[Al-Ayyam, Oct. 14, 2012]
Hanadi Jaradat was working as a lawyer when she carried out a suicide terrorist attack in a restaurant in Haifa in 2003.
The honorary plaque refers to the day of her suicide bombing as "the sweet anniversary of her Martyrdom":
Dedicated by the Arab Lawyers Union - Palestine Committee
In 2005, suicide terrorist Jaradat was also honored by the Palestinian Authority Ministry of Culture when the ministry produced a poetry collection named after Jaradat entitled "What did Hanadi say," which it distributed with the daily newspaper Al-Ayyam.
Book's dedication: "'To the rose of Palestine, the iris of the Carmel, the Martyr Hanadi Jaradat'"
The poem in Jaradat's honor ends as follows:
According to Islamic tradition male martyrs marry 72 virgins in Paradise. "Hanadi's wedding" seems to be a reference to that tradition, applying it to women as well.