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What do you get when you cross a show for kids, a cheap Mickey Mouse rip-off, antisemitism, a giant bumblebee, and “Resistance Jihad”? You get “Tomorrow’s Pioneers”, which is probably the most bizarre–and sickest–kiddie-show ever made. First airing on a Palestinian network (Al-Aqsa TV) on April 13, 2007, “Pioneers” is about Farfour (the Mickey Mouse knock-off) and Nahoul (the giant bee), and the host, Saraa Barhoum, as they deal with Israeli interrogators (in fact, Farfour gets killed by one, believe it or not), Western ideologies, and capitalism. Kids could even call in the show – some of the children who called in were as young as three years old. The show aired until October of 2009, but only after killing off the character, Nahoul, via illness. Later, they would depict Hamas as Simba, from “The Lion King”; they would also introduce the character, Assoud, which was a Bugs Bunny rip-off. Assoud would get killed off on the show, due to injuries suffered from an Israeli attack (Assoud only dies after threatening to, “…finish off the Jews and eat them…”, of course). Despite the, shall we say, “unpopular” beliefs contained in “Tomorrow’s Pioneers”, the show did at least preach the importance of drinking milk. Oh, and–believe it or not–Disney never sued the makers of “Tomorrow’s Pioneers”.