Faster than a speeding drone, more powerful than an infidel. He is Gaza Man, and he stands for truth (which is a relative term), justice (likewise), and jihad.
From The Tower via Washington Free Beacon:
Palestinian social activism revolves around the concept of “resistance” (in Arabic, muqawama) against Israel, rather than “peace.” Over the years, “resistance” has come in a variety of forms — militant, political, economic, electronic, and even illustrated muqawama. In a recent development, Palestinian activists say they are launching a symbolic superhero figure called “Gaza Man,” the Palestinian equivalent of superheroes like Superman and Batman.
This cartoon character will apparently premiere in a new animated TV series. The activists behind the superhero character called manufacturers and merchants to produce and sell “Gaza Man” action figures. They also asked writers to integrate this character in their stories.
This is not the first time popular entertainment in the Arab world has been used to poison impressionable young minds. In May, Renee Nal reported on a children’s television program on Hamas’s Al-Aqsa TV that spread a message of hate and death to the Jewish people. The main character was a giant bee costume who urged children to “punch” Jews and “make their face red like a tomato.”