The Hamas Television is using a clone of Disney’s Mickey Mouse to teach
children to hate Israel and America, and aspire to Islam’s inevitable
and impending world domination.
The squeaky-voiced Mickey Mouse lookalike,
named Farfur, is the star of a weekly children’s program called Tomorrow’s
Pioneers on the official Hamas TV station (Al-Aqsa TV). Farfur and
his co-host, a young girl named Saraa’, teach children about such things
as the importance of the daily prayers and drinking milk, while taking
every opportunity to indoctrinate young viewers with teachings of Islamic
supremacy, hatred of Israel and the US and support of "resistance" – the
Palestinian euphemism for terror.
Farfur tells children that they must pray
in the mosque five times a day until there is “world leadership under
Islamic leadership.” The earnest and soft-spoken Saraa’ explains that
the nucleus of this world Islamic leadership will be from “all of Palestine,”
i.e., including Israel. Farfur refers to Israel as “the oppressive invading
Zionist occupation,” which the children must "resist."
In a religious warning that is striking,
considering the young age of the target audience, Saraa’ announces that
after death, the children will have to answer to Allah for what they did
or did not do for the Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, and for Palestinian
“I remind you that Al-Aqsa and the prisoners
are a responsibility on our shoulders, and Allah will ask us on Resurrection
Day what we gave for their sake.”
The writing in this show is quite sophisticated.
Farfur's performance is unquestionably funny and entertaining, as is the
character’s comic timing. For example, as he rhymes off a list of world
figures, he chirps: “We will win, Bush! We will win, Condoleezza! We will
win, Sharon!” Then, without missing a beat, he quips, “Ah, Sharon is dead”
(sic), reinforcing his message that the plan for world domination is progressing.
Using a character based on an appealing,
world famous and beloved icon like Mickey Mouse to teach Islamic supremacy
and resistance as Islamic duty is a powerful and effective way to indoctrinate
The effectiveness of this program is heightened
by including child viewers, who phone in to the show and recite poems
with images of hate and violence; for example, “We will destroy the chair
of the despots, so they will taste the flame of death;” and, "Rafah sings
‘Oh, oh.’ Its answer is an AK-47. We who do not know fear, we are the
predators of the forest."
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