Palestinians Songs Glorifying Terrorists

Posted by Palestinian Media Watch, this video clip includes two songs that were shared on the official Fatah Facebook page in December, 2014, both of which encourage violence and glorify terrorists. All of the pictures in the video feature Palestinian terrorists who were killed during the Second Intifada, many during suicide attacks. For a detailed description of each of the terrorists and attacks featured in the video, including the first female suicide bomber, who blew herself up in central Jerusalem, and the terrorist who carried out the Park Hotel suicide bombing at the Passover seder in Netanya, click here. An English translation of the lyrics can be seen on screen and below.

My Weapon Has Emerged‎

Oh, our revolution, my weapon has emerged.
There is no force in the world that can remove the weapon from my hand.
From my wounds, my weapon has emerged.
Oh, our revolution, my weapon has emerged.
There is no force in the world that can remove the weapon from my hand…
He who offers his blood doesn’t care if his blood flows upon the ground
As the weapon of the revolution is in my hand, so my presence will be forced [upon Israel]…”

Load the Machine Gun

Load the assault rifle and hold it tight
The Palestinian nation pulled the trigger
The sun of the homeland rises over precious blood
It glows on young men who protect their homeland with their triggers…
Ihab [Abu Ja’far], the brigades’ chief, commander and knight
Ayman Kadu wrote the message with his blood:
‘Take some more of my blood for the homeland’s sake…’
The paths of glory are written on rifles
Amer Kasrawi made the enemy terrified of us
Basel Al-Mahdi and Abu Samara, O Arabs, were candles that lit the night of Martyrdom…
The blood gushed like a waterfall from the soil of my land
Martyrs and rebels [were killed] in a car
The lamp of truth is the rifle of the Al-Aqsa [Martyrs’] Brigades
We declared [our] sovereignty on the soil of Jenin.

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