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PA daily describes 34 Israeli terror victims injured in shooting in Be’er Sheva as “settlers”
Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida  -  Dec. 20, 2015


 
Headline: “Injured from live fire, and news items according to which the occupation intends to hand over the bodies of the Jerusalem Martyrs – the occupation talks about the injury of 3 Israelis in a ‘stabbing operation’ in Raanana”
     “The occupation’s police arrested a young person from the town of Tammun yesterday, claiming he injured 3 Israelis in a stabbing operation (i.e., terror attack) in Raanana. It described the injuries of one of them as severe… Hundreds of residents of the village of Houra in the Negev participated in the funeral of Martyr (Shahid) Muhannad Al-Okabi (21), after the occupation forces handed over his body, which they had held for two months. The occupation forces said that the Martyr carried out a stabbing operation on Oct. 18, 2015 in the bus and train station in Be’er Sheva, during which a Golani soldier (i.e., an infantry brigade soldier of the Israeli army) was killed and 34 settlers were injured by gunfire and suffered from anxiety. In addition, an African man was killed by gunfire of the occupation’s policemen, who thought that he was the one carrying it out.”

Muhannad Al-Okabi - 21-year-old Israeli Bedouin terrorist entered the Be’er Sheva bus station with a knife and a pistol, murdered 19-year-old Israeli soldier Sgt. Omri Levy, then grabbed his automatic rifle and started shooting at people in the station, wounding 11 others in an attack on Oct. 18, 2015. A foreign resident, Habtom Zarhum, 29, was shot by a security guard and attacked by people at the scene when he was mistaken for a second terrorist. Terrorist Al-Okabi was shot and killed by Israeli police. The forum of Negev Bedouin council leaders strongly condemned the attack, stating that "The terrorist who committed this act does not represent any Bedouin residents, who favor coexistence and living together..."

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