The Arabs whom refer to themselves as Palestinians have made an entire industry of trotting out dead children for the media and wailing about how the Israelis are murdering them. These two items should give you a good idea of the truth.
We've already discussed how Palestinian children are being educated to hate Jews from the cradle. But they're also being indoctrinated to be cannon fodder.
Exhibit A...this tweet form the Palestinian al-Qassam Brigades.
Just lovely, isn't it?
They also come in handy as human shields for cowardly Palestinian 'fighters' who seem to only be effective targeting unarmed civilians.
And then, there's little Mohammed al-Farra.
This is a story you won't see on your nightly news.
Mohammed hails from Gaza, but the only home he's ever known is the yellow-painted children’s ward in Israel’s Tel Hashomer Hospital in Ramat Gan, Israel, where he lives with his grandfather.
He was brought there because he was born with a genetic disease, likely attributable to the frequency of marriage between first cousins. His little hands and feet had to be amputated because his genetic disorder weakened his immune system and crippled his bowels, and the resulting infection destroyed his hands and feet.
He gets along now with a small wheelchair. His parents abandoned him - his mother left him at the hospital in the middle of his treatment because his father threatened to take another wife if she didn't leave the child and return home to Khan Yunis in the Gaza Strip. The Palestinian government refused to pay for his care, so he lives at the hospital with his grandfather, who continues to care for him.
Mohammed spends his days undergoing treatment and learning how to use prosthetic limbs.
Mohammed’s Israeli doctors fund-raise to cover his bills, allowing him and his grandfather to live in the pediatric ward:
But it’s not clear how long he’ll stay in the hospital, or where he’ll go when his treatment is complete. As a Palestinian, Mohammed is not eligible for permanent Israeli residency. Yet his family will not take the child back, the grandfather said. His parents, contacted by The Associated Press, refused to comment.
As his grandfather spoke, Mohammed used his knees and elbows to scamper up and down a nearby stairwell, his knees and elbows blackened and scarred from constant pressure. He used his arms to hold a green bottle he found in a stroller. His prosthetic legs with painted-on shoes were strewn nearby.
He crawled toward his grandfather’s lap. “Baba!” he shouted, Arabic for “daddy.” ”Ana ayef,” he said — a mix of Arabic and Hebrew for “I’m tired.”
Dr. Raz Somech, the senior physician in the Tel Hashomer pediatric immunology department, attributes Mohammed’s genetic disorder to the several generations of cousin marriages in his family — including his parents.
So much for those savage, brutal Israelis.They're paying for this disabled child's care out of their own pockets when his own government refuses to and his parents have abandoned him. If Mohammed was a few years older and healthy, the Palestinians would be schooling him in the joys of murdering his Jewish benefactors.
So, in the last analysis, who cares more about Palestinian children? The Jewish culture that values life,or the Arab one that exalts death?