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Jenin municipality reinstates monument to terrorist who killed 31

Headline: “The Jenin Municipality reinstated the Martyr Khaled Nazzal monument”
    “The Jenin Municipality on Saturday morning [June 24, 2017] reinstated the Martyr (Shahid) Khaled Nazzal monument (i.e., terrorist, responsible for murder of 31) to Haifa Street in the center of the city, and this was after it was destroyed two days ago. Martyr [Nazzal’s] wife, Rima Nazzal, said that the Jenin Municipality changed its mind on the removal of the Martyr Khaled monument and returned it to its place. This was after a large meeting with the Nazzal family at the town of Qabatiya, in the presence of a senior official of the Democratic Front [for the Liberation of Palestine] in the village. She [Rima Nazzal] emphasized that the public and social activity played a large part in the pressure on the Jenin Municipality to change its mind on removing the monument, ‘because the Martyrs’ dignity and the heritage of their struggle is a red line that must not be crossed by anyone.’”
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Pictures on the Facebook page of the independent Palestinian news website Quds show the reinstated monument.


Text on post (right image): “#Pictures, after popular pressure and [pressure] from the factions, the Jenin Municipality reinstated the Martyr Khaled Nazzal monument to its place in the center of Jenin. The municipality previously removed the monument due to a request from the Israeli occupation.”

An article in the independent Palestinian news website Pelest on June 23, 2017, shows Martyr Khaled Nazzal Square after the removal of the monument, before it was reinstated the following day.


Khaled Nazzal – Palestinian terrorist and Secretary of the Central Committee of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP), and commander of its military branch. He was responsible for terrorists taking school children as hostages and murdering 22 children and 4 adults in Ma’alot (May 15, 1974), the murder of 4 hostages in an apartment building in Beit Shean on Nov. 19, 1974, and a shooting and grenade attack in central Jerusalem in which 1 was murdered and 47 others were wounded on April 2, 1984.




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