Thursday, December 31, 2009

"Palestinian" Mothers Express Joy and Satisfaction at son’s Death for Allah

Click here to visit a page on the Palestinian Media Watch site featuring a collection of clips and transcripts of "Palestinian" mothers expressing joy and satisfaction at their sons Shahada (Martyrdom for Allah).

From the page above:

Hamas Lists Mother of Suicide Terrorists as Candidate
In the lead up to the Palestinian parliamentary elections in January 2006, terrorist group Hamas announced that one of its candidates would be Um Nidal, whose only claim to fame was that she proudly sent three of her sons to die for Allah in terrorist attacks against Israeli targets.

The video linked here is a combination of a video that appeared on a Hamas website in late December, and an interview with Um Nidal before and after she sent her son to die in March 2002, on Bethlehem station ANN. The Hamas video reproduces some of the ANN interview.

[ANN, March 2002]
"In a silence filled with tears, with a mother's warm longing, his mother hugged him goodbye at length. Planting the parting kiss on his cheeks before their final parting, ordering him not to return to her except as a shahid.

he last moments of Um Nidal with her son, the youngest Shahada-seeker [the boy was 17-years-old - Ed.]"
Um Nidal: "I gave my son to Jihad for Allah. It is our religious obligation. If I wanted to have compassion for him, or to make him change his mind, it could be wrong, a mistake. I don't want to be guided by my feelings, a mother's feelings. I put them aside for a while for something greater. Although, this is connected to a mother's feelings. Why? Because I love my son and I want to choose the best for him. And the best is not life in this world. For us, there is the Afterlife, the eternal bliss. So if I love my son, I will choose eternal bliss for him."
[Hamas website, December 2005]
"With the participation of women, a mother no longer stops her son when he goes to battle in Jihad operations."
The son to whom Um Nidal referred killed 5 israeli teenagers.