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PA TV honours female terrorist prisoners for Mother's Day

Official PA TV filler












A girl, apparently the daughter of a female prisoner, is seen holding a sign with “#I_want_my_mom” written on it.

Text on screen: “The occupation is imprisoning 10 mothers among 31 female prisoners in its prisons”




Ten terrorist prisoner mothers are shown.



The screenshot shows terrorist Israa Ja’abis, who wounded an Israeli policeman and herself by detonating a bomb.

Text on screen: “Wounded prisoner Israa Ja’abis”



The screenshot shows terrorist Amani Al-Hashim, who carried out an attempted car ramming and stabbing attack.

Text on screen: “Prisoner mother Amani Al-Hashim”



The screenshot shows terrorist Fadwa Hamada, who stabbed and wounded 2 Israeli civilians.

Text on screen: “Prisoner mother Fadwa Hamada”



The screenshot shows Khitam Al-Sa’afin, a member of the PFLP terror organization and president of the Union of Palestinian Women’s Committees that Israel designated as a terror organization.

Text on screen: “Prisoner mother Khitam Al-Sa’afin”



The screenshot shows Shatha Odeh, director of the outlawed Health Work Committees that is affiliated with the PFLP.

Text on screen: “Prisoner mother Shatha Odeh”



The screenshot shows Shorouq Al-Badan, a prisoner being held under administrative detention who reportedly had access to weapons and planned to carry out a terror attack.

Text on screen: “Prisoner mother Shorouq Al-Badan”



The screenshot shows Fatima Alyan – PMW was unable to determine the nature of her crimes.

Text on screen: “Prisoner mother Fatima Alyan”



The screenshot shows terrorist Sa’diyya Farajallah, who stabbed and wounded an Israeli civilian.

Text on screen: “Prisoner mother Sa’diyya Farajallah”



The screenshot shows Attaf Jaradat, who was arrested on Dec. 27, 2021 for knowingly not preventing her terrorist sons Omar and Ghaith Jaradat from taking part in the murder of an Israeli civilian.

Text on screen: “Prisoner mother Attaf Jaradat”



The screenshot shows terrorist Yasmin Sha’ban, a thwarted suicide bomber who was recently rearrested.

Text on screen: “Prisoner mother Yasmin Sha’ban”




Text on screen: “The prison management prevents the female prisoners’ children from visiting without limitations and does not let [the prisoners] hug them”



Text on screen: “The prison management continues its refusal to allocate a public telephone to them despite the constant demands for years”



Posted text: “[May] our female prisoners be closer to freedom every year [that passes]”







Israa Ja’abis – 31-year-old female Palestinian terrorist, resident of East Jerusalem, who carried out a car bomb attack near Ma’ale Adumim, a few kilometers east of Jerusalem, on Oct. 11, 2015. A policeman who noticed a suspicious vehicle signaled for the driver to stop, after which she drove closer to a group of police officers and detonated a gas balloon. One policeman suffered light injuries and Ja’abis was seriously injured. 


Amani Al-Hashim – 31-year-old female Palestinian terrorist from East Jerusalem who attempted to run over Israeli security forces with her car at the Qalandiya checkpoint on Dec. 13, 2016. The forces opened fire, at which point she got out of the car with a knife and started shouting “Allahu Akbar” (“Allah is greatest”) before being arrested. Al-Hashim is serving a sentence of 10 years.


Fadwa Hamada – 29-year-old female Palestinian terrorist from East Jerusalem who stabbed and wounded 2 Israeli civilians at the Damascus Gate of Jerusalem’s Old City on Aug. 12, 2017, before being arrested. Hamada is serving a sentence of 10 years.


Khitam Al-Sa’afin – Palestinian member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) terror organization and president of the Union of Palestinian Women’s Committees, one of 6 Palestinian NGOs designated by Israel as terror organizations on Oct. 22, 2021 due to their affiliation with the PFLP. Al-Sa’afin was arrested on Nov. 2, 2020, and was sentenced to 16 months in prison for her membership in these organizations.


Shatha Odeh – Director of the Health Work Committees, a Palestinian group that was declared an illegal organization by Israel on May 31, 2015 for its close ties to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) terror organization, including diverting European aid to the PFLP. Odeh was arrested on July 7, 2021 for her role in the organization and is still on trial as of March 24, 2022.


Sa’diyya Farajallah – 65-year-old female Palestinian terrorist who stabbed and wounded an Israeli civilian near the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron on Dec. 18, 2021. The civilian fought off Farajallah to defend himself until she was arrested by Israeli border police officers.


Muhammad, Mahmoud, Ghaith, and Omar Jaradat – Palestinian terrorists who murdered 25-year-old Israeli Yehuda Dimentman in a shooting attack near Homesh, west of Nablus, on Dec. 16, 2021. Two other Israelis were wounded in the attack. Israel arrested the four terrorists and seized two M-16 semi-automatic assault rifles from them on Dec. 19, 2021. The four are still on trial as of Feb. 28, 2022.


Yasmin Sha’ban – Palestinian terrorist who planned to disguise herself as a pregnant ultra-Orthodox Jewish woman with explosives hidden under her clothing and carry out a suicide bombing in Tel Aviv, before she was arrested at her house in Jenin on Nov. 3, 2014, along with four other members of her terror cell. The cell was trying to obtain a permit for Sha’ban to enter Israel to allegedly receive medical treatment so that she could carry out the attack. The cell was in contact with a Hamas and Islamic Jihad affiliated terrorist in the Gaza Strip, and was found to possess weapons, ammunition, and explosives; the cell members admitted to also planning shooting and bombing attacks and the kidnapping of an Israeli soldier. Sha’ban was sentenced to 5 years and released in 2019. On March 1, 2022, she was rearrested; PMW was unable to determine the details of her crimes. Sha’ban is under trial as of March 27, 2022.