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Abbas’ advisor visits families of 4 stabbers to offer condolences to the “Martyrs’” families

Headline: “The president’s Advisor on District Matters consoles the [families of] the Qabatiyeh Martyrs”
     “Today [Nov. 3, 2015], the president [Abbas’] Advisor on District Matters and assistant to the commander of the top security forces Ismail Jabr offered condolences to the Martyrs’ families in the village of Qabatiyeh, south of Jenin. While offering condolences to the families of the Martyrs recently executed at the Jalame and Tapuach checkpoints, Ahmad Abu Al-Rab, Ahmad Kamil, Qassem Saba’aneh, and Mahmoud Nazzal (i.e., all four were terrorists who tried to stab Israelis), Jabr said that our people emphasizes through its ongoing sacrifice and struggle that it is a people who loves freedom… He added that [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu’s government is acting out of hysteria, executing our children at checkpoints, due to the actions and achievements of the [PA] president [Abbas] on the international level. 

Ahmad Abu Al-Rab – Palestinian terrorist who, together with another terrorist, tried to stab an Israeli soldier at the Jalame checkpoint near Jenin on Nov. 2, 2015. A soldier shot at them and killed Al-Rab, and the second terrorist was arrested.

Ahmad Kamil – 16-year-old Palestinian terrorist who disguised himself as a candy seller and tried to stab a security guard at the Jalame checkpoint near Jenin on Oct. 24, 2015. He was shot and killed by a security guard.

Qassem Mahmoud Qassem Saba’aneh -Palestinian terrorist who together with another terrorist attempted to stab Israeli border police at the Tapuach junction near Nablus on Oct. 30, 2015. One policewoman shot them, killing Saba’aneh and injuring the second terrorist.

Mahmoud Nazzal – Palestinian terrorist who tried to stab a security guard at the Jalame checkpoint near Jenin on Oct. 31, 2015. The security guard shot and killed him.

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