Skip to comments."Work" accident: The two "Palestinian" terrorists who were injured in a bomb explosion - wanted residents of Nablus
Posted on 10/13/2022 5:34:14 AM PDT by Conservat1
The two "Palestinian" terrorists who were injured in a bomb explosion - wanted residents of Nablus. One of them had his arm and leg amputated
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13.10.22. Update: Along with Muhammad Al-Khamash, whose hand was cut off by the bomb explosion, Tisir Al-Kharaz was also seriously injured. Both are wanted residents of Nablus. Alkharaz's father is an officer with the rank of Aqid (عقيد equivalent to colonel) in the Palestinian counter-intelligence.
Source: Abu Ali
Cool. The Sharia law penalty for theft!
Not sure pro Sharia Linda Sarsour is happy
Where’s the “I’m only going to show you this once.” cartoon when you need it?
The two “Palestinian” terrorists who were injured in a bomb explosion
One has to imagine it’s extremely difficult to get worker’s comp insurance for jobs such as this.
And also don’t forget the “72 virgins” Islamists-terrorists’ cr#p
Maybe not since Joe reinstated the annnual billion $ payout to the Palestinians, who in turn give this money to the families of these murders.
Maybe they can plead their case to them.
Possibly..if they lived in California.
Biden will give the guy a pension, while he puts abortion protesters in jail. Wasn’t there a TV show called Law and Order, once upon a time? Now we have the nightmare on Pennsylvania Avenue. No more freedoms, now we have a dictator, well they got the dick part right.
The downside of that is?
Ooh, Nablus. That village famous for uploading videos of all residents dancing in the streets on 9.12.
No matter how many times it happens, it’s still funny!
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