It is a pro-Palestinian and anti-Isreal cartoon. Ironically it wasn't put out by Palestinian Arabs in or near Israel. Instead, it was put out by an Iranian company. It features antics similar to the American cartoon The Roadrunner. Unlike The Roadrunner though, it uses 3d computer graphics animation. Also instead of the hero being a bird, the heroes are 2 Palestinian kids. And instead of the villain being a coyote, the villain is an evil (but quite dumb) Israeli soldier
Look this up on Youtube to watch single episodes. To watch a video compilation of all episodes, go to memritv.org and make a free account, then go to http://www.memritv.org/clip/en/1715.htm and watch it (this video is older than a certain date and so is "archived" and therefore you must be a member to watch it).
A bit of info on the source I found the video at:
Memritv is an organization dedicated to giving westerners access to "middle eastern" media material, usually propaganda. Although it doesn't outright say that this is their goal, it seems from the material I've seen on their site (including this cartoon) that their goal is to bring you here in the US, material that is designed to indoctrinate middle eastern people including children, for the purpose of showing people in the US just how vile the intentions of "Islamic extremests" are (not that we need reminding after the 9/11 attacks).
Memri stands for Middle East Media Research Institute. Memritv is specifically the division known as Middle East Research Institute TV Monitor Project.
Memri's official description of themselves is:
The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) was founded in 1998 in Washington, DC to bridge the language gap between the Middle East and the West by monitoring, translating, and studying Arab, Iranian and Turkish media, schoolbooks, and religious sermons. MEMRI is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and has branches in Baghdad, Tokyo and Jerusalem, and a staff of over 70 working around the globe. MEMRI's research is translated into English, German, French, Italian, and Spanish with a subscriber list of over 75,000. MEMRI is a 501 (c)3 organization and is incorporated in Washington, D.C.