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Little girl on official PA TV sings song showing “Zionists” as killers: “Criminals came to our village, killed my father… The Zionists were here’’

Yara, guest on official PA TV program Giants of Endurance: "I'm a little Palestinian girl, still the age of flowers

My heart is good, my intention pure, and I do not harm anyone
I know my home. I know my land, my nice family around me
All that I want is at hand, through love and compassion…
Criminals came to our village, killed my father and took my brother
They said: ‘This is our land.’ [I was] shocked and my eyes teared
I screamed: ‘Why? What did I do?’ Nobody answered me
It just said on our door: ‘The Zionists were here’ ...
Afterwards, someone came that I already saw . He looked like one of them and was walking in circles around me"

[Photo of Ibrahim Hamed - Hamas military leader serving 54 life sentences for orchestrating suicide attacks that killed a total of 46 Israels.]

Yara, guest on official PA TV program Giants of Endurance: "I was so angry I grabbed a stone and threw it, and I am not strong
They caught me, hit me, and told me I will stand trial for the attack
They arrested me and accused me of being a criminal and a terrorist…
Who would agree to such shame, O mankind, hear my voice
There are many like me, when will I see freedom?
When will I see freedom? When will I see freedom?"

Ibrahim Hamed - Hamas military leader serving 54 life sentences for orchestrating suicide attacks that killed a total of 46 Israelis.  These attacks included the bombings at the Hebrew University cafeteria (9 killed, July 31, 2002), Moment Cafe (12 killed, March 9, 2002), Hillel Cafe (7 killed, Sept. 9, 2003), Zion Square in the center of Jerusalem (11 killed, Dec. 1, 2001), and others.

The girl performing the song is the daughter of Qadura Fares, chairman of the Prisoners’ Club, former PA minister without portfolio (2003-2005) and former member of PA Parliament (Legislative Council, 1996-2006).

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