Teams named after mass murderers participated in volleyball championship in Bureij refugee camp
Headline: “The prisoner Abdallah Barghouti team won The Prisoners – Oath and Promise Championship in the Bureij refugee camp”
“The Prisoner Abdallah Barghouti team (i.e., Barghouti was a terrorist, involved in murder of 67) won The Prisoners – Oath and Promise Volleyball Championship, after winning the final match against the Prisoner Hassan Salameh team (i.e., Salameh was a terrorist, involved in murder of 46) at a score of 2-1, which was held in the Late Khalaf Al-Ajla Hall in the Bureij refugee camp, under the auspices of the Bureij Camp Sports Committee and in partnership with the Bureij Youth Club.”
The article includes a picture from the championship, in which a number of players are seen holding a poster.
Text on poster: “The Bureij Camp Sports Committee
and the Bureij Youth Sports Club
bless the sports teams participating in The Prisoners – Oath and Promise Championship
Ramadan 1440 since the Hijra (i.e., the journey of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad and his followers from Mecca to Medina in 622 C.E.), 2019”
Abdallah Barghouti - Palestinian terrorist who prepared explosives for terror attacks in which 67 people were murdered: Sbarro restaurant in Jerusalem, Aug. 9, 2001 - 15 murdered; triple attack at Ben Yehuda pedestrian mall, Jerusalem, Dec. 1, 2001 - 11 murdered; Moment Café, Jerusalem, March 9, 2002 - 11 murdered; Sheffield Club, Rishon LeZion, May 7, 2002 - 15 murdered; Hebrew University, Jerusalem, July 31, 2002 - 9 murdered; Bus 4 in Tel Aviv, Sept. 19, 2002 - 6 murdered. Barghouti is serving 67 life sentences.
Hassan Salameh – Hamas terrorist who is serving 46 life sentences for heading the terror infrastructure that carried out 2 suicide bombings on no. 18 buses in Jerusalem (first attack on Feb. 25, 1996, second attack on March 3, 1996), and the suicide bombing at the Ashkelon Junction hitchhike point (Feb. 25, 1996). 46 people were murdered in the attacks and around 100 were wounded.