Ramallah governor honors family of terrorist involved in murdering 13
“District Governor of Ramallah and El-Bireh Dr. Laila Ghannam… honored the family of prisoner Muhammad Abu Rabia, who was sentenced to 13 life sentences and 50 years, and stressed that our brave male prisoners and glorious female prisoners symbolize the Palestinian honor and resolve. In addition, she stressed that their families are the [top] priority for every Palestinian institution, and expressed her wish that they [the prisoners] would be released and enjoy the freedom amongst their families and loved ones. Ghannam clarified that the doors of the traitors and hangmen’s cells will not be locked forever, that the prisoners’ victory is certain and that they will live to see the light, far from the barbed wires and dark cells. She also conveyed her pride to all our brave male prisoners and glorious female prisoners.”
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Note: Muhammad Naifeh ‘Abu Rabia’ �� A Tanzim terrorist serving 13 life sentences for his involvement in several terror attacks: the murder of 5 Israelis at Kibbutz Metzer on Nov. 11, 2002, the murder of 3 Israelis in Hermesh on Oct. 29, 2002 and the murder of 5 others in shooting attacks in 2001. Naifeh carried out some of the shooting attacks himself.
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