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PA TV program hosts female family members of Jerusalemite terrorists in honor of Mother’s Day

PA TV program "Good Morning Jerusalem" interview with female relatives of Jerusalemite prisoners, in honor of Mothers’ Day, March 21, 2011.

Several women were invited, some were relatives of terrorists:
- The mother of female prisoner Amna Mona, who lured Israeli teen Ofir Rahum and was involved in his kidnapping and murder on Jan. 17, 2001. She thanked PA TV and sent greetings to all male and female prisoners.
- Wife of prisoner Mahmoud Nofal Daraghmeh, who was involved in the murder of an Israeli woman in Tel Aviv in 1993. She sent greetings to her husband.
- Relative of Samir Abu Na’ama, who took part in the throwing of grenades at the Western Wall in 1986. She greeted him and the other prisoners. [On October 15, 1986 five Palestinian terrorists threw grenades at soldiers and their families after a swearing-in ceremony at the Western Wall. One Israeli was killed and 69 were injured in the attack.]

After the round of greetings:
PA TV host:
“I send a big hello and admiration [to the prisoners], and we bow before our heroic prisoners in the prisons of the Israeli occupation, and especially the prisoners from Jerusalem, the prisoners from the capital. We make special note of the prisoners who have spent very long years in the occupation’s prisons.”

Note: In October 2010, PA TV also interviewed family members of these five terrorists. The PA TV host then referred to them as “the heroic prisoners of the Mughrabi Gate operation in 1986." Click here to view bulletin

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