Blood-Drenched Palestinian Heroine

On October 4, 2003, during the genocidal assault known as the Second Intifada, a young Palestinian law student from Jenin named Hanadi Jaradat blew herself up at Maxim’s restaurant in Haifa. The blast killed 21 people including four children and five Israeli Arabs.

Two of the children (aged 11 and 9) were from the Almog family, which lost five people in the bombing; another two of the children (aged 4 and 1) were from the Zer-Aviv family, which also lost five members.

Since then, the honors for Hanadi Jaradat have never stopped—and not only from Palestinians.

On January 16, 2004, the then Israeli ambassador to Sweden, Zvi Mazel, attended a Stockholm art show “linked,” as HonestReporting recounted at the time,

to an international conference on preventing genocide. Mazel was shocked to encounter there a large exhibit glorifying [Jaradat]. Dubbed “Snow White and the Madness of Truth,” the exhibit showed a tiny sailboat floating on a pool of red water. Attached to the boat was a smiling photo of the female bomber….

Mazel, in an incident that gained much notoriety at the time, reacted by “pull[ing] the plug on three spotlights illuminating the exhibit, and knock[ing] one light fixture into the red pool.” His Swedish hosts were shocked at the uncivilized behavior.

In 2005, the Palestinian Authority’s Ministry of Culture published a poetry collection in Jaradat’s honor, distributing it with a daily newspaper. Neither the Swedish artist nor the Ministry of Culture was deterred by the fact that Jaradat’s victims included Arabs—two waiters, a cook, a security guard, and a man responsible for customer service at the restaurant.

Now Palestinian Media Watch informs us that Jaradat’s folk-hero status lives on. Last week the Palestine Committee of the Arab Lawyers Union created something called the “Martyr Hanadi Jaradat plaque of honor” and presented it to Jaradat’s family in a visit.

As the Palestinian daily Al-Ayyam described it:

The delegation conveyed to the family of Martyr Jaradat the good wishes of the head of the Union, Mr. Omar Al-Zayn…and also emphasized the pride of the Arab Lawyers Union for what their daughter had done in defense of Palestine and the nation.

The Arab Lawyers Union is based in Cairo, and its website says it “is in consultative status with ECOSOC, an observer at UNESCO…and a member in several UN committees.” Its mission statement includes the item “Promote and protect human rights, basic freedoms and the primacy of law….”

Amid the upheavals sweeping Libya, Egypt, Syria, Yemen, and elsewhere in the region, the Palestinians have been out of the spotlight lately. And as Israel gears up for elections on January 22, even the left-of-center parties—for the first time in decades—are so far giving the Palestinian issue short shrift.

Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas is aware of the situation and unhappy about it. As he complained last week to the Israeli daily Yediot Aharonot:

I don’t know what’s gong on [in Israel]. On the one hand I read about public opinion polls showing that 70% of Israelis want peace with us, but on the other hand there is no process and we identify a lack of interest on your part….

The Palestinian issue is not on the agenda of the [Israeli political] parties…. The Likud is dealing with the Iranian threat, Labor with the price of cottage cheese, and the elections serve as just another excuse to delay [the resumption of peace talks]…. I see now how Netanyahu is destroying the two-state solution.

Again, though, those who keep up with Palestinian Media Watch will not be too impressed with Abbas’s commitment to Israel’s continued existence as one of the “two states.” As his Facebook page put it earlier this month: “we are right that our land is occupied and not disputed territory, and this applies to all the territories that Israel occupied before June 1967.” In other words, “our land” includes not just the West Bank and Gaza but Tel Aviv, Haifa, and all the rest of Israel as well.

Nor could Israelis be impressed with Abbas’s peaceable intentions if they bothered listening to his speech to the UN General Assembly last month, in which—among much else in the same spirit—he said Palestinians were

facing relentless waves of attacks against our people, our mosques, churches and monasteries, and our homes and schools; they are unleashing their venom against our trees, fields, crops and properties, and our people have become fixed targets for acts of killing and abuse with the complete collusion of the occupying forces and the Israeli Government.

With elections on the way in Israel and especially in the United States, there is no knowing if 2013 will see the Palestinians return to prominence—or stay in the relative insignificance that is so frustrating to Abbas. From both moral and pragmatic standpoints, the culture that produces and glorifies the likes of Hanadi Jaradat is very lucky to have the autonomy and aid money it now has, and—to say the least—deserves nothing more.

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  • Toe Cutter

    These clowns have been fighting each other for more than 5,000 years. Why would they stop now? Nuke the so-called ‘Holy Land’. It’s time it was sent back to hell, anyway.

    • JeremyBeadleshand

      5000 years? Where the hell did you get that number from? Islam is only 1400 years old and that Judaism about 3000. The fact that Israel was formed about 70 years ago On Jewish land and immediately was invaded by five Muslim nations doesn't seem to Be something you know either. Learn some history.

    • bkopicz

      Toe 5,000 years? Where do you get your information from, the comics?

  • Schlomotion

    The art exhibit is disgusting indeed, as was the act of blowing up children. However, Mr. Hornik leaves out that Hanadi Jaradat, an aspiring lawyer, had her fiancé shot by the IDF when she was 21, and later on, the IDF killed her cousin and younger brother right in front of her. Who would not want to blow up a bunch of Israelis after that? They practically recruited her.

    Mr. Hornik seems sympathetic to Zvi Mazel, the Israeli government official who vandalized the exhibit. Mr. Mazel throws the word "antisemite" around a lot, and apparently mistook Stockholm for the Gaza Strip and thought he could stamp around like a Jewish Stormtrooper smashing things that offend him and holding his own Entartete Kunst . Mr. Hornik seems unable to relate to why someone might be driven murderously insane at seeing her family killed, but seems able to relate infinitely to an offended Jew. I think this article is biased.

    • http://www.facebook.com/dionissis.mitropoulos Dionissis Mitropoulos

      Schlomotion

      .".. had her fiancé shot by the IDF when she was 21, and later on, the IDF killed her cousin and younger brother right in front of her. Who would not want to blow up a bunch of Israelis after that"?

      I wouldn't.

      If my fiance and my cousin and my younger brother were terrorists, i wouldn't feel righteous indignation.

      I would rather think that they had it coming.

      Then again, i wouldn't have chosen a terrorist for fiance.

      "seems unable to relate to why someone might be driven murderously insane at seeing her family killed".

      The broader point is not whether someone's loss EXPLAINS murderous insanity, but whether it JUSTIFIES it morally.

      • Schlomotion

        I already said it isn't morally justified. So what are you blathering about, other than to try to uphold one ethnic group and mash down another?

        • Nomotion

          He is trying to explain to you that her entire family is dealing with terrorism, it's not that hard to understand. The fact that you admire her behavior is of some concern. I liked your use of the word "vandalized". I guess that if you would have seen a pool of your family's blood and the picture of their murderer floating in the middle you would probably admire the art. But that's you, we are all different people.

          • Schlomotion

            Your concern is misplaced. I did not say I admire her behavior or the exhibit. Mr. Mitropoulos was trying to use a "Jews are more moral than Muslims" argument. He must have mistaken me for an Evangelical or something. Your defense of his weak argument is to lie and say that I approved of Jaradat's actions. As you see, I said the opposite of that.

          • Mo_

            Jews ARE more moral than Muslims, since Jews do not go around committing suicide attacks against Muslims in obedience to their religion. Nor do they teach their children to do so, and for generations.

          • http://www.facebook.com/dionissis.mitropoulos Dionissis Mitropoulos

            Schlomotion

            “Mr. Mitropoulos was trying to use a "Jews are more moral than Muslims" argument. He must have mistaken me for an Evangelical or something. Your defense of his weak argument…”

            I have not mistaken you for an Evangelical.

            Even if I had, I wouldn’t be appealing to your religious beliefs because that would have been disingenuous on my behalf, since I don’t share those beliefs – considering that I am an atheist, as I have already told you.

            People who attempt to persuade others by using moral arguments that they themselves don’t share are called “demopaths”, and they engage in a pretty immoral activity.

            “Mr. Mitropoulos was trying to use a "Jews are more moral than Muslims" argument”. Your defense of his weak argument…”.

            I was not making an argument. I was explaining that, in case my family members got shot, I wouldn’t feel a murderous urge in me if my family were terrorists, an emotion you took for granted not just for the Palestinian woman but for everybody else.

            The state of Israel is indeed behaving more morally than the Palestinians (which, of course, does not mean that there are no Palestinians more moral than Israelis).

            But I had no intention of bringing up the comparison.

            Suppose though I intended to. What would be so “weak” in such a claim?

          • MDM24

            But Jews are more moral than Muslims.

          • http://www.facebook.com/dionissis.mitropoulos Dionissis Mitropoulos

            Nomotion

            Thank you for defending me.

        • http://www.facebook.com/dionissis.mitropoulos Dionissis Mitropoulos

          Schlomotion 98p

          "I already said it isn't morally justified. So what are you blathering about, other than to try to uphold one ethnic group and mash down another"?

          You are referring to the second point i made, concerning the difference between explaining and morally justifying.

          I did not accuse you of justifying the Palestinian woman's murderous insanity.

          I, in effect, offered an alternative viewpoint to your accusation that Mr Hornik seems unable to relate to such emotions.

          Mr Hornik, just like you and me, might be perfectly capable of relating to the emotional impetus generated by family loss, and still find the retaliatory activities unjustified.

          You might have been unfairly accusing him of insensitivity, that's why i "blather".

          And i am not trying to uphold one ethnic group at the expense of another BECAUSE of their ethnicity. Ethnicity is irrelevant to my pro-Israel attitude.

          It is actions (and their motivation) that i judge, ethnic descent is morally irrelevant.

          • Dr. John

            In fact, some of David Hornik's relatives were murdered, in horrible ways, by Germans. To my knowledge, he does not consider murdering Germans as a reaction.

          • Schlomotion

            Was his fiance shot? Were his cousin and brother killed right before his eyes? You may have a point.

          • Dr. John

            His relatives were not terrorists, armed, or combatants in any way.

          • Schlomotion

            Indeed. He merely writes for a publication that benefits from and endorses ethnic cleansing as it happens. You want to make him look more moral because of it. If he were a moral dynamo, he would have chosen to rise above all of the slime, not just the Palestinian slime. He still chose to write a gratuitous passion play of an article glorifying Zvi Mazel's perspective instead of saying that this type of insanity is produced on both sides by this failure to be humane to one another. Mr. Hornik does not even rise to the low level of moral indignation of a Mike Wallace describing voyeuristically The Hate that Hate Produced. He is asking us to see Jews as human and Muslims as inhuman.

          • Dr. John

            To maintain your position, what you have to keep trampling is nuance. Muslims are not inhuman but they have a problematic religion. To understand this, one must at least read the Koran in its entirety. Judaism and Christianity are not perfect but their message, on the whole, is humane. The message of Islam regarding non-Muslims is decidedly inhumane.

          • http://www.facebook.com/dionissis.mitropoulos Dionissis Mitropoulos

            Sclomotion

            “Indeed. He merely writes for a publication that benefits from and endorses ethnic cleansing as it happens”.

            If Israel is conducting “ethnic cleansing”, then the Israelis are the most incompetent people on earth: The Palestinian population has been steadily increasing.

            “instead of saying that this type of insanity is produced on both sides by this failure to be humane to one another”.
            http://cifwatch.com/2010/11/26/180000-palestinian

            180,000 Palestinians treated in Israeli hospitals in 2009.

            If a side fails to be humane to the other, it is not the Israeli one.

          • Schlomotion

            Just imagine now, how wonderful it could be if everybody got on the same page. What if the settlement builders were also as humane. What if the humane behavior of Palestinians were rewarded with permanent access between Gaza and West Bank, between West Bank and Jordan? What if Israel stopped enforcing settlements with bulldozers and denying non-Jews permits to exist in-situ? What if people just stopped viewing one another as citizens of two different regions with radically different identities and just forgot the whole thing?

          • http://www.facebook.com/dionissis.mitropoulos Dionissis Mitropoulos

            Schlomotion

            "What if people just stopped viewing one another as citizens of two different regions with radically different identities and just forgot the whole thing"?

            It would be wonderful.

            And it can only happen, as you said, if both Israelis and Palestinians FORGET the whole thing.

            That's why in one of our various threads i have insisted that children indoctrination by the Palestinian Authority be stopped.

            If little cute Palestinians are taught that the noblest goal in life is to shed their blood so as to exterminate the Israelis, they will grow up to become big ugly terrorists.

            The most important obstacle to peace is this Palestinian brain washing.

            Israel does not do anything of the sort.

            Hence, any effort of the international community should be directed to this goal, how to persuade the Palestinian leadership to let their kids grow in innocence.

            Once we have two coolheads, a compromise will be reached.

            But a Palestinian hothead can spoil the whole peace process by herself.

          • Schlomotion

            We agree.

          • http://www.facebook.com/dionissis.mitropoulos Dionissis Mitropoulos

            I'm glad, Schlomo.

          • Schlomotion

            Mr. Hornik might be perfectly capable of relating to the emotional impetus generated by family loss, but he chooses not to. Instead he chooses to amplify the Entartete Kunst of Zvi Mazel and vilify Jaradat, Palestine, Sweden et al. He has selective morality, one morality for Jews and a different one for non-Jews. His entire tone is that Jews love their families more than Muslims do, a piece of BS that appears on Frontpage a lot.

            It is not evident from your arguments thus far that you have a loftier reason for preferring Jews to Muslims other than some ethnic bias.

          • http://www.facebook.com/dionissis.mitropoulos Dionissis Mitropoulos

            Schlomotion

            “His entire tone is that Jews love their families more than Muslims do, a piece of BS that appears on Frontpage a lot”.

            My point would be that, statistically speaking, Israelis (I never referred to Jews) love their children more than Palestinians (I never referred to Muslims).

            Proof positive comes from having a look at what each group is trying to instill into kids’ brains.

            The Palestinians are attempting to make them hate the Israelis and to cultivate in them a death wish.

            Have a look at this link, http://palwatch.org/main.aspx?fi=846

            It is from Palestinian Media Watch, the site that Mr Hornik cited, and shows the systematic indoctrination that the “moderate” Palestinian Authority is perpetrating at the expense of Palestinian children (you can imagine what Hamas does, cant’ you?).

            See how blood-thirsty they wish to make the beings that nature makes us love the most – children.

            “It is not evident from your arguments thus far that you have a loftier reason for preferring Jews to Muslims other than some ethnic bias”.

            Oh, come on now.

            I have been replying to you consistently the past few days, always citing the Palestinian ACTIONS that I consider morally unworthy, along with the moral considerations that lead me to my judgment.

            That was a cheap shot Schlomo.

          • Schlomotion

            OK. Let's agree to remove Muslims and Jews from the discussion entirely. That way we don't have to discuss the silly fanaticisms of Islam nor the oppression of Jews that justifies every action by Israel. We simply have Country A and Country B. Fortunately, that makes matters much easier:

            Country A has surrounded Country B and will not allow the citizens of Country B to travel, leave their country by ship, receive goods by ship, take the SATS, go to the US on scholarship, or even cross a bridge into Country C periodically. Country A has a nuclear equipped modern army. Country B has pipe bomb rockets and stones. Sometimes people from Country B get mad and launch these rockets. Country A responds by restricting their mobility and resources even further, and killing people suspected of throwing rocks and shooting off rockets. Country B responds with their only remaining weapon: their bodies, strapped with explosives. Country A and Country B both claim that one another either don't exist or have no right to exist. Country B sounds just miserable. But Country A sound like real malevolent antagonists.

          • http://www.facebook.com/dionissis.mitropoulos Dionissis Mitropoulos

            Schlomotion

            “Country A has surrounded Country B and will not allow the citizens of Country B to travel, leave their country by ship, receive goods by ship, take the SATS, go to the US on scholarship, or even cross a bridge into Country C periodically”.

            All the restrictions of movement of the Palestinians in the West Bank and the blockade of Gaza are intended to protect Israeli civilians from Palestinian terrorism.

            “Country A has a nuclear equipped modern army. Country B has pipe bomb rockets and stones. Sometimes people from Country B get mad and launch these rockets”.

            You seem to be implying that the rockets against Israeli civilians are an emotionally understandable response to the restrictions of movement and the blockade that you mentioned.

            But you are getting the direction of causality wrong: the restrictions are the RESULT of the Palestinian terrorism, not the CAUSE of Palestinian terrorism.

            Israel cannot allow Hamas in Gaza to get rocket supplies through the Mediterranean Sea. And she cannot allow the Palestinians in the West Bank to enter Israel at will, because last time the Palestinians did (the Intifada) they were blowing themselves up among Israeli children.

            The biggest part in the cause of terrorism is played by the Palestinian incitement to children ( I hope you had a look at the link I posted). If Palestinians at tender ages learn that the noblest pursuit in life is to exterminate Israelis, no wonder that the long-sought peace is not feasible, since every new generation of Palestinians will want war.

            And this is where the international community needs to interfere: demand unequivocally that the incitement to terror stop.

            But we hear none of it from the international community. That’s why I consider their taking the moral high ground against Israel pure hypocrisy.

            “Country A responds by restricting their mobility and resources even further, and killing people suspected of throwing rocks and shooting off rockets. Country B responds with their only remaining weapon: their bodies, strapped with explosives”.

            Ditto for the Palestinian suicide terrorism: it is the cause of Israel’s (justifiable as self defense) restrictions, not their effect.
            Israel’s policy is NOT to kill those who throw rocks, let alone those who are merely suspected of it.
            Israel’s policy is to kill terrorists who fire rockets into civilian areas, and she has my moral acquiescence to that.

            “Country A and Country B both claim that one another either don't exist or have no right to exist”.

            No.
            Israel is willing to recognize a Palestinian state, as she did in 1947 by accepting the UN Partition Plan. It was the Palestinians that refused to recognize Israel. And she also accepted Palestine in 2000 and 2008, by making VERY generous peace proposals.

            It is the Palestinians that have become hate-junkies and reject every peace plan.

            “Country B sounds just miserable. But Country A sound like real malevolent antagonists”.

            If Israel were indeed malevolent she would have wiped Gaza off the map and forcefully relocate every Palestinian in the West Bank. Instead, she is responding as mildly as the circumstances allow to daily terrorism, and hopes that the Palestinians will come to their right mind – they won’t, unless incitement stops.

          • Schlomotion

            This is the kind of argument where we assign blame based on when we set our stopwatch. I am in favor of Israel not expanding settlements and Palestine not firing rockets at the same time, forever, if possible. Generally when this happens, Israel needs to do something quickly to scuttle the peace. I am in favor, instead of multilateral forced partitioning and a redesign of Israeli-Palestinian roadways in those areas where Israel has tried to throttle Palestinian access roads. I am in favor of this being done militarily and forcibly.

          • http://www.facebook.com/dionissis.mitropoulos Dionissis Mitropoulos

            Schlomotion

            "This is the kind of argument where we assign blame based on when we set our stopwatch".

            You mean my direction-of-causality argument, my view that restrictions in Palestinian movement are the result, and not the cause, of terrorism.

            It's not a matter of a hazy timeline, the Israeli fence on the Green Line (and a little bit behind it) has been built as a response to the suicide terrorism of the second intifada. Israelis needed to protect their kids from terrorists.

            And as far as Gaza is concerned, Israel not only did she not have a wish to control Palestinian movement, she did not have even a wish to control the land. That's why she surrendered Gaza in 2005, only to be met with terrorist rocket fire. It was then that it she imposed the blockade of Gaza, so as to prevent the terrorists from shipping-in rockets.

            "Generally when this happens, Israel needs to do something quickly to scuttle the peace".

            Israel respects the ceasefires with Hamas. There is no evidence that she does not.

            But notice how far away we are moving from placing the blame to the real culprit, Hamas. The charter of the terrorists states unequivocally that they are devoted to the destruction of Israel. Is there any point for us to question Israel's intentions when what we have in front of us is a party in the peace process (Hamas) that is so implacable as to not even bother to repudiate verbally its goal for the extermination of the Jews?

            " I am in favor, instead, of multilateral forced partitioning"

            I just hope that you don't mean a partitioning that traces the Green Line.

            Israel has no guarantee whatsoever that she will not be met with artillery fire from the West Bank hilltops in case she retreats to the Green Line. She has the precedent of Gaza, remember? Handing back land and getting rockets in return.

            " I am in favor of this being done militarily and forcibly".

            No one can force Israel militarily, not even the USA – not that the Americans would be willing to.

            Israel has 400 nukes, no one attacks such a powerful country – thank God.

          • SCREW SOCIALISM

            Jews love their families more than Muslims.

            That is a basic truth.

            Muslims brainwash their kids to hate and kill Jews, promote dieing as martyrs for Islam.

            How many Jewish suicide bombers can you point to?

          • Mo_

            "His entire tone is that Jews love their families more than Muslims do, a piece of BS that appears on Frontpage a lot. "

            Really? Show me.

            Even if so, it's true. Jews do not sacrifice their children by teaching them suicide bombing is a heroic thing. Muslims do.

            What about that is false or unclear? I'd love to hear your answer.

          • Drakken

            The effing savage muslims love death more than the jews love life and act accordingly. Yes the jews are unjustified by being more moral than the savage muslims because if I was in charge, everytime one of those muslim savages launched a rocket or mortar I would drop a MOAB. If they persisted I would push Gaza into the sea and call it a day. So spare me your high moral ground muzzy sympathizer.

        • Light Alberich

          You did? What about "Who would not want to blow up a bunch of Israelis after that?"?

          That doesn't sound like denial for the moral justification of murder.

          • Schlomotion

            You presume that people are right-minded moralists after their family is slaughtered in front of them.

          • SCREW SOCIALISM

            30,000 dead in Syria. Who is killing them? Zionists or Islamofascists?

            Happy Eternal Nakba!

          • Kufar Dawg

            Ditto.

          • Drakken

            Well they shouldn't have been muslim terrorist then huh Sparky?

        • Mo_

          "I already said it isn't morally justified."

          And yet your original comment did exactly that.

          "So what are you blathering about, other than to try to uphold one ethnic group and mash down another?"

          And yet your original comment did exactly that.

        • Mo Schlotion

          What kind of blather do you use? When I want a good shave I use Gillette.

    • Mo_

      "Who would not want to blow up a bunch of Israelis after that? They practically recruited her. "

      What nonsense. How about the COUNTLESS Jews throughout history who've lost loved ones at the hands of Muslims following their religion, who DON'T go do likewise to Muslims?

      And why don't they? Because Judaism does not command or condone such behavior.

      I'd love to see a response to this.

      ***

      It's remarkable how people find a way to excuse even the most appalling of these Muslim savages, such as this woman.

    • UCSPanther

      So says the clown who claimed the Japanese were innocent victims in WWII and had the right to go on their murderous rampage in China…

      There's a name fore you: Enemy sympathizer.

  • Marty

    This twisted and sordid person is a cold-blooded murderer and that is a fact that won't change. I was in Maxim's – a beautiful location on the sea – earlier this year and listened as the Arab christian co-owner recounted what happened (he survived because he walked to the kitchen to see about an order moments before the explosion). The killer positioned herself exactly between the two families with small children to be sure to end their lives and then detonated the bomb she was carrying. The owner indicated he could never forgive her. No one should and anyone who celebrates her warped action is beyond the pale of human decency and every bit as sick is she was.

    • Dr. John

      Well said, Marty.

    • Ghostwriter

      Thank you,Marty. But this isn't surprising. The Palestinians aren't exactly big on caring about other people. They've been attacking Americans and Israelis for years and have no reverence for human life,not even their own.

  • jaysonrex

    As long as there is a single Arab, a.k.a. "Palestinian", left standing West of the Jordan river there will not be peace in the entire region. Hopes, 'negotiations' and other similar dreams will only lead to many more disappointments and, worst of all, bloodshed.

    To put an end to the mess, ALL Arabs must be repatriated to their ancestors' lands. There they will live happily forever after among their brethren. They will pray to Alah, the Merciful, five times a day, beat or kill their wives to their hearts' content, marry little girls – four at a time, and no one will intervene: not the Jews and much less the Christians.

    Finally, in their land, the Arabs will be able to honor their prophet Muhammad by dancing and singing to the tune of 'Havah Naguila'.

  • Lan Astaslem

    If Jews, Christians, and everyone else not in lockstep with savage islamists went on killing sprees of muslims after muslims slaughter some of their own, there'd be no muslims left. Of the 3,000 victims of savage murder on 9/11, how many survivors went on rampages killing muslims? huh shariamotion? Anyone with a few brain cells knows you're a sick Jew hater. May Israel continue to be a thorn in your side for eternity.

    • SCREW SOCIALISM

      Len Astaslem AKBAR!!!

      • Lan Astaslem

        Lan Astaslem means I WILL NOT SUBMIT TO islam

  • bkopicz

    Great article David Hornik

    Unfortunately as much as Israelis wishes for peace there can’t be with people like this. The only thing Israel can do is to make sure she can protect her borders from a people whose single aim is the destruction of a Israel and the genocide of the Jews. Self-delusion, suicidal leftist, the EU and Obama have place put the Jewish state in a very venerable position.

  • Carlisle

    Sweden, as it is, has always been a great appeaser of Arab nationalism (remember Olof Palme), so much that they have stepped up their efforts now and are offering their own homeland to them (Malmö is now 25% Muslim). You don't need to blame them because they are on their way out in history anyway.

  • Drakken

    I can't wait until the day the Israelis quit screwing around with these islamic savages and put an end to it period. That means pushing Gaza into the sea and the savages of the west Bank into Jordan proper. When a culture openly celebrates a jihadist islamokazi, it is time to take the damn gloves off and give them a healthy taste of their own medicine.

  • http://www.facebook.com/andrew.whitehead.5243 Andrew Whitehead

    This is one way the civilized world can damage the PA, Hamas, etc., ignore them.

    Much like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) in the USA, these terrorist organizations are media whores who recognize that without publicity they are dead as they can't stand on their own.

    Pull the plug on them, now.

    • Drakken

      You cannot ignore muslim savages period, you must confront and brutally stomp on them, it is the only thing they understand. As for CAIR? It is a muslim terrorist organization and should be dealt with like any muslim terrorist, a pigs foot and and a shallow grave.

  • Ghostwriter

    Why would anyone honor such a monstrous person? This beast should be condemned,not honored by anyone,least of all,the Swedes.

  • Drakken

    If I was at this abomination of an exhibit I would pizz in the pool and tear it down as any right thinking person would.

  • WilliamJamesWard

    Any message from Hanadi Jaradat since she blew herself to Hell, nothing???…….The eventual
    destination of her kind, not their end no no, where she is today is to horrible to comprehend,
    yet the insufferable conduct continues to be promoted by the evil Palestinian monsters. Israel
    holds the key to ridding the World of this pestelentual wretchedness, send them all back
    to Egypt and Jordan…….take hold of all of the lands of Promise, the birthright of Israel.
    William

  • jearuiz01

    I think of the 3,000 victims of savage murder on 9/11, how many survivors went on rampages killing muslims? huh shariamotion? Anyone with a few brain cells knows you're a sick Jew hater. May Israel continue to be a thorn in your side for eternity. http://www.nonfaithbased-drugrehab.org/biophysica

  • http://esetnodman32.blogspot.com/ nod32 Keys

    Now Palestinian Media Watch informs us that Jaradat’s folk-hero status lives on.

  • Alan Leguori

    It is amazing to see how the Palestian vs Israeli problems continue through decades. It seems to me that if we could help them resolve the religious intolerance between the two countries, it would be a major turning point for the world to heal all their differences with regard to tolerance in each others religious beliefs. Could it be that their is so much hatred between the two countries religions that they can’t hear each other speaking about the real existing problems between the two. Such is the case in drug addiction; with the person so immersed in their addiction that they can’t hear the people around them.