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Palestinian TV Calls Jaffa Terrorist a Martyr

Palestinian TV reporter says that Jaffa stabber (March 2016) was a (Photo: screen capture/MEMRI)

As with so many of the terrorists who have attacked Israelis, Palestinian media is championing this week's Jaffa murderer. The Times of Israel reports that official Palestinian TV has declared the terrorist who killed an American and wounded 10 others to be a "martyr":

During the news broadcast on the official PA news station Palestine TV, which was translated to English by the Middle East Media Research Institute, the news presenter said the killer had been “martyred” during the attack.

Additionally, the correspondent on the scene said the attack was “a complex operation carried out by the martyr” and referred to the victims as “settlers.”

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