Friday, February 21, 2014

France: Mayor condemns 'cold-blooded murder' of Palestinian terrorist

 On January 29th, Mohammad Mahmoud Mubarak, a resident of the Jalazoun refugee camp, opened fire on civilian cars and then turned on IDF soldiers. He was killed after a seven minute firefight.

The Palestinians claimed he was an innocent road worker.

 Hard to decide who's telling the truth here, right?

This must be the reason why Pierre Gosnat, the Communist mayor of the Paris suburb of Ivry-sur-Seine, published an official condemnation of the 'cold-blooded murder' of young Mohammad Mahmoud Mubarak.

Pictures and more at Le Monde Juif:

Gosnat wrote that the city supports the Palestinians in their wish to live in peace.  In the picture attached to that same letter, we see Mubarak in a PFLP shirt.  The PLFP being a terrorist organization.  His Facebook page glorifies terrorism.

As it turns out, peaceful Mubarak is the son of a prominent Fatah leader, and the nephew of Hamas MP Ahmed Mubarak.

Sultan Abu Al-Einein, advisor to PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas on NGOs and member of the Fatah Central Committee, praised "our heroic Martyr (Shahid) Muhammad Mahmoud Mubarak from the resolute Jalazone refugee camp, who ascended to Heaven as a Martyr in the battlefield while challenging the Zionist enemy".

Equipment of innocent Palestinian road worker
murdered by blood-thirsty Israeli soldiers

It's hard to fault Gosnat, though.  Take a look at how various respectable news organizations reported this terrorist attack.  

The BBC (more at BBC Watch):

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