The head of Hamas in Gaza said Egypt’s new president would shield Gaza from attacks by Israel and would lift the blockade. More ▸
Israel’s military said it struck a Hamas terrorist cell planning to launch an anti-tank missile at Israeli troops and another ready to launch a rocket into Israel. More ▸
By Uri Fintzy
Those anti-Semites, they would do anything to spread their Jew-hating agenda.
And we should be afraid, because their latest (and in my opinion, most efficient) tool is delivering their propaganda while in a giant, innocent-looking animal costume. The beloved Elmo of “Sesame Street” wasn’t the first one to do it. Before Elmo, between the years 2007-2010, several television characters taught children how cute and cuddly the world will be without the Jews.
Spread it fast, before Cookie Monster gets infected (God help us all).
1. Farfour the Mouse
Name: Farfour the Mouse
Show: “Tomorrow’s Pioneers,” a children’s television program of Hamas’ Al-Aqsa TV
Kinda looks like: Mickey Mouse with the mumps
Catchphrase: ”You and I are laying the foundation for a world led by Islamists”
Characteristics: Extremely high-pitched voice and impressive grenade-throwing abilities.
Fate: Killed by an Israeli interrogator in episode 105 (watch the dramatic death scene) More ▸
Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh was elected the head of the terror group’s political bureau, its most powerful institution in Gaza, in secret balloting. More ▸
By JTA Staff
Hamas would view any future agreement between the Palestinian Authority and Israel not as a permanent peace treaty but rather as a truce, a senior Hamas official told a Jewish newspaper. More ▸
The Palestinian reconciliation deal between Fatah, headed by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, and Hamas has broken down. More ▸
A member of Hamas was charged in a thwarted terrorist attack and kidnapping of an Israeli soldier near Eilat. More ▸
The United Nations canceled an appearance by a Hamas leader at the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva. More ▸
By Ron Kampeas
Hamas reportedly has turned on its former Syrian sponsors. More ▸
Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh said in Iran that armed resistance is the only way to fight against Israel. More ▸