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Article in PA daily positively portrays terrorist who planned suicide bombing that killed 23
Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida - May 1, 2017
 






Headline: "2,327 years waiting!!"
      "Imagine a man who was sentenced to 2,327 years of imprisonment. If we go back in time to discover the meaning of this number, we find that before such a period of time, humanity was still at the beginning of its path. It could be that people still lived in caves and on tree tops while naked, and had not yet discovered fire (sic., fire had been discovered long before then).
Majdi Barakat Abd Al-Ghaffar Za’atari (i.e., terrorist, planned suicide bombing in which 23 were murdered) from the Wadi Al-Joz neighborhood of Jerusalem was born on Aug. 7, 1978, and was arrested on Sept. 12, 2003. He was convicted of participating in transporting Martyrdom-seeker Raed Misk (i.e., suicide bomber) from Hebron, who carried out the operation in Jerusalem on Aug. 19, 2003, in which 24 (sic., 23) Israelis were killed.
When the first Intifada (i.e., Palestinian wave of violence and terror against Israel, 1987-1993) broke out, he participated in processions and confrontations at the Al-Aqsa Mosque and in the Old City [of Jerusalem]. He said: 'Due to my activity in the resistance to the occupation and in processions I was arrested while I was still in school, in 6th grade. They did not take into consideration that I was a boy and I was sentenced to 12 months of imprisonment. Inside the prison, the love for the homeland and Jerusalem and my [sense of] belonging to Palestine took root. When I got out the first Intifada was still at its height and I joined the ranks of the Fatah Movement.' …
He also said: 'We are always living the memories of those periods in which we challenged the occupation and succeeded in building small groups and an organizational base that constituted the spearhead of the resistance to the occupation, so that Fatah would lead the battle against the occupation before and after the Al-Aqsa Intifada (i.e., PA terror campaign 2000-2005). Thanks to [this spearhead], the spirit of resolve, resistance, and the defense of Jerusalem – the eternal capital of Palestine - were strengthened. Therefore, I hope that the [Fatah] Movement will return to the way it was, fulfill its role, and do its duty in these difficult days, as Jerusalem is in danger and must be defended and saved from the occupation's plans.'
He was sentenced to 23 life sentences and an additional 50 years, and is considered one of the Fatah activists in the prisons. More than once he was punished and put in solitary confinement for his resistance activity within the prison and due to his heroic positions that support the prisoners' rights."

Majdi Za'atri – Palestinian terrorist and Hamas member who participated in the planning of the suicide bombing on the no. 2 bus in Jerusalem on Aug. 19, 2003, in which 23 were murdered, including children and babies. He also transported suicide bomber Raed Misk to the bus stop where he boarded the bus. Za'atri is serving 23 life sentences and an additional 23 years.

Raed Misk – Palestinian terrorist and Hamas member who carried out a suicide bombing on bus no. 2 in Jerusalem on Aug. 19, 2003, in which 23 were murdered, including children and babies.

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