(November 12, 2020 / JNS) The Fatah movement headed by Mahmoud Abbas is promising to rebuild the home of Palestinian terrorist murderer Khalil Dweikat, who confessed to stabbing to death Rabbi Shai Ohayon—a 39-year-old father of four—in August in Petach Tikvah, reported Palestinian Media Watch on Wednesday.
Israel demolished his home on Nov. 2 in an effort to deter future attacks.
A post on Fatah’s official Facebook page on Nov. 2 stated, “Fatah Movement Deputy Chairman Mahmoud Al-Aloul: ‘There is no home that the occupation has destroyed and we have not rebuilt. We will rebuild the home of prisoner Khalil Dweikat in the village of Rujeib.’ ”
It is P.A. policy to reward and honor terrorists and their families, including rebuilding their homes.
PMW has documented that the P.A. has rebuilt the house of terrorist Omar Abu Laila, who on March 17 murdered 19-year-old IDF Sgt. Gal Kaidan and 47-year-old Rabbi Achiad Ettinger, a father of 12, in a terror attack at the Ariel Junction. Abu Laila was killed two days later by Israeli soldiers while resisting arrest.
He was said to have killed others as well on the orders of Abbas himself.
Pictured below is the old home of Omar Abu Laila being demolished (Credit: Poica-Eye on Palestine, independent Palestinian organization, April 24, 2019), along with the new home of the Abu Laila family.
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