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"Palestinian" Mothers Necrophilia Lauded: "Unique In Their Cries Of Joy Over Death Of Terrorist Sons"

December 1, 2015

PA: Only Palestinian women rejoice in death of their sons

PA Minister of Women's Affairs, herself a woman, says Palestinian women 'unique' in their 'cries of joy' over death of terrorist sons.

By Ari Yashar

Palestinian Authority (PA) Minister of Women's Affairs Haifa Al-Agha, who is herself a woman, recently said Palestinian Arab women are "unique" in the world because they rejoice at the death of their sons - terrorists killed trying to murder Israelis.

In statements published by the official PA daily Al-Hayat Al-Jadida earlier this month and revealed on Monday by Palestinian Media Watch (PMW), Al-Agha explained about the joy over "martyrdom," namely dying while trying to conduct a lethal terrorist attack.

"(PA) Minister of Women's Affairs Haifa Al-Agha...noted the Palestinian woman's uniqueness, which differentiates her from the women of the world, as (only) she receives the news of her son's martyrdom with cries of joy," wrote the official PA paper.

Interestingly enough, Al-Agha who hails from Gaza was formerly the director of the Hamas government's Ministry of Education. She was sworn into the new Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) unity government, which the US falsely claimed did not include Hamas members.

Al-Agha's comments come in the midst of a massive Arab terror wave, which has already left 22 victims murdered since mid September, and which Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon (Likud) last Friday admitted that he doesn't know when it will end.

PMW notes that by praising mothers for their "cries of joy," the minister "is sending a message to PA society to attack Israelis without fear of death because Martyrdom for Allah is said to be the highest value and highest achievable status."

The minister also noted the active role of female Arab terrorists, saying, "the Palestinian girls and women have proven their ability to contribute to their homeland, and that they have a significant presence in the field and battle arenas."

Al-Agha's sentiment is not unusual for the PA, which has regularly incited for terrorism during the current wave of attacks.

PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas has refused to condemn the murder of Israelis. He in fact largely set off the current terror wave by praising the blood shed in Jerusalem "for Allah" and calling to stop "filthy" Jews from visiting the Temple Mount.



Watch: Abbas calls murdering Israelis 'peaceful' Explaining why he won't condemn attacks, Abbas says he called on 'everyone' to conduct 'peaceful uprising' - which killed 22 so far.

Arutz Sheva Staff

Palestinian Authority (PA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas was revealed on Tuesday to have made shocking statements two weeks ago, when he said that the murder of dozens of Israelis and the wounding of hundreds others is part of a "peaceful uprising."

The comments, made on official PA TV on November 16 and revealed by Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) on Tuesday, were meant to explain why Abbas has refused to condemn the murder of any of the 22 Israelis in the current Arab terror wave. At the time of his statement, 14 Israelis had already been murdered and 167 wounded according to official figures.

"No one called for this uprising and no one asked for it. It stemmed from the hearts of the young...we said to everyone that we want peaceful popular uprising, and that's what this is. That's what this is. However, the aggression of firing bullets has come from the Israelis," said Abbas.

Abbas's blatant justification of the murdering of Israelis and warping reality to present them as the "aggressors" comes even as he attempts to portray himself to the West as being opposed to terrorism.

PMW noted the significance of Abbas's comment: "We said to everyone that we want peaceful popular uprising, and that's what this is." Abbas's admission of calling "to everyone" is tantamount to taking responsibility for urging all Palestinian Arabs to engage in terrorist attacks, and indeed the attackers have included young girls and children as young as 11-years-old.

The call for a "peaceful" terror wave that Abbas included statements by Abbas in early September, in which he blessed every drop of blood shed in Jerusalem "for Allah" and called to stop "filthy" Jews from visiting the Temple Mount.

In early October as the terror wave began gaining steam, Abbas's Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) said that murdering Jews is a "national duty." In early November Abbas also ordered full military funerals be held for terrorists.

"Peaceful" vs. non-peaceful terror

The PA head's comments about "peaceful" terrorism and his refusal to condemn the murder of Israelis comes even as he has repeatedly condemned terrorism abroad, including a series of condemnations released by the official PA daily Al-Hayat Al-Jadida on November 15, a day before his televised comments.

In the press release, he publicly condemned the Islamic State (ISIS) attacks in Paris, ISIS shooting down a Russian airliner in Sinai, an ISIS double suicide bombing in a Hezbollah stronghold in Beirut, and an attack in Jordan's Amman that left five people shot dead.

Abbas ended by saying, "we condemn all forms of terror, and always stand against it."

But as his comments on official PA TV the following day made clear, he makes a special exception for terror conducted by Palestinian Arabs against Israelis, which is "peaceful."

The latest revelation adds to a recent string of declarations by Abbas that challenge his international image as a "peace partner."

In late October, Abbas said all of Israel is "the occupation," showing his intentions to conquer the entire state, and last month he revealed for the first time that he rejected the offer of a Palestinian state back in 2008.

Abbas in June gave credence to calls by Jewish nationalists arguing that a Palestinian state should be set up in Jordan, when he called Jordanian and Palestinian Arabs "one people living in two states."

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