Skip to comments.Palestinian Authority chooses mother of four jailed jihadist murderers to launch statehood campaign
Posted on 09/19/2011 8:28:07 AM PDT by Nachum
That, of course, is not what the PA emphasized in this case, portraying her as a victim because she has a total of seven sons in Israeli prisons.
For reasons the PA did not exactly intend, she indeed could not be a better symbolic choice to personify their bid for statehood, combining propaganda, deception, claiming victim status, and the evasion of accountability all in one package.
"Mother of 4 terrorist murderers chosen by the PA to launch statehood campaign,"by Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik for Palestinian Media Watch, September 18:
The Palestinian Authority chose the mother of 4 terrorist murderers, one of whom killed seven Israeli civilians and attempted to killed twelve others, as the person to launch their statehood campaign with the UN. In a widely publicized event, the PA had Latifa Abu Hmeid lead the procession to the UN offices in Ramallah and to hand over a letter for the UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon.
The official PA daily reported that she launched the UN campaign last week, and noted that she is the "mother of seven prisoners and of the Shahid (Martyr) Abd Al-Mun'im Abu Hmeid." However, the paper did not mention that 4 of her imprisoned sons are murderers.
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Good! Let the darn thing start already. The longer we wait the stronger they get and the weaker we are. So let the war start now. Let it be fought to its conclusion. The defenders of Western civilization may die or we may not, but at least we won’t be board. We need the crowd from Monty Python and the Holy Grail to stand at the UN and yell GET ON WITH IT!
Well, she is a “typical palestinian person”, after all...
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