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PA Praises American’s Murderer as “Martyr”

In March, a terrorist carried out stabbings in Tel Aviv that left 11 wounded and an American, military veteran Taylor Force, dead. Arutz Sheva's Ari Yashar reports that the Palestinian Authority is now celebrating the terrorist as a martyr:

Arab terrorist Bashar Masalha has become a hero of the Palestinian Authority (PA), after murdering American tourist Taylor Force and wounding 11 others in a brutal stabbing spree in Jaffa (Yafo) on March 8. He was shot dead by police during the attack.

After his body was returned to the PA by Israel last week, official PA TV praised the murderer as a "martyr" 11 times in its broadcasts of the funeral that was attended by hundreds, as revealed and translated by Palestinian Media Watch (PMW).

PMW previously revealed that the very day after the lethal attack, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah faction praised Masalha as "the heroic martyr," in a glorification of terrorism echoed in the funeral broadcasts...

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