Khybar TV series features blatant anti-Semitism
ICEJ, 12 July 2013
A TV show being broadcast by several different stations in the Arabic-speaking world and designed to be watched in conjunction with the Moslem holy month of Ramadan entitled "Khaybar" is raising eyebrows in Israel for its blatantly anti-Semitic content.
The name of the show refers to a village in the northwest Arabian Peninsula whose Jewish population was massacred by Moslems in 628 AD.
Additionally, the chant of "Khaybar Khaybar, ya yahud, Jaish Muhammad, sa yahud," which means, "Jews, remember Khaybar, the army of Muhammad is returning," is traditionally used as a battle cry when Moslems are preparing to attack Jews or Israelis.
An Arab media outlet preparing to broadcast the mini-series, advertised it as demonstrating Jewish traditions of "hostility toward others, their treacherous nature, and their repeated betrayals."
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