On Jan. 5, a Fatah delegation visited the Bethlehem home of the family of terrorists Mahmoud and Nasser Abu Srur, who are serving a life sentence in an Israeli prison for the 1993 murder of an Israeli security official.
During the visit, which marked the anniversary of their imprisonment, the secretary of Fatah’s Bethlehem district branch, Muhammad Al-Masri, conferred upon the family certificates of honor “symbolizing esteem for the steadfastness and patience that they are showing in light of their separation from the two national commanders.”
Expressing Fatah’s appreciation “for the best of its leader sons” imprisoned in Israel, Al-Masri stated: “The sons of Fatah make up the lion’s share of the prisoners – which proves that this movement was, is, and will remain the backbone of the Palestinian revolution against all plots.”
He added that Fatah “will continue in the path of the struggle on which Mahmoud and Nasser [Abu Srur] trod until the national aims are achieved.” (Source: Pnn.ps, Jan. 5, 2019.)