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PA daily writes sympathetically about terrorist that stabbed an Israeli to death, accuses Israel of “inhumane” treatment

Headline: “The shooting and wounding of the boy Khalil Jabarin, and his arrest claiming that he killed a settler next to ‘Etzion’ – settlers rioted and damaged residents’ cars on the roads between Nablus and Bethlehem”
    “The [PLO] Commission of Prisoners’ Affairs announced last night [Sept. 16, 2018] that the medical condition of the wounded prisoner – the boy Khalil Jabarin (16) (i.e., terrorist, murdered 1) from the city of Yatta in the Hebron district – has stabilized.
The Commission announced that the boy Jabarin is now lying in the Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, and the Commission’s lawyer, Karim Ajoun, has succeeded in visiting him, and the staff that is treating [Jabarin] let [Ajoun] know that his condition is stable, and that he was wounded by a number of bullets in [different] parts of his body.
The Commission held the Israeli occupation fully responsible for the life of the boy Jabarin, particularly since he is lying in the hospital bed while his hands and legs are bound, and there is inhuman treatment by the occupation’s soldiers and policemen, who are guarding him closely.
It should be noted that the boy Jabarin was wounded by a number of bullets fired by the occupation’s soldiers (sic., by two Israeli civilians, one of whom Jabarin had just stabbed and critically wounded) next to the ‘[Gush] Etzion’ Junction, and this was after he stabbed a settler according to the Israeli occupation’s version. He was left bleeding on the ground for more than 20 minutes, and then was transferred to the hospital. Jabarin is an 11th grade student in a science study track.”

Khalil Jabarin - 16-year-old Palestinian terrorist who stabbed and murdered 45-year-old Israeli American civilian Ari Fuld, a father of four, in a supermarket parking lot at Gush Etzion Junction, south of Jerusalem, on Sept. 16, 2018. Before succumbing to his wounds Fuld, together with another civilian at the scene, shot and wounded Jabarin, leading to his capture.