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Abbas Meets Terrorists In Turkey

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Following PA President Mahmoud Abbas’s trip to Ankara to meet terrorists freed in the Shalit trade, the Prime Minister’s office expressed their disappointment.

The Prime Minister’s office released a Facebook statement that said, “We are disappointed with the unfortunate decision of President Abbas to meet with the terrorist temptress Amna Muna who’s internet trap led to the brutal murder of an innocent Israeli teen. Instead of promoting peace and reconciliation the Palestinian leadership seems to be putting extremist murderers up on a pedestal. This raises serious questions as to their commitment and to their desire to end the conflict.”

Among the terrorists that Abbas met were seductress Amna Muna who was involved in the death of Ofir Rahum in 2001, and Jihad Yaamur who was involved in the kidnapping and murder of Nachshon Wachsman in 1994.

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