Abject Dhimmitude: Israel Apologizes For Music Video Mocking Jihad Flotilla

Idiotic.

The Pali-Arabs are unimpressed and sing songs to violence and death  at PLO cultural festival

The Pali Third Culture and Education Festival held this week in Ramallah included dancers holding rifles, while dancing to a song that glorified violence against Israel. The song included the words: “There is no force in the world that can remove the weapon from my hand,” and “He who offers his blood doesn’t care if his blood flows upon the ground.”

Song to violence and death at PLO “cultural festival”

by Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik

“From my wounds, my weapon has emerged.
Oh, our revolution, my weapon has emerged.
There is no force in the world that can remove the weapon from my hand.
My weapon has emerged. My weapon has emerged.
….
This revolutionary people has sacrificed and offered in order to live in freedom!
My weapon has emerged. My weapon has emerged.
….
He who offers his blood doesn’t care if his blood flows upon the ground.

As the weapon of revolution is in my hand, so my presence will be forced [upon Israel].
My weapon has emerged. My weapon has emerged.”

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Robert Spencer:

Israeli authorities have taken clueless dhimmitude to new heights by actually apologizing for this video, as if it is somehow wrong to mock the Palestinian propaganda machine that does, in fact, con the world. Or is it wrong to mock the self-indulgent rock stars who created “We Are the World”?

“Israel Apologizes for Music Video Mocking Gaza Flotilla,” by Mara Gay for AOL News/Jihad Watch