Shalom Life | November 12, 2014

Palestinian Duo Release Sickening Song Called "Run Over the Baby"

“Run over, run over the 2-month-old baby girl – that’s how we get back at them”

By: Daniel Koren

Published: November 10th, 2014 in News » World

In the wake of last month's terrorist attack on a Jerusalem light rail station, where a three-month-old Israeli/American citizen, Chaya Zissel Braun, was one of two innocent victims who were killed by 21-year-old Hamas member Abed Abdelrahman Shaludeh , other Palestinian terrorists have followed suit, including a similar attack that occurred five days ago, where two more Israelis were killed.

Members of Hamas have lauded the perpetrators behind the attack, inciting several on social media to to take part in a new campaign - 'Car Intifada - encouraging other Palestinians to use their vehicles as weapons, posting several cartoons that liken cars to Hamas rockets.

Today, two terrorist attacks occurred hours away from one another, leaving a young woman dead and several others injured. Reports have since confirmed that the terrorist behind the second attack, near Alon Shvut, who stabbed three peeople at a bus station, had originally intended to use his vehicle as a weapon as well.

As if the cartoons encouraging murder against innocent civilians wasn't enough, two Palestinian singers have posted a song that shares the animated campaign's sentiments, called "Run over the Baby," praising Shaludeh for his October 22nd attack.

Suffice it to say, the lyrics of the song are as horrendous and disgusting as one would imagine.

“Run over, run over the 2-month-old baby girl – that’s how we get back at them,” go the lyrics of the song, according to Israel's Channel 2 News.

“For Al-Aqsa, we will run over the settlers,” the song continues, as sang by the two men who posted it, Anas Garadat and Abu Khayad. “Run over, run over the settlers. Turn the road into a trap and run them over, Allah will help you. The entire Arab nation tells you, Bless you Akari Ibrahim, run over, run over.”

Ibrahim Akari is the name of the East Jerusalem resident who mimicked Shaludeh's attack, killing two after ramming his vehicle into a group of pedestrians.

Before being shot dead by police, Akari continued to attack civilians with a metal bar.

Akari was also affiliated to Hamas.

Since being posted, "Run Over the Baby" has been largely successful among Arab social media users, while it has naturally disgusted anyone else who has heard the song and deciphered its message.

Hear the sickening song that promotes a complete lack of humanity, decency and any "good" below. Given the other campaigns that have circulated online, it's sad to note that this kind of behavior isn't even surprising any more:


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