Wednesday, May 30, 2018

  • Wednesday, May 30, 2018
  • Elder of Ziyon
Here is a poster going around Palestinian media of students who were mowed down in the prime of their lives by evil Israelis so they couldn't attend final exams.

One Gazan translated this propaganda to English:

Every single one of these students were associated with terror groups.

Details of the first two can be seen in the most recent report by the Meir Amit Center

The student on the left is Bilal Badeir Hussein al-Ashram, who was a Fatah operative according to his Fatah branch in Gaza. Here's their martyr poster for him:

The middle photo is of Ibrahim Ahmad al-Zarqa, 18, who spoke often of his desire to become a martyr and who was active in Hamas' media bureau. Here's another photo of him:

The last student, Muhannad Bakr Abu Tahoun, 21, succumbed to his wounds last Thursday in a Hebron hospital (yes, Israel allowed him to leave Gaza to be treated in Hebron.)  He was also linked to Fatah and he was buried in a Fatah flag, as uniformed Fatah militants kissed him:

Three high school seniors killed. Every single one associated with terror groups. 

The coincidences keep piling up.

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