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Fatah holds rally with thousands of Palestinians celebrating release of terrorist, in violation of Coronavirus isolation regulations

Headline: "A mass rally in honor of a [released] prisoner breaks the quarantine"

"The Fatah Movement held a mass rally tonight [March 24, 2020] in Jenin in the northern occupied West Bank, with the participation of thousands of citizens, in order to receive a released prisoner who sat in the Israeli occupation's prison for 17 years. This was without implementing the instructions in everything connected to the quarantine and ban on movement (i.e., due to the Coronavirus crisis).

The citizens gathered at the refugee camp's plaza in order to receive prisoner Nidal Naghnaghiya [Turkeman] (i.e., terrorist, involved in murder of at least 6) amid massive shooting [in the air]."

The article is accompanied by a picture of the rally that shows masses of people closely crowded together despite the instructions to keep a distance and stay at home due to the spread of the Coronavirus.

Nidal Naghnaghiya Turkeman – Palestinian terrorist who was involved in a number of terror attacks, including the shooting and hand grenade attack against a Likud primaries polling station in Beit Shean in which 6 were murdered on Nov. 28, 2002. Turkeman served 17 years in prison and was released on March 24, 2020.

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