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Case study: Dalal Mughrabi, from terrorist to hero

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Female terrorists Dalal Mughrabi, Wafa Idris, and others are role models for students
The official PA TV program "Palestine This Morning" discussed the role of university students in Fatah anniversary celebrations. PA TV interviewed Fadi Shawahin, acting President of the Al-Quds University Student Union; Ayyat Salah Al-Din, Coordinator of the universities' "Sisters of Dalal" committees and Dr. Yasser Abu Hammad, member of the Fatah branch in Qalqilya.

Ayyat Salah Al-Din described the "Sisters of Dalal" organization: "When we speak of the 'Sisters of Dalal,' we're talking about a prisoner's sister, a Martyr's (Shahid) widow, or the Palestinian fighter's daughter in general. You're talking about the successors of Martyr Dalal Mughrabi, and the successors of other Martyrdom-seeking women (i.e., suicide terrorists) like Wafa Idris, Ayyat Al-Akhras, Andalib Takatka, and many others."
[Official Palestinian Authority TV, Jan. 1, 2013]

Note: Dalal Mughrabi - led the most lethal terror attack in Israel's history in 1978, when she and other terrorists hijacked a bus and killed 37 civilians, 12 of them children.

Wafa Idris was the first Palestinian female suicide bomber. She killed one 1 and injured over 100 in her attack in central Jerusalem in 2002. As a volunteer for the Palestinian Red Crescent, she was able to bypass Israeli security and enter Jerusalem in a Palestinian ambulance.

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 near a Jerusalem supermarket on March 29, 2002.

Andalib Khalil Muhammad Suleiman or Andalib Takatka -- female suicide bomber who killed 6 and wounded more than 80 in her attack on Jerusalem's Mahane Yehuda outdoor market on April 12, 2002.
Official Palestinian Authority TV Jan. 1, 2013 (1 min)


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