In the video, filmed at the Farah refugee camp near Jenin in the West Bank, four Palestinian children are shown playing the part of Jewish victims with one child wearing a kippah on his head. The children are shown to walk past a child playing the role of a Palestinian terrorist lurking behind a corner. He then jumps out and pretends to stab each of them in turn with a knife, using the handle side of the lethal weapon.
The children fall, shouting “ima,” the Hebrew word for mother, as they play out the part of Jewish victims and other children videotape the entire ‘game’, which has been dubbed as “hide-and-go-stab”.
In October, CFI’s Parliamentary Chairman, Rt. Hon. Sir Eric Pickles MP, and CFI’s Parliamentary Officers, wrote a letter that was published in The Times calling on the British Government to tackle Palestinian incitement. The letter stated: “The attacks have been encouraged by continuing incitement by senior Palestinian officials. For years, Conservative parliamentarians and Conservative Friends of Israel have called on the British Government to tackle this Palestinian incitement. Enough is enough. Inaction and silence has led us to this dark place”.
Last week, two Palestinian boys, aged 11 and 14, stabbed an Israeli security guard at a tramway station in Jerusalem’s Pisgat Ze’ev neighbourhood. In October, two Palestinian children aged 13 and 15 stabbed and critically injured a 13-year-old Israeli boy riding his bike in northern Jerusalem and a 24-year-old Israel.
Watch the full video below.