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PA news agency calls teenager murdered in terror attack a "settler"

WAFA, official PA news agency  |

The following excerptswere published in four separate articles in the English edition of WAFA, the official PA news agency, in which Rina Schnerb, a 17-year-old resident of Lod  (a town in Israel within the 1949 Armistice lines), who was murdered in a terror attack, was described as a "settler":

"The Israeli army  had also set up roadblocks on different roads in the West Bank following an attack earlier in the day against settlers near Ramallah in which one settler was killed and two others injured and attacked the P. " (error in source - Ed.)

[WAFA, English edition, Official PA news agency, Aug. 23, 2019]

"Israeli forces today sealed off main roads leading to the western Ramallah district in the West Bank following a suspected attack that resulted in the killing of a settler, confirmed local sources."

[WAFA, English edition, Official PA news agency, Aug. 23, 2019]

"The explosion near Ramallah that killed an Israeli settler and injured two others as well as revenge acts by the settlers against the civilian Palestinian population in the occupied territory were highlighted on the front page of the three Palestinian Arabic dailies today."

[WAFA, English edition, Official PA news agency, Aug. 24, 2019]

"The arrests and seizure of the cameras are believed related to the Israeli army investigation into the explosion from yesterday near the village of Ein Arik that killed one Israeli settler and injured two others."

[WAFA, English edition, Official PA news agency, Aug. 24, 2019]

Dolev attack – 17-year-old Rina Shnerb was murdered, and her father and brother wounded, when when Palestinian terrorists used a remote detonator to activate a bomb next to them as they visited the Danny Spring near the town of Dolev north of Ramallah on Aug. 23, 2019. Three terrorists who committed the attack were caught on Aug. 26, 2019.

 


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