Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Wednesday, January 22, 2014
  • Elder of Ziyon
From MEMRI:



Hizbullah's Al-Manar TV recently reported on a baby born in a Lebanese hospital, filmed dressed in the military fatigues of Hizbullah. "Military fatigues were the first garment to touch his tender body," said the reporter, adding that Mahdi "is a potential resistance fighter from the first hours of his life."

Following are excerpts from the report, which aired on January 18, 2014:

Reporter: Mahdi welcomed us in his own special way. He did not wear the clothes usually reserved for newborn babies. Military fatigues were the first garment to touch his tender body. He is a potential resistance fighter from the first hours of his life.

Mother of newborn Mahdi: Nothing could be better than him becoming a soldier of Imam Mahdi. This reflects the continuation of the path of the Islamic resistance, one generation after another.

Reporter: Mahdi was the only baby born in Rasul Aatham Hospital today. His family received an exemption from all hospital bills, and their baby was awarded a gold necklace, inscribed with the name of the Prophet Muhammad.
Meanwhile, on Fatah's official Facebook page we see this:



Someone responded with this:


Notice the iPad that the poor, depraved Palestinian Arab kid has. 

If only Israel would compromise more, then members of these psychotic terrorist murder cult will make peace.

If not this generation...then the next.



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