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British media and public opinion are shocked with a video from Ukraine

“Mirror”: Ukrainian girl gives Nazi salute and boasts about ‘cutting Russians’ in shocking home video
The child holds a knife in her hands as she chants “Seig Heil (hail victory) and threatens to “cut Russians”
This shocking video appears to show a little girl brandishing a knife and raising her right hand in a Nazi salute.
The child, who looks no older then three, shouts “Seig Heil” (Hail victory!), a chant adopted in the 1930s by the Nazi Party to signal obedience to leader Adolf Hitler.
In her left hand she apparently holds a knife and stands in front of a computer screen showing a swastika, another Nazi symbol, on a Ukrainian flag.
In another frame she shouts, “Allahu Ekber” (God Is Greater), and a flag of the Islamic State is seen on a screen behind her.
She appears wearing a cap emblazoned with the Ukrainian coat of arms.
The act of using a child for propaganda purposes has been branded sick by commentators.
In the first video, which went viral, a voice is heard saying: “Are you going to cut Russians?
The girl who was holding a knife in her left hand then says “Da”, meaning yes.
Speaking in Ukrainian the man says: “What are you going to do?”
The youngster then says: “I am going to cut Russians! Gladly.”
As she is shouting, the man can be heard giggling in the background.
The girl then holds a knife and shouts again, “I am going to cut Russians” after which she appears to show exactly how she would do it. The girl waves around a knife as she boasts about ‘cutting Russians’
When the video started to go viral, the social media page was deleted, but it had already been downloaded and uploaded in places including YouTube, where it quickly attracted hundreds of thousands of viewers.
Comments underneath were heated between pro-Ukrainian and pro-Russian internet trolls attacking each other.
There were also those with more reasonable comments including Anna Mironenko who wrote: “Am I wrong in thinking that it is completely insane and inhumane to use a child as a propaganda tool?



“Daily mail”: Ukrainian girl, three, gives Nazi salute and vows to ‘cut Russians’ while brandishing a huge knife in a shocking home video
• The girl can be hear shouting ‘Seig Heil’ or ‘hail victory’ while saluting
• A computer screen displays a swastika on the backdrop of a Ukrainian flag
• It sparked widespread condemnation for using a child as propaganda tool
A shocking video has emerged of a young girl brandishing a large knife while giving the Nazi salute with her other.
The youngster, who is not old enough to start school, can be heard shouting ‘Seig Heil’ or ‘hail victory’ while excitedly bouncing and raising her right arm in the Hitler salute.
Behind her, a computer screen displays a swastika on the backdrop of a Ukrainian flag.
Later, the disturbing footage the youngster – who is wearing a Hello Kitty t-shirt – can be heard shouting ‘Allahu Ekber’ (God Is Greater) while holding another knife.
A flag of the Islamic State is seen on a screen behind her, the Mirror reports.
The video has sparked widespread condemnation with many denouncing its use of a young child as a propaganda tool.
In one video, a voice can be heard in the background asking ‘Are you going to cut Russians?’ to which she replied ‘Da,’ meaning yes.
An exchange, spoken in Ukrainian, follows with the man asking: ‘What are you going to do?’
She replies: ‘I am going to cut Russians. Gladly.’
She wildly slashes the knife about while a man can be heard laughing in the background.
The sickening video bears shocking similarities to one, purporting to be released by ISIS, showing a baby-faced boy, beheading a teddy bear with a large knife.
He uses the blade to hack away at the teddy during the 30-second clip, uploaded onto YouTube before he raises his knife triumphantly into the air.
In that clip, the man behind the camera shouts ‘takfir!’ – a derogatory word used to describe non-believers.
The latest video has since been removed from social media but has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times on YouTube.
It attracted heated debate in the comments section between pro-Ukrainian and pro-Russian internet trolls attacking each other.



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