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Palestinian Authority flatters tri-generational Eichmann inspired terrorist family

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Submitted by Jerry (United States), Nov 6, 2021 at 22:00

'Followers: The father is called Eichmann, the son a terrorist.' Adv. Maurice Hirsch and Nan Jacques Zilberdick, PMW, June 24, 2021.
https://www.palwatch.org.il/main.aspx?fi=157&doc_id=27902

On the occasion of the hunger strike of prisoner al-'Dhanfar Abu Atwan, who is being held in an Israeli prison, the PA's official newspaper decided to dedicate a flattering article to his family.

According to the article, the prisoner's grandfather was a terrorist who was arrested and later deported. The grandfather decided to name his son Eichmann after and as a sign of identification with the Nazi tyrant Adolf Eichmann, the architect of the "Final Solution" who was executed at the time.

The Palestinian Eichmann continued his father's path, and was arrested and imprisoned for his involvement in terrorism.

Today, the son of the Palestinian Eichmann is also behind bars...

'Eichmann went the same way, and was arrested in 1989 ...

Eichmann came out of prison and gave birth to Al-Achenfer, who continued on the same path of struggle. It is worth noting that he is the nephew of the prisoner Manif Abu Atwan, a prisoner sentenced to five life sentences ... " '
[The official newspaper of the PA, al-Hayat al-Jadida, 13/06/2021]

"Prisoner al-'Danfer Musa Abu Atwan is a descendant of the warrior family, who historically, for many decades, loved the struggle. His grandfather participated in the revolutionary activity before the 1967 property, and commanded armed groups. The grandfather was arrested in late 1967 and sentenced to eight years in prison. At that time, his uncle Bagges Abu Atwan ... was in demand for seven years.

During that time, their home was blown up three times, and his family lived in a Red Cross tent for three years. His aunt Hifa'a was imprisoned for nine months, and his aunt Abla for six months. His grandfather, Musa Abu Atwan, was deported a month before his release, and he remained in exile until his death.

Because of his love for his homeland, he gave birth to a child and gave him the name Eichmann to upset Zionism. After the Mossad executed Adolf Eichmann, his grandfather [of Eladenfer] said: "The one who burned the Jews out of hatred went, and the Palestinian Eichmann was born."

Eichmann went the same way, and was arrested in 1989 ...

Eichmann was released from prison and gave birth to El'danfer, who continued in the same path of struggle. It is worth noting that he is the nephew of the prisoner Manif Abu Atwan, a prisoner sentenced to five life sentences ... "

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