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What the Guardian won’t report: Freed Palestinian terrorist implores Gaza children to follow her example


Per Ynet, a would-be Palestinian suicide bomber freed by Israel in the prisoner swap for Gilad Shalit told cheering schoolchildren in Gaza the day after her release on Wednesday she hoped they would follow her example.

“I hope you will walk the same path we took and God willing, we will see some of you as martyrs,” Wafa al-Biss told dozens of children who came to her home in the northern Gaza Strip.

Freed terrorist, turned children's motivational speaker in support of Jihad, Wafa al-Biss, with her mother

Biss was travelling to Beersheba’s Soroka hospital for medical treatment in 2005 when IDF soldiers at the Erez border crossing noticed she was walking strangely. They found 10 kgs (22 lbs) of explosives had been sewn into her underwear.

A member of al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, an offshoot of President Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah party, Biss was sentenced to a 12-year term for planning to blow herself up.

After she spoke, the children cheered and waved Palestinian flags and chanted: “We will give souls and blood to redeem the prisoners. We will give souls and blood for you, Palestine.”

Perhaps the only thing more certain than the fact that Palestinian terrorists released in the deal to free Gilad Shalit will continue on the path of Jihad, and implore others to follow in their example, is the fact that you will never read about such immutable malice towards innocent Israelis on the pages of the Guardian. 

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  1. Just to put it into everyday language.

    “I hope to see you dead.”

    Now, any normal mother hearing that her child has been told this would go and deal with this mad woman. But not among the Palestinians, oh no. This is a career offer

    • This woman, like the rest of the terrorists, should have been found guilty, taken out, put against a wall, and shot. I don’t believe in the death penalty for criminals as it is too easy to make a mistake and put to death an innocent person.

      With terrorists, that does not happen. None of these monsters is innocent on any level. I, personally, would offer to be on the firing squad, but I don’t know how to shoot a gun. (I suppose I could learn, really.) I would be happy, however, to pay for the bullets, however many they might need.

      • I’m not entirely happy about the death penalty or just putting them against a wall. Coincidentally, I was reading up this evening on an event which I remember all too well, as I was living in the UK at the time: Operation Flavius.

        Whilst at first, it looks like three IRA terrorists got what was coming to them, it appears sure and certain that in fact the operation wasn’t carried out by the SAS at all, but by loyalist paramilitaries (probably the UDA) who were given a ‘freebie’ by Thatcher’s government, to get their own back on the Catholics who during that period known as ‘The Troubles’ had been shooting and bombing their way onto the front pages of the newspapers (I recall as a young boy and a teenager in the sixties and seventies that it was literally – or seemed to be – a daily occurrence on the radio or television news that a British soldier was shot). As far as I’m concerned, the three IRA people knew they were outnumbered and outgunned, and were surrendering. But they were shot anyway.

        All well and good, you might say, and what’s sure is that Danny McCann, Seán Savage and Mairéad Farrell didn’t let off any bombs after they were filled with lead and left in pools of blood on the street. But try as I might, I really am uncomfortable with summary justice. I just can’t do it.

        Of course, if genuine attempts are made to arrest these people and they resist, well …. the gloves are off.

        • yitzhakineretzyiz, one cannot make an omelette without breaking eggs.

          for example, not bombing the concentration camps spared lives yet cost more.

          similarly, executing terrorists may cost the lives of innocents, but not doing so may cost yet more lives.

  2. “Perhaps the only thing more certain than the fact that Palestinian terrorists released in the deal to free Gilad Shalit will continue on the path of Jihad, and implore others to follow in their example, is the fact that you will never read about such immutable malice towards innocent Israelis on the pages of the Guardian.”

    Why doesn’t Adam read the Guardian before writing these ‘What the Guardian won’t report’ stories? Here is a very similar account of a freed Palestinian prisoner vowing to to return to violence from Chris McGreal on Wednesday:
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/oct/19/palestinians-killed-cause-changed-battlefield?INTCMP=SRCH
    The prisoner, Wafa al-Bess, is quoted as saying “(I’m) ready to strap on a bomb belt again, I do not regret what I did,”

  3. sencar even according to your standards it seems extremely stupid to compare the assertion that she would do it again to inciting little children become suicide bombers. But don’t worry nobody here expected this level of understanding from you and nobody expects the Guardian to report it -they are busy publishing anti-semitic slurs from Deborah Orr.

  4. sencar

    “Why doesn’t Adam read the Guardian before writing these ‘What the Guardian won’t report’ stories? Here is a very similar account of a freed Palestinian prisoner vowing to to return to violence”

    They are not reported with the contempt that good men and women would find difficult to mask when confronting evil men and women. Instead of reporting that the vile al-Biss was on her way to destroy staff at the hospital treating her, the journalist implied that the check point at which she was discovered was her target and a military one, thereby conferring some degree of moral rectitude upon her.

  5. Adam

    “…… Biss was sentenced to a 12-year term for planning to blow herself up……”

    That’s all? Twelve years for the attempted murder of perhaps dozens? How about life without the chance for parole?

  6. Bring in capital punishment summary executions and targeted killings for these murderous low lives……….

  7. They’re not giving blood ‘for Palestine’. They’re giving blood for Islam, and more accurately, to ‘cleanse’ the Jewish presence from the Middle East. As I have been saying for almost twenty years now, it’s not about land.

    • Absolutely right. These invaders have no attachment to the land because they are from somewhere else. They have no historical or emotional investment in Israel EXCEPT that they covet that which belongs to another. They are like children who see another child with a toy which they had rejected – all of a sudden it becomes valuable. And then when they get it, it all of a sudden has no meaning.

      If the Arabs were allowed to invade Israel again and drive out the indigenous people, how many of them would stay, after they had wrecked the place and stolen everything which wasn’t nailed down? The mosque on top of Temple Mount about which they now make such a fuss was a neglected backwater until the Arabs realized that Temple Mount was precious to the Jews. If we were not there they wouldn’t bother with the place.

  8. Just in case anyone forgot what the original incident looked like, and what her comments were at the time: