Aksa Martyrs' Brigade slams IDF Nablus op, threatens to respond quickly

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December 26, 2009 11:43


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The Fatah's military wing, the Al-Aksa Martyrs' Brigade, issued a statement on Saturday condemning the Israeli military operation in Nablus, in which three terrorists who murdered Rabbi Meir Chai on Thursday, were killed. "This is a despicable ... We will not stand idly by and the holy warriors' blood will not be shed in vain," the group said in a statement cited by Channel 10. "The enemy will see nothing but the language of blood and fire. It [the enemy] will pay for the crime … the response will be quick," the group threatened.

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