Hamas Kids’ TV Rabbit: We Will Kill the Danes

(IsraelNN.com) A Hamas-run children’s TV program aired recently encouraging hatred of Denmark, the West and Israel. The show’s star, a rabbit named Assud, threatens to “bite and eat” the Danish if they republish cartoons of Islam’s founder, Mohammed.

“If they repeat it we will kill them,” Assud explains to the young viewers. “I will bite them and eat them!”

The program focuses on the call to boycott Danish and Israeli products. “Denmark and the West are targeted because of the Mohammad cartoons in a Danish newspaper,” Palestinian Media Watch Director Itamar Marcus points out in a recent dispatch. “Israel is targeted because it exists.”

Saraa, the young TV hostess of the program, describes the publication of the Muhammad cartoons as “the West’s attack against [Mohammed].” The program then features children phoning into the program to condemn the “cowardly infidels” and vow to fight them.

“The children’s show, Tomorrow’s Pioneers, has used its previous animal character co-hosts, the Mickey Mouse lookalike Farfur and the bee Nahul, to champion violence, promote hatred of Israel and preach about world Islamic supremacy,” Marcus said. “To further reinforce its anti-Israel message, Hamas has killed off both characters and blamed Israel.” Continue reading

Acid Attack On Two Turkish Girls For Wearing Short Skirts

A high school senior and an elementary school student were attacked in the Mediterranean town of Mersin with strong acid spray. In two separate incidents within the same hour both girls were approached from behind by a group of young men who commented on the length of their skirts and told them it was too short. The girls were sprayed with acidic substance that burnt and melted their stockings and caused deep lacerations on the back of their legs. The girls were treated in the hospital. The police is searching for the culprits that are believed to be the same ones, in both incidents.


According to media reports, uncovered women in Mersin, who wear shorter length skirts, are in fear of similar attacks.

Source: Hurriyet, Milliyet, Vatan, Cumhuriyet, TDN, Turkey, February 14, 2008


Saudi tutor gets lashes for meeting student (and prison)

A married university professor has been sentenced to 180 lashes and eight months in prison for having coffee with a female student.

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Iran: Four months in jail and 30 lashes for walking dog in streets

Tehran, 19 Feb.(AKI) – A 70-year-old man has been sentenced by an Iranian judge to four months in jail and 30 lashes for going out on the street with his dog.

The incident took place in Shahr Rey, a suburb of Tehran when the owner of the dog was caught by a police who quickly handcuffed the man. He was later charged by an Islamic judge for “disturbing the public order”.
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How to be a (CAIR) Muslim

How to be a (CAIR) Muslim

(The Council on American-Islamic Relations)

There are some Muslims who do interpret Islam differently from how we see the Wahabbi-funded lobbyist group, CAIR, and so many like-minded others practicing their faith. So, please don’t draw too much from this. Everything we know about being a Muslim, we learned from watching the Council on American-Islamic Relations and then looking into Islam to find out what compels the group to act as it does.


So, You Want to Be a Muslim

So, want to be a Muslim.

Perhaps you are experiencing a craving related to self-actualization, such as the desire to belong to something larger than yourself. Being a Muslim, after all, gives you an instant sense of community (and instant status as a victim), even if it is with a petulant group that contributes little more to the world than temper tantrums and sporadic terrorism.

Perhaps you’ve been raised without a religion, suddenly realized that there is a God, and happen to know Muslims who seem satisfied and happy with their faith (as if that is what determines religious truth). We’re willing to bet, however, that you’re getting fed a version of Islam that is quite a bit rosier than reality. In fact, the Muslims that you know may not understand the dark corners of their own religion and the life of its prophet as well as they think.

Or maybe you just want to be different. After all, with the many incidents of Islamic terror around the globe these days, becoming a Muslim is fast surpassing tattoos and nose rings as the most effective way of shocking friends and family. So is that it? You just want to stand out in the crowd… make people feel a little uncertain around you… make them think that there is something mysterious about you?

Terms and Conditions

Well, the first thing you should know about being a Muslim is that it is a permanent choice. Unlike every other religion in the world, only Islam proscribes the death penalty for anyone foolish enough to leave the Religion of Peace. Tony Soprano’s famous statement, “Once you enter this family, there’s no gettin’ out,” sounds like a euphemism compared to Muhammad’s blunt command: “If anyone leaves his religion, then kill him.”

If you realize your error after the fact, then there is the option of keeping your personal beliefs to yourself, as millions of apostates in the Islamic world have learned to do. But, losing the freedom to speak truthfully about your convictions will be a sacrifice that may become more meaningful to you as you mature.

Also, be forewarned that accepting Islam means learning to think differently about your non-Muslim friends and family – and not in a good way. More on this later.

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Islam and the War against Freedom of Expression (Adrian Morgan)

The Danish Cartoons

On September 30, 2005, the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published a series of 12 images of Mohammed, founder of Islam. The intention was not to insult Islam, but to highlight how artists had become too scared to tackle Islam head-on. The issue stemmed from attempts by Kare Blultgen, a Danish author, to find illustrators to provide pictures for a children’s book he had written about Mohammed, founder of Islam. Blultgen said he found no artist willing to take the risk of depicting Mohammed. As a result, Jyllands-Posten invited artists from across Denmark to submit their pictures. These can be seen here.

There was limited reaction within Denmark, until Palestinian-born radical cleric Ahmed Abu Laban, who ran the Waqfs mosque in Copenhagen, decided to send a delegation to tour the Middle East. The delegation brought a dossier containing the cartoons. Dishonestly, Laban added three pictures which were never printed by Jyllands-Posten. One of these was a crude drawing of Mohammed, emblazoned with the word “pedophile”, while another purported to be a picture of Mohammed as a pig. This was a photocopy of a photograph of the winner of a French pig-squealing competition, and had no relation to the Danish cartoons.

In October 2005, one website carried messages from “The Glory Brigades in Northern Europe” which threatened retribution against Jyllands-Posten and Denmark. In the same month, 5,000 Muslims organized a demonstration in Copenhagen against the cartoons and the newspaper. On October 20, 2005, ambassadors from 11 Muslim countries petitioned Danish premier Anders Fogh Rasmussen to protest the publication of the images.

Carsten Juste, editor of Jyllands-Posten, said: “To demand that we take religious feelings into consideration is irreconcilable with [W]estern democracy and freedom of expression. This doesn’t mean that we want to insult any Muslims.” Two illustrators, Franz Fuschel and Kurt Westgaard had been issued with death threats and forced into hiding. Fuschel said that he had not set out to offend, “but I live in 2005, not 905 and I use my quill in the way that Danish law allows me.” Continue reading

Hamas TV unveils Jew-eating bunny

A JEW-eating rabbit named Assud has become the newest star of a militant Palestinian children’s television show after the death of his “brother”.

The Pioneers of Tomorrow children’s series produced by Palestinian group Hamas and made famous by a Mickey Mouse-looking character declaring jihad on Israel and the US, introduced Assud the Bunny.

Assud – who said in his first episode that he would “get rid of the Jews, Allah willing, and… will eat them up” – replaced his brother, Nahoul the Bee, according to the translation from the Middle East Media Research Institute.

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In an interview with the program’s host, a young girl purportedly named Saraa Barhoum, Assud talked about becoming martyrdom.

“We are all martyrdom-seekers, are we not, Saraa?” Assud said on the show.

Saraa said: “Of course we are. We are all ready to sacrifice ourselves for the sake of our homeland. We will sacrifice our souls and everything we own for the homeland.”

According to the program’s plotline, Nahoul died because he could not leave Gaza to seek medical treatment from neighbouring Egypt.

Nahoul himself replaced the program’s original star, Farfur the Mouse, who was “killed by an Israeli soldier”.