At prize-giving which is named after terrorist murderer and awards prizes for best Palestinian "Popular Resistance," Fatah official Al-Aloul says Jews "desecrate" Hebron
Headline: “The Ibrahimi Mosque Guardians Committee won the Martyr Ziad Abu Ein Institute Prize for Popular Resistance”
“The Ibrahimi Mosque (i.e., the Cave of the Patriarchs) Guardians Committee, which was born from the Fatah Movement in Hebron, won the Martyr Ziad Abu Ein Institute (i.e., terrorist, murdered 2) Prize for Popular Resistance as the best initiative of 2021.
The committee was honored by national and official figures, [including] Fatah Deputy Chairman and [Fatah] Central Committee member Mahmoud Al-Aloul…
Al-Aloul saluted our people, and particularly in Hebron, and their efforts to defend the mosque and the Old [City of] Hebron against desecration and Judaization.”
Ziad Abu Ein – Palestinian PLO terrorist who murdered 2 Israelis – 14-year-old David Lankri and 16-year-old Boaz Lahav – and wounded 36 others, mostly teenagers, with a bomb he planted in Tiberias on May 14, 1979. Abu Ein escaped to America before being extradited to Israel where he was sentenced to life but later released in the Jibril Exchange in May 1985, when Israel agreed to release 1,150 Palestinian prisoners, including terrorist murderers, in exchange for three Israeli soldiers who had been taken hostage by the terror organization the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine - General Command (PFLP - GC). Abu Ein later served as PA Deputy Minister of Prisoners and Released Prisoners’ Affairs, Fatah Revolutionary Council member, and head of the PA Committee to Resist Settlements and the Wall. Abu Ein died on Dec. 10, 2014 at a demonstration in the West Bank that turned violent. Immediately following his death, PA and Fatah leaders claimed that Abu Ein was murdered. Footage from the event shows Abu Ein in an altercation with an Israeli soldier who grabbed Abu Ein by the neck, and later shows Abu Ein on the ground clutching his chest in pain. The autopsy, which was overseen by Israeli and Palestinian pathologists, revealed that the cause of death was a heart attack, but disagreement remains over the extent to which the altercation with Israeli forces may have caused the heart attack. Palestinians have continued to describe Abu Ein's death as a "murder" and "assassination" by Israel.