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Glorifying terrorists and terror
Fatah Facebook page glorifies terrorist bombmaker as a “heroine” who died as a “Martyr”
Official Fatah Facebook page - Nov. 29, 2018
 







Images and text posted on the official Fatah Facebook page

The images show terrorist Shadia Abu Ghazaleh, a bomb-maker who died preparing a bomb for an attack against Israel. In the image on the left Ghazaleh is seen in a military uniform holding a rifle. In the image on the right Ghazaleh is brushing her hair.

Posted text: “The 50th anniversary of the death of Palestinian Shadia Abu Ghazaleh… Shadia took part in a bombing operation of an Israeli bus, and also took part in and even led a number of military operations. However, fate desired that when our heroine was at her home preparing a bomb to detonate on the occupation in Tal Al-Rabia (i.e., Tel Aviv, see note below) it blew up in her hands and she died as a Martyr (Shahida). In this way Shadia became the first female Martyr who ascended to her Creator in the history of the Popular Front [for the Liberation of Palestine].
Today we send all of our love to Shadia – who would repeat: ‘If I fall, take my place, my comrade in the struggle’ … She and those like her guide our path, and every time the world closes in around us, along come people like this uncompromising and merciful young woman, who sacrificed herself for her great family at the expense of the childhood dreams that were within her, in order to tell us: ‘Continue.’”
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Shadia Abu Ghazaleh - active in the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) terror organization and prepared bombs for many attacks against Israel. While she was preparing a bomb for an attack in Tel Aviv in 1968, it accidentally detonated and killed her.

Tal Al-Rabia is the Palestinians’ Arabic translation of Tel Aviv, to wrongly imply the existence of an Arab village of that name prior to Tel Aviv.

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