'Palestinian' children's TV incites to attack Jews

Tuvia Brodie,

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Tuvia Brodie
Tuvia Brodie has a PhD from the University of Pittsburgh under the name Philip Brodie. He has worked for the University of Pittsburgh, Chatham College and American Express. He and his wife made aliyah in 2010. All of his children have followed. He believes in Israel's right to exist. He believes that the words of Tanach (the Jewish Bible) are meant for us. His blog address is http://tuviainil.blogspot.com He usually publishes 3-4 times a week on his blog and 1-3 times at Arutz Sheva. Please check the blog regularly for new posts.

This morning, February 9, 2016, Israel radio announced another terror attack against Jews. A short while later, Israel's online news industry posted the report (Uzi Baruch, "Two attempted stabbings thwarted this morning, Arutz Sheva, February 9, 2016). 

In Israel, these reports have been constant since September 13, 2015. That's the date the current wave of anti-Jew Arab terror is said to have begun. 

Since September 13, 2015, some 29 Jews have been killed by terrorists (plus one 'Palestinian') ("Wave of terror 2015/16", Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs, February 7, 2016). Another 344 Jews have been injured (ibid).

During the almost-five month period ending February 6, 2016, there have been 170 stabbings and attempted stabbings, 70 shootings and 30 car-ramming attacks (ibid)--all against Jews. That adds up to almost two attacks per day, every day for 146 days. 

By suppertime today, we hit the two-per-day average.

There were three incidents today. The first two incidents occurred before 10 am local time. The third incident occurred after 4 pm.

The first of these three incidents might not get listed as an attack or as an attempted attack (Arutz Sheva, above). A 13-year old girl was arrested at the entrance to a Jewish community (to the south of Jerusalem) just before 10 am local time. She had appeared at the guarded entrance carrying a long knife on her person. She was taken for questioning (ibid). 

A short while later, a 16-year old girl was stopped several miles away in Jerusalem, near the Damascus Gate. She'd been acting suspiciously. When Israeli Police at that site stopped her, she drew out a knife and tried to stab the officers.  They overpowered her and arrested her. 

The third incident occurred not too far from the first incident (Cynthia Blank, "One injured in stabbing attack in Gush Etzion",Arutz Sheva, February 9, 2016). This time, an Israeli Jewish civilian was stabbed in his shoulder by an unidentified assailant. The assailant escaped. Police are looking for him.

Based on the ages of the first two Arab attackers (or, potential attackers), one might wonder why 13- and 16-year old girls--children, really--have become terrorists. Arab advocates would say, they've become frustrated by israeli occupation. But that's not correct.

Most of these children, when discussing on Facebook their intent, don't mention such 'frustration'. Instead, they speak of their desire for 'martyrdom', something they've seen glorified often and repeatedly on TV.

The truth is, children have played a prominent role in this current terror wave. Using children for terror attacks is a 'Palestinian' innovation (Vic Rosenthal, "Terror children, the latest Palestinian innovation, abuyehuda, November 13 , 2015). The Palestinian Authority turns its children into actors who star in only one barbaric and macabre appearance.

Jews in Israel innovate in science, medicine and high-tech. Arabs in the Palestinian Authority (PA) innovate in ways to kill Jews. These contrasting ways to innovate are one of the differences that separate 'Palestinians' from Jews. 

Of course, using children to kill an enemy is a war crime. It's a major Human Rights violation. But, as usual, no one in the world is interested in pointing this out because these aren't Jewish children who have been duped into becoming killers. They're Arab children.

Why would Arab children want to kill? Why don't Jewish children want to kill?

Imagine, for a moment, that you're an eight-year old Arab child living in the PA. You like watching TV. Your parents are careful, however. They only want you to watch 'age-appropriate' TV. 

Of course, you'll do as your parents say. You will watch only age-appropriate programming. You'll watch programs designed foryou, an average eight-year old child.

Here's a brief video from youtube. It was captured from Arab TV in 2014 by the Israel NGO, MEMRI, which monitors Arab-only media. 

It's an excerpt from a children's program. It's 1:42 long.

What you see in this children's program is pure, Nazi-style Jew-hate propaganda. It dehumanizes Jews (Jews are called barbaric apes). It demonizes Jews (Jews are 'raised on shedding blood'). 

In Israel, those who work with the UN have recently declared that the exposure of children "to the type and intensity of incitement and violence that would lead to this kind of act [attacking a Jew to kill] is unadulterated child abuse,” ("Head of Israeli Fund for UNICEF condemns use of children as terrorists", jpupdates, February 5, 2016). 

In Israel today, 2016, we see a children's Intifada. Children attack Jews to kill. Perhaps you've wondered how children could do that.

Perhaps this brief video explains it to you.

PS. Jewish children in Israel never see this kind of TV programming. It simply doesn't exist in Israel.