Song celebrating murder of 3 Israelis performed at Palestinian wedding
Palestinian singer Muhammad Al-Barghouti performs at wedding in Ein Yabrud:
"Did you hear the machine gun in the Arab [town of] Kubar?
Omar crossed the forests and carried out the operation (i.e., murdered 3 in terror attack)
He surprised the [Israeli] army and burned [the town of] Halamish
Settler, we want to live, so get out of here
He [Omar] crossed the mountain top with a knife
As the struggle intensified, he laid the Zionists down to sleep."
[Shejaeya YouTube channel, Aug. 19, 2017]
The following is a continuation of the song from its music video:
Lyrics: "If you are looking for real men - you will find them in [the town of] Kubar
Omar Al-Abd is an earthquake who avenged the Al-Aqsa Mosque...
News items were broadcast that [Israel] mobilized the whole army
The siren went off in Halamish as Al-Abd burned Halamish...
He stood before the [Israeli] judge with his head held up high
He went, sharper than a sword, with a smile on his face
O Kubar, the town of the brave ones, your son, Omar, is a leader."
[Mazikana YouTube channel, Aug. 22, 2017]
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Palestinian singer and writer of the song Muhammad Abu Taher Al-Barghouti was arrested on charges of incitement by the Israeli army on Aug. 31, 2017 for this song honoring terrorist murderer Omar Al-Abd.
Omar Al-Abd – 19-year-old Palestinian terrorist who stabbed and murdered 3 Israelis – a man Yosef Salomon, and two of his adult children, Haya and Elad - and severely injured his wife Tova – during their Sabbath dinner in the Jewish town of Halamish, north of Ramallah, on July 21, 2017. Al-Abd was shot and wounded by a neighbor, arrested, and was treated in an Israeli hospital.
Before the attack, Al-Abd wrote on Facebook that he was committing his attack to defend the Al-Aqsa Mosque and did not expect to return. A week earlier, Palestinian terrorists had murdered 2 Israelis at the Temple Mount, after which Israel placed metal detectors at the entrance to the Al-Aqsa Mosque plaza. Palestinians claimed the security measure was an “aggression” and an “attack” against the Mosque.
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