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Fatah praises Tel Aviv killer who murdered 3 civilians, saying that he is leading "the path of return"
Tel Aviv murderer is compared to killer Dalal Mughrabi, as Fatah boasts that his bar shooting necessitated the use of Israeli special forces last deployed in Tel Aviv after Mughrabi's 1978 attack
Terrorists who murdered 48 honored as “heroes” by Fatah official in Gaza
On Palestinian Prisoner’s Day: Fatah Commissioner of the Prisoners, Martyrs, and Wounded in the Gaza Strip Tayseer Al-Bardini: “We need to speak about the prisoners’ acts of heroism – if we speak about the Savoy heroes (i.e., terrorists, murdered 11), they were among the prisoners. The heroes of...”
"Fatah heroes outlined the map of the homeland with their blood" – Fatah honours "heroic" mass murdering terrorists
Fatah holds rally to commemorate the Savoy Operation in which 11 people were murdered and the Coastal Road massacre in which 37 people were killed, calling the terrorists who committed the attacks "brave heroes" and "great leaders"
PA renames March "the month of leader Dalal Mughrabi" after the terrorist who murdered 37 people, including 12 children
PA TV explains that "the first concern of women is the liberation of this land, resistance to the occupation, and placing constant emphasis on Jerusalem being the eternal capital of the State of Palestine" while honouring terrorist mass-murderer
For Mothers' Day, Governor Laila Ghannam glorifies the "fighting rebel Dalal Mughrabi," a female terrorist who killed 37 people
Ramallah and El-Bireh District Governor Laila Ghannam ironically lauds terrorist Mughrabi, the woman who murdered 12 children, on Mothers' Day, saying "she was a Martyr, a central figure, who always stood firm with her head high"
PA: "One of the most important components of the Palestinian identity is the memory of Dalal Mughrabi," the terrorist who led the murder of 37 people
Official PA Daily claims that Jews were "settlers from the first wave that stepped on the land of Palestine in the 1880s until this day," while saying that "if you were to ask any Palestinian about the important dates in March, at lightning speed they would list the operation of Dalal Mughrabi" who led the most lethal terror attack in Israel’s history
Fatah glorifies murderer Mughrabi who led killing of 37 Israelis, including 12 children
Text on poster: “March 11, 1978 The Bride of Palestine Dalal Mughrabi Leader of the Palestinian coast operation She established the Republic of Palestine on the shores of Tel Aviv” Text on poster: “Dalal Mughrabi The legend that never dies” A song is played in the background of the video. Lyrics:...
Murderer who led killing of 37 glorified by PA as “legend that never dies”
Official PA TV newsreader: “Today is the 44th anniversary of the death as a Martyr of female Palestinian fighter Dalal Mughrabi (i.e., led murder of 37, 12 of them children).” Official PA TV reporter: “The legend that never dies, Dalal Mughrabi, one of the most famous self-sacrificing fighters of...”
For International Womens' Day, PA remembers the "central" Palestinian women: Suicide bombers, plane hijackers and murderers
PA commemorates the "women who sacrificed themselves to defend Palestine… They carried weapons and took care of the self-sacrificing martyrs," while praising the "prominent" women who left their mark by killing Israelis with bombs, hijackings and suicide missions
Among Fatah's heroic women - a child murderer and a plane hijacker
Video and text posted on the Facebook page of the Fatah Commission of Information and Culture Video: A video produced by Fatah-run Awdah TV is shown, in which images of female terrorists appear accompanied by text on screen. Text on screen: “On March 8 the entire world, and particularly the...”
Celebrating 57 years since Fatah's first terror attack against Israel, Palestinians wave banners to commemorate terrorist murderers
Signs at the celebrations held in honour of Fatah show an image of "the self-sacrificing fighter of Palestine, Martyr Dalal Mughrabi," the woman who killed 37 people including 12 children
Female Martyrs and terrorists are proof of gender equality in Palestinian society - PA minister of women’s affairs
Official PA TV program Palestine This Morning, on Palestinian Women’s Day PA Minister of Women’s Affairs Amal Hamad: “The first women’s committee was on Oct. 26, 1929, in the shadow of the Al-Buraq Rebellion. The mighty rebellion (i.e., Hebron Massacre, 1929) in which great Martyrs died… The mighty...”
Oct 26, 2021
Women are "partners" in terror, boasts PA minister of women’s affairs, proving gender equality "especially in matters of national struggle"
For Palestinian Women’s Day, PA minister shows off female terrorist mass murderers and “female Martyrs” to prove women are “hand in hand” with men in terror
Oct 26, 2021