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Hamas cartoonist Bahaa Yaseen's cannibalistic Nazi cartoon - showing "Palestinians" of all ages eating the victim of murderous rammibmng attack - stating it's the best dish [Maqluba]

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Submitted by Nir (United States), Feb 12, 2023 at 22:09


We are dealing with Nazis, there is no other word. A cartoon of Bahaa Yaseen following yesterday's attack in Ramot: "The best blessed Friday and the best Palestinian Maqluba" [dish]

A purely Nazi drawing.

Feb 11, 2023


Feb 11, 2023

The Hamas cartoonist Bahaa Yaseen
(بهاء ياسين)

A little information about the scumbag cartoonist:
An Gazan who was born in the Nuseirat camp, and in addition to being a hater of Israel and Jews, he is also known as a (very) harsh critic of the PA.
I will note that Hala previously worked in the office of Ismail Haniyeh, while he was the Prime Minister of Hamas in Gaza, and also worked in the Hamas newspaper Al-Risala (الرسالة = Al-Risala).

I will remind you that in 2015 he managed to annoy the PA and many Palestinians from both the West Bank and Gaza, and the Hamas police arrested him for questioning, when he published a cartoon in which he showed an ultra-Orthodox figure raping a woman "representing the West Bank" (in a yellow dress, a color representing the gate) while he was shooting In small children, and the figure wearing the cap that accompanies many of his illustrations, calls to stand up and "protect your honor and your children", and the "West Bank" answers him that it would like to do so, but does not have permission, while pointing to a Palestinian security man (ref. ) who smokes a cigarette and ignores what is being done.

I will add that after the riot, he deleted the cartoon in question (attached in the next message, along with the replacement cartoon) from his Facebook account, and replaced it with another, in which a Palestinian woman is seen standing over the body of the ultra-Orthodox Jew, with a bleeding knife in her hand, and says in rebuke to the woman representing Fatah: I am the right of my children and your right, O authority of shame", and I will note that this was not enough for Hamas, which was pressured by the general Palestinian public pressure and the noise it made in the neighboring countries, and yet summoned him for investigation, "threw" him from Hamas and prevented him from "journalistic work" but only for a one-year suspension only.

I will also add that the outrage following the cartoon caused harsh statements against Hamas, and against the mother movement from which it was created - the Muslim Brotherhood, which was called the "Muslim Rat Movement" and there were articles that mentioned that the Muslim Brotherhood from which Hamas grew, was outlawed in most Arab countries, but finds a safe haven and a "greenhouse" in Western countries, and referred to the cartoon and the Hamas terror regime in Gaza, as examples of the moral depravity of the Muslim Brotherhood.

I should point out that the character of the little terrorist with the red and white cap, which appears in many of his cartoons, he calls Abu Al-Ezz (Abu Al-Ezz) after the nickname of his brother Rashad, who together with him illustrated cartoons "to provide for the family" as well as wall paintings in praise of Palestinian terrorism, In praise of Jihad, and especially in praise of Hamas, and all of this at the same time as his role in Hamas's Az ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades. Rashad was killed in August 2014 during Operation Protective Edge.


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