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Fatah glorifies female terrorists as exemplary Palestinian women, justify celebrating Martyrs’ deaths

Posted text: “The daily message…

Fatah members do not believe in the saying ‘Behind every successful man is a woman,’ for the women of Fatah have claimed a status for themselves that turns them into leaders who do not just stand behind the men but rather walk beside them and move ahead of them or lead them when duty calls. In this way they lead the list of those prepared to sacrifice [for the homeland], and they are the most worthy of the honor of clearing the path to the homeland.

The women of Fatah are the first female prisoner Fatima Barnawi (i.e., terrorist, placed a bomb in a movie theater), the first female commander of the self-sacrificing fighters (Fedayeen) Dalal Mughrabi (i.e., terrorist who led murder of 37, 12 of them children), and the first female airplane hijacker Rima Tannous (i.e., terrorist, participated in murder of 1). They are the ones who stand like unbending olive trees when the Mossad (Israeli Secret Intelligence Service) assassinates their husbands before their eyes. If they cry for them, it is because they know that Palestine is sad for the loss [of their husbands], as they are sad for their deaths as companions and as husbands. They cry for them, and then get up and continue on the path.

In Fatah, women are the Palestinian mothers who defend their children with a fence that they create from the prayers of the soul; but when one of them dies as a Martyr, they fear that the murderer will sing [in joy] over their tears, and therefore they raise their heads and declare that the day of their death as a Martyr is their wedding day (i.e., Martyr's funeral is considered wedding to the 72 Virgins in Paradise in Islam). With their sounds of joy, they steal from the sniper an additional reason to remain in Palestine…

Secretary of Fatah’s Branch in Poland Khalil Nazzal”

Fatima Barnawi

Dalal Mughrabi – female Palestinian terrorist who 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.

Theresa Halsa – 17-year-old female Israeli Arab terrorist and a member of the Black September terror organization, a secret branch of Fatah, who participated in the hijacking of Sabena flight 571 from Vienna to Tel Aviv in May 1972. When the plane landed in Israel, the terrorists demanded the release of 315 Palestinian terrorists from Israeli prisons. Israel mounted a rescue operation led by Ehud Barak (who later served as Israeli Prime Minister), in which Benjamin Netanyahu (who also later served as Israeli Prime Minister) participated. During the rescue the two male hijackers, Ali Taha Abu Snina and Abed Al-Aziz Atrash, were killed, and one passenger, 22-year-old Miriam Anderson, was also killed accidentally. The two female hijackers, Rima Tannous and Theresa Halsa, were captured and sentenced to life imprisonment – Halsa for 220 years. They were released in November 1983 in a prisoner exchange. Halsa was expelled to Jordan where she lived until she died of cancer on March 28, 2020.