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Brainwashed Palestinian 10-year-old girl wishes to murder all Jews
The Jerusalem Post (www.jpost.com) reports that some brainwashed Palestinian children wish to murder all Jews:
"We want to defend [Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser] Arafat and kill the Jews wherever they are," said 10-year-old schoolgirl Aysheh Muhammad as she gripped a poster of Arafat outside his battered office Sunday, chanting slogans in his support along with her classmates. [...]
Many times you'll hear that the Palestinians "have no choice" in their racism, hate, and mass murder of Israeli women and children. That's simply not true: they've had many occasions to choose peace and get an independent State of their own (click here for details).
Unfortunately their choice is clear: war and death. They'll get both.
I copy the full article below.
'I'm prepared to kill Jews wherever they are' Palestinian schoolgirl
"We want to defend [Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser] Arafat and kill the Jews wherever they are," said 10-year-old schoolgirl Aysheh Muhammad as she gripped a poster of Arafat outside his battered office Sunday, chanting slogans in his support along with her classmates.
"I came here to defend President Arafat against the occupiers who are killing us every day. I'm prepared to make a big sacrifice. I'm prepared to go to the Jews myself and to kill them wherever they are just as they killed us and destroyed us," she said.
Muhammad and her friends were among hundreds of Palestinian children who flocked to Arafat's compound to express their solidarity for the man they fear has been marked for death by the Israeli government.
In their green- and white-striped school uniforms, the children from al-Amari refugee camp stood sweating in the midday sun, grasping bottles of water and hoping for a glimpse of their hero, who they know by his nom de guerre, Abu Amar.
"Abu Amar, show us your face, with our blood and souls, we will redeem you," they screamed until they were hoarse.
"We can help Abu Amar with the stones of Palestine. At school they tell us, go to liberate Palestine. We are not like the Jews, they are just cowards," said Muhammad.
Her classmate, Lara Abu Kwaik, 11, agreed. "It's our duty to defend Palestine with all our might," she said. "We have to carry out suicide attacks because the Jews are killing us.
"We came here to chant slogans in support of Arafat. We came here to see him, because the Jews tried to kill him. We came to see him before they kill him. We are not like the Jews, they are just cowards," she echoed Muhammad. "They are afraid of us." But Arafat did not reward his young admirers with a personal appearance. He was busy upstairs receiving loyal delegations of Fatah and PLO officials, Arab Knesset members, and trusted advisers.
There was sigh of relief in Arafat's inner circle on Sunday when Syrian Foreign Minister Farouk Shara phoned Arafat to express his country's solidarity with him. According to a senior Palestinian Authority official, the call from Damascus is extremely significant, because it is one of the few Arab countries that have openly challenged Arafat for decades.
Ironically, Syria is one of two Arab countries that ever dared to expel Arafat from their territories. The other country is Jordan, from where Arafat had to flee disguised as a woman following the bloody events of September 1970.
In 1985, the late Syrian president Hafez Assad declared Arafat persona non grata, forcing him to leave Damascus shortly after his plane landed in the capital's international airport. Arafat was deeply offended by the expulsion a move that seriously humiliated him in the eyes of his people and the rest of the Arab world.
By late Sunday, not a single Arab head of state or monarch had phoned Arafat in person to express support for him. That's why the phone call from Shara was welcomed in Ramallah as a "brotherly act of solidarity."
Wearing dark sunglasses, the smartly dressed Nabil Abu Rudeineh, a spokesman for Arafat, emerged from the building to grant a series of interviews to local and foreign journalists. He had nothing new to say, but many journalists still surrounded him and bombarded him with questions about Arafat, Israel, the US, and the PA Prime Minister-designate Ahmed Qurei (Abu Ala).
Asked about the latest developments regarding the formation of a new Palestinian cabinet, he said: "Abu Ala is upstairs right now and he's in the process of forming his government. We hope that within the coming four or five days he will be able to present to President Arafat and to the legislative council his cabinet. I think he's doing a very good job. The most important thing is that the Israelis and the Americans should not obstruct his efforts."
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