Ramallah Mausoleum to Honor Terrorists Who Killed 11 Israelis
August 10, 2012 2:28 pm 0 comments
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The Palestinian municipality of Ramallah will build a mausoleum as a tribute to eight terrorists who killed 11 Israelis, Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) reported on its website here.
Until now, the Palestinians who murdered eight Israeli hostages and three Israel Defense Forces soldiers at the Savoy Hotel in Tel Aviv were buried at a cemetery for terrorists.
The mausoleum will hold the bones of Martyrs from the numbered [Israeli military] cemeteries that were transferred [to the Palestinian Authority] months ago, according to a July 29 report in Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, the Palestinian Authority daily publication.
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