Following are excerpts from a children's TV show, which aired on Al-Aqsa TV on April 6-13, 2007:
Host Saraa, a young girl: Sanabel, what will you do for the sake of the Al-Aqsa Mosque? How will you sacrifice your soul for the sake of Al-Aqsa? What will you do?
Sanabel, young girl on phone: I will shoot.
Farfour, a Mickey Mouse character in a tuxedo: Sanabel, what should we do if we want to liberate...
Sanable: We want to fight.
Farfour: We got that. What else?
Saraa: We want to...
Sanabel: We will annihilate the Jews.
Saraa: We are defending Al-Aqsa with our souls and our blood, aren't we, Sanabel?
Sanabel: I will commit martyrdom.
Farfour: We've said more than once that becoming masters of the world requires the following: First, to be happy with our Arabic language, which once upon a time ruled this world.
Saraa: Of course.
Farfour: Second... or maybe that's it?
Adult host: Farfour, I heard you talking in English.
Farfour: Yes. How are you, Saraa? I hope to be good time.
Saraa: What's with you, Farfour? Why are talking this way? Didn't we agree to talk in literary Arabic?
Farfour: But Saraa, this is the language of the advanced world, the language of the world that understands and invents things, isn't it?
Saraa: No, Farfour, you are wrong, because you don't know that the Muslims are the basis of civilization. If not for the Muslims, the world wouldn't have got to where it is today.
Farfour: My dear youngsters, we're back. We always miss seeing you on your weekly program "The Pioneers of Tomorrow," in which we are placing together the cornerstone for the ruling of the world by an Islamic leadership.