Hamas TV: Jihad bumblebee replaces Farfour Mouse

July 16, 2007 18:40


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The "cousin" of Farfour Mouse, a character recently killed by an Israeli on Hamas's Al-Aksa television series, Tomorrow's Pioneers, has been replaced this week by a bumblebee named Nahoul, who pledged to follow in the path of his predecessor - the path of martyrdom. The new character promised to continue on the course "of the Jihad warriors" and to exact "revenge upon the enemies of Allah, the murderers of the prophets," an Islamic expression used by religious leaders to refer to Jews.

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