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Bumble Bee replaces Mickey Mouse lookalike on Hamas TV
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Jerusalem (CNSNews.com) - Hamas television has created a new character to replace the Mickey Mouse look-alike named Farfur that called for jihad and a global Islamic takeover.
Nahoul is a giant yellow and black-striped bumblebee, suspended from the studio ceiling. He says he wants to follow in his cousin Farfur's footsteps and calls for jihad, according to a translation provided on Monday by Palestinian Media Watch (PMW).
During the episode of the children's program "Tomorrow's Pioneers" that aired on Friday, the child hostess Saraa looks up and sees Nahoul. She asks him who he is and what he wants.
"I am Nahoul [the bee], Farfur's cousin...I want to continue the path of Farfur, -- the path of 'Islam is the solution; the path of heroism; the path of Martyrdom; the path of the Jihad warriors. Me and my friends shall continue the path of Farfur," Nahoul says in the same squeaky voice that his cousin had.
"And in his name we shall take revenge upon the enemies of Allah, the murderers of the prophets [i.e. the Jews], the murderers of innocent children, until Al-Aqsa will be liberated from their filth," he said. Saraa welcomes Nahoul to the show.
Al-Aqsa is the mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem that is the third holiest site in Islam. Al-Aqsa was the name given to the violent Palestinian uprising that began in 2000.
Former Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat vowed that there would be a million martyrs if necessary to take the Al Aqsa mosque - currently under Israeli sovereignty.
It is also the name of the Hamas television station and the military wing of the Fatah faction.
The use of Farfur to preach Islamic world domination angered many in the Western world. On the program two weeks ago, Farfur was "martyred" when an actor playing an Israeli interrogator beat him to death for refusing to sell his land.
PMW said it was clear that the show would continue its "rabidly anti-Israel messages" through Nahoul after the death of the character of Farfur.


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