CBN reports on PMW bulletin: Little girls recited Antisemitic poem on PA TV
P.A. Broadcasts Girls Reciting Anti-Semitic Poem
JERUSALEM, Israel -- Despite talk about peace talks, the Palestinian Authority, is continuing to air anti-Semitic content and is even using children to do so.
Palestinian Media Watch has been monitoring P.A. television, newspapers, and magazines, and websites for years.
Last week, the Palestinian Authority's official state television featured two young sisters reciting a poem.
The show's hostess introduces two sisters, saying, "Let's meet these girls who want to recite a short poem."
The little girls with long dark hair wearing pink dresses recite the poem they've committed to memory.
Watch the video below, translated by PMW:
"I do not fear the rifle because your throngs are in delusion and ignorant herds. Jerusalem is my land, Jerusalem is my honor, Jerusalem is my days and my wildest dreams. Oh, you (Jews according to Islam) who murdered Allah's pious prophets, Oh, you who were brought up on spilling blood, you have been condemned to humiliation and hardship. Oh, sons of Zion, oh, most evil among creations, oh, barbaric monkeys, wretched pigs," the first little girl says, smiling as her sister recites the second half.
"Jerusalem is not your den," the second girl says. "Jerusalem opposes your throngs. Jerusalem vomits from within it your impurity. Because Jerusalem, you impure ones, is pious, immaculate and Jerusalem, you who are filth, is clean and pure. I do not fear barbarity. As long as my heart is my Koran (Islam's holy book) and my city, as long as I have my arm and my stones, as long as I am free and do not barter my cause, I will not fear your throngs. I will not fear the rifle."