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PA Celebrates Female Terrorists on International Women's Day

While much of the world was celebrating the many great women who have made contributions to society throughout history, Israel's enemies were, not surprisingly, doing the very opposite. The Jerusalem Post's Ilanit Chernick reports that the Palestinian Authority instead decided to celebrate women who have committed terrorist acts against Israel:

Palestinian Authority TV has used International Woman’s Day as a cover to glorify and celebrate female terrorists and female terrorism...

In the interview Hamad spoke about the “Palestinian national struggle” and the role women have played in terrorism.

We have had female Martyrs, wounded, and prisoners,” she said, explaining that women were the first to take part in “the battle.”

That is why we also have female Martyrs,” she said naming several well-known terrorists including Shadia Abu Ghazaleh, a terrorist who prepared bombs for terror attacks; Dalal Mughrabi, terrorist who led murder of 38 people in 1978, 12 of whom were children; Wafa Idris, who was the first female suicide bomber; Ayyat Al-Akhras, who was the youngest female suicide bomber who killed two people; and Darin Abu Aisheh, a female suicide bomber who wounded three people...

Tags: Holidays , Palestinian Authority , Terrorism

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