had a prominent slot on Palestinian TV. The program lacks the same slick production value of an American children's show, but it's just as influential. It's called The Children's Club.

FOX13 Investigative Reporter
Glenn Selig

It comes complete with puppet shows, games, songs and a very chilling message about becoming a suicide bomber. A little girl sings in Arabic about her ultimate ambition in life.

(Song Translation) “Oh sing my sister constantly about my life as a suicide warrior.”

Teaching to hate

(Song Translation) “I foresee my death, but I march quickly. Am I afraid? Life has little value because I'm returning to my lord and my people will know I am a hero.”

That message is repeated again and again in song and verse.

(Song Translation) “I will come at the time of drought with my best efforts bring a machine gun, violence anger, anger, anger...”

The children, most of them elementary school age, shout a message of violence.
“I will return with the dawn of tomorrow. It is my conviction of launch a jihad.”

message of violence
(Song Translation) “When I wander into Jerusalem, I'll turn into a suicide warrior in battle dress, in battle dress, in battle dress.”

A teacher cheers them on, “Bravo, bravo, bravo.”

If you're like most Americans, you had no idea that the show existed, but the Children's Club is no secret to Israelis.

“I am still shocked every time I see it,” says Hela Crown-Tamir who lived in Israel for 19 years.

“Imagine a teacher telling them bravo, "Crown-Tamir says, "because they're going to grow up to be a militant Islamic suicide bomber.”

Hela Crown-Tamir
Crown-Tamir moved back to The Tampa Bay area to escape the violence that ruined her travel business. She says Americans are just now waking up to the realities Israelis have been facing for years, that children are trained as suicide bombers. Because it's so dramatic, some Israeli groups have used excerpts from The Children's Club to produce a campaign against Palestinian leader Yassir Arafat.

But are Palestinian children really educated this way? Or is this just an Israeli propaganda tool? We contacted several Islamic groups in the Tampa Bay area, but no one from any of those organizations would even agree to watch the tape.

Professor Abdelwahab Hachiche
University of South Florida professor Abdelwahab Hachiche did agree to watch it.
“I always keep a reasonable degree of skepticism about anything I see or anything I read.”

Hachiche is an internationally recognized expert on Mideast terrorism. He's also an Arab and a Moslem. Until we gave him the tape, he'd never heard of the show. And while he says he has no idea who produced it, he says the translations are accurate and the problem is real.

“And the indoctrination and the danger of indoctrination is very, very serious.”

Dr. Hachiche calls this kind of teaching nothing short of infanticide. But he hopes children growing up in today's Islamic world will ultimately reject these messages of hatred.

“On both sides the younger generation are looking for true leaders who will have the courage to overcome this passion that is leading to mutual destruction.”

Still, in the mid-east the violence continues. And now even in America we're looking terrorism right in the face-- listening and wondering if this is the voice of the future.

" Those who fill the minds of children with hate, who use the bodies of children as weapons, who exploit the deaths of the young to further their own power-- have as their goal the destruction of peace and freedom."
Paul Wolfowitz

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