Fatah claims 2-year-old victims were soldiers to hide that it murdered children
Fatah claims 2-year-old victims were soldiers
to hide that it murdered children
On March 11, 1978, Dalal Mughrabi with other terrorists
murdered 12 children and 25 adults.
Fatah is glorifying the attack while trying to hide its evil crimes
by claiming it murdered soldiers
By Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik
By Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik
While glorifying the female terrorist murderer Dalal Mughrabi who led the most lethal terror attack against Israel, Abbas' Fatah Movement tried to hide the fact that the terrorists murdered children and adult civilians.In a video on Facebook, Fatah lied, claiming the terrorists killed "soldier passengers," on the bus they hijacked, when in fact they murdered 12 children and 25 adult civilians, in what is known as the "Coastal Road Massacre."
These are 12 of those "soldier passengers":
The video assures that terrorist Mughrabi's name "will remain engraved in golden letters in the history of the Palestinian struggle":
Text in video: "When the woman carried a rifle to liberate the homeland
March 11, 1978
The Palestinian coast (i.e., the Israeli coast)
12 members of the Deir Yassin squad
The Israeli Parliament building
Abu Jihad visited the special forces and told the squad they have a task
The time: 18:40
The squad began to carry out the operation
The plan was
to take over an Israeli army bus and drive to Tel Aviv
Dalal Mughrabi - Military commander of the Deir Yassin squad
The squad took over the bus and all of its soldier passengers
Israel appointed a special military unit led by [Ehud] Barak to stop the bus
The squad confronted the Israeli forces. Dalal and her comrades died as Martyrs, and one fell into captivity.
Then Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin admitted that 37 Israelis were killed and over 80 were wounded.
Dalal Mughrabi's name will remain engraved in golden letters in the history of the Palestinian struggle and the resistance to the occupation
Production: Fatah TV Montage: Ali Fa'our"
[Facebook page of the Fatah Movement - Nablus Branch, Jan. 29, 2018;
Facebook page of the Fatah Movement - Bethlehem Branch, Jan. 31, 2018]Terrorist murderer Dalal Mughrabi has been turned into a role model for Palestinian society by the PA, as Palestinian Media Watch has documented.
Recently Fatah glorified all the murderers involved with Mughrabi in the Coastal Road Massacre, posting an image of all 13 terrorists. Mughrabi's picture is front right:
Text on image: "Embrace until victory"
[Official Fatah Facebook page, Feb. 17, 2018]A few years ago, Fatah publicized this same picture, with the following text praising terrorist Mughrabi for her leading role in the attack:
"Twelve men led by a woman named Dalal Mughrabi succeeded in establishing Palestine, after the world refused to recognize their right to establish it.
They got on a bus on its way from [the Israeli city of] Haifa to Tel Aviv, and turned it into the temporary capital of the State of Palestine. They raised the white-green-red-black flag on the front of the bus, sang, chanted and danced, like children on a school trip.
When the Zionist forces surrounded them and helicopters pursued them intent on forcefully [lit. with the power of the weapon] taking over the bus, they blew it up, and blew themselves up with it. For the first time in the history of revolutions, a public bus became an independent republic with full sovereignty, for four hours. [It doesn't matter] at all how long this republic lasted. What is important is that it was established and the name of its first president was Dalal Mughrabi.
Courage has no gender. Arab men must understand that the glory of life or the glory of death is not exclusively theirs, and that the woman can love in a far more noble way than them, and die much more spectacularly than them...
In a thousand years, the Arab children will read the following story:
'On March 11, 1978, twelve men and a woman managed to establish the Republic of Palestine on a bus. Their republic existed for four hours. It doesn't matter how long this republic existed - what is important is that it was established.'"
Text in red on image: "Embrace until victory" (similar to Fatah's slogan: "Revolution until victory")
[Fatah's Facebook page, March 10, 2013]