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Terrorist Dalal Mughrabi commemorated with square in her name in Ramallah

Headline: “Al-Wahidi demands the dedication of the ‘Martyr (Shahida) Prisoner Dalal Mughrabi Square’ and the release of her body”
     “General Coordinator of the Popular Movement for Support of Prisoners and Palestinian Rights and Head of Information for the National Campaign to Return the Bodies of the Martyrs (Shahids), Nash’at Al-Wahidi… emphasized the importance of inaugurating the square named after the great Palestinian self-sacrificing fighter (fida’i) Dalal Sa’id Muhammad Mughrabi. A recent decision to inaugurate [the square] in the area of Um Al-Sharait, Ramallah, had been made, seeing that this is a national need and a national fact that the Israeli occupation is trying to erase.
Al-Wahidi added that the anniversary of fighter Dalal Sa’id Muhammad Mughrabi’s Martyrdom death… falls at the same time as the celebrations of International Women’s Day and our nation’s preparations for Al-Karameh Day, Land Day and National Palestinian Prisoner’s Day… Al-Wahidi denounced the policy of several of the world’s countries that apply a double standard towards an Israeli demand to teach about the Holocaust and add it to curriculums as basic human rights [educational] material, while the series of Israeli crimes against our people continues and [while] there in the archive of crimes is a picture of war criminal [former Israeli Prime Minister] Ehud Barak abusing the body of Martyr Dalal Mughrabi on March 11, 1978, and [while] the occupation still holds her pure body in the numbered cemeteries (i.e., Israeli cemeteries for terrorists and enemy soldiers).”

Notes: Dalal Mughrabi - led the most lethal terror attack in Israel’s history in 1978, when she and other terrorists hijacked a bus and killed 37 civilians, 12 of them children.
The Cemeteries for Enemy Casualties are two burial sites that are maintained by the Israeli army and are used to bury the bodies of enemy soldiers as well as terrorists. The burial sites are fenced and marked as such. The graves have markers instead of gravestones. The burial is temporary, with the assumption that the bodies will be returned to their countries in the future. No ceremony is held, and the body is buried in a numbered casket, after the details of the body's identity have been documented.
The Karameh battle, or Al-Karameh - In 1968, Israeli army forces attacked the Al-Karameh village in Jordan, where Fatah terrorists were launching attacks on Israel. Arafat used the event for propaganda purposes, declaring the battle a great victory that erased the disgrace of the 1967 Six Day War defeat.
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