Daily Israel Report

Fatah: 'Without Blood Palestine Will Not Return'

Fatah's official Facebook page pays homage to the female suicide bombers who are described as the "stars glittering in the sky"
By Kochava Rozenbaum
First Publish: 8/30/2013, 3:43 AM

Fatah demo in Gaza (file)
Fatah demo in Gaza (file)
Israel news photo: Flash 90

The official Facebook page of the Fatah movement continues to encourage young children to glorify violence and terrorist activity, the Palestinian Media Watch reported on Thursday.

In one of the many controversial posts noted by PMW, young Arab children rejoice as each one clutches a gun; the caption reads: "Children of Palestine – this is how they celebrate their holidays." 

In another chilling post on Fatah's official Facebook page, a masked youth holds up a rifle with chains of bullets wrapped around his neck. Next to the picture a text reads: 

"A machine gun will wake them from their slumber and tell them that, without blood Palestine will not return." 

On Monday, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah Movement (PLO) continued to glorify dictators such as Saddam Hussein, ousted Iraqi ruler, on Fatah’s Facebook page.

Reports reveal that Fatah’s page, which recently was graced by Hussein’s picture with the caption, “Have you praised Saddam Hussein lately?” received 1,440 “likes”, and 111 comments, in its support.

The female suicide terrorists also receive much admiration as four infamous female terrorists are said to be “glittering stars in the sky.” It should be noted that three of these women were female suicide bombers; the fourth led an attack on a bus and is responsible for the deaths of 37 civilians. 

The Facebook page also paid homage to Leila Ghannam, governor of Ramallah, who was featured in a picture honoring terrorists who killed eight civilians in an attack at the Savoy Hotel in Tel Aviv in 1975. Ghannam was seen laying a wreath of flowers on the monument of martyrs.