Raggedy Ali? Palestinians give their children terrorist dolls

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Meet the West Bank version of the Cabbage Patch Kid.

The Times of Israel reported that thousands of stuffed toy dolls made to look like rock-throwing Arab protesters were seized by the Israeli government Tuesday (December 8) in a shipment of contraband goods found in the port city of Haifa. Israeli officials report the dolls were on their way to the Palestinian Authority, where they would be given to children to encourage them to fight against Israel.

The dolls is wearing a keffiyah and is holding a rock in a “throwing” motion. They also hold banners saying “Jerusalem is ours” and “Jerusalem, we are coming.” The Times also reports:

Customs officials found the dolls in a container that arrived from the United Arab Emirates and destined for the Palestinian Authority. According to the accompanying paperwork, the shipment was supposed to be clothing, rugs, and plastic products.

Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely said in a statement that the dolls were ‘on their way to the Palestinian Authority with one clear intention, to poison the minds of innocent young children.’

It should be no surprise that Palestinian children and teens are often involved in violent protests and attacks against Israeli soldiers and citizens. Palestinian authorities are involved in a systematic indoctrination of children that no civilized society would accept, but our mainstream media never reports on it.

About Victor Medina

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