Palestinian children: Martyrdom for Allah is preferable to life, suicide terror is natural
Host: "You described Shahada (Martyrdom) as something beautiful. Do you think it is beautiful?"
Walla, aged 11: Shahada is a very, very beautiful thing. Everyone yearns for Shahada. What could be sweeter than going to paradise?
Host:" What is better, peace and full rights for the Palestinian people, or Shahada?"
Walla: "Shahada. I will achieve my rights after becoming a Shahida (Martyr)."
Host: "Ok, Yussra, would you agree with that?"
Yussra, aged 11: "Of course, Shahada is sweet. We don't want this world, we want the Afterlife. We benefit not from this life, but from the Afterlife."
Host: "Do you actually love death?" Yussra: "Death is not Shahada."
Host: "No, I mean the absence after death." Yussra: "No child loves death. The children of Palestine adopted the concept that Shahada is very good. Every Palestinian child, say someone aged 12, says: O Lord, I would like to become a Shahid."
Host: "We've got a call, Sabrine from Ramallah."
Sabrine (on telephone): "Ayyat Al-Akhras (suicide bomber who murdered two people and injured 28 in Jerusalem in 2002) was 17 when she blew herself up –
Host: "Sabrine, are you for it or against it?"
Sabrine (on telephone): "Of course I support blowing up, it is our right."
Host: "Sabrine, now, is it natural that Ayyat Al-Akhras blows herself up?"
Sabrine (on telephone): "Of course it's natural."
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