PA Children Call for 'Liberation' of Palestine'
Hizb ut-Tahrir, an Islamic organization which aims to have all Muslim countries unify as an Islamic state or caliphate ruled by Islamic law, has posted a video to YouTube which shows Palestinian Authority Arab children at the Al-Aqsa Mosque calling for the “liberation of Palestine”.
The video, which was recently recorded at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, is a good example of the radical Islamic education given to children in the PA.
The video shows a boy about 12 years of age, standing next to two children aged 8-9. The 12-year-old received the honor of giving the sermon to the thousands of Muslim worshipers who were in attendance that day. He is seen wearing a Hizb ut-Tahrir scarf, and huge banners praising the establishment of an Islamic Caliphate can be viewed in the background.
The PA child attacks in his sermon the idea of a democratic regime, calls on Islamic nations to stand up to their values, and urges Muslim armies not to be negligent in their duty to free the Al-Aqsa Mosque while ignoring the positions of the United States.
He then expresses his commitment, in the name of “the children of Palestine”, to support the struggle to implement Muslim Islamic law.
One of the younger boys is shown shouting out slogans repeated by the crowd, including: "The children of liberation (of Palestine) will not accept the fact that the Al-Aqsa Mosque is being held captive (by Israel)", "The children of Islam want to establish an Islamic state", "O Muslim armies, let's help religion (Islam)", "O Muslim armies, release the Al-Aqsa Mosque which is being held captive (by Israel)."
There are many examples of children in the PA being taught to destroy Israel. This incitement takes place not only in Gaza, where Hamas rules, but also in Judea and Samaria, which is ruled by PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, whom the West hails as a “moderate peace partner”.
Just last week, a cartoon aired on PA TV and translated by MEMRI (Middle East Media Research Institute), shows an anti-Semitic depiction of the battle between the Jews of Medina and Muhammad.
During the cartoon, the Jews are shown conspiring with the devil, and portrayed in various negative stereotypes.