Arab reporter interviews a 92-year-old Hebron resident. He wants to talk about the “Nakhba” — she wants to talk about murdering innocent Jews, the same way her father murdered the students of the Hebron Yeshiva in 1929.
Besides her bloodlust, the other telling thing about her comments is that she flatly contradicts the reporter when he says that she has lived through all 63 years since the Nakhba. She says, “92 years. I remember the British…” — in other words, there never was such a thing as a Palestinian state, and the Palestinian “Nakhba” [disaster] is primarily that they failed in their plans to carry out another massacre.