VIEWED OVER 100,000 TIMES ON THE INTERNET [ http://www.memritv.org/video.html ]
Within the first week of its release, the MEMRI viral video "Hamas: In Their Own Voices," has been viewed over 100,000 times on the Internet. It is still available for download, for a limited time only.
The video, a compilation of MEMRI TV clips that aired prior to the current Gaza crisis, includes statements by Hamas leaders calling for the annihilation of Israel and of all Jews, for death to America, and for the Islamic conquest of the world.
Featured are Hamas leader Khaled Mash'al, Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniya, Hamas MPs Mushir Al-Masri and Fathi Hamad, Hamas MP and cleric Yunis Al-Astal, Palestinian Legislative Council acting speaker Sheikh Ahmad Bahr, and Hamas clerics Wael Al-Zarad and Muhsen Abu 'Ita.
Viewers will also see Hamas military training for adults and children, anti-American speeches at rallies including burning of the American flag and calls of support for "The Afghan Mujahideen," Hamas Al-Aqsa TV children's shows, and more.
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Visit http://www.MEMRITV.ORG for Other Clips from Hamas and Al-Aqsa TV
To see other clips on Hamas, visit the MEMRI TV pages for Al-Aqsa TV
( http://www.memritv.org/content/en/tv_chann...ndiv.htm?id=175 ) and for Hamas ( http://www.memritv.org/subject/en/95.htm ) – as well as the new MEMRI Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor (JTTM) website ( http://www.memrijttm.org/ ).
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