JERUSALEM (VINnews) — In another successful attempt at pro-Israel promotional material, the Israeli satire program Eretz Nehederet conducted a mock interview between a BBC journalist and Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar, which quickly gained millions of views.
The journalist sympathizes with Sinwar, who says he needs a ceasefire so that he can “rearm and kill Jews”. Sinwar says that “innocent civilians are fleeing their homes” and complains that this leaves his fighters without any protection or shield. He also claims that his schools and hospitals ran out of rockets.
Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar׳s exclusive interview on BBC pic.twitter.com/KALi1gNWlH
— ארץ נהדרת (@Eretz_Nehederet) November 14, 2023
BBC “interview” with Yahya Sinwar
The interview concludes with a baby crying and Sinwar complaining that the baby “not mine, an Israeli” is disturbing his sleep at nights. The camera then pans to England’s attacks on Nazi Germany as “heartless” Winston Churchill refused a ceasefire in 1944 and continued the “genocidal” attack on Nazi Germany.