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Success of Shahada promotion
Parents celebrate children's death
Creating a supportive social environment for terrorists has been a critical factor in the Palestinian Authority's successful promotion of suicide terrorism. To this end, PA policy has been to honor terrorists as Shahids (Martyrs for Allah), and to teach Palestinian mothers to celebrate when their children die as terrorist Shahids. Categorizing these dead terrorists as Shahids grants them the highest honor a Muslim can achieve, and is therefore cause for a mother to celebrate, according to this PA teaching.
An example of that happiness and celebration can be seen in Um Nidal, mother of a suicide terrorist:

Um Nidal is filmed with her son, Muhammad, who is armed and ready to carry out a terror attack:
     "By Allah, today is the best day of my life. I feel that our Lord is pleased with me, because I am offering something [my son] for Him. I wish to sacrifice more [sons] for Allah's forgiveness, and for the flag [of Islam], 'There is no god but Allah', to fly over Palestine.... It's true that there's nothing more precious than children, but for the sake of Allah – what is precious becomes cheap." Click to view video on website
PA daily article praises Al-Khansa - 12th century mother who celebrated her son’s Martyrdom 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, July 7, 2015
From the daily religious supplement during Ramadan
Headline
: “Tumadir Bint Amr [Al-Khansa] – the intergenerational poetess”
“When Al-Khansa joined Islam in the eighth year of the Hijra (i.e., the journey of Muhammad and his followers from Mecca to Medina in 622 C.E.), 630 C.E., when she was in her sixties, her sons and cousins accompanied her to the Messenger [Muhammad] to announce that they had joined the new religion [Islam]. Hadith (i.e., sayings and practices attributed to Islam's Prophet Muhammad) transmitter Muhammad Bin Al-Hassan Al-Makhzoumi states: ‘Al-Khansa was present at the Al-Qadisiyya battle in the 16th year of the Hijra, 638 C.E., together with her four sons. She encouraged them to Jihad, accompanied them with the army during the period of Omar ibn Al-Khattab (i.e., a prominent 7th- century caliph), and advised them: ‘O my sons, you converted to Islam and emigrated by choice. In the name of Allah, besides whom there is no other god, you are the sons of one man, as you are the sons of one woman. I did not cheat on your father, and didn’t embarrass your uncle. I didn’t disgrace their honor, and didn’t alter their pedigree. You might know what the great reward is that Allah has prepared for Muslims in battle against infidels, and know that the eternal home is preferable to the temporary home. Allah says: ‘O believers, stand and resist bravely, stand guard, and fear Allah so you will do well.’ [Quran,] Sura AlAmiran, verse 200. If Allah wishes, you will rise tomorrow, healthy and whole; go fight your enemies with wisdom, and with Allah’s help you will prevail over them…’
When she learned that all of them had died as Martyrs she made her famous statement: ‘Praise Allah, who honored me with their Martyrdom-death. I ask my Lord to unite me with them in Paradise.’”

Note: Al-Khansa - an Arab poet from the early period
Mothers’ feelings when sons are martyred: “Palestine is one, the sons are many”‎ 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, May 16, 2015

PA TV host:‎ "Let’s talk about an issue that has been a point of discussion for many ‎years, from the 1st and 2nd Intifada (i.e., Palestinian waves of violence against ‎Israelis): The world’s attitude towards the Palestinian woman, as a woman devoid of ‎maternal feelings who makes sounds of joy when her son dies as a Martyr, or when ‎she loses her husband, etc…‎"
Women’s rights activist Amal Al-A’araj: "The Palestinian woman who makes sounds ‎of joy for her Martyr son, was raised by a Palestinian woman greater than her in her ‎love for the homeland and [the belief]‎ ‎ that Palestine ‘is more precious than my ‎sons.’ Palestine is one, the sons are many. I can give birth to 10 or 12, and I know ‎people with 15, 16 and more, but Palestine is one. The land of Palestine is one...‎"
PA TV host:‎ "So this does not mean that her sons are not precious to her, and that she ‎is a mother devoid of emotion, right?‎"
Women’s rights activist: "Of course [not].‎"
PA TV host: "There is a great message.‎"
Women’s rights activist: "We can all see that she cries first, and then makes sounds of ‎joy. She has feelings. She makes sounds of joy because she accompanied her Martyr ‎son who upheld the cause and defended his land. She witnessed the result of the ‎values she instilled in her son. Nevertheless she makes sounds of joy while crying.‎"
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Mother of Martyr: We ululate since “our child is going... to marry the Dark-Eyed Virgins” 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Mar. 21, 2015

A Martyr’s mother: "We say ‘praise Allah’ for everything. It's our duty to give ourselves and our children [for [N2] the cause]. Praise Allah, it's true that this hurts and that we feel agony and pain. Today, every day and every moment, I miss my son. I'll never forget my son. It's true what they say that we ululate (i.e., make sounds of joy) for our [dead] children because our child is going to Heaven to marry the Dark-Eyed Virgins, Allah willing. May Allah make a dwelling for him in the highest Paradise. It’s not that we don't love our children. We do love our children, but also our homeland. We say ‘Allah willing’ and maintain our resolve..."
General Union of Palestine Workers Widad Manawil: "We tell all women to learn from the resolve of Palestinian women, from the one bidding her Martyr son farewell and the one welcoming her prisoner son with ululations."
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Ramallah governor opposes mothers celebrating their sons' Martyrdom because the world "thinks we have no feelings" 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Mar. 21, 2015
Headline: "Ghannam to Al-Hayat Al-Jadida: 'It is no shame for a mother to cry for her Martyred son'"
Q: "Does a woman ululate out of joy for the death of one of her sons as a Martyr (Shahid), or for his imprisonment during all the years of the struggle?“
District Governor of Ramallah and El-Bireh Laila Ghannam: "I am against ululations (i.e., cries of joy), against restraining the emotions and against presenting ourselves as a nation of barbarians who don't care about loss and deprivation. In psychology, this is called denial, while we Palestinians have learned that it is pride. It is true that our culture talks of the Martyr's high standing and qualities, but when the world sees us carrying a Martyr and hears our ululations, it thinks we have no feelings - especially when it's a child; for when a child dies as a Martyr, the first image we publish is of him holding a weapon. The mother must express her feelings, and this is what I tell all the mothers I visit, for this is their right... “
Q: "If you had a son and a daughter, would you let them participate equally in the ‎various resistance activities, without fearing more for the girl than for the boy?"‎
Laila Ghannam: "Certainly, because I lived that life and my brothers are in jail. I am involved in organizational activity, and many have complained to my father that I get beaten and arrested for intervening in things that are none of my business, such as saving young people from the [Israeli] soldiers and participating in rallies. My father opposed sex discrimination, and said that this kind of intervention was characteristic of the family and that it was everyone's right."
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Mother of synagogue terrorist praises her son who murdered five 
Source: Al-hyat.com, Nov. 19, 2014


Mother of terrorist Uday Abu Jamal recited a poem while receiving guests in her mourning tent:

"I'm wearing the embroidered gown.
How beautiful is your Martyrdom.
You have placed a crown [upon my head] and a star upon my shoulders.
O Ghassan and Uday, who carried out the operation (i.e., murder of 5),
blessed be your hands and the tips of your fingers.
Blessed be the womb that bore you,
blessed be the breasts that nurtured you.
The daughter of Gaza said:
The people of Jerusalem sacrificed their blood, children and wives for the cause.
I, daughter of Jerusalem, am giving Gaza the most beautiful gift.
Ghassan's mother and Uday's mother said:
I brought up my children on the religion of Islam.
Yesterday [I gave] the most beautiful gift.
The Martyrs' blood was not spilled in vain. I am a Palestinian."
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Note: On Nov. 18, 2014, two Arab terrorists, Ghassan and Uday Abu Jamal from East Jerusalem, entered a synagogue in Jerusalem and attacked worshippers with guns, knives and axes, killing 4 worshippers and a police officer. 7 people were injured, 3 of them seriously. The terrorists were killed in an exchange of fire with Israeli Security Forces that arrived on the scene.
Mother of murderer of 3 Israeli teens: He was honored with Martyrdom because Allah loved him  
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Sept. 23, 2014


PA TV reporter:
"At two a.m., according to Zionist hatred time, the residential quarter in Hebron awoke to the sound of shots fired by the occupation directly at the two Martyrs, Amer Abu Aisheh and Marwan Al-Qawasmi..."
Mother of Marwan Al-Qawasmi at his funeral: "[My son] Marwan is an angel. He was loved all his life. Everyone loves him. He is noble, pure and modest - an angel; the hero among heroes and a leader. If Allah hadn't loved him, He wouldn't have honored him with Martyrdom."
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Note: Marwan Al-Qawasmi and Amer Abu Aisheh – Hamas terrorists who kidnapped and murdered three Israeli youths on June 12, 2014: Eyal Yifrach,19, Gilad Shaar,16, and Naftali Frenkel,16. The Israeli boys' bodies were found by Israeli security forces near Hebron on June 30, 2014. The two terrorists were killed on Sept. 23, 2014 during an exchange of fire with an Israeli army force that was attempting to arrest them.
Palestinian mother celebrates her son’s death:‎ ‎“This is the first time I see joy in my heart”‎ 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Sept. 12, 2014

Mother of Muhammad Sunuqrut at his funeral: "This is the first time I see joy in my heart. This is the first time I see such joy. This is the first time. Thank Allah for giving him Martyrdom."
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Note: Muhammad Sunuqrut was a 16-year-old Palestinian ‎who was killed during a riot in Jerusalem in 2014.
Fatah members tell mother of suicide bombing planner: Your sons "drew with their blood the road ‎towards freedom, independence and ‎honor‎" 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, June 28, 2014
‎     “On the 10th anniversary of his ‎Martyrdom death (Shahada), a delegation ‎of Fatah members in Nablus visited the ‎mother of the commander and Martyr ‎‎(Shahid) Naif Abu Sharakh and Martyr ‎Ghassan Abu Sharakh, in her home in ‎the Old City of Nablus… Fatah member ‎Rashid Al-Namr told Al-Hayat Al-Jadida ‎that the purpose of the visit was to ‎emphasize the renewed commitment ‎and loyalty to the Martyrs, who drew ‎with their blood the road towards ‎freedom, independence and honor. He ‎explained that commander Abu Sharakh, ‎as well as his brother, the Martyr ‎Ghassan, was one of the distinct symbols ‎of the Palestinian revolution in the entire ‎homeland, and in the Jenin district and ‎the north specifically. He also explained ‎that the Martyr possessed the personality ‎of a leader, which filled a role in ‎assembling his many friends, despite ‎their different [political] leanings, and that ‎he used that [quality] in his confrontation ‎with the enemy.‎
On her part, the Martyr’s mother, Um Naif, ‎expressed her appreciation of the visit of ‎her ‘sons’ (i.e., the Fatah members who ‎visited her), whom she described as ‎‎‘esteemed Fatah members’ and ‎emphasized the need to continue the ‎struggle in the way her sons and all the ‎Martyrs died, in order to liberate ‎Palestine.”‎

Naif Abu Sharakh was the commander of ‎the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades (Fatah’s ‎military wing) in Nablus. He was involved ‎in many terrorist attacks against Israel, ‎including a double suicide bombing in Tel ‎Aviv on Jan. 5, 2003 in which 23 people ‎were killed and dozens were injured. ‎Sharakh was killed by the Israeli army on ‎June 26, 2004.‎ For more, click "full article."
Aunt of terrorist shooter says her ‎nephew made her and the whole family ‎proud 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, May 31, 2014
Official PA TV program A Martyr’s Tale ‎about terrorist Mustafa Faisal Abu ‎Sariyah, an Islamic Jihad terrorist who, ‎along with ‎Abd Al-Karim Omar ‎Muhammad Ahmad, ‎killed Michal Mor and ‎Noam Gozovsky and ‎wounded 16 others ‎in a shooting attack in ‎Afula on Nov. 26, ‎‎2001. Both terrorists were killed in an ‎ensuing exchange of fire. ‎
Official PA TV narrator: “Mustafa Faisal ‎Abu Sariyah... Our heroic Martyr (Shahid) was born in ‎Jenin, the city of resolve. He suckled the ‎love of the homeland from a young age, ‎prepared his Martyrdom-death with a ‎clever and goal-oriented plan, carried his ‎soul in his hands and turned to the field ‎‎[of action], where the event transpired. ‎There his soul ascended to heaven...”‎
Mother of Mustafa Faisal Abu Sariyah: ‎‎“When I heard there had been an ‎operation (i.e., terror attack) in Afula, ‎something inside of me told me: ‘Get up, ‎purify yourself and pray.’ I said: ‘May Allah ‎bless the womb that bore [the one who ‎carried out] this operation, and give life to ‎the mother of the one who carried out the ‎operation.” (At this point she did not know ‎it was her son, -ed.)‎
Aunt of Mustafa Faisal Abu Sariyah: “He ‎made us proud in the refugee camp, and ‎made the entire Abu Sariyah family proud. ‎Since then, every time it’s said that ‎someone died a Martyr, I mourn and don’t ‎mourn at the same time, because I’m ‎happy that the operation came out of ‎the refugee camp. We are happy and ‎proud of them.”‎

Hamas TV: Sbarro bomber's funeral is "a wedding worthy of ululations" 
Source: Al-Aqsa TV (Hamas), Apr. 30, 2014
Hamas TV reporter: "The Martyrdom-seeker Izz Al-Din Al-Masri (suicide bomber who killed 15) has returned victorious... He has returned to make those who loved him happy, just as he made them happy on the day he carried out his operation (suicide terror attack) 13 years ago. The return to his home in Aqqaba was a wedding worthy of ululations (the Martyr's wedding to the 72 Virgins in Paradise)..."
Suicide bomber's mother: "I congratulate him: Congratulations, my son, on your Martyrdom, praise Allah..."
Hamas TV reporter: "Izz Al-Din Al-Masri ascended to Paradise in a Martyrdom-seeking operation (suicide terror attack) he carried out in the Sbarro restaurant in Jerusalem, where he gave the Zionists a taste of humiliation after killing 19 Zionists and wounding dozens... The citizens expressed their pride in Izz Al-Din's heroism, along with the thousands who gathered to accompany him on his final journey, and they did not forget all those who played a role in this operation."...
Hamas leader Ahmad Nimr Abu Ara: "I salute Ahlam Tamimi, (planner  of the Sbarro bombing) who brought Izz Al-Din to his battlefield; I salute Qais Adwan (responsible for murder of 77); I salute Abdallah Barghouti (67 life sentences); I salute Ahmed Al-Ja'abari (Hamas leader); I salute Muhammad Deif (Hamas leader), and first and foremost, I salute prisoner Jamal Abu Al-Hija (9 life sentences)."
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Mother of suicide bombing organizer tells PA TV: "We are proud of him and of his ‎Martyrdom‎" 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Apr. 5, 2014
Official PA TV program a Martyr’s Tale ‎visited the home of Hani Hashash.‎
Mother of Hani Hashash: “He [carried out] ‎many operations (i.e., terror attacks) – ‎there was an operation at Joseph’s Tomb ‎‎(near Nablus). He confronted the soldiers ‎and the same day he hit a soldier and the ‎soldier died, and he came home happy, ‎he was very happy, and all youths (Hani’s ‎friends) came over. They knew that Hani ‎had hit a soldier and the soldier had died ‎in a confrontation. He was very happy ‎about this operation he’d carried out, was ‎proud [of it]. He was always a hero and ‎leader of Jihad, he always engaged in ‎confrontations and activities in the ‎‎[refugee] camp. He protected his people ‎and his homeland…”‎
Friend of Hani Hashash: “There was a ‎need for a group from this people that ‎would think to pick up weapons, think ‎about the national activity for the ‎Palestinian national achievement – and ‎that’s what everyone dreamt of and ‎thought about … and Hani was one of ‎those who thought of picking up the ‎weapon and resisting the occupation, for ‎the achievement of the Palestinian ‎national plan.”‎
Mother of Hani Hashash: “Praise be to ‎Allah, he killed soldiers and wounded ‎soldiers and died a Martyr (Shahid). Praise ‎be to Allah, he makes us proud. We are ‎proud of him and of his Martyrdom.”‎

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PA embassy official praises Palestinian mothers of Jihadists at ceremony in UNESCO Palace 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Mar. 20, 2014
     “The Fatah movement, the movement’s institutions and Lebanese and Palestinian civil institutions in Lebanon organized a Palestinian-Lebanese heritage exhibit yesterday [March 19, 2014] to celebrate Mothers’ Day at the UNESCO Palace in Beirut…
Advisor for Cultural [Affairs] at the Palestinian Embassy in Lebanon Maher Meshaiel, who represented PA Ambassador [to Lebanon] Ashraf Dabbour at the exhibit opening, said: ‘The Palestinian mother has qualities that set her apart from [other mothers] in the world, for she is the soldier, the fighter and the one who resists, and the hope protecting Palestine’s olive trees. She who was uprooted from her land has turned the nights of despair in the diaspora and exile into days of flowing hope. She has pulled out her gun, parted from her son with a smile and received him as a Martyr (Shahid) with ululations, in order to prevent the enemy from feeling the intoxication of his victory.’
For his part, Mustafa Hamdan, President of the Leadership Council of the Independent Nasserite Movement, or Al-Murabitoun (i.e., a Lebanese political party,) saluted Palestinian mothers and expressed his appreciation of them, calling the Palestinian mother the mother of all the sons of the Arab homeland, and the one who had, since and before 1948, and up to this very day, whenever a commander, fighter or Jihadist was killed, borne 100 children in his place, to become Martyrs for the homeland.”
From WAFA, official PA news agency
Mother of terrorist calls her son a bridegroom at his funeral 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Feb. 10, 2014
PA TV airs footage of the PA TV military funeral for Ahmad Al-Faqih, who killed 4 students.
Mother of terrorist Ahmad Al-Faqih: "We are escorting Ahmad today as a bridegroom..."
PA TV reporter: "Here, in front of the Martyrs (Shahids) of Dura Cultural Center, the funeral procession turned into a national wedding, in which many spoke of the need to increase both official and popular efforts to put an end to what are known as 'the numbered cemeteries' (i.e., Israeli cemeteries for terrorists and enemy soldiers)." ...
Man at the funeral: "After 12 years in which the body of hero Martyr Ahmad Al-Faqih was held [by Israel], Dura and the Hebron Municipality are proving to everyone that the Martyrs are more honorable than all of us." ...
PA TV reporter: "After a 12-year separation, the city of Dura now embraces the remains of its Martyr, who wrote the most wonderful and sublime words of sacrifice with his blood."
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Note: Ahmad Al-Faqih belonged to the Islamic Jihad terrorist group. He and another terrorist infiltrated the Otniel Yeshiva (religious studies academy) in the West Bank and murdered 4 students on Dec. 27, 2002. Al-Faqih was killed during a fire exchange with the Israeli army force that was dispatched to respond the terrorist attack. Israel returned Al-Faqih’s body to the PA on Feb. 9, 2014.
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Mother of terrorist wished, "If only I could give birth each day to a boy ‎who would become a Martyr‎" 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Feb. 8, 2014
PA TV program For You broadcast a ‎meeting with families of Jordanian ‎prisoners in Amman.‎
PA TV Host: “Knowing that your son ‎received 11 life sentences – as a mother, ‎how do you view these 11 life sentences? ‎Is there still hope in your heart?”‎
Mar’i Abu Sa’ida’s Mother: “Of course. ‎There is great hope in my heart. Israel ‎won’t exist forever, my son. ‘Israel,’ in ‎quotation marks. Perhaps this evening, ‎perhaps now. Allah created Israel, and He ‎will destroy it according to His will.”‎
Brother of Abdallah Abu-Jaber: “I tell him, ‎Abdallah: Before she died, your mother ‎said: ‘If only I could give birth each day to ‎a boy who would become a Martyr ‎‎(Shahid) of the Martyrs of Palestine”‎

Mar’i Abu Sa’ida is serving 11 life ‎sentences. He was a member of a Hamas ‎terror cell responsible for several terror ‎attacks, including a suicide bombing at the ‎Tzrifin bus stop (9 killed, 14 wounded, ‎Sept. 9, 2003), a suicide bombing at the ‎Hillel Café in Jerusalem (7 killed, over 50 ‎wounded, Sept. 9, 2003) and a bombing at ‎a bus stop in Tel Aviv (1 killed, 24 ‎wounded, July 11, 2004).‎

Abdallah Abu Jaber – serving a 20-year ‎sentence for placing a bomb on a bus in ‎Tel Aviv on Dec. 28, 2000, wounding 14 ‎people.‎
Female suicide bomber praised by her father for becoming a Martyr 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 4, 2014
Headline: “Bethlehem escorts the bodies of Martyrs (Shahids) Ayyat Al-Akhras and Daoud Abu Suway to burial”
     “Martyrs Daoud Abu Suway and Ayyat Al-Akhras finally found rest in the place where they had wanted their remains to be buried... The two Martyrs’ funeral procession set out yesterday [Feb. 3, 2014]... in a military ceremony attended by thousands of citizens who walked behind the caskets that had been covered with flowers and wreaths… Muhammad Al-Akhras, Martyr Ayyat’s father, thanked the masses of our people. He said that since his daughter died a Martyr, she has become the daughter of the entire nation and not only of the Al-Akhras family… Al-Akhras had been an excellent high school student when she died a Martyr. She carried out her operation (i.e., terror attack) in the settlement neighborhood of Kiryat HaYovel when she was 18 years old. Martyr Abu Suway is survived by four sons, the youngest was 9 years old.”

Notes: What the article calls the “settlement neighborhood of Kiryat HaYovel” was established in 1952 in West Jerusalem and is recognized internationally as part of Israel.
Ayyat Al-Akhras - the youngest female Palestinian suicide bomber (age 17). She killed 2 Israelis and injured 28 in a suicide bombing near a Jerusalem supermarket on March 29, 2002. Israel returned her body to the PA on Feb. 2, 2014.
Daoud Abu Suway was a suicide bomber from the Islamic Jihad terrorist organization who blew himself up near the David Citadel Hotel in Jerusalem on Dec. 5, 2001. 8 people were wounded in the attack. Israel returned his body to the PA on Feb. 2, 2014.
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Suicide bomber's mother: "Praise be to Allah, she succeeded" 
Source: Al-Quds TV, Feb. 3, 2014
Al-Quds TV interviewed the mother of suicide bomber Ayyat Al-Akhras.
Al-Quds TV reporter: “At the end of March 12 years ago, Ayyat [Al-Akhras], who had turned 17, set out for her high school in the Deheisheh refugee camp in Bethlehem to take her last test at the school. Instead of returning to her home, she went to Paradise.”
Mother of suicide bomber Ayyat Al-Akhras: “She told me, ‘I have a test, pray for me,’ – and I prayed that she would [do well] on the test. She really did have a test at the school; she handed in her test at the school, and [then] went to the big test. Praise be to Allah, she succeeded in both.”

Ayyat Al-Akhras - the youngest female Palestinian suicide bomber (age 17). She killed 2 Israelis and injured 28 in a suicide bombing near a Jerusalem supermarket on March 29, 2002. Israel transferred the terrorist's body to the PA on Feb. 2, 2014.
PA TV reporter: Family of suicide bomber is “proud” and “happy” about funeral 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Feb. 2, 2014
Official PA TV News reported on the return of terrorists Ayyat Al-Akhras’ and Daoud Abu Suway’ remains.
Poster: “The Palestinian National Liberation Movement, Fatah, Bethlehem branch, Artas area, mourns the death of the most veteran Martyrdom-seeker Daoud Ali Abu Suway and of the bride of Palestine Ayyat Al-Akhras.”
PA TV reporter: “The family of the bride of Palestine, Martyr Ayyat Al-Akhras from the Deheisheh refugee camp has mixed emotions of pain and happiness. It [the family] is proud of her Martyrdom death and happy about her approaching funeral and [happy] that she will be buried in the soil of the land for whose freedom she struggled.”

Notes: Ayyat Al-Akhras - the youngest female Palestinian suicide bomber (age 17). She killed 2 Israelis and injured 28 in a suicide bombing near a Jerusalem supermarket on March 29, 2002. Israel transferred the terrorist's body to the PA on Feb. 2, 2014.
Daoud Abu Suway was a suicide bomber from the Islamic Jihad terrorist organization who blew himself up near the David Citadel Hotel in Jerusalem on Dec. 5, 2001. 8 people were wounded in the attack. Israel transferred the terrorist’s body to the PA on Feb. 2, 2014.
Terrorist's mother tells PA daily she is "proud of what her son, the Martyr, did‎" 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Jan. 30, 2014
     ‎“Thousands of Nablus residents ‎accompanied the body of Martyr (Shahid) ‎Ahmad Hafez Sa‏'‏adat, who died a Martyr ‎at the age of 19 during a self-sacrifice ‎operation (i.e., terror attack) he carried out ‎near the Elon Moreh settlement…‎
The occupation authorities released his ‎remains from the numbered cemeteries ‎‎(i.e., Israeli cemeteries for terrorists and ‎enemy soldiers) after 12 years…‎
The Martyr was transferred on a military ‎vehicle (i.e., received an official military ‎funeral), and after arriving at the old Askar ‎refugee camp, the residents, waving ‎Palestinian flags and flags of the [political] ‎factions and shouting slogans ‎condemning the occupation and ‎supporting the continuation of the ‎resistance, carried the Martyr on their ‎shoulders…‎
The Martyr’s mother told Al-Hayat Al-‎Jadida that she was proud of what her ‎son, the Martyr, did before his Martyrdom. ‎She explained that now she was calm, ‎having received the body of her son. She ‎thanked all those who aided in returning ‎her son to her, even if in a coffin…‎
It should be noted that Ahmad [Hafez ‎Sa‏'‏adat] Abd Al-Jawad died a Martyr ‎during an operation (i.e., terror attack) he ‎carried out in the Elon Moreh settlement ‎near the old Askar refugee camp on ‎March 28, 2002, after a confrontation with ‎the settlement’s security guards.”‎

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PA TV broadcasts terrorist's mother praising Allah that her son is a "Martyr" 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Jan. 25, 2014
Official PA TV showed the family of Martyr (Shahid) Shadi Hamamreh from Bethlehem in anticipation of receiving their son's body after 22 years.
“Martyr’s” mother: “Praise be to Allah, this is the greatest joy, Praise be to Allah that he is a Martyr.”

Note: Shadi Hamamreh – he and accomplice Khaled Dabash were both wearing explosives and on their way to carry out a double suicide bombing in Jerusalem on March 26, 2002. When they did not respond to instructions to stop, Israeli border police shot at their car, which exploded. Both terrorists died but no one else was harmed. Israel transferred Hamamreh’s body to the PA on Jan. 26, 2014.
“Mothers ululate with joy” when Martyrs’ blood is shed  
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, May 15, 2013
PA TV program Palestine this Morning, special Nakba Day broadcast.
General Coordinator of the National Committee for Commemorating Nakba Day, Muhammad Alyan: "Some say, 'Will you commemorate the Nakba (“the catastrophe,” the Palestinian term for the establishment of the State of Israel) through songs?' I say to anyone who speaks this way: Martyrs fall among us and [their] mothers ululate with joy over the blood that flows on this good land. When a Martyr falls we chant slogans. We chant national songs even at processions and rallies. Sometimes these songs reach the heart better than a bullet."
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