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Violence and terror
Glorifying terrorists and terror
PLO Ambassador to India praises Palestinian terrorists and Shalit kidnappers
Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida - Oct. 13, 2011
 






PLO Ambassador to India and regular columnist for official PA daily, Adli Sadeq:
     "This is an opportunity to praise those worthy of it; if some of them have passed on, then we must pray for the elevation of their souls. Starting with the dear Shahid (Martyr) Abu Ataya (Jamal Abu Samhadaneh), founder of the Popular Resistance Committees… then, all those who died during the operation in which the soldier was kidnapped… and finally all the Shahids who fell by the oppressive fire which the occupiers poured over our people, in the raids of fury and revenge that lasted months and more, following the attack carried out by youngsters in the prime of life, holding a few light weapons, and with little experience and training – against part of an armored military structure, and kidnapping a soldier (i.e., Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit) who was trained, armed and equipped. Blessings to the soul of the resistance youth… and blessings to all the men who guarded the secrecy of [place of] holding of the captive, from the first weeks of his captivity and throughout the time he was held… The Palestinians receive the news of the impending release of a thousand male prisoners and 27 female prisoners in a festive spirit. Some might speak up afterwards about the drawbacks of the deal… For our part, we shall not focus on what Hamas failed to achieve, because we are aware of the ferocity of the battle engaged in by its negotiators over the course of several years. The occupiers expected a very cheap deal. They may have tried to conceal their partial concessions from their public, which is full of arrogance and extremism, by absolutely refusing to include in the deal national leaders and fighters such as Ahmad Sa'adat, Marwan Barghouti and Fuad Al-Shubaki, and fighters who had carried out quality operations, such as Abbas Al-Sayid, Ibrahim Hamed, Abdallah Barghouti, Thaer Hammad and thers.”

Note: Jamal Abu Samhadaneh – founder of the terrorist organization Popular Resistance Committees.
Ahmad Sa'adat – serving a 30-year sentence for heading the PFLP terror organization. A song at a PFLP event also praised him for planning the assassination of Israeli Minister of Tourism Rehavam Ze'evi in 2001, but he has not been tried for this crime.
Marwan Barghouti – serving five life sentences for orchestrating terror attacks against Israeli civilians. When arrested in 2002, he headed Fatah's military wing, the Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades. After he was convicted and imprisoned, he was re-elected member of the Palestinian Authority parliament.
Abbas Al-Sayid - serving 35 life sentences for planning two suicide bombings, one in 2002 at a Passover dinner, killing 30 Israelis, and another in 2001, killing 5 and wounding 100.
Ibrahim Hamed - Hamas military leader serving 54 life sentences for orchestrating many suicide attacks that killed a total of 46 Israelis. These attacks included the bombings at the Hebrew University cafeteria (2002), Moment Cafe (2002), Hillel Cafe (2003), Zion Square in the center of Jerusalem, and others.
Abdallah Barghouti - serving 67 life sentences for preparing explosives for terror attacks in which 67 people were murdered: Sbarro restaurant (15 killed, Aug. 9, 2001), Sheffield Club (15 killed, May 7, 2002), Moment Café (11 killed, March 9, 2002), triple attack at Ben Yehuda pedestrian mall (11 killed, Dec. 1, 2001), Hebrew University (9 killed, July 1, 2002), and Bus 4 in Tel Aviv (6 killed, Sept. 19, 2002).
Thaer Hammad - murdered 10 Israelis in 2002.

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