Wednesday, April 10, 2013

YouTube blocks PMW video that exposes PA TV hate speech to kids

Unsurprisingly Youtube blocked Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) video exposing Hate-Speech broadcast from Palestinian Authority (PA) operated television. The irony is Youtube was not Censoring the PA from Hate-Speech but rather was Censoring PMW from exposing the PA as a Jew-Hating/Israel-Hating organization backed by major global governments including the USA to become an independent sovereign nation to be named Palestine. This also includes stealing half the Israeli capital city of Jerusalem to make it the capital of the only nation in the world that has one to exist; i.e. to kill Jews and overthrow a democratic nation and member of the United Nations.

JRH 4/10/13
YouTube blocks PMW video that exposes PA TV hate speech to kids

YouTube accuses PMW of "spreading hatred" and threatens to close down PMW's YouTube account

By Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik
Apr. 7, 2013

Last week, Palestinian Media Watch released a video-bulletin showing a Palestinian Authority children's TV broadcast of a hate-poem. A young Palestinian girl recited a poem referring to Jews as "Allah's enemies, the sons of pigs" who "murdered children," "cut off their limbs," "raped the women in the city squares" and "defiled Allah's book." The host responded with enthusiastic applause and "Bravo!"

The following day, YouTube blocked access to PMW's video, defining it as a "violation of YouTube's policy prohibiting hate speech."

In the past, YouTube has closed PMW's account or frozen PMW's account for exposing PA religious leaders promoting genocide of Jews. This is the first time YouTube has defined a broadcast on PA children's TV as hate speech, and blocked PMW from exposing it.

PMW does not promote hate speech, but exposes it. PMW believes that the only way to stop the Palestinian Authority's ongoing Islam-based hate speech and terror glorification is to expose it. By preventing PMW from exposing PA hatred, YouTube is actively impeding our ability to fight the PA's hate promotion.
YouTube has even threatened PMW with termination of its YouTube account should PMW continue exposing this hate speech:

"Additional violations may result in the temporary disabling of your ability to post content to YouTube and/or the permanent termination of your account."
PMW has requested that YouTube return the video. PMW has no direct line of contact with YouTube administrators, other than their standard appeal option on their website. Therefore, we ask anyone who has contacts at YouTube to please help encourage YouTube to make our video accessible again.

For now, we have uploaded the children's TV video to a different server and it can now be viewed here.
The following was the original bulletin last week:
Religious hate speech for children on PA TV

Child recites poem:

Jews - "Allah's enemies, the sons of pigs"
"murdered children," "cut off their limbs,"
"raped the women in the city squares"
and "defiled Allah's book"

by Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik

Recently, Palestinian children were taught Islam-based hatred of Jews on the weekly PA TV children's show The Best Home. A young girl recited a poem filled with both Islamic hate messages and other libels demonizing Jews. The poem taught Palestinian children that Jews, "Allah's enemies, the sons of pigs," defiled the Quran and Jerusalem, both crimes against Islam, and "murdered children," "cut off their limbs," and "raped the women in the city squares." Palestinian Media Watch has documented that this weekly PA TV children's program teaches hatred and denial of Israel's existence.

Youtube VIDEO (Unless removed or suspended again): Jews are "Allah's enemies, the sons of pigs" - in poem recited

The suggested response to Jews and Zionists offered in this hate poem is military and Islamic:

"Where is the nation of Islam?
Where are the nation of Islam and the Jihad fighters?"
At the end of the recital of the hate poem, the young program host applauded enthusiastically and said:

"Bravo, applause, applause, applause to Hadeel."
The poem also included a tribute to Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah organization and Arafat:

"From between the whistles of the bullets I sing:
'Long live the nation of Fatah and Yasser Arafat.'"
This Islam-based hatred that in the past was associated exclusively with Hamas is now appearing in mainstream PA children's education as well.
The following is the text of the hate poem recited by a young girl on PA TV's children's program:

Girl: "Allah created me and formed me
He made me prouder and made me a Palestinian
He made defiance flow like blood in my veins
And I made the revolution burst forth like clay stones
I raised the flags of certain victory:
Allah's book [the Quran] and the tradition of the most esteemed among prophets [Muhammad].
I called in the voice of hidden justice
I lit a fire like volcanoes under their feet
I refused to be submissive and degraded
I rejected [everything] but dying with the honor that will give me life
From a nation that has forgotten the Muslims' heroism
- Omar ibn al-Khattab and Saladin - [Muslim fighters who conquered Jerusalem]
from between the whistles of the bullets I sing:
'Long live the nation of Fatah and Yasser Arafat'
Allah's enemies, the sons of pigs (i.e., Jews, in Islamic tradition)
Destroyed and uprooted the olive and fig trees
They murdered children with guns, like snakes
They cut off their limbs with stones and knives
They raped the women in the city squares
They defiled Allah's book [the Quran] in front of millions
Where is the nation of Islam?
Where are the nation of Islam and the Jihad fighters?
Where is the fear of Allah in Jerusalem, which has been defiled by the Zionists?"
PA TV host: "Bravo, applause, applause, applause to Hadeel."
[PA TV (Fatah), March 22, 2013]
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