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Rap by teen terrorist “Martyr”: “Light the Molotov cocktail,” “We all sacrifice for Jerusalem”
The video shows terrorist Milad Al-Ra’i rapping a song he wrote. Lyrics: “What the Palestinian says, …a son of the [refugee] camp: Stand firm in the camp… Light the Molotov [cocktail] at the front, we are not afraid of the army or the police force… We all sacrifice for Jerusalem, and we know Allah...”
Fatah brags of murders of Israeli father and son, murderer is “hero”
the video shows someone giving one of the victims heart massage. A song glorifying the murderer plays in the background: Lyrics: “You saw the hero, you saw You saw the one who does not fear From the moment he appeared you recognized him And whoever doesn’t see [him] is blind. He imposed a curfew In...”
Fatah brags of that murderer of Israeli father and son is “hero”
Lyrics: “You saw the hero, you saw You saw the one who does not fear From the moment he appeared you recognized him And whoever doesn’t see [him] is blind. He imposed a curfew In order to clarify to the evil ones: The previous times are over. He sounds a thunderous roar, He stands before death. O”
Fatah praises as “hero” and “legend” terrorist shooter who ambushed Israeli soldiers
The video shows pictures of terrorist Samih Abu Al-Wafa, including one of him leaning out of a window while another man holds his waist and aiming an assault rifle to shoot at Israeli soldiers. A song is played in the background. Lyrics: “The people asks: Who is that, the masked man in the picture?...”
Fatah quotes Arafat: “We fight when we want to fight, according to a Palestinian decision, not external instructions”
The Fatah Movement – Bethlehem Branch posted a video and text on its Telegram channel showing former PLO and PA Chairman Yasser Arafat giving a speech in the Gaza Strip at an unknown date: PLO and PA Chairman Yasser Arafat: “Yes… we fight when we want to fight, according to a Palestinian decision,...”
Fatah glorifies dead terrorist as “model of heroism,” army in his name swears “adherence to the rifle is sacred”
The video shows a ceremony from a military training course held by the “Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades, Palestine – Martyr Nidal Al-Amoudi Brigade” in the Gaza Strip. The stage backdrop of the ceremony shows a huge picture of terrorist Ibrahim Al-Nabulsi and posters of former PLO and PA Chairman Yasser...
Dead terrorist’s “last will”: Don’t cry at my funeral. “Hand out dates and make sounds of joy at the wedding of Martyrdom”
Terrorist Luay Abu Na’asa: “I have realized my wish and received Martyrdom for Allah. With the determination of the Jihad fighters I set out from this world, and I am going to a pure world, to Paradise... My family: Know that I did not leave you out of distress or a grudge against you, but rather...”
“The lion of sniping” – Fatah glorifies dead terrorist
The Fatah Movement – Bethlehem Branch posted a video of terrorist Muhammad Aweis posing with assault rifles. A song glorifying Martyrdom-death plays in the background. I’m the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ [Brigades] Our Martyrs (i.e., terrorists) are the glory, the honor, and the victory. Our Martyrs are the...
Fatah glorifies death, encourages violence: “If I fall, take my place, O my comrade in the struggle, Carry my weapon”
The sentence “A fighter avenges his comrade with gunshots and inherits his rifle” refers to the video in the background, which shows a terrorist getting out of a car, shooting, and getting back in. Apparently wounded or dead he falls from the car and a fellow terrorist gets out, takes the fallen...