Fatah calls lethal Tel Aviv shooting attack "powerful and influential" and a "quality operation"
Headline: “A young Palestinian carried out a quality operation in Tel Aviv, in which 2 (3, one victim later died of his wounds -Ed.) Israelis were killed and a number of others were wounded”
“Fatah Movement Secretary in Jenin and its refugee camp Ata Abu Rmeileh stood before the audience… and said: ‘On this blessed day, the first Friday of the [Muslim fasting] month of Ramadan, we in the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades (i.e., Fatah’s military wing) and the Fatah Jenin branch… accompany to his wedding(i.e., Martyr's funeral is considered wedding to the 72 Virgins in Paradise in Islam) one of the Fatah and Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades leaders in the Jenin refugee camp and Palestine (refers to terrorist Ra’ad Hazem, who murdered 3; see note below -Ed.).’ …
He continued: ‘Martyr Ra’ad responded to all the occupation’s crimes on the land of the refugee camp and throughout the homeland. He responded to the recurring invasions of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the attacks by the settler herds against the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and the occupation’s crimes against the members of the Palestinian people everywhere.’
Abu Rmeileh emphasized that this time the Palestinian action is powerful and influential, and the proof of this is that for the first time since the occupation declared the establishment of its state, it declared a curfew in ‘Palestinian Tal Al-Rabia’ (sic., Palestinian translation of “Tel Aviv” to falsely claim an Arab village existed there; see note below).”
Ra'ad Hazem - 28-year-old Palestinian terrorist who shot and murdered 3 Israeli civilians - 27-year-olds Tomer Morad and Eytam Magini and 35-year-old Barak Lufan - and wounded 14 others when he opened fire on a crowded bar on Dizengoff Street in central Tel Aviv on April 7, 2022. Hazem escaped the scene of the attack and was found hiding near a mosque in Jaffa by Israeli security forces several hours later. He opened fire on them and was killed in the ensuing shootout.
The PA and its leaders misrepresent all of the Temple Mount as an integral part of the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Therefore, they vilify any presence of Jews on the mount as an "invasion." It should be noted that Jews who visit the Temple Mount only enter some sections of the open areas, and do not enter the Al-Aqsa Mosque or the Dome of the Rock. Israeli police ban Jewish prayer at the Temple Mount because of threats of violence by Palestinians.
Tal Al-Rabia is the Palestinians’ Arabic translation of Tel Aviv, to wrongly imply the existence of an Arab village of that name prior to Tel Aviv.