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PA TV: Terrorist who killed 5 in synagogue “died as a Martyr”

Official PA TV News report on the threatened deportation from Jerusalem of the wife of terrorist Ghassan Abu Jamal.
PA TV Reporter: “The occupation served them [Ghassan’s children] pain to drink, rather than milk like the rest of the children in the world. The first chapter of the tragedy was the assassination of their father (i.e., terrorist who murdered 5 and was killed by Israeli Police during his attack), and afterward their expulsion from their home, before its impending demolition. And in the end, they separated them from their mother. After Ghassan Abu Jamal died as a Martyr (Shahid) from the occupation’s bullets, the occupation is now completing the slow killing of his family, not with a weapon that shoots bullets, but through means which cause them to lose the will to live.”

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Note: 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. 7 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.

On Nov. 26, 2014, Israeli Minister of Interior Gilad Erdan cancelled the residency permit of Nadia Abu Jamal, wife of terrorist Ghassan Abu Jamal – one of two killers who murdered 5 Israelis in a terror attack in a synagogue in Jerusalem on Nov.18, 2014. This meant she would need to leave Israel and would lose all financial and social benefits from the state of Israel. On Nov. 11, 2014, she petitioned the Supreme Court, asking for an interim order forbidding her expulsion until the end of deliberations on her appeal. On June 4, 2015, the Supreme Court rejected her petition. Her appeal was scheduled for July 13, 2015. The police looked for her on June 28, 2015, in order to deport her, but she wasn’t home.

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