Palestinian autocrat Abbas spent part of Christmas eve meeting with Rafat Jawabra, current commander of Fatah’s main terrorist organization, al-Aksa Martyrs Brigades, who was recently released from prison for planning a suicide bombing attack against Israeli civilians 16 years ago.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas spent part of Christmas eve on Sunday night meeting with a former senior commander of the al-Aksa Martys Brigades, Fatah’s military wing, recently released from prison for plotting a suicide bombing attack against Israel 16 years ago.
Rafat Jawabra was received in the PA president’s office on Sunday evening. Photos of the meeting were posted on Fatah’s official Facebook page and in the post, Jawabra is referred to as the commander of the al-Aksa Martyrs Brigades, a known terrorist organization. Continue Reading »