Palestinian child indoctrination

Continued from: Rock-throwing 101: An overview

Indoctrinating toddlers to want to become suicide bombers.

Palestinians indoctrinating their toddlers to want to become suicide bombers.

For generations, Palestinians have been indoctrinating their children to want to murder Jews.  The basic themes of this indoctrination are:

  • That Jews are depraved by nature, and don’t deserve to live.
  • That Jews are occupying Palestinian land (while denying that Jews were on the disputed land for more than 3,000 years – 1,600 years before the emergence of Islam).
  • That children who murder Jews earn a fast-track to a prominent place in paradise, especially if they too are killed in the process.

Palestinian child indoctrination occurs mostly through official channels that are paid for and controlled by the Palestinian Authority (the “PA”): in PA-run schools, on the PA’s official TV, radio and Internet entities, and in PA-influenced mosques.


Recent examples of Palestinian child indoctrination

Here are excerpts of Palestinian indoctrination from a recent compilation by PMW, “Hate Speech For Kids by the PA”:

Palestinian kids taught to hate Israel in UN-funded camps, clip shows, by Lazar Berman, Times of Israel, August 14, 2013.  Excerpt:

New video footage appears to show Palestinian children in summer camps run by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) being taught that “Jews are the wolf,” and that they will one day conquer Israeli cities by force.  The video, uploaded to Youtube in late July and screened in part on Channel 2 news on Tuesday night, was directed by journalist David Bedein, who has written extensively about United Nations activities for the Israel Resource News Agency in Jerusalem. Channel 2 said the UN had promised to look into the indications in the report that UNRWA-funded camps were inciting hostility to Israel among young Palestinians.


Articles about Palestinian child indoctrination

One leading authority on documenting Palestinians’ indoctrination of children is Palestinian Media Watch.  Here are some key links from PMW:

A noted psychiatrist, Dr. Daphne Burdman, has also devoted considerable academic study to this phenomenon, and has produced several scholarly reports:

Hatred of the Jews as a Psychological Phenomenon in Palestinian Society, by  Daphne Burdman, MD, Jerusalem Center For Public Affairs, Jewish Political Studies Review (18:3-4), October 1, 2006.

Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld interviews Daphne Burdman on Palestinian indoctrination of their children, Tunda Tabloids, April 23, 2013.


Are you helping to pay for Palestinian child indoctrination?

You are, if you’re a taxpayer in the United States, Canada or Western Europe.

kidsAs the Palestinians have no functional economy, the bulk of the money used to perpetrate this child indoctrination comes from donations.  Arabic governments donate huge sums to the PA, with the full knowledge of how it is being used.

The biggest non-Arabic sources of funding to the PA, however, are taxpayers in the United States, Canada and Western Europe, who are told by their governments that this money is being donated for “charitable” and “humanitarian” purposes.  For example, in February 2013, despite massive documentation of the PA’s leading role in child indoctrination and terror-incitement, President Obama handed PA president Abbas a check from the U.S. taxpayer for $500 million.

Other sources of funding for the PA are (a) non-governmental organizations (eg the United Nations – whose #1 funder is the U.S.) and (b) private foundations.  As in the U.S., all of these entities report to their constituents that aid money is being used only for charity, food aid, education, etc.

The leading authority on the financial mechanisms that enable Palestinian child indoctrination, and its incitement and rewarding of terrorism, is NGO-Monitor.


Do you want to help stop this madness?

Go to our “Get Involved” page for information and resources on how to make your voice known about Palestinian child indoctrination, and specifically, as it relates to rock-throwing against Jews.

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