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PA TV and PA official honor terrorist prisoner Issa Abd Rabbo with visit to his mother

PA TV News reported on a visit by journalists from Oman marking 30 years of terrorist Issa Abd Rabbo’s imprisonment.
Poster: “The Palestinian Prisoners’ Club. Freedom for the brave prisoner. Issa Abd Rabbo, the most veteran prisoner in the Bethlehem district.”
PA TV newsreader: “A delegation of journalists from Oman visited the mother of prisoner Issa Abd Rabbo, in the Deheisheh refugee camp in the Bethlehem district, who has begun his 30th year in occupation prisons, as a message of support and assistance for the family’s sacrifice.”
PA TV newsreader: “The anniversary of his arrest 30 years ago served as a marker for the solidarity visit, organized by the Press Association, national activists and organizations and people involved with prisoners’ affairs, to the home of the mother of the most veteran prisoner in the Bethlehem district, Issa Abd Rabbo, in appreciation of his sacrifice and resolve and to support his mother’s campaign of patience and endurance which she conducts in anticipation of his release from the darkness of the occupation prisons.”
Bethlehem District Governor Abd Al-Fattah Hamayel: “We today on this visit, in the company of the delegation of the dear brothers [from Oman], are visiting the home of Issa and Issa’s mother, first of all, to give her assistance and support and to stress in her ears and the ears of the all prisoners’ mothers, that not only does the Palestinian people identify with its imprisoned children, but that also our Arab brothers identify with the Palestinian prisoners.”

Note: Issa Abd Rabbo - serving two life sentences for killing two Israeli university students, Ron Levi and Revital Seri, who were hiking south of Jerusalem on Oct. 22, 1984. At gun point he tied them up, put bags over their heads and then shot and murdered both.

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