On Gaza TV, Hamas bunny brainwashes kids, declaring: I will eat the Jews!

JERUSALEM – Hamas has reached a new low in its cartoon brainwashing of kids to kill Israelis: a Bugs Bunny look-alike who declares, “I will eat the Jews!”

Assud the rabbit is the newest star of “Tomorrow’s Pioneers,” a Hamas-authorized kids show that airs on Gaza TV and is beamed around the Arab world.

The ‘religion of peace’ brainwashes kids with its hatred.

The 6-foot bomber bunny appeared on camera in recent days with a head-scarf-wearing little girl named Saraa.

She sits listening entranced to the rabbit’s rants.


“I, Assud, will finish off the Jews and eat them,” he hisses.

“Allah willing!” Saraa says.

It’s the latest use of cuddly figures by Hamas terrorists “to teach hate and violence,” said Itamar Marcus, director of Palestinian Media Watch.

“This program is telling us that they see children as tools in their propaganda and their war,” Marcus said. “They have no problem stealing their children’s youth.”


Before Assud, Hamas’ use of a Mickey Mouse character called Farfur to preach hate gained worldwide condemnation.

The producers of the show later told kids that Farfur had been beaten to death by Israeli soldiers.

A short-lived bee character called Nahul was also killed off recently – his death blamed on Israelis preventing him from reaching a hospital to get urgent medical treatment.

The same electricity that Israel supplies to Gaza is used by the terrorist TV broadcasters to beam the hatred, Marcus noted.


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New York Daily News, USA
Feb. 12, 2008
Matthew Kalman
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