PA Terrorist Abu Ali Iyad. (YouTube Screenshot)

Can a culture that glorifies terrorism ever serve as an honest partner for peace?

Abu Ali Iyad was a Palestinian terrorist appointed head of Fatah military operations in 1966 and responsible for several deadly terror attacks.

He was killed in 1971 in Jordan when the Jordanian army forced members of the Fatah terrorist movement – now a political party led by PA President Mahmoud Abbas – out of the country.

On official Palestinian Authority TV, the newsreader lauded the terrorist on the anniversary of his death as a “martyr’ and “the hero of the mountain.”