Fatah posts death notices of 3 terrorists: "Fatah's northern Hebron branch accompanies the Martyrs of justice and fraternity to their weddings"
Posted text: “Notice of the death of the Martyrs of justice and fraternity”
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“O Storm (Al-Asifa) [Fatah]
Do not leave my blood unavenged
The Sa’ir sub-branch of Fatah’s northern Hebron branch accompanies the Martyrs of justice and fraternity to their weddings (i.e., Martyrs’ funerals, considered in Islam a wedding to the 72 Virgins in Paradise)
Martyr Ahmad Salem Kawazbeh
Martyr Muhannad Ziad Kawazbeh
Martyr Alaa Abd Kawazbeh
The revolution is until victory”
"Al-Asifa" – “the storm” was a pseudonym for “Fatah” in its first years. It later became the name of Fatah's military wing in the 1960s and 1970s.
Ahmad, Muhannad, and Alaa Kawazbeh – 3 Palestinian terrorists, 18 and 19-years-old, and relatives, who attempted to carry out a stabbing attack near the Gush Etzion junction on Jan. 7, 2016. They aroused suspicions of Israeli soldiers at the junction who began a security check on them. The Kawazbeh relatives pulled out knives and were shot and killed by the soldiers.