Friday, November 04, 2022

On Wednesday, terrorist Fatima Bernawi died in Egypt.

She was a celebrity for Palestinians because she was one of the earliest terrorists. In October 1967 Berawi placed a bomb at the Zion Cinema in (west) Jerusalem. The bomb, thankfully, didn't explode. Israeli police arrested her and she claims, ludicrously, that she was arrested because of her skin color - not because she placed a bomb in a movie theatre.

She stayed in prison for ten years before being released in a prisoner swap. 

This is a Palestinian hero.

Mahmoud Abbas mourned what he called "the great national fighter Fatima Al-Bernawi, the first captive of the contemporary Palestinian revolution." He had awarded her the Military Star of Honor Medal in 2005.

She was one of the many Palestinians whose parents came from elsewhere. Her father was Nigerian (and was a terrorist during the 1936-9 revolt) and her mother was Jordanian. And she lived her last few years in Egypt.

But her attempt to murder Jews in a movie theater makes her forever a Palestinian heroine.

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