Editor’s note: Below is the latest profile of Frontpage’s new series, “Voices of Palestine,” which will illuminate the core beliefs, in their own words, of leading figures in the Palestinian death cult. Click the following to view the profiles of Ahmad Bahr, Mahmoud al-Zahar, Ibrahim Mudayris, Yasser Ghalban, Haj Amin al-Husseini, Wafa al-Bis, Mahmoud Abbas, Ahlam Tamimi, Yassir Arafat (Part I and Part II) and Abdallah Jarbu.
On September 1, 2010, armed gunmen from the Ezzedeen Al Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Islamist Palestinian terror group Hamas, opened fire on a car carrying Jewish settlers near the Israeli city of Hebron, killing its four occupants, one of whom was a pregnant woman.
The terrorists, calling the attack an “heroic operation,” said the shooting was “a chain in a series of attacks, some have been executed, and others will follow.” True to its word, the armed killers struck the next day, opening up fire on another car filled with Jewish passengers near the city of Ramallah.
While failing to kill the occupants in that car, the militants nevertheless boasted about the near miss on their website, calling it “a new heroic operation against hateful Zionist settlers in the West Bank.”
So, in order to celebrate the courageous act of shooting unarmed, defenseless people, a pep rally in the form of a religious sermon was delivered days later by Sheik Ismail Aal Radhwan, a Hamas preacher, senior legislator and organizational spokesman.
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