Watch: Palestinian kids play 'hide-and-go-stab'

Gruesome new playground favorite in Arab town in Samaria has kids enact stabbing attacks, replete with knife and kippahs for 'victims.'

Ari Yashar ,

Terrorist kids (illustration)
Terrorist kids (illustration)
Mostafa Ashqar/Flash 90

Incitement in Palestinian Arab society has reached a new low as captured in a disturbing video being shared on Arab social media in recent days, which reveals that the latest rage in playground games among Palestinian Authority (PA) schoolchildren is "hide-and-go-stab."

In the video, filmed at the Farah "refugee camp" near Jenin in Samaria, four Arab children play the part of Jewish victims replete with kippahs on their heads, and walk past where a child playing the role of the Arab terrorist is lurking behind a corner. He then jumps out and pretends to stab each of them in turn with a knife, using the handle side of the lethal weapon.

The children fall, shouting "ima," the Hebrew word for mother, as they play out the part of Jewish victims and other children videotape the entire "game."

The new fad, educating the next generation of terrorists who have come as young as 11 in the recent wave of attacks, can be seen by clicking on the image below.