Palestinian jihadists know no remorse. They kill children, teach children to kill, and celebrate the deaths of innocents.
A Palestinian Authority (PA) official closely associated with President Mahmoud Abbas arrived at the mourning tent of the family whose jihadist son slit the throat of a 13-year-old Israeli girl in her bed. The official came to pay his respects on behalf of the PA, which funded the tent. Fatah flags were flying overhead in tribute to the 19-year-old jihadist who was killed by a rescue team that did not make it in time to save the girl.
Following the murder, Palestinian Media Watch reported that Fatah declared the killer a “shahid”, which means martyr; while his mother declared:
“My son is a hero. He made me proud. My son died as a Martyr defending Jerusalem and the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds, he [my son] has joined the Martyrs before him…Allah willing, all of them will follow this path, all the youth of Palestine. Allah be praised.”
“Palestinian Authority Funds Mourning Tent for Terrorist Who Stabbed 13-Year-Old Israeli Girl to Death; Fatah Official Arrives to Pay Tribute to Family”, by Ruthie Blum, Algemeiner, July 4, 2016:
A Palestinian Authority official closely associated with President Mahmoud Abbas arrived at the mourning tent of the family whose son slaughtered a 13-year-old Israeli girl in her Kiryat Arba bedroom on Thursday morning to pay his respects on behalf of the PA, the Hebrew news site Wallareported on Sunday.
According to the report, the tent was funded by the PA, and flags of Fatah, the faction headed by Abbas, were flying overhead, like a tribute to the 19-year-old who was killed by members of the volunteer rescue team that did not make it in time to save Hallel Yaffa Ariel’s life.
Nevertheless, the report said, residents of Bani Naim, the West Bank hometown of 19-year-old terrorist Muhammed Taraiyre, all denied that PA incitement – or upbringing — was behind the brutal murder.
“Muhammed is responsible for his actions – not the family,” the terrorist’s uncle toldWalla, when asked whether parents and relatives condemn the slaying. “Young people today read things on Facebook, hear what their friends are saying and then do something. But that was up to him.”
He continued: “Nobody wants his son to commit such as act. But you have to understand: he didn’t belong to any organization – not to Hamas and not to Fatah. He never made extremist statements against Jews or anybody else. He left school that day and worked in a bakery in Dura, where he slept the night before the attack. He didn’t speak to his family about his intentions.”….