MUHAMMAD QATTRI, 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: MUHAMMAD QATTRI
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Muhammad Qattri (also known as Abu Hassan), 19 years old, was killed by Israeli soldiers on Friday August 8, 2014. He was from al-Ama’ari refugee camp, south of Ramallah.
Just a few hours prior to his killing, Muhammad had eaten his lunch at home. And as he so often did, he ate quickly and left the house to take part in a protest after noon prayer without telling his mother. He regularly participated in protests across the occupied West Bank, including outside Ofer military prison and the Beit El settlement.
During Israel’s Summer 2014 Operation Protective Edge, Muhammad had told his friend, “I want to do something for Gaza. I wish I were there. I hate that all we can do is throw rocks.” On the day he was killed, he headed to the Israeli settlement of Psagot, near al-Bireh, where a group of Palestinian youths were confronting the Israeli occupation army. He was shot in the leg during the protest, and then was held in detention in Psagot settlement. He was apparently shot in the head and beaten during his detention in Psagot settlement.
From Electronic Intifada:
A refugee from the village of Naani near Ramle that was ethnically cleansed in 1948, Abu Hassan worked at the Joseph Blatter football academy in al-Bireh. He was fiercely passionate about playing and watching football.
Aya Khattab, who plays football for the under-sixteen Palestinian women’s football team, met Abu Hassan at the academy. “He supported our team fervently,” a tearful Aya recalled. “He would never miss any of our training sessions or matches. He was always there to cheer us on and play football with us. All the girls on the team loved him.”
Her teammate Ahlam Eid, one of Abu Hassan’s closest friends, described him as the “nicest guy I’ve ever met. He was a huge Real Madrid and Cristiano Ronaldo fan and constantly teased me by saying that I’m not a true Madridista because I don’t watch all of their matches in the Spanish League.”
His friend Ahlam Eid recalls Abu Hassan telling her once: “Please, if I die, tell my mother to forgive me. Ask her not to be angry that I didn’t heed her warnings not to go to protests.”
A week before Abu Hassan’s murder, his friend Oday Jaber, also 19, was killed by Israeli occupation forces in a protest in the Ramallah-area village of Saffa.
After hearing of Oday’s killing, Abu Hassan posted his friend’s picture on Facebook and wrote, “I’m the next martyr.”
THE MEMORIALIZATION OF A PALESTINIAN TERRORIST
(By the original Humanize Palestine Website)
ONE THOUGHT ON “IN MEMORY: MUHAMMAD QATTRI”
THE FACTUALLY CORRECT NARRATIVE:
Identifying Palestinian Terrorists
FATAH TERRORIST: MUHAMMAD QATTRI
THE GENERATIONS RADIO NETWORK
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شبكة أجيال الإذاعية ARN_ شيع المواطنون في محافظة رام الله والبيرة بعد صلاة ظهر اليوم السبت، جثمان الشهيد الشاب محمد القطري “19 عاماً”، ووري الثرى في مقبرة مدينة البيرة.
كان القطري “19 عاماً” ارتقى مساء أمس الجمعة خلال مواجهات اندلعت مع قوات الاحتلال قرب مستوطنة ” بسغوت” المقامة على أراضي المواطنين في مدينة البيرة، حيث أصيب برصاصة مباشرة بالصدر أدت إلى استشهاده على الفور.
وعم إضراب تجاري وأغلقت جميع المحال أبوابها اليوم في وسط مدينة رام الله حداداً على روح الشهيد.
Funeral of the martyr mohammed al-Qatari
The radio network of Generations ARN_ Shiites in Ramallah and Al-Bireh governorate after saturday noon prayers, the body of the young martyr Mohammed al-Qatari “19 years old”, and the wealth in the cemetery of the city of Al-Bireh.
The 19-year-old Qatari rose friday evening during clashes with israeli forces near the settlement of “Bisgot”, which is located on the territory of citizens in the city of Al-Bireh, where he was hit by a direct bullet in the chest that led to his immediate death.
A commercial strike was held and all shops were closed today in downtown Ramallah to mourn the martyr’s soul
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استشهاد الشاب محمد القطري بمواجهات في البيرة
بتاريخ الجمعة 8/8/2014
هُنا القدس | شذى حمّاد
استشهد الشاب محمد أحمد القطري (19) عاما، مساء الجمعة، إثر مواجهات عنيفة اندلعت بالقرب من مستوطنة بسغوت المقامة على أراضي مدينة البيرة.
وذكر العضو في اللجنة الشعبية لمخيم الأمعري طه البس لـ هُنا القدس، أن أحمد أصيب برصاصة من النوع الحي خلال المواجهات التي اندلعت ظهر اليوم قرب مستوطنة بسغوت، مبينا أن قوات الاحتلال اعتقلته قبل استشهاده وقد كان مصابا.
وبين أن سلطات الاحتلال تعنت في تسليم جثمان محمد القطري بعد استشهاده، وسلمته للارتباط الفلسطيني الساعة الثامنة والنصف ليلا.
ولفت البس إلى أن الشهيد محمد القطيري أحد الناشطين والفاعلين في المجال الاجتماعي والرياضي في مخيم الأمعري.
وأكد البس على أن المخيم أغلق بشكل كاملا حدادا على روح الشهيد محمد، مضيفا أن إجراءات التشييع لم تقرر بعد وسيتم التصريح بها غدا.
Young Mohammed al-Qatari killed in clashes in Al-Bireh
Friday, August 8, 2014
Here’s Jerusalem | Shatha Hammad
Mohammed Ahmed al-Qatari, 19, was killed friday evening after violent clashes broke out near the Settlement of Bisgot, which is located on the land of al-Bireh.
Ahmed was wounded by a live bullet during the clashes that broke out this afternoon near the Settlement of Bisgot, indicating that the occupying forces arrested him before he was martyred and was injured.
He explained that the occupation authorities were intransigent in handing over the body of Mohammed al-Qatari after his martyrdom, and handing him over to the Palestinian liaison at 8:30 p.m.
Al-Bass said the martyr Mohammed al-Qatiri is one of the activists and actors in the social and sports field in al-Amari camp.
Al-Bas sat down for the funeral, adding that the funeral procedures have not yet been decided and will be announced tomorrow.
BTSELEM HUMAN RIGHTS NGO
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Muhammad Ahmad Yusef Qatri
18 years old, resident of al-Am’ari R.C, Ramallah and al-Bira District, killed on 08 Aug 2014 next to Psagot, Ramallah and al-Bira District, by live ammunition. . Additional information: Shot in the chest by a soldier after he threw stones in clashes that erupted during a protest against the military’s actions in Operation Protective Edge.
MUHAMMAD QATTRI’S FATAH AFFILIATION
الذكرى الثانية لاستشهاد البطل محمد احمد يوسف القطري (ابو حسن ) ملتقانا في الجنة
The second anniversary of the martyrdom of the hero Mohammed Ahmed Yousef al-Qatari (Abu Hassan) met us in Paradise
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SCREEN GRABS FROM VIDEO
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Muhammad Qattri was a resident of the al-Amari refugee camp, an “activist” and a member of Fatah.
On August 8, 2014, during violent clashes with Israeli forces, during a protest against Operation Protective Edge, the 2014 Gaza war, Qattri was shot in the chest after he threw stones at the troops. This led to his immediate death.
PATENTLY FALSE NARRATIVE, ORIGINAL HUMANIZE PALESTINE WEBSITE
ORIGINAL HUMANIZE PALESTINE WEBSITE
“He was shot in the leg during the protest, and then was held in detention in Psagot settlement. He was apparently shot in the head and beaten during his detention in Psagot settlement.“
“Shot in the chest by a soldier after he threw stones in clashes“ Btselem NGO
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. Muhammad Qattri was an example of this.
Below are two pictures of Qattri, side by side, for comparison:
The photograph of Qattri on the left is how Qattri is portrayed on the original Humanize Palestine website, his terror organization affiliation concealed, 19 years old, was killed by Israeli soldiers on Friday August 8, 2014 … was shot in the leg during the protest, and then was held in detention in Psagot settlement. He was apparently shot in the head and beaten during his detention in Psagot settlement.
The photograph on the right is who Qattri truthfully was, a Fatah terror operative. This is the Qattri who appears in a YouTube video and Facebook, the Qattri who was shot in the chest by a soldier after he threw stones in clashes that erupted during a protest against the military’s actions in Operation Protective Edge.