''Tomorrow's Pioneers'' (also known as ''The Pioneers of Tomorrow'') is a Palestinian kids show made by the Hamas-owned television station Al-Aqsa TV. The show follows a standard kids show format with Saraa Barhoum as the host and a costumed animal as her co-host as they discussed life in Palestine in talk-show format and performed some skits. It was broadcast between 2007 and 2009.

The show is incredibly controversial due to the many ideas it promotes: from antisemitism, to anti-Americanism, to a rather strict form of Islam. While some of this controversy has come from what appears to be biased mistranslation by pro-Israel groups, much of the show really is that extreme. It's also launched controversy among Palestinians and pro-Palestinian groups, with the Palestinian Authority's Ministry of Information having pulled it off the air before the PA lost control over Gaza (where Hamas is based), and many supporters of the Palestinian cause telling Hamas to [[StopBeingStereotypical stop producing such hateful and counterproductive garbage]]. It's also notorious for the various [[MockBuster rip-offs]] of American cartoon characters like WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse.

And before we go on... [[SincerityMode No]], this isn't {{Creepypasta}}. Some people really will go this far (and moreso) to make their point.
!!This show provides examples of:
* AnyoneCanDie: A rare children's show example.
* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Tel-Aviv was ''founded'' by the Jews in the early 1900s. It was never an Arab settlement known as "Tel al-Rabi".
* AuthorTract: Of course.
* TheFundamentalist: Everyone. [[ValuesDissonance The show considers this a good thing]].
* GreedyJew: To the point of killing someone.
* ImAHumanitarian: Assoud the rabbit said that he will kill the Jews and eat them, which would really only fit the trope if Jews were rabbits. (Then again, it ''is'' a human speaking through Farfour; on the other hand, the show's creators may or may not consider Jews to be subhuman.)
* KilledOffForReal:
** Farfour, as a means of turning children against those the host blames for his murder (read: the Israelis).
** Assoud was killed during an Israeli attack.
** Nahoul the bumblebee died because the Gaza strip prevented his family passage to Egypt to get an important surgery. He was replaced by Assoud, his brother... who's also a rabbit.
* MeaningfulName:
** The Mickey Mouse ripoff's name is Farfour, which comes from a diminutive of "fi'r", which means "mouse" in Arabic.
** Nahoul is a diminutive of "nahl", "bee", and "Assoud" is a diminutive of "asad", "lion"... which is odd, considering that he's a bunny, but whatever.
* MockBuster: The animal characters Farfour (WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse) and Assoud (WesternAnimation/BugsBunny).
* NoAnimalsWereHarmed: Averted. Nahoul blatantly [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ExZVimjST8 flings cats by the tail and throws stones at lions.]] According to what Saara says after the segment, it was ''supposedly'' to teach young viewers that it was wrong to be cruel to animals.
* NoSympathy: When Assoud is accused of committing a theft, the host announces he must be punished by having his hand cut off. The rabbit begs for mercy from the kids at home to help him: "God No! Please for the love of God!" Viewers that call in to talk then tell him that he deserves this because he committed a crime, much to the agonizing tears of Assoud. [[FlatWhat What.]] Ultimately, the host decided against cutting his hand off, though she does joke about taking one of his ears instead.
* ReplacementGoldfish: Every time an animal cohost gets killed off, a new one is brought on. Farfour the mouse, Nahoul the bee, Assoud the rabbit, and the most recent replacement is Nassour the bear.
* ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules: Farfour was offered lots of money to give away the documents and keys to Tel Al-Rabi. He refused, [[spoiler:which led to his death]].
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: The costumed mouse is either Farfur or Farfour, depending on how you romanize the Arabic.
* WickedCultured: Farfour once discussed with his young companions how "civilized" and "intellectual" Arab culture was. Whether or not this is true, it's hardly a legitimate justification for violence.