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Palestinians: Murderer of Father of Five Is a ‘Hero’

Posted By Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik On May 1, 2013 @ 12:03 am In Daily Mailer,FrontPage | 23 Comments

Reprinted from Palestinian Media Watch.

Recently, an Israeli father of five Evyatar Borovsky was stabbed to death by a Palestinian terrorist at the Tapuach Junction, north east of the Israeli city Ariel and south of the Palestinian city Nablus in the West Bank.

Fatah’s Facebook page is celebrating the murder and glorifying the murderer. Pictures of the terrorist and the victim were posted by Fatah’s Facebook administrator and the text calls the murderer: “The hero, the released prisoner, Salam Al-Zaghal.”

The following are the texts and pictures from Fatah’s Facebook page celebrating the murder:

Fatah’s Facebook page administrator:

“A picture of the settler who was killed today at the Al-Za’atara military checkpoint, in south Nablus, by the hero, the released prisoner, Salam As’ad Al-Zaghal from Tulkarem.”

 

 

 

 

 

Fatah’s Facebook page administrator:

“The youth Salam Al-Zaghal who stabbed the settler at the Al-Za’atara military checkpoint comes from the village of Shweika located in the Tulkarem District. He is a released prisoner who sat in the occupation’s prisons for 4 years.”

Caption on picture:

“Salam Al-Zaghal who stabbed the settler at the Al-Za’atara checkpoint is a released prisoner who sat in the occupation’s prisons for 4 years.”

Caption on picture:

“Peace upon you, on the day of your birth, on the day of your arrest, and on the day you will go free”

All the above pictures appear on the “main page” of the Facebook of “The Recruitment and Organization Commission” of Fatah.

Glorifying terrorist murderers is official Palestinian Authority policy.


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