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Fatah Commission denounces Netanyahu statement in solidarity with Brussels after terror attack because Brussels victims were "innocent" whereas Israelis terror victims are not

Headline: “Palestinian condemnations and acts of solidarity with Belgium and against terror”
“Fatah’s Foreign Relations Commission stated yesterday, Wednesday [March 23, 2016], in a press release, that the statements made by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in his speech before AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee) in Washington [DC] concerning the terror attacks in Brussels [March 22, 2016 terror attacks orchestrated by the Islamic State terror organization in Brussels, in which at least 31 people were murdered and hundreds were injured, Ed.] and the rest of the world are a ‘cheap exploitation of the blood of innocents and terror victims throughout the world, and a desperate attempt to draw a connection between terror attacks in Europe and the world, and the legal Palestinian struggle for freedom and independence.’ … The commission stated that Netanyahu’s statements constitute ‘severe incitement against the Palestinian people and its just cause, as well as a desperate attempt to compare innocent terror victims in Brussels and the world, with the occupation army and settlers who commit daily crimes against the Palestinian people.’”