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Jordanian Actress: Children Are Taught To Revere Palestinian Terrorists As Role Models (Video)


And one in particular, Dalal Mughrabi, is highly esteemed in the culture of death. Mughrabi “led the most lethal terror attack in Israel’s history in 1978, when she and other terrorists hijacked a bus and killed 37 civilians, 12 of them children” …

Luke 17:1-2, “Jesus said to his disciples: ‘Things that cause people to sin are bound to come, but woe to that person through whom they come. It would be better for him to be thrown into the sea with a millstone tied around his neck than for him to cause one of these little ones [children] to sin.’”

Najla Sahwil, Jordanian Actress, on PA TV: “When I was growing up I dreamt of playing the part of that great personality, Dalal Mughrabi. We grew up in school on the personality of this Palestinian female fighter. In first grade, I was throwing stones. In school we were nursed on the politics of Palestine, when we were little kids.”

Flashback: Muslim Cleric Praises Boston Bombers As Models For Children, Says Islam Needs Children Who Will Be Slaughterers – “In a recent article published in Issue 13 of Turkestan Al-Islamiyya, the Turkestan Islamic Party’s journal, an Al-Qaeda Abu Dhar Al Burmicleric praised the Boston Marathon bombing’s Tsarnaev brothers… The ummah is in dire need of children [who will be] slaughterers and fighters of the infidels and the devils – children who will be ascetics by night and knights by day, children who will fight the infidels and the leaders of polytheism’ … This opening brings Abu Dhar to present the Tsarnaev brothers as a model of the kind of jihad fighters that the next generation of Muslims should be raised to emulate.” Read more.

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