Here’s what they’re teaching the kiddies in southern Lebanon: Revere terrorist masterminds.
The New York Times and Ha’aretz both have stories on a new museum in Nabatiye, Lebanon, devoted to glorifying Hezbollah chief Imad Mughniyeh, who was assassinated in February in Syria by unknown assailants.
The museum exhibits Mughniyeh’s personal effects, including his blood-stained clothes, broken Israeli tanks, fake skeletons and a portrayal of the after-life. Chalk it up as yet another monument to the culture of death among Islamic extremist groups in the Middle East.
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