Fatah Publishes Image of Terrorist Marking Map of ‘Palestine’ with Blood

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JERUSALEM – Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah movement published an image of a dying terrorist whose blood marks the borders of “Palestine,” which encompasses the entire State of Israel, Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) reported.

The image, which was published on Fatah’s official Facebook page (see below), was accompanied by the text:

“This is the blood that drew the borders of the State of Palestine”

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The terrorist depicted is Yasmin Al-Zaru Tamimi, a 20-year-old female who was shot when she tried to stab an Israeli soldier near the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron on February 14, 2016.

Tamimi later died of her wounds in an Israeli hospital.

According to PMW, part of the map is her actual blood, while some was added to the photo.

Meanwhile, the PA Presidential Guards posted a similar message on Facebook, linking children to the ideal of spilling one’s blood for “Palestine.”

Under a map of “Palestine” which includes all of Israel, the text reads: “Children of a people like the people of Palestine, which watered the freedom with blood, will undoubtedly be victorious.”

Fatah and the Palestinian Authority are often guilty of promoting the destruction of all of Israel and replacing it with a Palestinian state.

Shabiba Haitham Abu Radwan of Fatah’s youth movement explained on Fatah TV that the movement’s goal and “primary principle is the liberation of Palestine from the [Mediterranean] Sea to the [Jordan] River. This is the principle upon which we have been educated and which was taught to us by the elder, Yasser Arafat.

“For this reason, the young Palestinians began the popular uprising, which still [continues] today with stabbing and car-ramming operations and popular uprising through rock-throwing at every point of confrontation and conflict with the Zionist. … [Fatah’s] goal is the liberation of Palestine and a Palestinian state from the [Mediterranean] Sea to the [Jordan] River with Jerusalem as its capital.”