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Palästinensischer Politiker verteidigt München-Attentäter

munich„The governor of the West Bank district of Tulkarem on Wednesday defended the naming of a local school for the leader of an infamous Palestinian terror group, calling Israel ‚delusional‘ for protesting the move. Issam Abu Bakr was responding to a tweet by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Spokesperson Ofir Gendelman, who charged the Palestinian Authority with the ‚glorification of terrorists‘ for naming a school in Tulkarem after Salah Khalaf, who was the head of the Palestinian terror group Black September.

‚The occupation [i.e. Israel] is delusional if it thinks that the Palestinian people can change its culture and forget the leader of its martyrs, Yasser Arafat and Khalil al-Wazir [a co-founder of Fatah] and Salah Khalaf, and the large number of fighters who sacrificed their blood for freedom and independence and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital,‘ said Abu Bakr at a rally at Al-Quds Open University in Tulkarem on Tuesday. Black September carried out a number of attacks during the early 1970s, including the hijacking of planes and the assassination of two US diplomats in Sudan. The group’s most well-known attack was the murder of 11 Israeli athletes during the Munich Olympics in 1972.“ (Dov Lieber: „PA governor defends naming school after Black September chief“)


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