On March 8th, International Women's Day, Palestinian Authority Television aired an interview with PLO Cental Committee member Amal Hamad. Lauding Palestinian women for being role models of sacrifice, Amal specifically mentioned:

Dalal Mughrabi (who particpated in The Coastal Road Massacre of 1978, which killed 38 Israeli civilians, including 13 children);

Wafa Idris, the first Palestinian female to commit a suicide bombing (January 2002); and

Reem al-Riyashi, a mother of two who commited a suicide bombing in January 2004.

WATCH THE CLIP

On March 10th ISIS released a video of a child, who appears to be around ten years old, fatally shooting a former fighter in its ranks, 19-year old Israeli Arab Muhammad Said Ismail Musallam. Although the prisoner confesses in the video to being a Mossad agent, others believe he was executed simply because he tried to leave ISIS.

READ MORE

Abu Mazen's Fatah organization, as well as his important advisers, have publicly lauded the perpetrator of the recent vehicular terror attack in Jerusalem which killed two people, including a three-month old infant.

Fatah published a poster in which it calls the murderer, Abdel Rahman al-Shalodi, a "hero and martyr." The same language was used on official website of the Palestinian Authtority (see the website post).

Sultan Abu Al-Einein, an advisor to Abu Mazen, used his Facebook page to call a-Shalodi "a heroic martyr." Last year, after Al-Einein praised the stabbing murder of Evyatar Borovsky, five members of the U.S. Congress asked Abu Mazen to condemn the statements and fire his advisor. Abu Mazen refused.

Chief Palestinian Negtiator Saeb Erekat, while criticizing Netanyahu's linkage of the vehiuclar terror attack to Palestinian incitement, implied that the murder was justified because of Israeli sovereignty in East Jerusalem: “We regret all loss of life. At the same time we reiterate that the Israeli occupation of Palestine remains the main source of violence and instability in the region.”

Read More:

The Jerusalem Post

Palestinian Media Watch

A paper published in 2012 in the Journal of Palestine Studies wrote that at least 160 children had been killed building tunnels in Gaza. The Journal attributes the casualty figure to Hamas officials.

Read the article in the Jerusalem Post