‘Palestinians’ stoke Jew-hatred in Gaza
By Stan Goodenough
March 27, 2008
Palestinian Arab children in Gaza, already saturated with hatred of the Jewish people and deeply dedicated to the destruction of Israel, now have a new school outing to look forward to that is geared to only brutalize them further as it intensifies their hate.
According to reports in the Israeli press Wednesday, the exhibit these children and their parents can now visit is a model of a crematorium of the type used by the Nazis to burn the bodies of the Jews they had gassed.
Instead of Jews, Palestinian Arab children are seen inside this oven, which is being manned and fed by Israelis.
Erected by the so-called National Committee for Defense of Children from the Holocaust – a “Palestinian” group – the exhibit, according to the Al-Ayam daily in Ramallah, “includes a large oven and inside it small children are being burned. The picture speaks for itself.”
In a statement quoted in The Jerusalem Post, the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) said “there seems to be no limit to the depravity of Palestinian hate education and incitement.”
Said ZOA President Morton Klein: “We have seen over the years every sort of perversity, including educating children to become suicide bombers and honoring mass murderers. Here, the Palestinians, both Hamas and Fatah, depict Israelis as exterminating-Nazis, while teaching nothing about the actual Holocaust in which the wartime Palestinian leadership of Haj Amin el-Husseini was in fact very active. Husseini not only orchestrated campaigns of murder against Jews in the British Mandate, but also became an ally of the Nazis and worked hard to speed up the work of deportation and murder.
“The depiction of Israelis as exterminating-Nazis essentially sends the message that Jews are evil people who should, like the Nazi regime, be destroyed. It is a travesty that many nations, including the US, continue to fund the PA and thereby work to keep this conflict alive while speaking endlessly of working hard to end it. Until and unless the Palestinians are held to their commitments to end terrorism and the incitement to hatred and murder that feeds it, no peace can be expected to become even feasible,” Klein added.