Let's get better acquainted with some of these Palestinian savages who have recently been released from Israeli prisons in exchange for Gilad Shalit's release.
From Israel Matzav:
"Here's a video about some of the 'Palestinian heroes' who were released as part of the terrorists for Gilad trade on Tuesday.
Let's go to the videotape (Hat Tip: The Beguiling Avigayil - daughter #1, child #1). A transcript follows and I will have a comment after that.
The Palestinians are celebrating!
They are getting 1027 of their heroes in a prisoners swap.
Who are these heroes? Who are these brave 'freedom fighters' and why were they in prison for the first place?
was sentenced to 36 life imprisonments for taking the lives of 36 people in 2002 in three separate terrorist attacks at the "Moment" bar in Jerusalem, at a students' restaurant in the Hebrew University and a night club in Rishon Le-Tzion city. All of his victims were innocent civilians, many of them teenagers.
Anjas spent 8 years in jail before being released. The Judge wrote in his verdict that 'whoever puts all of his efforts in taking the lives of women, men and children with no compassion, does not deserve to be among human beings'.
was sentenced to 16 life imprisonments, after killing 16 bus passengers by high jacking the bus and driving it off a cliff on July 1989.
was sentenced to 17 years in prison for his responsibility for the massacres that took place between 2001 and 2002 at the Tel Aviv Dolphinarium night club, at the Sbarro pizzeria in Jerusalem, at the Matza Restaurant in Haifa and at the Park Hotel in Netanya (during the Passover celebration), killing entire families.
was sentenced for 16 life imprisonments for her responsibility to the murder of 16 people, among them children and babies at the Sbarro pizzeria in Jerusalem in August 2001. In 2006 she claimed she would have murdered again if had the chance.
was sentenced for life imprisonment after using an Internet chat to tempt 16-year-old Ofir Rahum to come from Ashkelon to Ramallah, where he was ambushed and shot to death (January 2001).
was sentenced to 40 years in prison for brutally murdering two Israeli reserve soldiers who on 2000 got lost on their way and accidently arrived in Ramallah. Zalha became famous worldwide when he waved his bloody hands through the window of the building where the murder took place. In his verdict the Judges stated, that this incident revealed human nature in its lowest form. Neither a glimpse of compassion, a bit of humaneness, nor a trace of mercy could be found that day in Ramallah.
Each one of them will be welcomed with ceremonies, flowers, celebrations... Streets will be named after them... These are the Palestinian heroes...
Note that it's not just Ismail Haniyeh and Hamas who are celebrating the terrorists' release. The first celebration was being run by 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen)."