PA President sends condolences to Jordanian terrorist killed in Jerusalem attack

September 20, 2016 18:45


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Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas sent his condolences to the family of the Jordanian terrorist who tried to stab policemen at Damascus Gate in Jerusalem on Friday , according to Israel Radio.

The Jordanian citizen was shot and killed while carrying out the attack.

Abbas sent the terrorist's family a letter saying he grieves with the family and labelled the assailant a "Shahid." [Martyr]

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