How twisted.
Palestinian Authority MP Dr. Mustafa Barghouti blamed Israel for the slaughter of the three kidnapped school boys.
‘They shouldn’t have been there’.

The boys were kidnapped and slaughtered on their way home from school.
Yesterday, the bodies of the three kidnapped Israeli teens were found in the West Bank. They were shot to death and buried under rocks.
israeli teens kidnapped
Naftali Fraenkel, Gilad Shaar, and Eyal Yifrah.

Palestinian MP Dr. Mustafa Barghouti says it’s Israel’s fault.

Israel National News reported:

Palestinian Authority MP Dr. Mustafa Barghouti blames Israel for the murder of three teens.

“Moderate” Palestinian Authority (PA) leader Dr. Mustafa Barghouti accused Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu himself of being responsible for the murder of teens Naftali Frenkel (16), Gilad Sha’ar (16), and Eyal Yifrah (19) on Tuesday. Barghouti went on to justify the murders, claiming Palestinian Arabs cannot be held responsible for their actions.

“First of all, let me tell you, I am sorry for the deaths of anybody – including these three people and also for the ten Palestinians, who were killed by the Israeli Army this week,” Barghouti began, in an interview with CNN.

He then accused Prime Minister Netanyahu of calling Palestinian children “monsters” – despite the fact that Netanyahu only referred to the murderers as “human animals” in his speech Monday night – and claimed that the PA has no “actual control” over its own land.

“Regarding the Palestinian Authority, I think that there is no place in the West Bank today which is actually under the control of the Palestinian Authority,” Barghouti claimed, accusing Israel of “invading” the PA.

“I think that the person who is responsible for the death of these young people is Netanyahu himself,” he fired, “by sending them into illegal settlements by international law.”

 

 

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