If that's not bad enough, American tax money could be helping pay for the facilities where the lessons on jihad are held.
"Camp Jihad" is a 20-minute documentary film exposing summer camps that encourage Palestinian Arab children to take back their homes from Israel violently.
In one scene a teacher is coaching the children in a chant:
Teacher: "Palestine is an Arab land from the [Jordan] River to the [Mediterranean] Sea."
Children: "Palestine is an Arab land from the [Jordan] River to the [Mediterranean] Sea."
In another instance, one boy says in an interview, "Attacking stage-by-stage is not the right way. If we attack them altogether at once, that will be the answer."
When asked, "How will you defeat the Jews?" a second little boy says, "By missiles!"
The film also points to a connection between these camps and the United Nations.
While they weren't sponsored by the United Nations Relief Works Agency, they were held at UNRWA facilities. Some say that makes the organization just as responsible.
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The club boats of views of the San Francisco skyline and the Bay Bridge. It has nine lighted tennis courts, an outdoor exercise pavilion, and the only outdoor aquatic center downtown. The Bay Club is a high end resort facility in one of the city’s most scenic (and coveted) locations. Members enjoy luxurious amenities.
Ballot measure B describes the site as follows: The site at 8 Washington has a 1,735 foot fence — over five football fields long — that blocks public views and public access to the waterfront. Today, the site is also defined by a 27,000 square foot asphalt parking lot, which draws toxins into our Bay waters, and an exclusive private tennis club behind the massive fence.
The voter-approved measure will set in motion a plan that will tear down the fence, turn an asphalt parking lot to grass, and open public access to a waterfront park, open-air cafes and outdoor seating.
Students at a Connecticut elementary school have been irritating teachers because they imitate the Geico 'Hump Day' commercial featuring a camel that walks around an office and asks workers what day it is.
Some students at the Vernon Center Middle School reportedly disregard what day it is when they use the phrase, and use it on days that are not technically 'hump days.'
"Sometimes it's the counting down to when it is," Brooke Lewis, a student at the school told WFSB.com. One parent told the station, "Just keep it to Wednesdays and we'll be all right."
There were unsubstantiated reports that the school district banned the phrase, but some students told WFSB.com that a few kids were sent to the principal’s office. Teachers apparently want to stop the problem before it gets worse.
The 9/11 Memorial is giving tourists brochures in at least 10 languages — just not Arabic.
The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee is firing off letters to memorial honchos demanding answers on why they didn’t include the world’s fourth-most-spoken language.
“Our fear is that there is a political intention behind the exclusion,” said Raed Jarrar, the ADC’s director of communications and advocacy.