Kids, cartoons and animals: Top 5 most bizarre anti-Semitic videos

MEMRI translates clips from Palestinian media showing incitement aimed at children.

January 6, 2015 11:31

Palestinian media showing incitement aimed at children

Palestinian media showing incitement aimed at children


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Israel has long accused the Palestinian leadership of turning a blind eye to incitement against Israel, and even being behind the incitement themselves.

Thanks to MEMRI, we have been made privy to some of the bizarre incidents of anti-Semitic and anti-Israel incitement in the Palestinian media.

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In the video clips translated by MEMRI, children appear to be the clear target of the incitement, with actors dressed up as furry stuffed animals and cartoon characters speaking out against the Jews and the occupation.

Here are five of the most bizarre videos of the genre.

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