Fatah glorifies terrorists and suicide bombings that killed dozens of Israelis
The video plays the songs “My weapon has emerged” and “Load the machine gun":
Lyrics of “My weapon has emerged”:
"Oh, our revolution, my weapon has emerged.
There is no force in the world that can remove the weapon from my hand.
From my wounds, my weapon has emerged.
Oh, our revolution, my weapon has emerged.
There is no force in the world that can remove the weapon from my hand...
He who offers his blood doesn’t care if his blood flows upon the ground
As the weapon of the revolution is in my hand, so my presence will be forced [upon Israel]..."
Lyrics of “Load the machine gun”:
"Load the assault rifle and hold it tight
The Palestinian nation pulled the trigger
The sun of the homeland rises over precious blood
It glows on young men who protect their homeland with their triggers...
Ihab [Abu Ja'far], the brigades' chief, commander and knight
Ayman Kadu wrote the message with his blood:
'Take some more of my blood for the homeland’s sake...'
The paths of glory are written on rifles
Amer Kasrawi made the enemy terrified of us
Basel Al-Mahdi and Abu Samara, O Arabs, were candles that lit the night of Martyrdom...
The blood gushed like a waterfall from the soil of my land
Martyrs and rebels [were killed] in a car
The lamp of truth is the rifle of the Al-Aqsa [Martyrs’] Brigades
We declared [our] sovereignty on the soil of Jenin."
The video shows visuals of:
Suicide bomber Wafa Idris, killed 1
Café Moment suicide bombing, 11 killed
The Beit Yisrael Yeshiva attack, 11 killed
Suicide bomber Wafa Idris, killed 1
Terrorist Muhammad Al-Qasir, killed 3
“The Martyrdom-seeker Ayyat Al-Akhras – a woman worth a thousand men”
Suicide bomber Ayyat Al-Akhras, killed 2
The Park Hotel attack, 30 killed
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Detailed descriptions of the terrorists and terror attacks featured in the video:
Muhammad Al-Qasir belonged to the terrorist organization the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades (Fatah’s military wing). He shot Israeli civilian Ahuva Amargi to death at the Kissufim checkpoint (Gaza Strip) on Feb. 18, 2002. An Israeli military force that was dispatched to the area of the attack opened fire on Al-Qasir and the bomb he had on detonated, killing 2 Israeli soldiers, Mor Elraz and Amir Mansouri, and wounding 3.
Ayyat Al-Akhras - The youngest female Palestinian suicide bomber (aged 17). Belonging to Fatah, she blew herself up near a Jerusalem supermarket on March 29, 2002, killing 2 and wounding 28. Israel transferred the terrorist's body to the PA on Feb. 2, 2014.
Wafa Idris – The first Palestinian female suicide bomber. Belonging to Fatah, she blew herself up on Jaffa Road in central Jerusalem on Jan. 27, 2002, killing 1 and wounding over 100. As a volunteer for the Palestinian Red Crescent she was able to bypass Israeli security and enter Jerusalem in a Palestinian ambulance.
Park Hotel suicide bombing - On March 27, 2002, Abd Al-Basset Odeh carried out a suicide bombing at a Passover dinner at the Park Hotel in Netanya. 30 Israeli civilians were killed and 140 were wounded.
Café Moment suicide bombing – On March 9, 2002, Fuad Hourani carried out a suicide bombing at Café Moment in central Jerusalem, killing 11 civilians and wounding 54. Izz A-Din Al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas’ military wing, claimed responsibility for the attack. Ibrahim Hamed planned the attack and is serving 54 life sentences in prison. Abdallah Barghouti prepared the explosives for the attack and is serving 67 life sentences in prison.
Beit Yisrael Yeshiva suicide bombing – On March 2, 2002, Muhammad Daraghmeh Al-Shou'ani carried out a suicide bombing at the entrance to a yeshiva in the Beit Yisrael neighborhood of Jerusalem, shortly after a bar-mitzvah celebration had taken place there. 11 people were killed in the attack, among them children and babies, and 50 were injured. The Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades (Fatah’s military wing) claimed responsibility for the attack.
Ihab Abu Ja'far, Ayman Sabana ”Kadu”, Amer Kasrawi, Basel Al-Mahdi, and Muhammad Ahmad Khairallah Abu Samara – five terrorists from Jenin in the West Bank who belonged to the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades (Fatah’s military wing). They were on their way to carry out a shooting attack in the Kadim settlement on March 10, 2004, but were shot by Israeli soldiers before they could carry it out.
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