Palestinian Authority (PA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas may have claimed to Israeli TV two weeks ago that he "extends his hand in peace," but his Fatah movement made clear that terror remains its true goal.
Fatah just this week and two weeks ago took to its official Facebook page to glorify two female Fatah-member suicide bombers, who between them murdered eight Israelis and wounded over 100 others back in 2002, as reported by Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) on Thursday which translated and revealed the posts.
Hailing one as a "hero" and the other as a "bride of Palestine" on the anniversary of their attacks, Fatah ended both posts with the phrase: "glory and eternity to our righteous Martyrs."
One of those honored was Ayyat Al-Akhras, who at the age of 17 was the youngest female Palestinian suicide bomber. On March 29, 2002, she detonated near a Jerusalem supermarket, murdering two victims and wounding another 28.
The other terrorist honored by Fatah was Andalib Takatka, who targeted Jerusalem's bustling Jaffa Road on April 12, 2002.
Her suicide bombing attack murdered six, and wounded over 80 others.
The post for Takatka called her a "hero," while Al-Akhras was hailed as being "the bride of Palestine."