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PA Breaches of the Oslo Accords

Palestinian Authority will pay more to today’s Martyr for slaying than it will to October 7 terrorists


The article explores how the Palestinian Authority honors terrorists, detailing the celebration of the terrorist behind the 1978 Coastal Road massacre. It highlights the PA's glorification of violence, undermining peace efforts.

The article discusses the Palestinian Authority's celebration of Dalal Mughrabi, who led the 1978 Coastal Road massacre, resulting in the death of 37 Israelis. The PA commemorates Mughrabi as a hero through various initiatives, including naming public places and events after her. This glorification of violence is part of the broader pattern of honoring terrorists, which undermines peace efforts and fosters a culture of martyrdom and hostility.

The article highlights how the PA's actions contrast with international calls for peace and reconciliation. By continuing to celebrate individuals responsible for terrorist attacks, the PA sends a message that violence against Israelis is commendable. This practice poses significant obstacles to achieving lasting peace and stability in the region, as it perpetuates animosity and hinders constructive dialogue between the conflicting parties.


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