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PFLP honors perpetrators of Jerusalem ‎synagogue massacre and other ‎terrorists


Official PA TV report on an event ‎organized by the Popular Front for the ‎Liberation of Palestine marking the 47th ‎anniversary of its founding in the West ‎Bank town of El-Bireh.‎ The event was attended by representatives ‎from various Palestinian factions, including ‎Fatah. The PA TV report shows an excerpt ‎from the event, with young men on stage ‎holding portraits of Fatah leaders including ‎Ahmad Sa’adat and Abu Ali Mustafa, while ‎a giant poster on the right side of the stage ‎shows images of the two perpetrators of the ‎Jerusalem synagogue terror attack, with ‎the caption “heroes.” The portrait of Uday ‎Abu Jamal, one of the perpetrators, is also ‎held by one of the young men on stage.‎

Notes: Ahmad Sa’adat - serving a 30-year ‎sentence for heading the PFLP terror ‎organization. A song at a PFLP event also ‎praised him for planning the assassination ‎of Israeli Minister of Tourism Rehavam ‎Ze'evi in 2001, but he has not been tried for ‎this crime.‎
Abu Ali Mustafa - General Secretary of the ‎terror organization Popular Front for the ‎Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). He planned ‎numerous terror attacks against Israeli ‎civilians during the Palestinian terror ‎campaign (the Intifada, 2000-2005).‎
Jerusalem synagogue terror attack – On ‎Nov. 18, 2014, two Arab terrorists, ‎Ghassan and Uday Abu Jamal from East ‎Jerusalem, entered a synagogue in ‎Jerusalem and attacked worshippers with ‎guns, knives and axes, killing 4 ‎worshippers and a police officer. Seven ‎people were injured, 3 of them seriously. ‎The terrorists were killed in an exchange of ‎fire with Israeli Security Forces that arrived ‎on the scene.‎

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