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Thursday, March 20, 2014

Video: Top advisor to Abu Mazen praises terrorist who murdered 37 civilians

We've seen this before, haven't we? Once again, the 'Palestinians' mark the death of terrorist Dalal al-Mughrabi - after she murdered 36 Israeli civilians and one American civilian on a passenger bus - by praising her as a hero.
At an event, Fatah's spokesman Ahmad Assaf praised terrorist Dalal Mughrabi as "an extraordinary example of struggle, whose headline is bravery, heroism, sacrifice and courage" and who "inspired her generation and the next generations." [Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, March 12, 2014]

The official Palestinian Authority daily reported from the event that "Fatah promised to the masses of our heroic people that it would remain loyal to the promise of the Martyr Dalal and her companions, and to all the Martyrs, until freedom, independence and return." [Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, March 17, 2014]

Mahmoud Abbas' advisor on NGOs Sultan Abu Al-Einein said at another event:
"I am greatly honored to be standing [here] today, so days that are important to us all will never be erased from our memory. In March, [we mark] Palestinian Women’s Day, in March, Palestinian Mother’s Day also occurs, in March [we remember] that dark-skinned young woman from the Shatila [refugee] camp [Dalal Mughrabi], who would not agree to anything other than to establish her state between Jaffa and Lebanon in her special way; that young woman who fought along with her comrades until her ammunition ran out. Yes, March is honored by this Palestinian blood... They [Israelis] are deluding themselves if they think the negotiations are our only choice. Let the young people hear me: Allah, honor us with Martyrdom (Shahada). Allah, give us the honor of being part of the procession of Martyrs." [Official PA TV Live, March 17, 2014]
Let's go to the videotape.

But 'peace' is at hand, eh John?

Read the whole thing.

The truth is that the 'Palestinians' honoring Mughrabi is not surprising. The largest terror attack in Israel's history (in terms of number of deaths) is largely forgotten. About seven months ago, my car broke down, and I ended up parked in front of the memorial for the victims of what's known here as the coastal road massacre. (For you Israelis, it's on the southbound Tel Aviv - Haifa highway, between Herzliya and the entrance to Route 5 and the Ayalon). NOT ONE tow truck company representative or driver had a clue what I meant when I said I was parked next to the memorial. How sad!

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