Eulogy promoting death as a Martyr aired on PA TV: "Do not die, but amidst the hail of bullets"
Official Palestinian Authority TV - Nov. 27, 2015

 

PA's Supreme Shari’ah Judge Mahmoud Al-Habbash delivers Friday sermon in presence of Chairman ‎Mahmoud Abbas:
“These are your holy places. This is your Jerusalem. This is your mosque, this is your ‎Al-Aqsa [Mosque]. This is your Church [of the Holy Sepulchre]. You should visit them. Come to ‎Palestine, as did that brave and honorable man (i.e., head of the Coptic Church)”‎

PA TV's transmission cuts to funeral of PFLP member, unknown speaker:
“Glory to you, and to you we ‎are loyal. Rest in peace, honorable Martyr. Rest in peace, our honorable Khaled [Jawabreh]. ‘The ‎revolution may last a hundred years or more, and the impatient should step aside’ (quote by founder ‎of terror organization PFLP George Habash). Therefore, comrades, ‘Beware of natural death, do not ‎die, but amidst the hail of bullets’ (poem by Ghassan Kanafani). ‘A covenant was made later on [which ‎guarantees] that you will not be defeated, Victory grows where the field is nurtured with blood’ ‎‎(poem by Islamic scholar Sayyid Qutb). If there are men here who claim glory, the lions of the refugee ‎camp will be the first to reach Heaven. The lions of the refugee camp will be the first to reach Heaven. ‎‎‘Beware of natural death, do not die, but amidst the hail of bullets.’‎

‎[PA TV cuts back to Friday sermon]‎
Habbash: “Praise Allah, Master of the World. ‘There is to be no aggression except against the ‎oppressors.’ (Quran 2:193)‎

[PA TV's transmission cuts to funeral of Khaled Jawabreh – a 20-year-old PFLP member from Al-Arroub ‎refugee camp, who was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers during clashes between Palestinians and the ‎Israeli army on Nov. 26, 2015‎.]
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George Habash (1926-2008) – Founder of the terror organization Popular Front for the Liberation of ‎Palestine (PFLP). The PFLP has planned and carried out numerous terror attacks against Israeli civilians ‎since its founding in 1967 and through the Palestinian terror campaign between 2000-2005 (the ‎Intifada).‎

Ghassan Kanafani (1936-1972) – Writer and leader of the terror organization Popular Front for the ‎Liberation of Palestine (PFLP).‎

Sayyid Qutb (1906-1966) – Prominent leader of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt during the 1950s and ‎‎1960s and Islamic scholar‎