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Fatah’s official social media promotes and glorifies Martyrdom and murder
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Fatah's official social media
promotes and glorifies Martyrdom and murder
 
Fatah glorifies Martyrdom death:
"O Martyr (Shahid), what have you seen  
that is making you smile?...
O Allah, bestow Martyrdom-death (Shahada) upon us"
 
Fatah glorifies terrorists who murdered 2 and stabbed 7:
"Our Martyrs [come] in droves
Our determination is [like] mountains,
it does not bow down before the despicable
and does not fear arrest"
 
Fatah glorifies terrorist who stabbed 2:
"Our souls are the sacrifice for the Al-Aqsa [Mosque],
Glory and immortality to our righteous Martyrs"
 
Fatah glorifies Martyrdom-death:
Last of "the 10 commandments for every Martyr":
"I will see you in Paradise"
 
Fatah glorifies Martyrdom-death:
"We are a nation that dies a Martyrdom-death
with a smile on its face"
 
by Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik
 
While world media is focusing on terror promotion in private social media, the official Palestinian Authority and Fatah social media cannot be ignored. Just as the PA and Fatah leadership started this terror campaign, so too Abbas' party, Fatah, in its official social media, continues to pour fuel on the fire by glorifying terror attacks, murderers, and those seeking Martyrdom-death for Allah (Shahada).
 
One Fatah tweet showed the image of four terrorists who between them killed 2 and stabbed 7 Israelis, with the following praise:  
 
 
"Our Martyrs [come] in droves
Our determination is [like] mountains,
it does not bow down before the despicable
and does not fear arrest"
[Fatah Twitter account, Oct. 13, 2015]
 
The terrorists pictured are Muhannad Halabi, who killed two in the Old City of Jerusalem, Fadi Alloun, who stabbed one, Amjad Al-Jundi, who stabbed one, and Thaer Abu Ghazaleh, who stabbed five. (More details about the attacks below)
 
Fatah urges Palestinians to seek Martyrdom-death, as often documented by Palestinian Media Watch, presenting it as sweet and desirable. On Facebook, Fatah's Rafah branch wrote:
 
"We are a nation of giants
We are a nation that dies a Martyrdom-death with a smile on its face."
[Facebook page of Fatah's Rafah branch, Oct. 14, 2015]
 
The post appeared with the photo of a smiling person, presumably a dead "Martyr," along with the following text:   
 
"Tell me, in God's name, O Martyr (Shahid), what have you seen that is making you smile?
The cheerfulness in the photo makes us doubt that he really is dead
O Allah, bestow Martyrdom-death (Shahada) upon us."

One of the terrorist murderers on Jerusalem bus 78 last week wrote on his Facebook page "10 commandments for the Martyr" - "commandments" explaining how others should respond to the terrorist's "Martyrdom-death." Fatah tweeted these instructions, some of which include: 
 
1.    "I instruct the factions not to take responsibility for my Martyrdom-death, for my death was for the homeland and not for you."
2.    "I do not want any posters or T-shirts, as my memory will not only be a poster hanging on the walls."
3.    "I instruct you not to exhaust my mother with questions meant to win over the sentiments of the spectators and nothing more."
4.    "Do not sow hatred in my son's heart. Let him discover his homeland and die for his homeland, and not in order to avenge my death."
 
The terrorist ended with this reassurance:  
 
10."I will see you in Paradise."
[Fatah Twitter account, Oct. 13, 2015]
 
 
The Jerusalem branch of Fatah encouraged young Palestinians to sacrifice themselves for the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Announcing the death of its "Martyr hero," Fatah honored terrorist Is'haq Mresh (16) who stabbed and wounded two Israelis on Oct. 10, 2015, near the  Damascus Gate in the Old City of Jerusalem. Fatah eulogized Mresh who was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers, and tweeted a picture of him with the knife in his hand (marked by PMW with a red circle):

Text in tweet:
"Jerusalem branch - Fatah Kafr Aqab eulogizes its Martyr hero Is'haq Mresh"
 
Text on poster: "In the name of the All Merciful Allah
'And never think of those who have been killed in the cause of Allah as dead. Rather, they are alive with their Lord, receiving provision.' [Sura 3, verse 169, Sahih International translation]
Jerusalem branch - the Fatah village of Akav announces the death of its Martyr (Shahid) hero Is'haq Qassem Badran Mresh 
Our souls are the sacrifice  for the Al-Aqsa [Mos que],
Glory and imm  ortality to our righteous Martyrs"
[Fatah Twitter account, Oct. 10, 2015]

In addition to applauding terrorist murderers, Fatah also tweets the
PA libel that Israel is worse than the Islamic State terror organization.  
 
A picture showed young Palestinian school girls with yellow Fatah headbands holding a placard with the text: "The settlers are Israeli ISIS"  

Text of the tweet: "The settlers are Israeli ISIS... #the_rage_of_Jerusalem"
[Fatah Twitter account, Oct. 11, 2015]
 
Fatah also uses its Twitter account to tell Palestinians what they are fighting for: All of "Palestine" until there is nothing left of Israel.

This image shows a map of "Palestine" that includes the PA areas as well as all of Israel painted in the pattern of a
keffiyeh (Arab headdress). 
 
 
Text: "My land, my land, my land, to you my love and my heart"  
[Fatah Twitter account, Oct. 12, 2015]
 
 
   
 
 

 
The following are longer excerpts of Fatah tweet calling 5 terrorists who murdered 2 and stabbed 7 "Martyrs" and Facebook post encouraging Martyrdom-death:
 
Image (pictured above) shows picture of terrorists Muhannad Halabi, Fadi Alloun, Amjad Al-Jundi, and Thaer Abu Ghazaleh.
Text in tweet: "Our Martyrs (Shahids) [come] in droves"
 
Text on image:
"Our Martyrs [come] in droves
Our determination is [like] mountains,
it does not bow down before the despicable and does not fear arrest"
[Fatah Twitter account, Oct. 13, 2015]
 
Muhannad Halabi - 19-year-old Palestinian terrorist who killed 2 Israelis, Rabbi Nehemiah Lavi and Aharon Bennett, and injured Bennett's wife, Adele, and their 2-year-old son in a stabbing attack in the Old City of Jerusalem on Oct. 3, 2015. Following the attack, he was shot and killed by Israeli security forces. Prior to his attack, in a post to his private Facebook page, the terrorist referred to recent terror attacks as part of a "third Intifada," and said that it was a response to Israel's actions at the Al-Aqsa Mosque and that the Palestinian people would not "succumb to humiliation." This is a reference to the PA libel that Israel is plotting to take over and destroy the Al-Aqsa Mosque and to the PA's portrayal of Jews praying on the Temple Mount as "an invasion of the Al-Aqsa Mosque."
 
Fadi Alloun - 19-year-old terrorist who stabbed and injured Israeli citizen Moshe Malka (15) near the Old City in Jerusalem on Oct. 3, 2015. He fled and was shot dead by Israeli police.
 
Amjad Al-Jundi- 18-year-old terrorist who stabbed an Israeli soldier and stole his weapon in the southern Israeli city of Kiryat Gat on Oct. 7, 2015. Al-Jundi then broke into an apartment in a nearby building and tried to attack two Israeli women, but they managed to escape. Al-Jundi was subsequently shot and killed by Israeli police. The soldier and one of the women were lightly wounded in the attack.
 
Thaer Abu Ghazaleh - a 19-year-old Israeli Arab who stabbed 5 Israelis with a screwdriver, including a female soldier, a 60-year-old woman, and a man and woman in their 40s, in Tel Aviv on Oct. 8, 2015. He was shot and killed by an Israeli soldier.
 
Hudhaifa Suleiman - 18-year-old Palestinian who was killed in clashes with the Israeli army near Tulkarem. Israeli soldiers fired at the Palestinians after the Palestinians threw Molotov cocktails at them. The event is being investigated by the army (as of Oct. 13, 2015).
 

Posted text: "We are a nation of giants
We are a nation that dies a Martyrdom-death with a smile on its face."

Text on image:
"Tell me, in God's name, O Martyr (Shahid), what have you seen that is making you smile?
The cheerfulness in the photo makes us doubt that he really is dead
O Allah, bestow Martyrdom-death (Shahada) upon us."
[Facebook page of Fatah's Rafah branch, Oct. 14, 2015]
 

Text in tweet: "The [10 commandments of the Martyrs (Shahids), as written by Martyr Baha Alyan (i.e., terrorist who killed one and wounded several in bus shooting and stabbing attack) from Jabel Mukaber, in the original post to his Facebook page, which appears in the image:
The 10 commandments of every Martyr:
1.    I instruct the factions not to take responsibility for my Martyrdom-death, for my death was for the homeland and not for you.
2.    I do not want any posters or T-shirts, as my memory will not only be a poster hanging on the walls.
3.    I instruct you not to exhaust my mother with questions meant to win over the sentiments of the spectators and nothing more.
4.    Do not sow hatred in my son's heart. Let him discover his homeland and die for his homeland, and not in order to avenge my death.
5.    If they [Israel] wish to demolish my home, let them do so, since the stone is not more precious than the soul created by my God.
6.    Do not grieve over my Martyrdom-death, grieve over what will happen to you after I am gone.
7.    Do not look for what I had written before my Martyrdom-death, look for what is the reason behind my Martyrdom-death.
8.    Do not cry out in my funeral procession or push each other, but only be pure during the funeral prayer, nothing more.
9.    Do not turn me into another number you count today and forget tomorrow.
10. I will see you in Paradise."
[Fatah Twitter account, Oct. 13, 2015]
 
Jerusalem line 78 bus terror attack - On Oct. 13, 2015, two Palestinian terrorists, Baha Alyan (22) and Bilal Ghanem (23) boarded Israeli bus no. 78 in Jerusalem's Armon Hanatziv neighborhood with a gun and a knife and attacked passengers, killing 2 and wounding 4 Israelis. Alyan was shot and killed by an Israeli security guard at the scene and Ghanem, a Hamas operative who served time in Israeli prison in 2013-2014, was wounded.
 
 

 


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