Monday, February 4, 2013

Fatah Honors Female Terrorist

This is the "palestinians" idea of women's equality.

Fatah honors suicide bomber
who killed 2 and injured hundreds
on its official Facebook page
"One of the most honorable Martyrdom-seeking operations"
by Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik
On its official Facebook page, Fatah has chosen to pay tribute to female suicide bomber Wafa Idris who killed 2 and injured hundreds of Israelis when she blew herself up in Jerusalem in January 2002.

On the annual anniversary of the terror attack, the administrator of Fatah's Facebook page posted a picture of Idris and a long text describing her and her attack.

"The hero whose name the Zionists will remember well and so will Palestinians; the hero who sacrificed herself and her body for Palestine and became a symbol of the struggle and of Palestinian loyalty through one of the most honorable Martyrdom-seeking operations," the texts says about Wafa Idris.
Referring to Wafa as "the beautiful flower who, through her Martyrdom-seeking operation, turned upside down Israeli security considerations that had focused on observing young Palestinian men only," and mentioning that "the name of Wafa Idris is still a lesson that terrifies the Jews," the text goes on to describe how "at least 2,000 Palestinians participated in the symbolic funeral" this month, "marched for Wafa Idris behind an empty wooden coffin" "draped in the Palestinian flag," and "called 'Wafa is a hero' while armed men fired in the air to salute Wafa." Continue reading

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