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Fatah posts letter by imprisoned terrorist who murdered 3 that compares Israeli occupation to diseases

Image and text posted on the official Fatah Facebook page

PMW Note: This was posted during the Coronavirus pandemic when people were in isolation in their homes

Posted text: “Today you are in isolation, and I, who am imprisoned with thousands of my comrades in the [prison] fortresses of the Zionists, I have bled; every day our souls are wearied. We do not get to see loved ones or friends, and do not meet with relatives. We do not have even a drop of the freedom that you have in isolation, so never compare it – there is nothing to compare.

You are free in your homes, and tomorrow, on this wide land you will heal your light wounds while free. We, the Palestinians, have been suffering for more than 70 years alone – without the peoples of the world, and we are receiving no treatment for the epidemic of occupation, for the syndrome of killing, for the epidemic of racism, for the infection of the eyes, for the tuberculosis of the checkpoints, the cholera of the settlements, and the plague of hatred that are rooted in the mentality of the colonialist who sees nothing in broad daylight other than the reality of his life! Without the rest of Allah’s creations.”

The image is a drawing of terrorist Yasser Abu Bakr, who was responsible for the murder of 3.

Yasser Abu Bakr – Palestinian terrorist and member of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades (Fatah’s military wing) who was responsible for a terrorist attack in Netanya on March 9, 2002, in which two terrorists opened fire and threw grenades at the Jeremy Hotel, murdering Avia Malka, a nine-month-old baby, and Israel Yihye, 27. Abu Bakr was also responsible for the murder of Israeli border policeman Constantine Danilov, 23, who was shot while trying to stop two terrorists from infiltrating Israeli territory in the area of Baqa Al-Gharbiya in northern Israel, as they were on their way to committing a suicide bombing on March 30, 2002. Abu Bakr is serving 3 life sentences and an additional 40 years.

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