Saturday, August 18, 2012

Hezbollah Theme park promotes Jihad tourism

Looking for a wholesome family entertainment? You might want to avoid the Lebanese town of Mleeta, home of a brand spanking new Hezbollah theme park. It features barbed wire, tanks, rockets, archive video footage and an assortment of guns and other weapons used in the struggle against the Jewish state, er, um, the Zionist entity. Visitors, are encouraged to take turns raising and lowering an anti-aircraft gun as to fire at incoming Israeli air force jets.

From Arutz Sheva

Designed to indoctrinate children and the Western world with a reverence for jihadi terrorism, Hizbullah has built a multi-million dollar theme park that espouses "martyrdom" against Israel...

Visitors are able to walk around replica war scenes that feature destroyed Israeli tanks and other scenes of death and destruction.

The park also includes a video segment that provides visitors with a history of Hizbullah that clearly states the terrorist group’s grievances against Israel and celebrates its victories against the Jewish state.

According to new footage taken by Ryan Duffy of, Hizbollah's real motive is to promote what it calls “resistance tourism.”

In other news from Lebanon:

Hezbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah (If the Jews all gather in Israel, it will save us the trouble of going after them worldwide.) continues to threaten Israel From a broadcast yesterday:

"I tell the Israelis that you have a number of targets, not a large number ... that can be hit with precision rockets ... which we have," He said he would not identify the targets and did not say whether the rockets were newly acquired weapons. "We know of certain targets that can be hit by a small number of rockets that would turn the lives of hundreds of thousands of Zionists into hell," he added.


Shlomo Ben Hungstien said...

i wonder if i go there if i can have my photo taken with martyr mouse? one more reason why i'm sure peace with the arabs is still generations away if ever it'll happen. no peace, no state it's that simple.

Shlomo Ben Hungstien said...

there's a video on youtube about this: