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Fatah praises 1974 terror attack in which terrorist “heroes” murdered a mother and her 2 young children

Text and video posted on the Facebook page of the Fatah Movement – Nablus Branch

 

Posted text: “#The_rebels_don’t_die_history_immortalizes_them

Get to know the Nahariya operation (i.e., terror attack, 4 murdered), which was carried out by a select squad of Fatah Movement fighters on June 24 (sic., 25), 1974.

#Watch_the_video”

 

Video:

Narrator: “They had their say: ‘We will attack and we will not be attacked’

The heroes of the Nahariya operation:

Self-sacrificing fighter Abd Al-Rahim Muhammad Nasif

Self-sacrificing fighter Ahmad Muhammad Abd Al-‘Al

Self-sacrificing fighter Muhammad Abd Al-Hamid Hanafi

The group infiltrated the settlement of Nahariya (i.e., an Israeli coastal city) by sea

The operation was on the night of June 25, 1974

And lasted seven consecutive hours

The operation surprised the enemy commanders

During the operation dozens of soldiers were killed and wounded as recognized by the occupation (sic., 1 soldier was murdered, as was a mother and her two young children), and the three self-sacrificing fighters were killed”

 

Text on screen: “[Fatah] Commission of Information and Culture; the southern institutions”

 

 

 

1974 Nahariya attack – Three Palestinian terrorists - Abd Al-Rahim Nasif, Ahmad Abd Al-'Al, and Muhammad Hanafi - who had reached Israel by boat from Lebanon broke into an apartment building in Nahariya, where they murdered 30-year-old Irena Zarankin, her 10-year-old daughter Ronit, and her 5-year-old son Gilad on June 25, 1974. Zarankin’s husband Mordechai had made a rope out of sheets for them to escape out the window and blockaded the door, but one of the terrorists was waiting below and shot Irena Zarankin and the children as they climbed down. Mordechai Zarankin survived the attack. Israeli soldiers who arrived at the scene killed all three terrorists, but in the exchange of fire 21-year-old Israeli soldier Danny Senesh was also murdered. Fatah claimed responsibility for the attack.