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Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades: 15-year-old “Martyr” took part in armed confrontation

Headline: “The new Israeli Parliament members from the Israeli right-wing are recording their presence in the list of murders!”

 

“At midnight on Tuesday [Nov. 8, 2022], military vehicles of the occupation infiltrated Nablus and opened fire in every direction (sic., refers to Palestinian terrorists shooting at a guarded convoy of eight Israeli Parliament members visiting Joseph’s Tomb as it was leaving). Inside these vehicles were armed soldiers, and next to them were Israeli Parliament members from the extremist right-wing parties. Their goal was Joseph’s Tomb in Nablus, as part of a political invasion with which the new Israeli Parliament members from the Israeli right-wing wanted to record their presence in the list of murders…

While the Israeli Parliament members made political and religious prayers inside the tomb, photographed each other, and published the pictures on the social media platforms of the settler militias, the occupation soldiers invaded a number of neighborhoods in Nablus and the Balata refugee camp. They fired at enraged young people who resisted the invasion with rocks and empty bottles (sic., terrorists shot at the convoy). As a result of this, three civilians were wounded by live gunfire, and approximately 60 were wounded by inhaling tear gas. Later on, medical teams announced the death as a Martyr of young Mahdi Hashash (i.e., terrorist, attempted to use explosives against the convoy but they exploded prematurely, killing him)…

The Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades (i.e., Fatah’s military wing) and the Balata Brigade (i.e., independent terror cell) eulogized him, and said that Hashash died as a Martyr during armed confrontation with the occupation forces that invaded the refugee camp.

In a statement, the Al-Aqsa [Martyrs’] Brigades said: ‘While announcing the death of our Jihad fighter Martyr, we emphasize that the blood of the Martyrs will continue to illuminate the path of honor, the path of resistance, and the path of liberation of the land and holy sites for the Jihad fighters and for the resistance members.’

 

Mahdi Hashash – 15-year-old Palestinian terrorist and member of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades (Fatah’s military wing) who attempted to use explosives against an Israeli convoy including eight Israeli Parliament members visiting Joseph’s Tomb in Nablus on Nov. 8, 2022. The explosives detonated prematurely, killing Hashash.