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Ministry of Culture publishes book of poetry glorifying a female suicide bomber

Headline: “Three new Ministry of Culture publications”
“The [PA] Ministry of Culture published three books this week: A book of poetry ‘What Hanadi Said’ by the poet Harun Hashem Rashid, a study of Arab theater in Palestine during the years 1975-2000 by Dr. Noha Al-Ayedi, and a study titled ‘The Self and the Other in the Palestinian Narrative’ by Amin Darawsheh.
The book of poetry ‘What Hanadi Said’ spans 92 medium sized pages, and includes 21 poems.” (The book was published in 2005 and includes a poem in honor of the female suicide bomber Hanadi Jaradat –Ed.)

Hanadi Jaradat – Female suicide bomber from the Islamic Jihad who blew herself up at the Maksim restaurant in Haifa on Oct. 4, 2003, killing 21 people and wounding over 50.

“What Hanadi Said” – The book’s dedication: “To the rose of Palestine, the iris of the Carmel, the Martyr Hanadi Jaradat”
The ending of the poem in Jaradat’s honor:
"Oh Hanadi! Shake the earth under the feet of the enemies!
Blow it up!
Hanadi said: 'This is my wedding'
It's Hanadi's wedding, the day when death as a Martyr for Allah becomes the highest goal, that redeems my land."