Gaza children’s TV program praises Palestinian terrorists as ‘true heroes’


Female youngsters on a Hamas TV children’s program said Palestinian attackers were ‘executed in cold blood’ by the Jews.

By i24news


A children’s television show in the Gaza Strip hosted a show where the kids praised Palestinians that have stabbed Israelis during the current wave of violence as “true heroes.”

Gaza Kids Show ( MEMRI )

Children’s show in Gaza praises Palestinian attackers as ‘true heroes’- Gaza Kids Show ( MEMRI )

The segment, which aired on Al-Kitab TV on October 4th, showcased a discussion about the current situation between girls who were dressed in the traditional keffiyeh and hijab, and hailed the attacks against Israelis.

One of the girls said “Glory and eternity to our pure martyrs. We salute their families, and we revere the young heroes who have sacrificed their lives for Jerusalem, and who carried out all those great heroic acts.” The host of the show, who is also a young, added that “We love them and kiss their hands, because they are true heroes.”

On the show, the girls expressed that Israel was falsely claiming that these Palestinians had committed terrorist attacks and that they had been “executed in cold blood.”

A girl said that “When the settlers see a Palestinian walking down the street, they throw a knife next to him, and claim that he was trying to carry out a stabbing operation.”

MEMRI”Palestinian girl on Gaza children’s show”

Encouraging more martyrs, she said that one day they would be honored by “all the museums of the world.”

She finished by saying that “The Israelis fight with missile and tanks, but we fight with stones. We are not afraid. They are more afraid than us. They love life.”

Since the beginning of October, ten Israelis have been killed in terror attacks by Palestinians, and dozens more have been injured. Approximately 50 Palestinians have also died clashing with Israeli security forces and attempting stabbings and attacks against Israelis.

The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), translated the piece and uploaded it to YouTube on Thursday. MEMRI is a media monitoring group based in the United States.


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