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Friday, July 20, 2007

Nahoul The Killer Bee
Replaces Martyred Farfour Mouse

From ABC News (that's not FOX News for you Liberals):

    Al Aqsa television station, run by the militant group Hamas, has come up with another controversial character for its young Palestinian viewers.

    First the station brought us Farfour, the Mickey Mouse look-alike character who espoused Islamic domination and martyrdom. The character received widespread international coverage — most of it negative.

    Now comes Nahoul the bee, a different animal carrying the same message of Islamic extremism and self-sacrifice.


    "I want to continue in the path of Farfour, the path of Islam, of heroism, of martyrdom and of the mujahedeen. … We will take revenge of the enemies of Allah," the bee says.

    It's likely Nahoul, already being called the "killer bee" by some, will attract the same level of outrage in Israel and the international community. It's not clear whether the little bee will receive the same fate as its bigger and furrier predecessor.

The "late" Farfour circa 2007 and Nahoul The Bee

Hmmmmmmm...it is "likely" Nahoul will receive the same amount outrage in Israel and the international community? Ya think?

Does it matter whether it's a mouse or bee calling for the death of Jews - or anyone - instead of the message being sent rather than the physical representation of the hatred? But then the program may not appeal to little and young children. Children of say... terrorists, because just like Roise O'Donnell told us, terrorists are parents too. Nahoul must be preaching the good, 'love thy neighbor part' of Islam to the children.

Farfour became a martyr, recently. His obituary is here.



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