He Ru Follow us: Make a7 your Homepage
      Free Daily Israel Report

      Arutz 7 Most Read Stories

      The Tamar Yonah Show
      by Tamar Yonah
      A biting & sometimes humorous analysis of current events, Israeli politics & the Jewish World.
      Email Me
      Subscribe to this blog’s RSS feed


      (Eastern / New York time)

      Sundays:        8am

      Tuesdays:      12 noon

      Wednesdays: 12 noon

      Tamar Yonah is one of Israel's most popular English-speaking radio show hosts. She made Aliyah from Southern California and after serving in the Israeli army began a prolific career in radio, including production, news and program development. She was the original creator and producer of 'The Aliyah Show' and still works whenever she can in that field. Tamar is a political activist, wife and mother residing in Judea and Samaria and currently hosts the top-rated shows of The Weekend Edition & The Tamar Yonah Show. Her award winning blog covers current events, religion, politics and anything else that's on her mind.

      Join Tamar on TWITTER !

      Av 2, 5771, 8/2/2011

      Cannibals & Children Warriors

      by Tamar Yonah

      The film above is disturbing to watch, yet it is gripping.

      How do the rebels get kids into their ranks and become brutal heartless killers themselves?  The rebels go in and slaughter the father, mother and siblings leaving one child left, and then these young boys, some as young as 5 years old bereft of any family but the rebels themselves, get pulled into their 'new family.

      These cut throats could be the missing twin of the Hamas, Al Qaida, and other terror groups.  One thing I hope you catch when you watch this film...  is the part when the RUF (Revolutionary United Front) Col. Sharif (the African with the tooth necklace) tells the British Major Ashby, that some of these African rebels believe that if they eat the heart of a brave man, they will be brave themselves.  The major then asked him if he had ever eaten anyone.  Col. Sharif replies, "Yes".  Major Ashby says, "Okay".  He then asks him, "Is it true what they say?  Does it taste like Pork?  

      Col. Sharif replies, "I don't know, I'm Muslim."




      <embed src="http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/channel/videos/satellite/satelliteEmbedPlayer.swf" bgcolor="#000000" flashVars="videoRef=10272&shareURL=http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/player/national-geographic-channel/all-videos/av-10185-10385/ngc-sierra-leone.html&embedConfigFileName=config.xml"  allowFullScreen="true" name="flashObj" width="496" height="279" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" swLiveConnect="true" allowScriptAccess="always" pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/download/index.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash"></embed>