Fatah spokesman: Death of terrorist while resisting arrest, who had murdered an Israeli, is a “barbaric act of massacre that is not carried out by those claiming to be part of the human race” and an “imitation of the crimes of ISIS”
Website of Fatah's Information and ‎Culture Commission - July 27, 2016

 
Headline: “The execution of civilian Al-Faqih by occupation forces by demolishing his home is a barbaric act of massacre that imitates the crimes of ISIS”

“Fatah Spokesman Osama Al-Qawasmi said that the execution of citizen Muhammad Al-Faqih by occupation forces by demolishing his home on him (i.e., while he was in it) in the village of Surif and surrounding the village is a barbaric act of massacre that imitates the crimes of ISIS. Al-Qawasmi stated in an interview with Radio Mawtini today, Wednesday [July 27, 2016], in reference to the night of blood experienced by the village of Surif in Hebron: ‘The execution of young Muhammad Al-Faqih by demolishing his home on him is a barbaric act of massacre that is not carried out by those claiming to be part of the human race. We view the crime of the Israeli occupation as an imitation of the crimes of ISIS.’ Al-Qawasmi emphasized that the Palestinian people continues to sacrifice victims and to complete the way of struggle to achieve the basic national principles – freedom and independence.”

Muhammad Al-Faqih, 29-year-old Hamas terrorist who had previously been imprisoned for planning terror attacks when affiliated with the Islamic Jihad, and Muhammad Amira, terrorist and a member of the PA police force, murdered Rabbi Michael Mark, a 48-year-old father of ten, in a shooting attack on July 1, 2016 on Route 60 in the southern Har Hebron region. Al-Faqih opened fire on the Mark family's car causing the vehicle to overturn and crash. Amira was driving the car from which Al-Faqih shot at them. Rabbi Mark’s wife Chava, 40, was also seriously wounded in the attack, and two of their children were injured – their daughter Tehila, 15, and their son Pedayah, 16. Al-Faqih and Amira fled the scene, but were located by the Israeli army on July 27, 2016. Al-Faqih resisted arrest and shot at the soldiers from his home where he had barricaded himself. Al-Faqih was killed when the Israeli soldiers shot an anti-tank missile and other artillery at his house. Amira was arrested.