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Terrorist murderer of 5 will keep on killing if he is released again, says his brother

Brother of terrorist Khalil Abu Arram: “This isn’t the first time that Khalil [Abu Arram] went to prison. Before that he was given a long sentence... Allah be praised, he came out in the previous prisoner exchange [deal]. In accordance with his national duty, he attacked again – together with his comrades… As a sign of solidarity with his brothers he attacked again, and I believe that if he is released he will do [it] a second time, a third time, and a fourth time. As long as Palestine is being subjected to oppressive occupation he will continue all his efforts to remove the occupation from Palestine” …

Official PA TV host: “Khalil Abu Arram, may Allah bless you, from the program Giants of Endurance.”

Khalil Abu Arram – Palestinian terrorist responsible for a number of shooting attacks near Hebron in which 5 were murdered – one on July 26, 2002, in which Israeli soldier Shamai-Elazar Leibovitz, Rabbi Ya’akov Yosef Dikstein, his wife Chana Dikstein, and their 9-year-old son Shuvel Zion were murdered and two other children of the Diksteins were wounded; and one on Oct. 8, 2002, in which Oded Wolk was murdered and three others were wounded. Abu Arram is serving 5 life sentences. Abu Arram previously was arrested in 1988 during the first Intifada and sentenced to 17 years in prison, but was released after 5 years in the prisoner release Israel agreed to as part of the 1993 Oslo Accords peace agreement.

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