Leading a new wave of incitement, Palestinian Authority (PA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah faction has called on Palestinian children to "water (the ground) with blood" to destroy Israel.
Security Forces official spokesperson Adnan Al-Damiri put a post on Facebook last week from the Fatah Shabiba youth movement addressed to Palestinian children, as translated and revealed by Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) on Tuesday.
"Teach your children to love the land; Teach them that we live a life of suffering; Teach them that there is a seed in the ground; If they water it with blood, a revolution will flower; Teach them that Fatah is the eternal revolution; That the 'Storm'; Is the blade of the intifada; And that the Shabiba are the knights of the rocks," reads the message.
The post, seen below, also celebrates the first Fatah terrorist attack against Israel in 1965 - two years before the 1967 Six Day War in which Israel liberated the territories that the PA claims in international forums that it is demanding.
PMW also revealed a cartoon published on the website of Fatah's Information and Culture Commission on Sunday, showing the spilling of blood as a key part of Palestinian identity.
In the cartoon, the blood of an Arab with a slingshot who has been shot dead by an IDF soldier forms the red triangle of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) flag. The blood also creates a new Arab terrorist throwing a rock at the soldier with a slingshot, hitting him in the face.
"We will resist with the stones of our land," wrote Fatah in the title of the cartoon.
On the same blood theme, Abbas's Presidential Guards posted on Facebook earlier this month: "before you pull out its roots, kill me and water the olive tree with my blood."
The text included a PA map of "Palestine," replacing and erasing all of Israel, together with a clenched fist with a bracelet in the PLO flag colors, and a man waving the flag.
On Saturday, a day after Christmas, the PA daily Al-Hayat Al-Jadida manipulated the Christian holiday to call for more bloodshed to "redeem Palestine."
The cartoon shows the mother of a terrorist telling Santa Claus: "I want to bury my son in the bosom of the land he redeemed with his blood, and (I ask) that he not remain in the Zionist refrigerators," in reference to terrorists' bodies being held by Israel and not being immediately transferred to the PA to be lionized as heroes in massive funerals.
Also getting in on the incitement was Hani Ja'ara, secretary of the northern Hevron Fatah branch, who on Monday praised the Arab terrorists conducting lethal attacks.
"As a sign of respect for the blood of the martyrs who ascended (to Heaven) in the popular uprising, the (Fatah) movement will visit the families of the martyrs, prisoners, and injured out of loyalty and appreciation for the sacrifice they have made for Palestine," he said, as quoted by Al-Hayat Al-Jadida.
Fatah also posted the "will" of a terrorist earlier this month on its official Facebook page.
"This is Jihad - victory or Martyrdom. We must always remember the martyrs, and remember that their pure blood is a trust hung around our necks, and that nobody but us will carry this trust," reads the post.