Friday, March 16, 2007

The Religion Of Peace - NOT

There will be no peace in the middle east until Muslims address the issue of violence sanctioned by their culture, their religion and their governments. The children of a Palestinian terrorist bomber, Rim al-Riyashi, were interviewed by the Hamas media organ, Al-Aqsa TV.

During the TV segment, the interviewer gently asked the children to count the number of Jews murdered by their mother and asked them to recite "Mama Rim," most likely a poem written in honor of the woman's "martyrdom." The interviewer began, "Let's talk with the two children of the jihad-fighting martyrdom-seeker Rim Al-Riyashi -- Dhoha and Muhammad. Dhoha, you love mama, right? Where did mama go?" he asked.
The use of these children for legitimizing unholy terror is disgusting. For a truly horrible picture of these monsters who claim to fight for their god and will use any and all means to glorify murder, read this from Memri:

Following are excerpts of an interview with the children of Palestinian suicide bomber Rim Al-Riyashi, which aired on Al-Aqsa TV on March 8, 2007.

Interviewer: Let's talk with the two children of the jihad-fighting martyrdom-seeker Rim Al-Riyashi - Dhoha and Muhammad. Dhoha, you love mama, right? Where did mama go?

Dhoha: To Paradise.
Interviewer: What did mama do?
Dhoha: She committed martyrdom.
Interviewer: She killed Jews, right?
Interviewer: How many did she kill, Muhammad?
Muhammad: Huh?
Interviewer: How many Jews did mama kill?
Muhammad: This many...
Interviewer: How many is that?
Muhammad: Five.
Interviewer: Do you love mama? Do you miss mama? Where is mama, Muhammad?
Muhammad: In Paradise.
Interviewer: Dhoha, what would you like to recite for us?
Dhoha: In the name of Allah the Merciful the Compassionate. "When comes the help of Allah, and victory, and you see people entering the religion of Allah in troops, then celebrate the praise of your Lord, and ask His forgiveness, for He is ever ready to show mercy."
Interviewer: What else would you like to recite? You have read the surra: "When comes the help of Allah, and victory." What would you like to recite for us now?
Dhoha: "Mama Rim."
Interviewer: Recite the poem "Mama Rim" for us. Recite anything. What would you like to recite?
Interviewer: Muhammad, do you know how to recite?
Muhammad: Yes.
Interviewer: Go on then, recite something for us. What would you like to recite?
Dhoha: I just remembered.
Muhammad: I am in kindergarten.
Interviewer: Are you doing well in kindergarten?
Muhammad: Yes.
Dhoha: I am in kindergarten, I want to tell.
Interviewer: Go on then, tell us. You're in kindergarten too? Are you in kindergarten, Dhoha? In kindergarten or at school?
Dhoha: In kindergarten.
Interviewer: That's great. One should talk about the innocence of children...
Muhammad: I'm in kindergarten too.
Interviewer: You're in kindergarten too.
Dhoha: I want to talk about kindergarten, I want to talk.
Interviewer: What would you like to recite for us? Have you heard the poem "Mama Rim"? Go on then, recite it for us.
Dhoha: "Rim, you are a fire bomb."
Interviewer: Go on, recite it.
Dhoha: "Your children and submachine gun are your motto."
Interviewer: Muhammad, go ahead and recite...
Muhammad: I'm in kindergarten.
Dhoha: That's it, I'm done.
Interviewer: OK, do you want to go to mama?
Dhoha: Yes.

It is very obvious that these kids have been prepped for this interview with the typical radical Islam bloodthirsty rhetoric. The kids' childish innocence, though corrupted by the soulless ghouls who try to profit from them, still manages to shine forth.

Muhammad is just a little orphan trying to show how proud he is to be in kindergarten.

There indeed must be a special place reserved in hell for men like that interviewer and those who persauded his mother to spatter herself and four Israeli IDF soldiers and abandon these little ones to the machinations of murderers.

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