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PA TV: Participant in lynching and killing of 2 Israelis is “hero” who “drank from the springs of honor and became a determined, indefatigable warrior”

PA TV program Link in the Chain episode about terrorist Muhammad Salem Ali Abu Eida.
PA TV host: “Here in the Jabalya refugee camp, a refugee camp that has provided the most wonderful examples of sacrifice and generosity for the homeland. In addition, it was the first spark of the Stone Intifada (i.e., the first Palestinian wave of violence against Israel, 1988-1993). Heroic commander Muhammad Salem Ali Abu Eida was born in this refugee camp… Our hero Muhammad grew up under the oppression to which our nation was subjected, and he carried this memory in his heart, determined to become part of national action and play a role in defending his oppressed people. The correct national education had a positive influence on molding his warrior personality. He drank from the springs of honor and became a determined, indefatigable warrior… Our hero still proudly confronts the violence of prison and captivity.”

Note: Muhammad Salem Ali Abu Eida – a Palestinian police officer who was sentenced to 22 years in prison for his role in the Ramallah lynching on Oct. 12, 2000, in which a Palestinian mob brutally murdered two Israeli reservists who accidentally entered Ramallah and mutilated their bodies.