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Abbas "eulogizes" three Fatah terrorists, "consoling the families of the Martyrs"

Headline: “The [PA] president eulogized the three Nablus Martyrs: We will not allow crimes like these to happen again”



“[PA] President Mahmoud Abbas consoled the families of the three Martyrs who were killed by the Israeli occupation forces in Nablus last Tuesday [Feb. 8, 2022] (i.e., Fatah terrorists who were planning an imminent shooting attack; see note below).

The president said: ‘This is a serious incident, these days that Nablus is experiencing after the death of Martyrs Adham [Mabrouka], Muhammad [Al-Dakhil], and Ashraf [Mubaslat] (i.e., the three Fatah terrorists). First, we console ourselves and also console everyone and the families of the Martyrs and the Palestinian people. This is a crime of deliberate murder that the occupation committed against our sons, our young people, and our people.’

The president added: ‘May Allah spread His mercies on them and have them dwell in Paradise. We will not allow crimes such as this, which we cannot be silent about, to happen again.’”




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.