Fatah about dead Palestinian stabbers: "The skies of Hebron are fragrant with the scent of the homeland's Martyrs"
Pictures and text posted on the official Facebook page of the Fatah Movement on Oct. 30, 2015
Text above pictures: “The skies of Hebron are fragrant with the scent of the homeland’s Martyrs (Shahids) and the throats reiterate [the poem]: ‘The brother returned [as a Martyr], O eye, do not tear.’ Martyrs Dania Arshid, Bayan Al-Esseili, Husam and Bashar Al-Ja’abri, and Tareq Al-Natsheh."
The picture on the left shows Dania Arshid, with the Cave of the Patriarchs and the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the background, and on it is written: “Bride of the [Ibrahimi] Mosque (i.e, Cave of the Patriarchs) Dania Jihad Arshid Al-Husseini, who watered the ground of Hebron with her pure blood on Sunday, Oct. 25, 2015”
The pictures on the right show Bayan Al-Esseili at the top, Tareq Al-Natsheh in the middle, and Husam and Bashar Al-Ja’abri at the bottom, with their names written on their pictures.
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Dania Arshid – 17-year-old Palestinian terrorist who when asked to identify herself at a military checkpoint near the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron on Oct. 25, 2015, refused and ran towards the Israeli border policemen with a drawn knife. She was shot and killed by them.
Bayan Ayman Al-Esseili – 16-year-old female Palestinian terrorist who stabbed an Israeli soldier in Hebron, near the Cave of the Patriarchs on Oct. 17, 2015. The soldier shot and killed Al-Esseili.
Bashar and Husam Al-Ja’abri – 15 and 17-year-old Palestinian terrorists who stabbed and injured an Israeli soldier in Hebron on Oct. 20, 2015. They were shot and killed by another soldier.
Tareq Al-Natsheh – 16-year-old Palestinian terrorist who stabbed an Israeli soldier in Hebron on Oct. 17, 2015. After the attack, he was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers.
Raed Jaradat – a 22-year-old Palestinian terrorist who stabbed and critically wounded an Israeli soldier at the Beit Anoun junction near Hebron on Oct. 26, 2015. Jaradat was shot and killed at the scene.
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