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The Culture of Palestinian Shaheeds: On the anniversary of Fatah’s founding, the movement’s official Facebook page commemorated five female Fatah terrorists involved in deadly suicide bombing and “self-sacrifice” attacks.

January 1, 2018, marks the 53rd anniversary of the founding of the Fatah movement Especially prominent on Fatah's homepage are posts glorifying the role of Palestinian women, dedicated to five suicide bombers and "self-sacrifice" terrorists who carried out attacks killing and wounding many Israelis.

The Palestinian shaheed culture and its Influence on terrorism: a stabbing attack in the central bus station in Jerusalem as a case study.

Interrogation of the terrorist revealed he had been influenced to carry out the attack by incitement on the social networks after Trump's declaration of American recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The interrogation also revealed that before the attack he wrote a "will" in which he quoted texts from Palestinian Authority (PA) textbooks (Israel Security Agency information, December 28, 2017).

News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (June 8 – 14, 2016)

On June 8, 2016, two Palestinians terrorists carried out a shooting attack in a restaurant in a popular shopping and entertainment complex in the heart of Tel Aviv. In accordance with instructions from the political leadership, the Israeli security forces razed the house in Yatta of the Palestinian terrorist who murdered Dafna Meir on her

Albums and school notebooks imbued with messages of admiration for Palestinian martyrs (shahids), portraying them as role models to be emulated

   Abstract Children and teenagers, who are often used as cannon fodder by the Palestinian terrorist organizations, are brought up in an environment instilling in them deep-rooted hatred and indoctrinating them with the “armed struggle consensus” against Israel. Part of this consensus is the portrayal of martyrs (shahids), including suicide bombers who perpetrated acts of

Spotlight on Global Jihad (May 11-17, 2023)

This week, ISIS’s activity around the world has moderately increased. The hotspots of activity were in Syria, Iraq, and Africa. Syria: In Damascus, ISIS operatives detonated an IED against a police car. Three policemen were killed. Iraq: ISIS carried out four attacks this week, killing six members of the Iraqi security forces. Nigeria: ISIS continued its intensive activity against targets of the Nigerian army and the forces of the African Coalition (MNJTF). Democratic Republic of the Congo: ISIS continued its activity against Christian residents near the border with Uganda. Burkina Faso: Militants, apparently Al-Qaeda or ISIS operatives, killed at least 33 civilians and set their property on fire. Somalia: Al-Qaeda-affiliated Al-Shabaab executed dozens of ISIS operatives detained by it.

Spotlight on Global Jihad (March 9-15, 2023)

This week, the center of ISIS activity was in Afghanistan, Syria, Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In the other areas, there was relatively little activity. In Afghanistan An ISIS operative wearing an explosive belt blew himself up at the headquarters of the Balkh province, killing the province governor and two other civilians. In The Democratic Republic of the Congo ISIS operatives killed dozens of Christian citizens in several villages near the border with Uganda. In Nigeria: Dozens of terrorist operatives, apparently from ISIS, attacked and killed 36 fishermen.