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PA TV honors terrorist Mughrabi and other female terrorists on Palestinian Land Day

PA TV News broadcast: On Land Day and the anniversary of the Battle of Karameh, the Jordanian Writers' Union honors a group of women in Amman.
PA TV newsreader, in the background, lists names of female prisoners and terrorists:
"Hana Shalabi [prisoner released in the Gilad Shalit exchange deal in 2011, later rearrested by Israel and expelled to Gaza], 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], Laila Khaled [participated in the hijacking of the TWA flight 840 in 1969]… Therese Halaseh [one of the four Black September hijackers of a Sabena plane in 1972], Ataf Alian [caught before she carried out a planned suicide terror attack], Ahlam Tamimi [led suicide bomber to the Sbarro pizza shop attack in Jerusalem in 2001, killing 15], Sana'a Mehaidli [carried out a suicide attack killing Israeli soldiers in south Lebanon], Rachel Corrie [American anti-Israel activist who died in 2003 in Gaza while acting as a human shield to prevent Israeli army tractors from destroying homes that hid arms smuggling tunnels], and many other names were honored in a ceremony marking Land Day and [the Battle of] Karameh, as a token of appreciation to women and their role in the service of freedom, the nation, and dignity."

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