Palestinian TV Encourages Children to Shoot Jews…

During the current month of Ramadan, official Palestinian Authority TV is broadcasting a series called Children of the Village Chief. The series portrays Arab life around the creation of the State of Israel in 1948 and afterwards in a village in what was until the Six-Day War in 1967, the “West Bank” of the Kingdom of Jordan.

The first program starts with the so-called Palestinian “Nakba” – the “catastrophe” of the creation of Israel – and continues until the 1980s. In the series, which deals primarily with daily life during this period, attitudes to Israel and Jews are likewise expressed.

In one episode, a boy around the age of 10 asks his uncle to teach him how to use a rifle because he wants to shoot at “the Jews.” The uncle willingly answers his nephew’s request, explaining that he should only aim at “your enemy,” who the boy then identifies as “the Jews”:

 

http://palwatch.org/main.aspx?fi=157&doc_id=27717

Black women write books like these

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Shanika Wilson is a beautiful, intelligent teacher who doesn’t mess around. When Charley Storm, a liberal, white dude gets hired as a substitute teacher at her school for a week, her world is torn apart.

After the smoke clears from the bombshell that’s dropped, Shanika realizes she has feelings for Charley. Despite their differences, they grow closer, but when she learns his secret, everything changes.

Will their interracial romance last? 

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Would you sleep with the enemy? 

In 1920’s Louisiana, love is a dangerous game.

Even talking to a white man could get Eva LaLaurie killed.

But Renard, the richest man in town, has always been a rebel.

And he has his eye on her.

He wants to dominate her…claim her…possess her.

She’s going to risk it all for love- and he better do the same.

But in Klan Country nothing’s ever just black and white…

 

 

The year is 1860 in Colonial Mississippi. A beautiful twenty year old black slave girl is in love. Her love is reserved for one of two white brothers who own a prominent Plantation.
Joey is the white man of her dreams, so kind, caring, loving and generous.