Israel’s Peace Partners Celebrate Murder of 12 Israeli Children

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According to Obama, Palestinian Authority leader Abbas “has consistently renounced violence”. Somewhat more consistently than that, Abbas’ government and political movement annually celebrate the murder of 12 Israeli children.

The dead included a 2-year-old girl, five year olds and six year olds. They also included Mathilda Askenazy-Daniel, a 68-year-old woman who died in the hospital after being burned over 90 percent of her body.

The coastal massacre began with the murder of an American photographer, Gail Rubin. One of the youngest victims was Ilan Hochman, a 3-year-old boy, seen above.

Ilan died along with his older brother, 6-year-old Roi and his mother, Rebecca Hochman. Their father lost his legs trying to stop the terrorists on the bus.

Abbas appointed Hussein Fayyad, one of the commanders of the terror group that carried out the 1978 Coastal Road massacre, as his adviser.

In keeping with their annual tradition, Fatah and the PA celebrated the anniversary of the most lethal terror attack against Israel. On Facebook, Fatah celebrated the anniversary of the massacre with several posts, referring to the terrorists as “stars” and “heroes”:

At an event, Fatah’s spokesman Ahmad Assaf praised terrorist Dalal Mughrabi as “an extraordinary example of struggle, whose headline is bravery, heroism, sacrifice and courage” and who “inspired her generation and the next generations.”

Mahmoud Abbas’ advisor on NGOs Sultan Abu Al-Einein said at another event, “Yes, March is honored by this Palestinian blood… They [Israelis] are deluding themselves if they think the negotiations are our only choice. Let the young people hear me: Allah, honor us with Martyrdom (Shahada). Allah, give us the honor of being part of the procession of Martyrs.”

The violence has clearly been renounced.

  • wileyvet

    The “Palestinians” praise these inhuman monsters, revel in the death of Jews, because they do not see them as people, only targets of opportunity for their ongoing savage terrorism to annihilate Israelis and wipe Israel off the map. Golda Meir once said, ” We can forgive the Arabs for killing our children. We cannot forgive them for forcing us to kill their children. We will only have peace with the Arabs when they love their children more than they hate us”

    • Suzanne

      I, for one, am really uncomfortable with that quote from Golda. Forgiving someone for murdering their children – if one could have the superhuman strength to do so – should ONLY be given if the murderer truly and utterly repents of their evil and comes to the conclusion – after much soul searching – that whatever instigated him to do such a thing in the first place – was pure evil that they were caught up in. I would imagine that true repentance HAS happened as I have read speeches of people before being executed for their crimes – and some truly do ask for forgiveness and would not do it again if given the chance – HOWEVER, this is not always the case – by far. Many are hard core murderers to the end. I think that most of the murderous Arabs that still incite against Israel are also still light years away from any enlightened mentality. Killing someone’s innocent children is pure evil – it needs to be put down and HARD – and only then will it stop.


        Suzanne AKBAR!

  • Larry Larkin

    Every year when they gather to celebrate it Israel should shell the living daylights out of the celebration, then strafe the funerals.

    • Yakov Marks

      I prefer that we use a fuel air bomb. It will leave them speechless and clean the air at the same time.

  • herb benty

    Anyone really think Obama doesn’t know what the PLO is truly like. Of course he does, he’s just doing the, “a lie repeated often enough….”, thing.Which makes Obama a very evil character.

  • truebearing

    Celebrating the murder of innocent children… how evil is that? Given his age, therefore proximity to death, Abbas should strongly consider casting himself into the sea, with a millstone around his neck.

  • Sherry

    Radical Islam? More like radical Zionism.

    • Niall Yufreites

      And that’s your final answer? Best of luck come the Reckoning.

    • Lizzie Basara

      Don’t forget your hajib when you leave the house today Sherry. It makes you special and sets your apart from the kafir.