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Camps named after terrorists
Equestrian summer camp named after terrorist Abu Sukkar 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, July 23, 2013
Article by Hamza Fayyad:
     “The Turmus Ayya [Equestrian] club opened a summer camp named after Martyr (Shahid) Ahmad Abu Sukkar for the purpose of perpetuating his memory. Twenty-five male and female riders are participating in the camp. [Coach] Khaled Al-Ifranji said that naming the camp after Martyr Abu Sukkar serves as an expression of loyalty towards this great leader and fighter. He added that the club intends to hold a show jumping championship at the end of the month [July] which will be named after the Martyr.”

Note: Ahmad Abu Sukkar planned a bombing attack in 1975 in which a refrigerator filled with explosives was detonated in Jerusalem. 15 people were killed and over 60 people were wounded. He was sentenced to life in prison plus 30 years, but was released from prison after 28 years as part of a goodwill gesture from Israel to the PA in 2003. He was a member of the Fatah Revolutionary Council and an advisor to Arafat on prisoners' affairs. He died of a heart attack in 2013 in the PA.
Fatah summer camp named after terrorist Dalal Mughrabi 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, July 16, 2012
     "The Governor of the Jericho district Majed Al-Fatiani said that it is our national obligation to be faithful to those before us who gave and sacrificed for Palestine, and they should be a beacon for us in our activities and in guarding the achievements and capabilities of our people. This was said during a meeting at the Jericho district headquarters with the young women participating in the "Sisters of Dalal Mughrabi" summer camp from the Qalqilya district... The director of the summer camp, Lana Nazzal, stated that the summer camp is organized by the Fatah movement, with the cooperation of the Women's Association of Qalqilya and the Farmer's Association, and that the camp is meant for youth between the ages of 16-30."
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Note: Dalal Mughrabi led the most lethal terror attack in Israel's history in 1978, when she and other terrorists hijacked a bus and killed 37 civilians, 12 of them children.
8 summer camps named for the “courageous prisoners” and their “great sacrifice” 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, July 10, 2012
     "The Education Authority in Qabatiya opened eight summer camps at its schools, with the title, ‘Support prisoners out of esteem for their struggles'. Head of the Education Authority, Rima Daraghmeh, said: 'We are opening the summer camps today with the support of the Education Ministry, and under the banner of the great sacrifice of our courageous prisoners for the freedom and glory of the homeland.'"
Fatah officials attend closing ceremony for camp named after terrorist Abu Iyad 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 6, 2012
     "Yesterday a concluding ceremony was held for participants in the first winter camp (Shahid Salah Khalaf Abu Iyad), held at the university over three days, in cooperation with the Student Union Council and [Fatah’s] Student’s Shabiba movement at the Palestine Polytechnic University.
Present at the participants' concluding ceremony were member of the Fatah Central Committee and Chairman of the Al-Istiqlal University Board, Tawfiq Tirawi; member of the Fatah Central Committee Jamal Muhaisen; member of the Fatah Revolutionary Council, Bakr Abu Bakr; and Deputy President of the university for military affairs, Younes Al-As."

Note: Abu Iyad (Salah Khalaf) - A founder of Fatah and head of the terror organization Black September. Attacks he planned included the murder of two American diplomats (March 1, 1973), as well as the murders of 11 Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics (Sept. 5, 1972).
PA summer camp names children's groups after terrorists 
Source: Al-Ayyam, July 20, 2011
     "The head of the Public Relations Department of the Shahid Salah Khalaf Center, Nojoud Daraghmeh, announced the conclusion of the 'Palestine in the Eyes of the Children of Martyrs (Shahids) Summer Camp', which took place under the auspices of Prime Minister Salam Fayyad and was organized by the National Association of Families of Palestine's Martyrs. [The summer camp was held] under the supervision of the National Committee of Summer Camps and with the participation of 70 boys and girls, the children and siblings of Martyrs from all [West] Bank districts. The summer camp included numerous activities and events. Participants were divided into four groups, named after leaders and fighters: Martyr (Shahid) President Yasser Arafat, Martyr Commander Salah Khalaf, Martyr Abu Ali Mustafa, and Martyr Dalal Mughrabi. Several senior Palestinian Authority officials visited the summer camp, headed by [PM] Salam Fayyad and Fatah Central Committee members Jamal Muhaisen and Sultan Abu Al-Einein... A closing ceremony at the end of the summer camp was held under the auspices of Fayyad... who gave out awards [to officials involved in the summer camp.]"
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Note: Dalal Mughrabi - in 1978 led the most lethal terror attack in Israel's history, in which 37 civilians were killed, 12 of them children.
Salah Khalaf (Abu Iyad) - the head of the Black September terror group. He planned many terror attacks including the murder of two American diplomats, as well as the murder of 11 Israeli athletes in the Munich Olympics in 1972.
Abu Ali Mustafa - General Secretary of the terror organization Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). He planned numerous terror attacks against Israeli civilians during the Palestinian terror campaign (the Intifada, 2000-2005).
Fatah summer camp group named after terrorist Mughrabi 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, July 4, 2011
     “The Halhoul [West Bank city] Cultural Forum, in cooperation with the Sanabel Al-Kheir Association, held the concluding ceremony yesterday for the second Sanabel [summer] camp, which comprised three groups: the Shahid (Martyr) Yasser Arafat group; the Shahid Abu Jihad group; and the Shahida Dalal Mughrabi group. Participating in the ceremony was the Coordinator of the “Lion Cubs and Flowers” (i.e., Fatah group for boys and girls) of the northern Hebron branch of the Fatah movement, Yahya Mifrih… At the end of the ceremony, certificates were awarded to the 130 boys and girls, including 30 special-needs children.”
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Note: Dalal Mughrabi led the most lethal terror attack in Israel’s history in 1978, when she and other terrorists hijacked a bus and killed 37 civilians, 12 of them children. Abu Jihad was the terrorist leader who planned Mughrabi’s bus hijacking.
PA ministry sponsors camp named after terrorist Abu Jihad 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Aug. 8, 2010
Headline: “Opening of Shahid (Martyr) Abu Jihad camp in Aqaba [village near Tubas, in Jenin district]”
     “Salam Daraghmeh, spokeswoman for the Youth and Sports Administration in Tubas, announced that the Shahid (Martyr) Abu Jihad camp has opened in Aqaba, under the auspices of the Youth and Sports Ministry. Present at the opening ceremony were the head of the Youth and Sports Administration in the Tubas region, Arafat Al-Masri; General Director of Youth Affairs in the Youth and Sports Ministry, Walid Atatreh, and principal of the Aqaba Boys’ High School, Marwan Salameh. In his lengthy speech, head of the Youth and Sports Administration in the Tubas district, Arafat Al-Masri, emphasized the role of these camps in refining and nurturing the youth's skills and abilities, and in training young leaders who will in the future fill a role [on the national level]."”

Note: Abu Jihad was a founder of Fatah and deputy to Yasser Arafat. He headed the PLO terror organization’s military wing and planned many deadly Fatah terror attacks, including the most lethal in Israeli history, the hijacking of a bus and killing of 37 civilians, 12 of them children.
Fatah secretary: Naming summer camp after terrorist Mughrabi "strengthens sense of belonging" 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Aug. 5, 2010
Headline: "Light of the Generations' Association concludes the second [summer] camp named after Shahida (Martyr) Dalal Mughrabi”
     "Mahera Al-Jamal [representative of the National Committee of Summer Camps] spoke about the active role of the National Committee in supporting and sponsoring such camps, and she delivered greetings from the General Coordinator, Mousa Abu Zaid [Mousa Abu Zaid is also the PA's Deputy Minister for Youth and Sports, -Ed.] .... Secretary of Fatah in Bethlehem, Yusuf Al-Aref, said that naming such summer camps after the Shahida Dalal Mughrabi strengthens the sense of belonging and citizenship among Palestinian girls. ... The 'Freedom Flotilla' group at the camp put on a play named 'Dalal [Mughrabi] the Legend,' which was well-liked by the audience and was applauded, while the 'Tal Al-Rabia [Tel Aviv] and Jerusalem' group presented an impassioned folkdance. The song 'Returning to my country' moved those present; they expressed their admiration with a standing ovation. A participant in the camp, Batul Khader, concluded the camp by inviting the audience to join in the song, 'We are not terrorists.'"

Note: Dalal Mughrabi led the most lethal terror attack in Israel’s history in 1978, when she and other terrorists hijacked a bus and killed 37 civilians, 12 of them children.
Summer camp named after terrorist Dalal Mughrabi 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, July 29, 2010
     "The Ministry of Social Affairs in Ramallah opened yesterday in El Bireh the fourth integration camp for people with special needs, and in Bethlehem the second camp named after Shahida (Martyr) Dalal Mughrabi [opened]... At the headquarters of the ‘Light of the Generations’ youth association in Bethlehem, the second summer camp named after Shahida Dalal Mughrabi commenced - with the support of the [PA] National Committee of Summer Camps and One Voice Palestineorganization in Ramallah. It aims at training young leaders in the eastern countryside of Bethlehem District. Present [at the opening] were... the Secretary of Fatah's Bethlehem branch, Yusuf Al-Aref, ..., Chairman of the [Light of Generations' youth] association, Ibrahim Mubarak, Muhammad Khalil - camp director... 70 young girls from the Dar Salah village and neighboring villages participated."

Note: Dalal Mughrabi led the most lethal terror attack in Israel’s history in 1978, when she and other terrorists hijacked a bus and killed 37 civilians, 12 of them children.
Summer camp named after terrorist involved in Munich Olympics massacre  
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, July 20, 2010
Headline: “Folktales at Mahmoud Al-Hamshari [summer] camp”
     “The Ministry of Culture organized a folktales event at the summer camp at the Mahmoud Al-Hamshari School in the Tulkarem district, which was attended by the Director of the Ministry of Culture, Abd Al-Fatah Alkam.”

Note: Mahmoud Al-Hamashri was involved in the murders of the Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics.
Youth told to continue "in way of Shahids" (Martyrs) 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Aug. 12, 2008
     “The youth committee of the high school in the Yatta region finished the summer camp activities … in his speech, Jihad Abu Zahra, coordinator of the youth committee … emphasized the desire of the youth to continue the way of the Shahids (Martyrs) until the fulfillment of our people's goals of freedom and independence.”
A summer camp in "honor and admiration" of Mughrabi 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, July 23, 2008
     “A summer camp in the name of the Shahida [Martyr] Dalal Mughrabi was opened... by the Fatah movement … out of honor and admiration for the Shahida [Martyr].”

Note: Dalal Mughrabi led the most lethal terror attack in Israel’s history in 1978, when she and other terrorists hijacked a bus and killed 37 civilians, 12 of them children.
Summer camp activities dedicated to Dalal Mughrabi 
Source: Al-Ayyam, July 22, 2008
      “The activities of the [summer] camp are organized with the support of the Palestinian Center for Dissemination of Democracy & Community Development … [with] teams which carry names with a national and historical significance, and names of Shahids... the camp activities are dedicated to the memory of two Shahids, Dalal Mughrabi and Azmi Saghir."

Note: Dalal Mughrabi led the most lethal terror attack in Israel’s history in 1978, when she and other terrorists hijacked a bus and killed 37 civilians, 12 of them children.
Summer camp named for 17 year-old terrorist 
Source: Al-Quds, Aug. 14, 2003
17 year-old Ayyat al-Akhras was the youngest Palestinian female suicide terrorist. She killed 2 Israelis and injured 28 in a suicide bombing near a Jerusalem supermarket in March 2002:
     "Dr. Ahmad al-Yazji, Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports attended a graduation ceremony of a summer camp named after the Shahida (Martyr) Ayyat Al Akhras. It was organized by the Shabiba [youth organization] of the Fatah in East Gaza... 150 children aged 9-15 participated in the camp... Al-Yazji stressed the role of the struggle fulfilled by the Palestinian National Liberation Movement “Fatah” and saluted the Shahids, the wounded and the prisoners."
UNICEF sponsors Martyrdom glorification 
Source: Al-Quds, July 23, 2003
     "In the Ibn-Al-Hitham elementary school in Nablus, activities at the "Shahids (Martyrs) of Chattin" summer camp drew to a close. This [camp] had been organized by the Youth and Sports Department, in conjunction with the Chattin division scouts’ club, UNICEF and the national committee for summer camps. In honor of this event a grand ceremony took place... Al-Issui gave a speech on behalf of the Minister of Youth and Sport in which he recalled the Shahids for Palestine, after whom the camp was named. During the ceremony there were artistic interludes presented by the Shahid Mahmad Al-Tzabar choir, along with the Shahid Abu Jibran Group and the group [named after] the two Shahid brothers Kemal and Tissir Abu-Shahab."
UNICEF camp glorifies Martyrdom 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, July 22, 2003
     "Yesterday the activities of the scouts’ Shahid (Martyr) camp in Dir Al-Ballah (in Gaza) were officially opened... under the supervision of the scouts’ authority in the Youth and Sports Department ... and with the support of UNICEF. 140 scouts of both sexes took part in the camp."
UNICEF funds camp honoring first female suicide terrorist 
Source: Al-Ayyam, July 18, 2003
     "Yesterday, activities ended in the camp named after the Shahida [Died for Allah] Wafa Idris, for girls in the city of Kalkiliya. The camp was founded by the Scout general administration in the Ministry of Youth and Sports. The camp was under the supervision of the Scouts in the Kalkiliya Administration and about 100 girls from the organizing committee of the city’s Scouts participated... [At the closing ceremonies thanks were given including] to UNICEF for its support of the camps."

Note: Wafa Idris was the first Palestinian female suicide bomber. She killed one and injured over 100 in her attack in central Jerusalem in 2002. As a volunteer for the Palestinian Red Crescent, she was able to bypass Israeli security and enter Jerusalem in a Palestinian ambulance.

Summer camp honors founder of terror organization 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, July 13, 2003
Jihad Al-Amarin was the founder of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ terror organization.
     "The Palestinian Union for Culture, Sciences and Development continues with the activities of the fifth round of the summer camps (which) bears the title: "The Shahid (Martyr) Al-Amarin"... Yesterday the camp’s participants went to the home of the Shahid Jihad Al-Amarin, where (they were greeted by) the Shahid’s wife, children and family. During the visit there were speeches praising the virtues of the Shahid Jihad Al-Amarin... The Shahid’s wife expressed her joy at our people’s loyalty to her husband, stating that the Shahid's Jihad followed a national mission. During the visit the Shahid’s wife was presented with the camp’s plaque."
Summer camp named for terrorist Raed Karmi 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Sept. 11, 2002
Headline: “With the participation of more than a hundred boys and girls, the Shahid (Martyr) Raed Karmi summer camp concludes with sports ceremonies"
     "In the yard of the Irtah elementary school for girls, the Shahid Raed Karmi summer camp, in which more than a hundred boys and girls participated, has concluded."
Summer camp named after suicide terrorist Ayyat Al-Akhras 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Aug. 4, 2002
17 year-old Ayyat al-Akhras was the youngest female suicide terrorist. She killed 2 Israelis in a supermarket in Jerusalem in 2002.
     “Today the activities begin in the tenth Scouts summer camp, Martyrdom-seeker  Ayyat al-Akhras Camp.”
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