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Independent center glorifies murderer and his terror attack

"The Story of the Hero's Operation (i.e., terror attack) - Khaled Asakra - Abu Muhammad - by released prisoner Raafat Hamdouna"
     "The Gulf War broke out between Baghdad and a coalition made up of the Western world, Syria, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. During the war, land, air and naval forces used all kinds of weapons of [mass] destruction against Iraq's women and children. They carried out massacre after massacre, burned everything, demolished bridges and houses, and killed women, children and elderly people. The Palestinian people were furious over what was being done to their brothers in Iraq...
The hero [Khaled Asakra] decided to stand beside his brothers in a heroic operation (i.e., terror attack) that would convey the Palestinian people's regrets to the women, children and elderly people of Iraq, for its inability to assist, and with this he avenged the blood of the Iraqi Martyrs (Shahids).
Abu Muhammad [Khaled Asakra] left his home in Al-Ubeidiya in April 1991, immediately after the Gulf War ended, and went to work at a Bethlehem tourist restaurant. While he was at work, a 45 year-old French tourist entered the restaurant. Khaled took a knife from the kitchen and waited for his chance. He was 19. Suddenly, the tourist went down to wash her hands after the meal. Khaled went in after her and stabbed her several times in her back and chest until she fell to the ground, a bleeding corpse. The hero fled the place and was shortly arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment."
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Note: Khaled Asakra - a Fatah member who murdered 64 year-old French tourist Annie Ley (April 29, 1991). He was sentenced to life in prison but was released in August 2013 as as one of 104 terrorists whom Israel agreed to release to fulfill the PA's precondition for renewing negotiations.

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