Meet the new Palestinian baby girl 'Knife of Jerusalem'

Announcement posted on Fatah Facebook page.

October 26, 2015 17:05
Photo of Palestinian baby Knife of Jerusalem with birth certificate.

Photo of Palestinian baby Knife of Jerusalem with birth certificate.. (photo credit: PALESTINIAN MEDIA WATCH)


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Amid the spate of recent stabbing attacks against Israelis a baby in the Gaza Strip a newborn girl in the Gaza Strip was given the name Knife of Jerusalem, the Israeli research institute Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) and MEMRI (the Middle East Media Research Institute) reported on Monday.

The announcement was made along with a photo of Knife of Jerusalem and her birth certificate on Palestinian political movement Fatah's official Facebook page.

Meet the new Palestinian baby girl 'Knife of Jerusalem'"A [Palestinian] civilian from Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip named his daughter 'Knife of Jerusalem,' read the Facebook page post last Friday, PMW and MEMRI reported.

At the beginning of the month, a Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) representative said that senior PA and Fatah officials are involved in the incitement that is fanning the violence behind the current terror wave.

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