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Fatah celebrates funerals of "heroic Martyrs" after terrorists’ bodies transferred by Israel to the PA

Fatah North Hebron Branch Secretary Hani Ja’ara:
"Today, the masses of Halhoul and the Fatah Movement bid farewell to their heroic Martyr Hamza Zamaarah (i.e., terrorist, stabbed 1), in a popular mass procession expressing loyalty to this Martyr..."
Official PA TV reporter: "Martyr Zamaarah who ascended [to Heaven] 10 days ago... was shot by the occupation soldiers on the pretext that he attempted to stab a settler... The occupation held him in the [morgue] freezers. Here he is today accompanied to his final resting place in a funeral befitting a Martyr... The members of our people say farewell to another Martyr [who died] defending our just cause and protecting our holy sites from the occupation’s policies. In an atmosphere of sadness and grief, masses of our people accompanied the body of 37-year-old Martyr Nimr Al-Jamal (i.e., terrorist, murdered 3) to his final resting place… Martyr Nimr Al-Jamal ascended [to Heaven] on Sept. 26, [2017] while carrying out an operation (i.e., terror attack) at the entrance to the settlement called Har Adar, during which 3 occupation army soldiers were killed. Since then his body was kept [by Israel], until he returned today borne on his friends' shoulders to embrace his town's soil and join the processions of Martyrs."
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A Martyr's funeral is considered a wedding to the 72 Virgins in Paradise in Islam.

Hamza Zamaarah – Palestinian terrorist who stabbed and wounded an Israeli security guard at the entrance to Karmei Tzur near Hebron on Feb. 7, 2018. Zamaarah was shot and killed during the attack by another security guard.

Nimr Mahmoud Ahmed Al-Jamal - Palestinian terrorist who shot and murdered an Israeli border police officer and 2 security guards and wounded another Israeli at the entrance to Har Adar, northwest of Jerusalem, on Sept. 26, 2017. Al-Jamal was shot and killed during the attack by other border police officers.

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