Fatah Facebook Page Shows Mother Placing Suicide Belt on Young Son

October 29, 2012 7:19 pm 10 comments

A screenshot from the Fatah Facebook page.

Palestinian Media Watch has reported on a recent photo posted to the official Facebook page of Fatah’s Information and Culture Commission in Lebanon showing a mother placing a suicide belt on her young son.

Beside it is written an imaginary conversation between the two:

“My mother dressed me in a strange belt (i.e., a suicide belt).
I asked her: ‘What is this, mother?’
She said: ‘I will put it on you and you will go to your death!’
I said to her: ‘Mother, what have I done that you want me to die?’
She shed a tear that hurt my heart and said: ‘The homeland needs you, son. Go and blow up the sons of Zion.’
I said to her: ‘Why me and not you?’
She said: ‘I will stay in order to give birth to more children for the sake of Palestine.’

I kissed her hand and said to her: ‘Keep it up, mother, for you and for Palestine I will kill the impure and the damned.’”

10 Comments

  • This is a perfectly normal posture for totally abnormal people – like Muslims. The need to kill ‘non-believers’ results from a comparative analysis where Muslim come in last in human development. This generates envy, that morphs into hate and finally produces the obsessive need to kill – ‘non-believers’ and ‘believers’ alike. The so-called ‘Arab Spring’ is a perfect example – where Muslims kill Muslims for no other reason except the pleasure of killing.

  • I trust that these children are being escorted into the waiting arms of THE LORD. It is written “Thou wilt shew me the path of life: in Thy presence is fulness of joy; at Thy right hand there are pleasures for evermore.” Psalm 16:11 Please pray that the veil be lifted from the eyes of the parents…that they will no longer be blinded by the deceit of their true enemy, satan…that they will be brought out of the darkness and into HIS marvellous LIGHT!

  • Salomon Mizrahi

    Mabrouk! Mabrouk! for the boy… It´s a kind of Bar-Mitvah in Arab culture!

  • It’s not the first time we see it and it won’t be the last.

  • Gaza is a military base. The way muslims wage war is they build a neighboring city next to the city they are trying to conquer. And eventually the muslim city engulfs the city that they wish to conquer. This is the case with israel thy arabs have built the city and are awaiting to get strong enough to engulf Israel

  • The so called “dialogue” between a “Palestinian mother and son” sounds like pure hokum to me. Palestinians may hate us, and want to kill us. I’m Jewish, love my religion, and hate those who hate us. ( I’m still mad at the Germans for they did to us in WWII.) But this kind of stuff is so far fetched as to be pure nonsense, unbelievable. Just because this is primarily a site for Jewish thought and commentary, it doesn’t have to be so lopsided that it winds up being ridiculous.

    • Except Fatah as alegedly dropped all support of jihad and this goes to show how two-faced their policy actually is. Palestinian (and Arab) leaders have a long history of saying what the West wants to hear in English, and saying what they really want to say in Arabic. While the dialogue may be scripted, the spread of pro-jihad proproganda is a concern for all people, Jewish and Gentile alike.

  • Gilbert A Cruz

    What hells with that people! Kind of sickness or stroke!

  • Child abuse is foundational to the Muslim culture. That is why thousands and thousands of Muslim parents…just like this one…encourage their children to blow themselves up..Muslim child abuse with children encouraged to blow themselves up is just another example of the sociopathology of Islam.

  • this is not even a animal

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