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Parents celebrate children's death
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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Mother of suicide bomber says she's proud, hopes more girls will follow in her daughter's footsteps
Source: Fatah's Facebook page, Jan. 27, 2013
Picture posted on Fatah's Facebook page with the following description:
     "This is Wafa Idris, 23 years old, who left her family, her mother and her brothers, and said to them that day: 'The situation is grave. One might die as a Martyr (Shahid) at any moment.'
Wafa was late in returning, and night fell. Her family began to look for her, and asked some of her girlfriends who said that she had said goodbye to them, and that she had asked them to pray, saying: 'I will do a deed that will make you proud,' but she did not explain what that deed would be...
Wafa's mother said that when she heard on the media that it could have been a woman who carried out the Martyrdom-seeking operation in Jerusalem and [Wafa] hadn't come back, she thought that this could be the only explanation for her being missing. She added that she is a hero, and said, 'My daughter is a Martyr (Shahida).’ ...
At least 2,000 Palestinians participated in the symbolic funeral of the first female Martyrdom-seeker who blew herself up in Israel... The coffin was draped in the Palestinian flag and posters of Wafa Idris were put on the walls of the streets in the refugee camp. Participants called 'Wafa is a hero' while armed men fired in the air to salute Wafa.
Wafa's mother said that she is proud of her daughter, and hopes that more girls will follow in her footsteps. Wafa - the beautiful flower who, through her Martyrdom-seeking operation, turned upside down Israeli security considerations that had focused on observing young Palestinian men only."
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Note: Wafa Idris was the first Palestinian female suicide bomber. She killed one and injured over 100 in her 2002 Jerusalem attack.
Mother praised Allah when she heard of her son’s Martydom-death in a terror attack
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, May 31, 2012
PA TV program Palestine This Morning on the subject of the numbered cemeteries (i.e., Israeli cemeteries for terrorists and enemy soldiers). The program interviews the mother of "Martyr" (Shahid) Ihab Abu Salim from the village Rantis, who carried out a terrorist attack in Jerusalem in 2003.
Mother of Ihab Abu Salim "I received the news of his death as a Martyr with a happy heart, because death comes to all of us- with Shahada (Martyrdom death for Allah) or without it. Praise to Allah – Allah chose what was best for him."
Interviewee: "When he died as a Martyr, we had a feeling of pain and separation along with pride, but after 9 years I think that we feel only pride."

Note: The Cemeteries for Enemy Casualties are two burial sites maintained by the Israeli army for burying the bodies of enemy soldiers as well as terrorists. They are fenced and well-marked. Graves have markers instead of gravestones. Burial is temporary, on the assumption that the bodies will eventually be returned to their countries of origin. No ceremony is held. The bodies are buried in numbered caskets, after their identities have been documented.
Ihab Abu Salim - Hamas terrorist who carried out a suicide bombing at a hitch-hiking post in central Israel on Sept. 9, 2003, killing 8 soldiers.
Song on PA TV: Mothers celebrate the Martyrdom-death of their sons
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, May 31, 2012
PA TV program For You shows the Graves of Martyrs (Shahids). PA TV chose to play the following song in the background:
"Our brother has returned;
Oh eye – do not spill tears for him.
He returned on the shoulders of his friends and people who love him.
The brother has returned;
Oh mother – make sounds of joy;
The blood of this Martyr is a debt that we must repay."
Mother and wife are "very proud" of terrorist "hero"
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Apr. 15, 2012
Official PA TV program A Link in the Chain shows poster with symbols of Fatah and the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades:
“’Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigade
Martyr (Shahid) Imad Mughniyeh squad
Fatah’s Military Wing
Warmly blesses the prisoner’s family: Alaa Salah’”
Mother of prisoner Alaa Ahmad Abd Al-Mun'im Salah: “I consider Alaa a hero from among the heroes of Palestine, regardless of whether he was a prisoner or a Martyr, because we have achieved Martyrdom (Shahada) in the past. That is, his brother achieved Martyrdom in the past [during the Intifada] (i.e., the first Palestinian wave of violence against Israel, 1988-1993), and his uncles also, in the past, in the days of ’67. This is not a new thing for us. And, Praise be to Allah, I am very proud of him, because Alaa is still patient and resolute.”
Wife of prisoner Alaa Ahmad Abd Al-Mun'im Salah: “Alaa, Praise be to Allah, Master of the universe – his arrest is an honor for us. Praise be to Allah, Master of the universe, it is an honor for me that he is a prisoner, and if he were a Martyr, Praise be to Allah, that [would be] a huge honor.”

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The Palestinian mother is “a model of giving” for proudly sending off her son to die as a Martyr
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Jan. 8, 2012
     "Laila Ghannam, District Governor of Ramallah and El-Bireh paid a visit yesterday to released prisoners Tamer Shawamreh and Omar Khalil Karakreh [both had been serving time in prison and were released in the framework of the second stage of the Shalit exchange]. Ghannam said: 'The Palestinian mother is a model of giving… She parts from her Shahid (Martyr) son with trills of victory and pride, and marries off her prisoner son with full honor, glory and acclaim.'"
Mother on PA TV describes terrorist son as a "groom," receiving his body is a "wedding"
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Oct. 10, 2011
The mother of a Palestinian terrorist Hafez Abu Zanat after his body was transferred from Israel, where he had been killed:
     “The groom has arrived, [it is] as if a groom came in to me. Yesterday there was a wedding at my place. The groom came, took his bride, and went to his home, and that’s it. [Now] I’m relieved.”
Mother upon news of daughter's suicide bombing: "I want to sing, she is a bride"
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Aug. 3, 2011
PA TV program The Best Mothers visits the mother of Darin Abu Aisheh, a suicide bomber who blew herself up at a roadblock in 2002, wounding three Israelis. The mother spoke with pride of how she received the news of her daughter's death, seeing it as her wedding:
     "I didn't scream, even my scarf stayed on my head. Everyone came.
Everyone heard what happened... I was sitting and started to sing to her.
I said, 'It's the night before your wedding, Darin, and we won't see you anymore, my daughter.' People around me said, 'Allah be with you.'
I said, 'I haven't gone mad, I'm not crazy. I want to sing, Darin is a bride.'"

PA TV focused on a poster of the terrorist displayed in the mother's home with the following text and Quran quote:
"Fight them, and Allah will punish them by your hands, cover them with shame, help you (to victory) over them, heal the breasts of Believers" [Quran 14, 9]
"The Palestinian National Liberation Movement - Fatah - Beit Wazan branch is happy to announce [the death of] the heroic Martyrdom-seeker, Darin Muhammad Tawfiq Abu Aisheh Member of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades"
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Note: Islamic tradition says that male Martyrs marry the 72 Dark-Eyed virgins of Paradise. There is also a belief that a female Martyr becomes one of the virgins and marries a Martyr.
Mother of a Martyr wishes for more children who will become Martyrs
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Sept. 24, 2010
Talkshow: “Good Morning Jerusalem”
Subject: Attacks on prisoners.
Guest: Amjad Abu Asab, head of the Committee of Prisoners’ Families.
Guest from Jerusalem: Mother of a Shahid and five prisoners, Um Rafat Al-Isawi (she herself is a former prisoner) 
Mother says: “If I were young and could bear children who would fight the way my children fought, and another generation of my children could arise, I would do it.”
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Mother: "All the glory and honor is that my son is a Shahid"
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Apr. 19, 2010
As part of report on funeral of prisoner Raed Abu Hamad, who died in an Israel prison:
Mother of Abu Hamad: "I know that my son, praise Allah, died as a Shahid, and all the glory and honor is that my son is a Shahid." Click to view bulletin
Mother of Martyr welcomes son's death
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Feb. 11, 2010
PA TV news report:
Mother upon news of son’s death in an IDF airstrike: “We had always hoped for his [my son’s] Martyrdom (Shahada), knowing he wanted to die as a Martyr (Shahid). Every time he went out, we would say to him, ‘May Allah be with you.’ We knew that he wanted to die as a Martyr. Praise to Allah, he sought Martyrdom, and he achieved it. My message to every mother is to sacrifice her child for Palestine.
Another woman: “By Allah, we welcome every Martyr as if he were a groom among us." Click here to view
Mother of Martyr: "Every mother should sacrifice her child for Palestine"
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Feb. 11, 2010
PA TV news report:
Mother upon news of son's death in an IDF airstrike: "We had always hoped for his [my son's] Martyrdom (Shahada), knowing he wanted to die as a Martyr (Shahid). Every time he went out, we would say to him, 'May Allah be with you.' We knew that he wanted to die as a Martyr. Praise to Allah, he sought Martyrdom, and he achieved it. My message to every mother is to sacrifice her child for Palestine.
Another woman: "By Allah, we welcome every Martyr as if he were a groom among us." Click to view video
Ministry of Educ. thanks mothers for providing Martyrs
Source: Al-Ayyam, Feb. 23, 2009
Nivin Maslah, head of Ministry of Education dept. of public relations, Mother's Day speech:
     "[Nivin Maslah, Head of Deptartment of Public Relations at the PA Ministry of Education] 'We send, from the Education Ministry, a kiss of love and thanks to the foreheads of our mothers'… She praised the pioneering role of the mother in creating the [next] generations, and for their enormous forbearance in providing  Martyrs (Shahids) and prisoners throughout the years of the struggle against the occupation."
Father proud of 17 year-old Martyr
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Dec. 23, 2007
PA TV interview with father of suicide terrorist Ayyat al-Akhras. At the age of 17, she became the youngest female Palestinian suicide bomber. She killed 2 Israelis and injured 28 in a suicide bombing in Jerusalem, March 2002:
Host:
“Father of [suicide terrorist] Martyr Ayat al-Akhras - you and your cause deserve the greatest respect… Ayat was very young [17] when she was martyred… In our view, Ayat is a hero, and we want to hear more and remember this Martyr, since we hold her memory dear in our hearts.”
Father: "[Ayat's] goal was to study journalism, to promote her Palestinian cause around the world…”
Host: “Through Ayat's heroic act [suicide bombing] she succeeded in reaching the entire world.”
Father prayed for joy of son's Shahada death
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Nov. 3, 2006
Sheikh Imad Hamato, PA cleric, during his weekly PA TV show teaching Islam:
   "I once heard a father of one of the Shahids (Martyrs) say: 'I would pray with my son at night, and ask Allah for Shahada (Martyrdom) for my son. I asked Allah for Shahada for my son, until Allah gave me joy with his Shahada.'" Click here to view
PA glorifies mother who celebrated 4 sons' deaths
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Feb. 26, 2006
Sheikh Yusuf Jum’ah Salameh, PA Minister of Waqf (Islamic Trust), in the presence of PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, honors woman who celebrated the death of her four sons, as "a great woman":
     “Al-Khansa, this noble woman… The day she lost her brother Sakhr [before she adopted Islam] she began crying and shouting in anguish... [But] when Allah filled her heart to accept Islam, and faith filled her heart, things changed. She sent her four sons, her flesh and blood, into battle, to Qadisiyah [near Iraq] as a service to this religion. When she heard that they had attained Shahadah (Martyrdom for Allah), she said, ‘Praise Allah, who honored me with their deaths. I pray to Allah that I will join them in Paradise...’
This is the great woman. This is the noble woman. See how Islam changed her behavior and her poetry?”

Note: Al-Khansa - an Arab woman and poet from the earliest period of Islam (7th century) famous and honored in Islamic tradition for sending her four sons to battle and rejoiced when they all died as Martyrs. She has been lauded by the PA and often presented as a role model for mothers.
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