Presidential grant of electric wheelchair awarded to mother of terrorist who murdered 5
Headline: "Presidential grant to the mother of the most veteran of the Jericho prisoners Mahmoud Abu Kharabish"
"[District] Governor of Jericho and the Jordan Valley Jihad Abu Al-Asal and the head of humanitarian aid in the [PA] Presidential Office Raeda Al-Fares awarded a presidential grant in the form of an electric wheel chair to the mother of prisoner Mahmoud Abu Kharabish (i.e., terrorist, murdered 5 together with accomplices).
Abu Al-Asal and Al-Fares conveyed [PA] President Mahmoud Abbas’ blessings and wishes for good health to the prisoner's mother. They also emphasized his concern [for the prisoners and] that he follows the prisoners’ issues and affairs daily. [They emphasized] the leadership’s determination and activity in all ways to get the prisoners of freedom out from the occupation's prisons, and also that the prisoners, wounded, and Martyrs are considered a red line in everything regarding living with dignity, care, and concern.
It should be noted that prisoner Abu Kharabish is the most veteran of the Jericho and Jordan Valley District prisoners; he has been imprisoned since the end of the 1980s, and is serving life in prison."
Jum'a Adam, Ahmad Takrouri, and Mahmoud Abu Kharabish - Palestinian terrorists who threw a Molotov cocktail at an Israeli bus in Jericho in 1988, murdering a mother and her 3 children, as well as an Israeli soldier who tried to rescue them. All 3 terrorists were sentenced to life sentences. Takrouri was released in the Shalit prisoner exchange deal in 2011. Adam and Kharabish were scheduled to be released in 2014 in an Israeli gesture as part of peace talks, but the release was cancelled.