I guess this what our tax dollars are funding

Hat tip: LGF

Hamas For Kids

The headline for this story of death cult child abuse is inaccurate; in fact, the Hamas children’s web site the article describes has been in operation for at least a year: Hamas Launches Web Site Encouraging Kids to Become ‘Martyrs’.


The Hamas-run Al-Fateh.net glorifies shahada, martyrdom, and presents the deaths of terrorists attacking Israelis as a time of celebration, according to a report by Palestinian Media Watch.

One of the stories on the site quotes a mother saying that when she heard her son had become a shahid, a martyr, she bought dates, candies and coffee to give out. An entire section of the site is called “Stories of the Shahids,” and the most recently posted story honors Hamas terrorist Naseem Ja’abari, who murdered 16 people when he blew himself up on a bus in Be’er Sheva on August 31, 2004.

The page is egalitarian in its encouragement of martyrdom, with a prominently featured drawing of a religiously garbed girl participating in violent attacks (pictured above) on both the homepage and on a second page. The drawing is accompanied by a poem glorifying Jihad, Islamic conquest, and Shahada.


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Hamas in it’s own words

Palestinian Authority Indoctrination of Children to Seek Heroic Death for Allah – Shahada

Tell me again why we are giving these thugs any money at all? 


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