Fatah honors murderer of father of 6 as “young lion”
Abbas' Fatah Movement was quick to honor as a "Martyr" Ahmed Nasr Jarrar who led the group of terrorists who shot and murdered Rabbi Raziel Shevach, father of 6, in a drive-by shooting last month. The terrorist was killed by Israeli soldiers yesterday while resisting arrest. Fatah posted the picture of Jarrar with his father, calling him the "young lion":
The image shows terrorist Ahmed Nasr Jarrar (left) and his father, terrorist Nasr Jarrar, who is holding an assault rifle. The father was a Hamas terrorist who planned two attacks in central Israel - a double suicide bombing in the Sheba Hospital and a truck bombing in a multi-story building - attacks that were thwarted when he was killed and other members of his terror cell were caught by Israeli soldiers in 2002.
After the attack, Palestinian Media Watch documented that Fatah celebrated that "a settler was killed." Fatah also uploaded a graphic image (see below) of the body of the dead terrorist Jarrar with weapons beside him, honoring him for "facing" the Israeli soldiers rather than running away:
Posted text: "'He faced forward and did not turn his back'
Fatah also posted the video footage of the Israeli Arab terrorist Abd Al-Hakim Adel murdering Rabbi Itamar Ben-Gal, the 29 year old father of 4, yesterday, calling the terror attack an "operation."
Fatah also uploaded a photo in which both recent Israeli murder victims are seen together with friends. The victims are marked in red circles - Rabbi Itamar Ben-Gal and to the right of him, Rabbi Raziel Shevach. Fatah added the text:
WARNING: The following is the graphic photo of the body of terrorist Ahmed Nasr Jarrar, posted by Fatah:
The image below was posted by Fatah and shows the body of terrorist Ahmed Jarrar, who was killed yesterday by Israeli soldiers. Jarrar's body is seen shortly after he was killed while resisting arrest. [Official Fatah Facebook page, Feb. 6, 2018]
Ahmed Nasr Jarrar - Palestinian terrorist who led the terror cell that murdered Rabbi Raziel Shevach in a drive-by shooting on Jan. 9, 2018, near Havat Gilad, in the Nablus area. Jarrar was shot and killed during an exchange of gunfire with Israeli soldiers while resisting arrest near Jenin on Feb. 6, 2018.