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Fatah and PLO table tennis tournament honors terrorists who sent suicide bomber who ‎killed 6‎

Headline: "The Commission of Prisoners' Affairs organized a table tennis tournament in honor of ‎the prisoners [sentenced to] life sentences"‎
     ‎"In cooperation with Fatah in the village of Beit Fajjar and the Table Tennis Association, the [PLO] ‎Commission of Prisoners' Affairs organized a table tennis tournament in honor of prisoners from ‎the village that were sentenced to life imprisonment. Thirty-two athletes from different parts of the ‎homeland participated in the tournament. This solidarity activity took place within the framework of a ‎number of events for Palestinian Prisoners' Day, and the spokesmen for the Commission of ‎Prisoners and Fatah - Munqidh Abu Atwan for the Commission, and Jawad Thawabteh for Fatah - ‎emphasized the need to support the prisoners, and that they should be present in all aspects of life ‎in the Palestinian nation. At the end of the tournament, a ceremony was held in honor of the ‎prisoners Hamza Omar Shamarkha and Amjad Takatka, each sentenced to six life sentences, and ‎Kamal Bello, sentenced to life. Likewise, prizes were given to the winners of the tournament.‎
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Note: Hamza Omar Shamarkha - is serving 6 life sentences and another 20 years for sending the ‎suicide bomber Andalib Takatka to her attack at Jerusalem's Mahane Yehuda outdoor market on ‎April 12, 2002 in which she killed 6 and wounded more than 80 people. ‎
Amjad Takatka - is serving 6 life sentences and another 20 years for his involvement in the suicide ‎attack carried out by Andalib Takatka, who killed 6 and wounded more than 80 people in the ‎suicide attack she carried out on April 12, 2002. ‎
Kamal Bello - was arrested in 2004 and is serving one life sentence. PMW has been unable to ‎verify the exact nature of his crimes.‎

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