This is Wafa Idris, the first female Palestinian suicide bomber, who detonated her backpack with a 22-pound bomb on January 28, 2002, killed an 80-year old Israeli Pinhas Tokatli and injured over 150 more.
Fatah celebrates Idris as a heroine, and the world continues to ignore the daily incitement and glorification of terror done by the "moderate" Palestinians.
Yesterday's New York Times had an op-ed celebrating the "non-violent resistance" of Palestinian activists, but of course no one asks these "non-violent" people if they support people like Wafa Idris or condemn her. Their answers wouldn't fit in with the image that the writers want to portray, and stories like this one of how Fatah explicitly celebrates the murder of an 81-year old amateur painter who was returning from buying supplies are simply not reported.
UPDATE: The official Palestinian Authority news agency Wafa has an article about the role of women in Palestinian society that mentions Idris (along with other female terrorists) as shining examples for women to follow. This is the voice of the PA, mirroring that of Fatah.