The murder of 37 Israeli civilians was “bravest victory”…..Dying while murdering 37 Israeli civilians is a “spectacular way to die.”
The essence of the Palestinian “cause” is death to the Jews. It does not matter to them whether this involves innocent Jewish children. The death of Jews (and other infidels) is an exaltation, the highest calling as a mujahideen.
“Women can die in a more spectacular way than men die”, Palestinian Media Watch, March 13, 2018:
Fatah on killers of 12 Israeli children and 25 adults:
“We stand in honor and appreciation of these thunderous souls, who ascended and hovered in Heaven to dwell by their Lord, cast their shadow, and entered the heart, soul, and memory of every Palestinian and of every Arab who belongs to Palestine”
Fatah on leader of those killers:
“The legend that doesn’t die”
“The Martyr hero Dalal Mughrabi”
The murder of 37 Israeli civilians was “bravest victory”
Dying while murdering 37 Israeli civilians is a “spectacular way to die”
Marking the 40th anniversary of the most lethal terror attack in Israel’s history in which 12 children and 25 Israeli adult civilians were murdered by Palestinian terrorists, Fatah posted a video celebrating the attack and glorifying the murderers, in particular the leader of the attack, female terrorist Dalal Mughrabi. Palestinians have referred to the hijacked bus in which most of the Israelis were murdered, as “the first Palestinian Republic,” because the bus remained under the terrorists’ control for a few hours, as they drove from Haifa in the north to the center of the country, while shooting at civilian cars they passed on the way.
Texts in Fatah’s video praising Mughrabi focus on the fact that the leader of the attack was a woman, and credit her with being “the president of the first republic”:
“The name of the president of the first republic was Dalal Mughrabi.
Heroism has no gender.
Arab men must understand that they don’t have a monopoly on the glory of life or the glory of death,
and women can love much more nobly than the way they love, and die in a much more spectacular way than they die”
[Official Fatah Facebook page, March 11, 2018]
Other texts in Fatah’s video described the terror attack as “the bravest victory” and portrayed the hijacking of a bus full of Israeli civilians as the establishment of “the Palestinian republic” and of “the temporary capital of the State of Palestine”:
“Twelve men under the command of a woman named Dalal Mughrabi.
They succeeded in establishing Palestine after the world refused to recognize their right to establish it.
They boarded a bus from Haifa to Tel Aviv and turned it into the temporary capital of the State of Palestine.
And raised the flag of the white-green- red-black colors at the front of the bus, and sang, called out, and danced as school students do on trips.
When the Zionist forces surrounded them and helicopters chased them in order to overtake the bus with weapons, [Dalal and her men] blew it up and were blown up together with it.
For the first time in the history of revolutions a public bus turned into a fully sovereign independent republic for four hours…
The name of the president of the first republic was Dalal Mughrabi.” (See full text below.)
Palestinian Media Watch reported yesterday that Fatah’s women’s committee at the Palestinian universities – “Sisters of Dalal” – celebrated International Women’s Day by giving out cards to women at An-Najah University with text praising Mughrabi and encouraging women to believe in themselves.
Similarly, the Jerusalem branch of Fatah sent a greeting to Palestinian women on Women’s Day, emphasizing they are “partners in the struggle” and that Palestinian women have “carried out the most prominent acts of heroism,” and prominent among these women is “praiseworthy Martyr Dalal Mughrabi”:
“The Jerusalem branch emphasized in its notice that women – partners in the struggle – have through their struggle and resolve in the face of the occupation carried out the most prominent acts of heroism and sacrifice in history, as they are the Martyrs (Shahids), prisoners, and wounded…
At this opportunity, the Jerusalem branch… mentioned praiseworthy Martyr Dalal Mughrabi, especially in light of the approaching 40th anniversary of her death as a Martyr.”
[Ma’an, independent Palestinian news agency, March 7, 2018]
PMW reported recently on a Fatah video in which Abbas’ movement tried to hide they murdered children in the Coastal Road massacre. Instead they claimed everyone on the bus were “soldier passengers.”……