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Muhammad Al-Madani is a member of the Fatah Central Committee
The PA’s silent approval of murder: PA official denies he condemned murder of 3 Israelis, threatens to sue whoever spread the “fake news” 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, July 23, 2017
Note: Al-Madani was appointed by PA Chairman Abbas to chair the PLO Committee for Interaction with Israeli Society, a committee that meets with Israelis on both the political and the grass roots level.

Headline: “Al-Madani denies a reported news item attributed to him”

“The office of Fatah Movement Central Committee member and Chairman of the PLO Committee for Interaction [with Israeli Society] Muhammad Al-Madani denied a fake news item that was published on several questionable pages on social media. It was claimed that it was a quote of Al-Madani from an alleged interview with a Hebrew radio station, in which he condemned the operation (i.e., terror attack) that took place two days ago [July 21, 2017] in an Israeli settlement [Halamish] in the West Bank, in which 3 settlers were killed.
The office explained yesterday in a notice that Al-Madani did not speak with any local media outlet, Arab or Israeli, regarding the latest events. It was also said in the statement that ‘Al-Madani will sue those spreading this fake and false news everywhere.’”

Omar Al-Abd – 19-year-old Palestinian terrorist who stabbed and murdered 3 Israelis - Yosef, Haya, and Elad Salomon - and severely injured 1 - Tova Salomon - as they sat at their Sabbath dinner table in Halamish, north of Ramallah, on July 21, 2017. Al-Abd was shot and wounded by a neighbor and taken into Israeli custody, receiving necessary medical treatment in an Israeli hospital.
Before committing the attack, Al-Abd wrote in his "will" on Facebook that he was taking his knife to respond to what was happening at the Al-Aqsa Mosque and did not expect to return. A week earlier, a terror attack was carried out at the Temple Mount in which 2 Israelis were murdered. Following the attack Israel closed the Temple Mount for two days and reopened it with metal detectors at the entrance to the holy site. Palestinian
Fatah official praises terror wave as a "central means of the struggle" 
Source: Khabar, independent Palestinian news agency, Dec. 1, 2015
     “The Palestinians expressed great dissatisfaction with the meetings that were organized by a number Palestinian leaders, including former [PA] Minister of Prisoners Ashraf Al-Ajrami and Fatah Central Committee member and one of its most senior former negotiators Muhammad Al-Madani, in the shadow of the strengthening of the popular uprising (Palestinian euphemism for Palestinian terror attacks against Israelis starting in Oct. 2015 -Ed.) and the arbitrary acts of Israelis, which have reached the point of deliberate killing and cold-blooded execution… Al-Madani emphasized that the Palestinian leadership is in daily contact with the Israeli public by holding meetings with prominent figures and organizing dialogues and speeches for the goal of reaching a fair and comprehensive peace, and he praised the role of the popular uprising as one of the central means of the struggle that support this goal.”

Palestinian terror wave (2015-2016) – Palestinian violence and terror attacks against Israelis, ‎including stabbings, shootings, throwing Molotov cocktails, and car rammings. It started in September 2015 and as of July 2016, 40 people were killed (36 Israelis, 1 Palestinian, 2 Americans, and 1 foreign worker from Eritrea) and over 500 wounded.





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