Palestinian terrorist hijacker to speak about women’s rights in EU parliament

Leila Khaled, a Palestinian woman who was convicted of terrorism and who advocates violence against Israelis today, is slated to speak at the European Parliament about women’s rights. Khaled, who was invited to Brussels to speak Tuesday by lawmakers representing the far-left Izquierda Unida party from Spain, was arrested while carrying two grenades by Israeli sky marshals in 1970 while attempting to hijack an El Al flight from Amsterdam with a partner, whom the security officers killed. British authorities released her in exchange for hostages from another hijacking a month after her arrest.