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PA minister: "Allah curse... the father of Israel"
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PA Minister curses Israel:
"Allah curse... the father of the father of Israel...
The future is ours, and victory is ours, Allah willing."
 
PA Minister about PFLP terrorist:
"He is a leader, a teacher... a role model"
"I draw strength, I draw new spirit... I love you"

Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik

Last month, PA Minister of Prisoners' Affairs, Issa Karake, honored terrorist prisoner Ahmad Sa'adat by visiting his home. On the occasion, the minister explained his admiration and love for the terrorist on PA TV:
"To me, he [Ahmad Sa'adat] represents a very great value and he is a leader and a teacher and a school... he represents a human value and a cultural value, and he is a role model for us. When I am in the home of Ahmad Sa'adat I draw strength, I draw new spirit... I love you very much."
 
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Ahmad Sa'adat is serving a 30-year sentence for heading the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine terror organization. He has also been honored in broadcasts on PA TV for having planned the assassination of Israeli Minister of Tourism Rehavam Ze'evi in 2001, but has not yet been tried for that crime. He is one of the prisoners that Israel refused to include in the prisoner exchange with Hamas for kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit.

Palestinian Media Watch has reported extensively on the PA policy of honoring terrorist murderers.

Minister Karake also used the opportunity to curse Israel:
"May Allah curse the father of the occupation [Israel], and curse the father of the father of Israel, who came to this land which forced us to pay this price. But the future is ours, and victory is ours, Allah willing."
[PA TV (Fatah), Nov. 14, 2011]

PA Minister Karake was appointed by PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.

The following is PA Minister Karake's curse of Israel and statement about terrorist Ahmad Sa'adat on PA TV:
PA Minister of Prisoners' Affairs Issa Karake:
"I'm very happy to be in the home of Ahmad Sa'adat. To me, he represents a very great value and he is a leader and a teacher and a school. I was raised on the name Ahmad Sa'adat from a very young age. He represents something symbolic; he represents a human value and a cultural value, and he is a role model for us. When I am in the home of Ahmad Sa'adat I draw strength, I draw new spirit, I want to send him greetings. I want to tell you that I love you very much; take care of your health and take care of the guys; may Allah curse the father of the occupation, and curse the father of the father of Israel, who came to this land which forced us to pay this price. But the future is ours, and victory is ours, Allah willing."
[PA TV (Fatah), Nov. 14, 2011]

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Read PMW's report From Terrorists to Role Models.


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