PA calls terrorists "heroic martyrs" and falsely claims that Israel "ambushes Palestinians wherever they are"
Headline: “An execution from point blank range”
“Yesterday [Feb. 8, 2022] was a normal day in Nablus until the afternoon, when the occupation decided to interfere and turn the routine atmosphere into a state of sadness prevailing in all of Palestine. Its highlight was the assassination of Adham Mabrouka, Muhammad Al-Dakhil, and Ashraf Mubaslat (i.e., assassinated Fatah terrorists planning an imminent shooting attack; see note below).
Everything at the site of the incident was shocking: blood and body parts filled the memory, the car [they had been driving in], and the sidewalk. Brains flew from their places because they were Palestinian, and the perpetrator [as] always is the occupation that ambushes Palestinians wherever they are.”
The article includes a picture of Fatah terrorists Adham Mabrouka Al-Shishani, Muhammad Al-Dakhil, and Ashraf Mubaslat.
Text on picture: “The heroic Martyrs of Nablus
Ashraf Mubaslat, Adham Mabrouka, Muhammad Al-Dakhil”
Adham Mabrouka Al-Shishani, Muhammad Al-Dakhil, and Ashraf Mubaslat – Palestinian terrorists and members of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades (Fatah’s military wing) who were shot and killed by Israeli security forces in Nablus on Feb. 8, 2022. When killed the terrorists were armed with two M-16 semi-automatic assault rifles and intelligence indicated that they were planning an imminent terror attack. The terrorists had already committed six shooting attacks against Israeli civilians and soldiers in previous weeks, among them: Jan. 25, 2022 - shooting on an Israeli military post near Nablus. Jan. 27, 2022 - shooting on a military post between the Israeli towns of Elon Moreh and Itamar east of Nablus. Jan. 29, 2022 - shooting on an Israeli military vehicle as it drove next to the PA village of Tell southwest of Nablus. Feb. 2, 2022 - shooting on a military post at an entrance to Nablus. PMW was unable to determine the details of the remaining two attacks, which reportedly targeted Israeli towns.