KHALIL MUHAMMAD AL-ANATI, ONE OF 25 FATAH TERRORISTS, OPERATIVES, AFFILIATES ON THE ORIGINAL HUMANIZE PALESTINE WEBSITE
The original Humanize Palestine websites were created as a memorial for martyred Palestinian terror operatives.
To view photographs of the 25 Fatah terrorists, operatives, and affiliates found on the Humanize Palestine websites’ photo gallery, click HERE.
لمشاهدة صور 25 إرهابياً من فتح، وعملاء، ومنتسبين موجودين في معرض الصور الفوتوغرافية لمواقع الإنترنت لـ”أنسِر فلسطين”، انقر هنا.
THE ORIGINAL HUMANIZE PALESTINE NARRATIVE:
Memorializing Palestinian Terrorists
IN MEMORY: KHALIL MUHAMMAD AL-ANATI
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Khalil Muhammad al-Anati, 11 years old, was killed on Sunday, August 10, 2014, in the Al-Fawar refugee camp, south of Hebron in the West Bank.
An Israeli soldier had opened the door of his armored jeep, picked up his rifle, aimed it at the upper body of the boy, who was running with his back to the soldier, and cut him down with one bullet. The bullet was fired from a distance of a few dozen meters… According to testimony, there were only another three or four young children in the street; they were throwing stones at the jeep.
Someone heard him shout, in Arabic: “The bastards shot me.”- His last words.
As for Khalil, he was supposed to have attended a local day camp during the final days of the summer vacation, and was also getting ready to enter the sixth grade. He had been accompanying his father as he sold used clothing and old television sets; he buys them from a dealer in nearby Halhoul and offers them for sale to the camp’s residents.
Two days before his death, neighbors had collected donations for residents of the Gaza Strip. Khalil stole a blanket from home and brought it to the local mosque as his contribution to his brethren in Strip.
Here is footage and images of Khalil’s funeral in Hebron.
4 THOUGHTS ON “IN MEMORY: KHALIL MUHAMMAD AL-ANATI”
- ROBYN August 24, 2014 at 9:01 pm REPLYI am so sorry for your loss – I have 2 grandsons the same age and cannot imagine ever losing them let alone in such a callous and cowardly act. May God bless you and your family and bring you all peace. Please stay safe and look after each other – there is nothing more precious than your family and the children .Like
- SKYWALKERSTORYTELLER August 25, 2014 at 1:00 pm REPLYEternal rest grant unto him oh, Lord, may he rest in peace. Om mani padme hum
THE FACTUALLY CORRECT NARRATIVE:
Identifying Palestinian Terrorists
FATAH AFFILIATE: KHALIL MUHAMMAD AL-ANATI
THE STRAITS TIMES
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Israeli troops kill Palestinian boy, 11, during clash with West Bank protesters, says relative
PUBLISHEDAUG 10, 2014, 7:17 PM SGT
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli soldiers killed a Palestinian boy during a confrontation with rock-throwing protesters in the occupied West Bank on Sunday, a relative who witnessed the incident said.
Mr Youssef al-Anati said his 11-year-old nephew, Khalil, was shot dead even though he was not taking part in the disturbances near the city of Hebron. The boy was taken to a local hospital, which said he had been hit in the back with a live bullet.
“Khalil was standing outside and at a distance some kids were throwing stones at the Israeli army,” Mr al-Anati told Reuters. “Suddenly Khalil collapsed to the ground and we rushed to him; he was all covered in blood.”
THE PALESTINE CHRONICLE
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Israeli Forces Shoot, Kill 12-year-old Palestinian Boy near Hebron
A 12-year old Palestinian boy was shot dead by Israeli soldiers while playing in front of his home in al-Fawwar refugee camp south of Hebron in the southern West Bank early Sunday, medics told Ma’an.
Palestinian medical sources at Hebron’s al-Ahli Hospital told Ma’an that Khalil Muhammad Ahmad al-Anati arrived at the hospital after being shot in the back.
They said that the gunshot entered through the victim’s lower abdomen and exited through his groin.
Doctors tried their best to resuscitate the boy and stop severe bleeding, but they announced his death shortly after he arrived in the emergency room.
Medics told AFP that Khalil was 11.
Locals told Ma’an that shortly before the boy was killed an Israeli military force escorted Israeli engineers into a neighborhood known as Nabat al-Haffara for unknown reasons.
“We don’t know what they (the Israelis) were doing,” Yussef al-Anati told AFP, crying, his shirt soaked in blood after carrying his nephew to hospital.
“Khalil was playing in front of the house, then we heard gunfire. The kid was screaming and fell down,” he said. “He was shot in the back and the bullet exited through his stomach.”
A few young men hurled stones at the soldiers in response to the military incursion, and the soldiers subsequently opened fire at the boys, locals said.
A bullet hit al-Anati while he was standing in front of his home.
He was evacuated to the hospital in a private car.
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On 10 August 2014, Khalil Muhammad Ahmad al-‘Anati (10) of al-Fawwar refugee camp, Hebron Governorate, was shot in the back and killed while in a company of boys who were throwing stones at a military jeep.
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… at approximately 9:30 A.M., a white Water Authority jeep drove into the refugee camp, accompanied by two army vehicles. The white jeep reached a water facility inside the camp and the army vehicles stopped nearby, at two different locations close to the camp’s main road. Some five boys and youths, including Khalil ‘Anati, threw stones at one of the army vehicles from alleys leading off the main road. Some ten minutes later, the white jeep drove out of the camp, followed by the army vehicles.
Tha’er ‘Anati, who lives on a hill overlooking the main road and described what he saw:
Looking out from my house, I saw four or five boys throwing stones at an army jeep that was parked on the main road, at the entrance to the route that leads to the water facility. The boys were throwing the stones from an alley off the main road, where the jeep was parked. I went up onto the roof to see what was going on. The boys continued throwing stones. At first, for about ten minutes, the soldiers didn’t respond. I saw the white jeep drive out of the camp. Then, the army jeep that was parked facing the center of the camp started driving. It moved about 20 meters and reached the entrance to the alley where the boys were. There, it turned around and drove slowly along the road, until it stopped at the entrance to another alley. I saw the driver open the door and immediately heard a gunshot. Later, I heard that Khalil ‘Anati had been hit by that shot and died.
Fares al-‘Ajarmeh, who lives by the alley where ‘Anati was shot:
I heard voices outside my house. I thought it had to do with the army being in the camp. I opened the window that looks out onto the alley and saw a 10-year-old boy that I know, Khalil ‘Anati, running through the alley. I think he entered it from the main road. I also saw an army jeep standing in the main road, right opposite the alley.
The driver opened the door and fired one bullet from his rifle. I heard the shot and then the boy shouted: “They shot me, the sons of bitches shot me”.
Investigation status: On 1 September 2014, the MAG Corps informed B’Tselem that a criminal investigation had been launched. On 12 April 2017, Israeli daily Haaretz reported that the case had been closed after “the investigation found that the troops had acted out of a sense of mortal danger, and that no link between the gunfire and the death of the boy, Khalil Anati, could be proven.”
In the al-Fawwar refugee camp on Aug 10, 2014, Mohammed Khalil al-Anati, a 11-year-old Palestinian, was shot and killed allegedly by an Israeli soldier, during a confrontation with rock-throwing protesters.
A Water Authority jeep accompanied by two army vehicles providing security, entered the refugee camp. At the entrance to the route that leads to the water facility, 4 or 5 boys, including al-Anati, threw stones from an alley, at an army jeep.
The boys continued throwing stones for about ten minutes, no response from the soldiers. When the Water Authority jeep drove out of the camp, an army jeep stopped at an alley, a shot was fired, al-Anati was hit and he shouted, “They shot me, the sons of bitches shot me.” He later died of his wounds.
KHALIL MUHAMMAD AL-ANATI’S AFFILIATION
رثاء الشهيد:خليل محمد العناتي
Lamentation of the martyr: Khalil Mohammed al – Anati
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SCREEN GRABS FROM VIDEO
The Logo of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades, the military wing of Fatah
Khalil Muhammad al-Anati was 11 years old, a child, a Palestinian child, indoctrinated by his family to hate and commit violent acts. The last words he spoke before he died, demonstrate this: “They shot me, the sons of bitches shot me.”
Khalil Muhammad al-Anati’s family was either engaged in terrorism or strongly supported it, demonstrated by this screen grab from a YouTube video:
Superimposed over the body of Anati, draped in a Fatah flag, depicted with family members mourning alongside his body, is the logo of the al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades, the military wing of Fatah
The al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades is a U.S. designated Foreign Terrorist Organization
This is who Khalil Muhammad al-Anati‘s family is.
CREATING FALSE NARRATIVES WITH PHOTOGRAPHS
The original Humanize Palestine website routinely did this, the photographs of the Palestinian ‘martyrs’ on their website concealed their terror organization affiliation. Khalil Muhammad al-Anati was an example of this.
Below are two pictures of al-Anati, one above the other, for comparison:
Above, the top photograph of al-Anati is how al-Anati is portrayed on the original Humanize Palestine website, his terror organization affiliation concealed, 11 years old, was killed on Sunday, August 10, 2014, in the Al-Fawar refugee camp, south of Hebron in the West Bank.
Above, the bottom photograph is who al-Anati truthfully was, a Fatah operative. This is the al-Anati, draped with a Fatah shroud, wearing a Fatah headband, who appears with the logo of the al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades superimposed over his body. The al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades is a U.S. designated Foreign Terrorist Organization and the military wing of Fatah, this is who the al-Anati family is.