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Fatah Facebook on terrorist who murdered 11 like "a bolt of lightning": “Rest in peace, hero”

Fatah recently commemmorated the anniversary of the death of suicide bomber Ali Ja'ara on its Facebook page:
 "The anniversary of the Martyrdom death of the righteous Martyrdom-seeker (i.e., suicide bomber) Ali Ja'ara from the Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades in Palestine, Fatah's military wing… [who] blew up an Israeli bus near the residence of the Israeli Prime Minister, killing 11 Israelis and wounding approximately 55. He surprised everyone; this quiet hero, this compassionate young man, who advocated [his positions] with forbearance, succeeded in breaking the Zionists' security barriers and breaching their fortresses. He carried a message on his body and he placed it in front of [then- Israeli Prime Minister Ariel] Sharon's home, as if he were a bolt of lightning.
Rest in peace, hero."
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Note: Ali Ja'ara was a suicide bomber from the terrorist organization the Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigade (Fatah's military wing) who blew himself up on the no. 19 bus in Jerusalem on Jan. 29, 2004, killing 11 people and wounding dozens.
The photo added by Fatah is not of the suicide bomber Ali Ja'ara, but of another suicide bomber named Muhammad Omar Khalil Za’oul, who killed 8 and wounded dozens in a suicide attack on the no. 14 bus in Jerusalem on Feb. 22, 2004.

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