Fatah students admire terrorist Dalal Mughrabi who led murder of 37, honor her, arch-terrorist Abu Jihad, and bomb-maker Abdallah Barghouti in parade
Text and video posted on the official Fatah Facebook page
Posted text: “The magnificent women of the [Fatah] Shabiba [student movement] at Birzeit University, the Sisters of Dalal, creators of praise and the voice of the truth and the revolution”
Video: Female member of the Sisters of Dalal committee of the Fatah Shabiba student movement: “Our call is for the homeland, the prisoners, the Martyrs (Shahids), and Dalal Mughrabi, who we are proud to be associated with.”
Visual: A group of female Shabiba members are seen holding a cutout of Dalal Mughrabi upon which is written: “The Sisters of Dalal Mughrabi.”
Two posters of arch-terrorist Abu Jihad, a poster of Abdallah Barghouti who is serving 67 life sentences, a poster of armed terrorists with the words: “The rifle will definitely unite us,” a poster of Yasser Arafat kissing Hamas founder Ahmed Yassin, another poster of Abu Jihad, and a poster of a masked terrorist with a rifle along with the words: “We are the men, our call is the truth in the battleground,” are shown.
Dalal Mughrabi led the most lethal terror attack in Israel’s history, known as the Coastal Road massacre, in 1978, when she and other Fatah terrorists hijacked a bus on Israel's Coastal Highway, killing 37 civilians, 12 of them children, and wounding over 70.
Abu Jihad (Khalil Al-Wazir) - was a founder of Fatah and deputy to Yasser Arafat. He headed the PLO terror organization's military wing and planned many deadly Fatah terror attacks murdering 125 Israelis. This included the most lethal in Israeli history, the hijacking of a bus and murdering of 37 civilians, 12 of them children.
Abdallah Barghouti - serving 67 life sentences for preparing explosives for terror attacks in which 67 people were murdered: Sbarro restaurant (15 killed, Aug. 9, 2001, Jerusalem), Sheffield Club (15 killed, May 7, 2002, Rishon LeZion), Moment Café (11 killed, March 9, 2002, Jerusalem), triple attack at Ben Yehuda pedestrian mall (11 killed, Dec. 1, 2001, Jerusalem), Hebrew University (9 killed, July 31, 2002, Jerusalem), and Bus 4 in Tel Aviv (6 killed, Sept. 19, 2002).
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