These are the animals that Israel has to deal with: Palestinian Media Heroine - She Helped Kill 15 Israelis by ITAMAR MARCUS, NAN JACQUES ZILBERDI Palestinian terrorist does not regret killing 15: I'd do it again said Ahlam Tamimi - YouTube Excerpt of interview with Ahlam Tamimi on Al-Aqsa TV (Hamas): Tamimi: You make a big deal about the Sbarro restaurant (bombing) in which 15 Israelis were killed, but my first operation (i.e., terror attack) was at the King George supermarket (in central Jerusalem). I chose the Sbarro restaurant, but I didn't go in with him (i.e., the terrorist). A few days beforehand, I counted the number of people entering the restaurant, a large number of people would enter this restaurant. Host: What did you talk about with the Martyrdom-seeker on the way (to the suicide attack)? Tamimi: It's impossible to describe him with words. We met only on the day of the operation. The [Hamas] brothers changed his entire appearance. He wasn't bearded. He wore jeans and a hat. It's important to say that I was walking with a spiritual person. Next to him, I sensed a sort of divine aura surrounding us. We looked into each other's eyes. I said to him, "There is no God but Allah," and he said, "and Muhammad is Allah's messenger," and he smiled. Host: We interviewed the parents of the heroic Martyrdom-seeker (i.e., the suicide bomber), Izz A-Din Al-Masri, who blew himself up in the Sbarro restaurant in Jerusalem. Father of suicide bomber: We are proud of Ahlam Tamimi even before our son, by Allah. She fulfilled her obligation and made me proud. We thank Allah and Ahlam Tamimi, who brought him [my son] to this high level. Mother of suicide bomber: My son chose his path and his fate, and we do not regret that. Praise Allah, that is an honor for him. What [higher] level could he have asked for? That is the best level in the eyes of his Lord. Interviewer: Didn't you think about the people who were in the restaurant? The children? The families? Tamimi: "No." Tamimi: "I have no regrets, and no Palestinian prisoner regrets what he or she has done. We were defending ourselves. What are we supposed to regret? Should we regret defending ourselves? Should we regret that the Israelis killed one of us so we killed a different one of them? We have no regrets." Interviewer: Do you know how many children were killed in the restaurant? Tamimi: Three children were killed in the operation, I think. [Smiles.] Interviewer: Eight. Tamimi: Eight?! [Smiles.] Eight.