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Song on PA TV promises to attack Jews: “We will come at you from the sea… Our hearts are for [Fatah], and we are soldiers, until we break the Jews”


Official PA TV, video clip in honor of the 52nd anniversary of the establishment of Fatah with singers Alaa Al-Abbasi and Imad Hamdouni from Gaza

Song lyrics: "We will raise the Fatah flag with the rifle…
At Al-Karameh [battle] and Eilaboun (i.e., terror attack), for the homeland we will encircle the world
We will come at you from the sea like the wave…
(Photo of Dalal Mughrabi, a terrorist who led attack from the sea, murdering 37, 12 of them children)
Yasser [Arafat] said this statement in a loud voice:
For you O homeland, by Allah, death is sweet for me
Jerusalem is ours, and we are marching, and we will bring millions of Martyrs...
The love of Fatah unites us, and may Allah add to it
Whoever speaks about [Fatah’s] division - by Allah, we will eliminate him
Our hearts are for [Fatah], and we are soldiers, until we break the Jews."
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The Karameh battle, or Al-Karameh - On March 21, 1968, Israeli army forces attacked the town of Karameh in Jordan, where Fatah terrorists had been launching attacks on Israel. Although Israel prevailed militarily, Arafat used the event for propaganda purposes, declaring the battle a great victory that erased the disgrace of the 1967 Six Day War defeat.

Bombing of Israel's National Water Carrier - On Jan. 1, 1965, Palestinian terrorists attempted to bomb Israel's National Water Carrier. This was the first attack against Israel carried out by Fatah. Fatah refers to the attack as the “Intilaqa”, meaning “the Launch” of Fatah.

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, murdering 37 civilians, 12 of them children, and wounding over 70.

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