In Cold Blood
The Jerusalem Post
Aug. 16, 2007
A school in the West Bank town of Tulkarm this week organized a soccer tournament named after Ziyad Da'as, a Fatah terrorist, Palestinian Media Watch reported on Thursday.
Da'as planned a 2002 attack in Hadera in which a gunman opened fire with an M-16 rifle at a bat mitzva, killing six and wounding 30.
He was also behind the kidnapping and murder of two Israelis in Tulkarm in 2001.
Da'as was killed in an IDF operation in August 2002.
Reporting on the tournament, Al Hayat hailed Da'as as "one of the brave people of the Palestinian resistance, whom the Israeli occupation forces assassinated in cold blood."
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I think they are exaggerating :D :D
Those who oppose Israel's policy on Jerusalem are "in danger of being murdered in cold blood," asserted Sheikh Ra'ad Salah (leader of the Islamic Movement's northern branch) on Saturday at a conference at the Hind el-Huesseini school in East Jerusalem under the banner of '40-years since the occupation of the al-Aqsa Mosque.'
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Salah was alluding to last week's incident, during which Kfar Manda resident Ahmad Khatib stole a gun from a Jewish security guard and was killed when one of the guards gave chase. During the incident, ten bystanders were injured, most of them from the shooter's gun.
Several of Khatib's associates, including his father and Sheikh Salah, claimed that the police's account of the incident was fabricated and used as an excuse to justify the cold-blooded murder of Khatib by the security guard.
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