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Palestinian terrorist murderers presented as Martyrs, victims of Israeli “executions in cold blood,” and shootings and stabbings as Israeli “pretexts” to kill

Headline: ‘Hundreds [of Palestinians] prefer not to go to work in West Jerusalem out of fear for their lives”
     “Many of the [Palestinian] residents of occupied Jerusalem who work in the western part of the city, preferred not to go to work for the fourth day in a row, for fear of being attacked by the settlers or occupation forces.  A number of Jerusalem residents reported that what has been exposed in the local media and news websites regarding the murder of some residents of the city in cold blood, while making accusations against them to justify the executions, has begun to cast a heavy shadow, and cause many of the [Palestinian] Jerusalem workers not to go to their workplaces in Jerusalem out of fear for their lives.
The last attack and execution of Palestinians residing in Jerusalem was the execution of the young Muhammad Nazmi Shamasneh (i.e., terrorist who stabbed 3), from the village of Katana northwest of Jerusalem, in the Jerusalem bus station, based on the claim he had attempted to take a soldier’s weapon. This despite the fact that in the picture the Martyr (Shahid) is seen bound before he was executed in cold blood.
This sight was repeated yesterday [Oct. 12, 2015] in the settlement of Pisgat Zeev next to the Shuafat refugee camp in the center of occupied Jerusalem. Bullets were shot at two children: Martyr Hassan Khaled Mahaineh Manasrah, 15, a 10th grade student at the Ibn Khaldun school, and Ahmad Saleh Mahaineh Manasrah, 13, an 8th grade student at the Al-Jil Al-Jadid school, who was injured. The two of them were on their way home from school. They went to the commercial center next to their homes in the settlement Pisgat Zeev, and were shot, based on the claim that they had tried to stab settlers. Hassan was killed by the shooting, while settlers and people from the occupation forces gleefully tortured the child Ahmad and did not give him any aid, despite the fact that he was seriously injured, while cursing and saying very crude things, which were widely quoted in the social media.
The student Marah Al-Bakri was seriously wounded by a settler’s gunfire, on the pretext she had tried to stab him, and before that the student Mustafa Al-Khatib was executed in the area of the Lion’s Gate, for the same accusation (an attempted stabbing of a soldier) [parentheses in source]. Local human rights organizations published a guide for students in the city, which tells them how to deal with the gangs of settlers and the occupation forces’ soldiers, out of fear for their lives.”
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Muhammad Nazmi Shamasneh (22) terrorist who choked and stabbed an Israeli soldier in order to take his weapon on Oct. 12, 2015, on bus 185 near the central bus station in Jerusalem. The terrorist also stabbed and injured two additional people. He was shot and killed by police.

Pisgat Ze'ev stabbing attack - On Oct. 12, 2015, two Palestinian terrorists, Hassan ‎Manasrah (15) and Ahmad Manasrah (13), stabbed Yossef Ben Shalom (21) in the Pisgat ‎Ze'ev neighborhood of East Jerusalem, then repeatedly stabbed a 13-‎year-old boy (name undisclosed at time of writing) who was riding his bike. One terrorist was hit by a car while fleeing the scene, and the other terrorist was shot by Israeli police. Both victims of the attack were seriously injured. The terrorists, who are cousins, came from the nearby Palestinian neighborhood of Beit Hanina.

Mustafa Al-Khatib – 18-year-old terrorist who tried to stab a soldier near the Lion Gate of the Old City of Jerusalem and was shot and killed by Israeli police.

Marah Al-Bakri - 16-year-old female terrorist who stabbed an Israeli border policeman at Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem. She was shot and wounded by the policeman.

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