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Fatah, PA, and PLO honour terrorist murderer at his book launching

Headline: “Bethlehem: Launching the book ‘Ein Al-Jabal’ by prisoner Muhammad Al-Tous on the 37th anniversary of his arrest”

 

 

 

 

“The [PA-funded] Prisoners’ Club, the [PLO] Commission of Prisoners’ Affairs, and the Fatah Movement marked the 37th anniversary of the arrest of fighter Muhammad Al-Tous (i.e., terrorist, involved in the murder of 5 people) yesterday [Oct. 6, 2021] at a ceremony launching his book ‘Ein Al-Jabal,’ in which he spoke about the experience of being arrested and the events that followed it…

 

Fatah Central Committee member Abbas Zaki said in his speech: ‘We feel pride to stand before a legendary man after 37 years in the occupation’s prison.’ …

 

Zaki gave a review of fighter Al-Tous’ life and said: ‘He was unable to complete his studies and was a fighter for the sake of Palestine. Whoever lived at the time understood the importance of this cell whose members died as Martyrs, while Al-Tous – the living Martyr – has remained a prisoner to this very day.’ …

 

At the end of the ceremony, the organizations [that held the ceremony] and national figures honored the families of the four Martyrs – prisoner Al-Tous’ brothers – and Al-Tous’ family. This was as an expression of appreciation and gratefulness for the sacrifices that they made, and to emphasize that their path is continuing.”

 

 

 

 

Abbas Zaki also holds the position as Fatah Commissioner for Arab and China Relations

 

Muhammad Al-Tous - Palestinian terrorist and Fatah member who was the commander of a terrorist cell that attacked 5 civilian buses in September 1985, wounding 16 passengers. He also issued the command to murder Zalman Abolnik in March 1984 and Meir Ben Yair and Michal Cohen in July 1985, and took part in the murder of Mordechai Suissa and Edna Harari in October 1985. Al-Tous is serving life in prison.