Let’s not confuse Palestinian children with reality: They are the true victims, nothing else matters

In the sometimes it’s hard to know whether to laugh or cry category. This just in from the indefatigable chronicler of Palestinian madness and its enablers, Itamar Marcus:

UNRWA workers “adamantly opposed” to Holocaust education that will “confuse the thinking” of children

by Itamar Marcus

The following is the article in the official PA daily:

Headline: “The [UNRWA Workers'] Union emphasized its opposition to teaching the Holocaust of the Jews as part of the curriculum in the [UNRWA] Agency’s schools…”

“The [UNRWA] Workers’ Union emphasized its adamant opposition to teaching the Holocaust of the Jews within the educational curriculum of UNRWA schools, as part of the topic of human rights. The union said, ‘We emphasize our adamant opposition to confusing the thinking of our students’ by means of Holocaust studies in the human rights study curriculum, and emphasize study of the history of Palestine and the acts of massacre which have been carried out against Palestinians, the most recent of which was the war against Gaza.’

[Union chairman, Suheil] Al-Hindi, explained to France Press, that UNRWA ‘approved teaching the Holocaust…’ but [the teaching] has not yet started.”

[Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, April 14, 2011].

It’s hard to know what’s more racist, the hatred of Israel and the Jews, or the belief that Palestinian children are too stupid to hold more than one idea in the mind at the same time, and are therefore really only good for hate-mongering propaganda and cannon fodder.

This, or course, is the same UN that is about to award Syria with a chair on the UN “Human Rights” Council.

One Response to Let’s not confuse Palestinian children with reality: They are the true victims, nothing else matters

  1. Freddy says:

    This sort of thinking is illogical, emotional, hostile, erroneous, anti-historical and so on and so on. In other words it’s a mistake. The errors of our enemies should be exploited.

    I confess it is not obvious how to turn this sort of fuzzy thinking introduced into the Arab masses into a “Judo trick” to outmaneuver the Arab leaders, but perhaps there is a way. We should put some effort into analyzing the situation from this perspective.

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