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Thursday, March 21, 2013

The Mother from Hell: A 'Palestinian' heroine

A few days ago, I reported that the Mother from Hell had finally gone to hell. Incredibly, the New York Times on Wednesday published a puff piece obituary that lauded her.
Ms. Farhat, who was also known as Umm Nidal, had liver and bowel diseases, according to the Web site of the Izzedine al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Hamas movement, which announced her death.
A photograph on the site showed what was said to be Ms. Farhat’s body, wrapped in a Hamas flag, with an automatic weapon lying across it. Thousands of people, including top Hamas officials, attended her funeral on Sunday. The Hamas prime minister, Ismail Haniyeh, spoke at a service in her honor, according to al-Qassam.
Ms. Farhat was elected to the Palestinian Legislative Council in 2006. Four years earlier, her 17-year-old son, Mohammad, was shot to death after he stormed an Israeli settlement with an automatic rifle and explosives, killing five students. Shortly before the attack, Ms. Farhat made a video in which she appeared with Mohammad to show support for what he was about to do.
“I wish I had 100 boys like Mohammad,” she once said. “I’d sacrifice them for the sake of God.”
Two more of Ms. Farhat’s sons, Nidal and Rawad, were later killed in clashes with Israel.
The Times links a video about the Mother from Hell. Let's go to the videotape.

But it's not just Hamas that honors the Mother from Hell. So does 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen. Elder of Ziyon comments:
This sick creature is considered a hero worthy of the greatest honor by Israel's supposedly "moderate" peace partner.

Will President Obama address this issue when he meets Abbas in Ramallah? Will he even pass by the mourning tent on his way to the meeting? That would be a photograph that would haunt him.

If he has any sense of morality at all, if the tent is there Obama should turn around and nix the meeting.
It will be an interesting Thursday....

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At 5:28 PM, Blogger Captain.H said...

“I wish I had 100 boys like Mohammad,” she once said. “I’d sacrifice them for the sake of God.”

For God?! For God?! It just boggles my mind, a mother who rejoices over the violent deaths of her own children, which occurred while they were murdering, or attempting to murder, innocents. Desperately sad, sick and wicked.


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