The most disturbing YouTube videos part 2: 'Fark' edition slams us with its own picks for Most Disturbing YouTube Video

Farfour "martyred" by Israelis

YouTube Info: This is the last episode of the infamous "Farfour": Hamas' copycat version of the beloved 1928 Disney creation Mickey Mouse. Farfour has been used to promote a radical Islamic supremacist agenda, and to ferment Jihadist sentiments in Palestinian children.

Farfour first came into international spotlight in May 2007, when Palestinian Media Watch ( released a translated video from Al Aqsa TV (a Hamas-owned station) that showed the plagiarised cartoon character. Worldwide condemnation followed over this apparent child indoctrination. Hamas, however, refused to pull Farfour off the air, and immediately broadcasted another episode of Farfour on May 11.

On June 29, 2007, Farfour featured for the last time and was "martyred" by an Israeli.

Suggested by Farker <b>titwrench</b>: “This is the most disturbing thing I have seen on you tube.”

Cheater caught in action

Suggested by Farker <b>Atomic Spunk</b>.

Dancing Pedro

Suggested by Farker <b>sgilman</b>.


YouTube Info: I was staying at Preena's cousins house when I started doing the "hand thing". I could not stop. It got so bad that the next door neighbor,Jerron,started doing it too. Jerron also had a botched plastic surgery job to look more like me. Sick. Poor Jerron he took the tablets and will be gone by midnight.

Suggested by Farker <b>Atomic Spunk</b>.

Goddess Bunny tap dancer (evil version)


Suggested by Farker <b>Atomic Spunk</b>.

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