During its meeting on Saturday night, Fatah's Central Committee sent condolences to the "families of our brave martyrs who sacrificed themselves for the liberation of our people."
This move took place shortly after Israel had witnessed two lethal terror attacks over the weekend. On Thursday morning, a Palestinian terrorist stabbed a 13-year old girl to death in her bedroom on Thursday morning after he infiltrated the West Bank settlement of Kiryat Arba, which is located next to Hebron.
On Friday afternoon, Rabbi Michael “Miki” Mark, 48, a father of 10 and the director-general of the Otniel Yeshiva was killed Friday by a Palestinian gunmen as he drove on Route 60 in the South Hebron Hills.
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