Terroriste kamikaze Palestinien se trompe de date (French)

Tsahal arrete un idiot du Fatah, groupe terroriste d'Arafat:

Dans un communiqué revendiquant la responsabilité de l'attaque terroriste d'Ariel (27 octobre 2002), les Brigades des Martyrs d'Al-Aqsa [d'Arafat] ont par erreur indiqué que l'activiste Muhammad Shakir était responsable de l'attaque. Il s'avère que Shakir n'était pas le terroriste kamikaze impliqué dans l'attentat d'Ariel, mais qu'il s'apprêtait à perpétrer une attaque suicide en Israël. Le communiqué erroné a permis aux forces de Tsahal de procéder à son arrestation le 29.10.02 à Naplouse, ainsi qu'à celle de 13 autres activistes recherchés.

Les employees de Mr. Arafat non seulement sont des tueurs d'enfants mais sont aussi betes comme des vaches. Depuis Octobre 2000, Tsahal (l'armee d'Israel) a arrete 175 Palestiniens qui etaient pret a s'exploser parmis des femmes et enfant Israeliens.





Posted by David Melle
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