The anti-Israel crew usually froths every time a Palestinian
terrorist baker or soccer player gets arrested, even more so when they start a nine to five hunger strike. So it was surprising to see that when arch-terrorist aspiring actor Zakaria Zubeidi was arrested without charge in May, and then started a hunger strike, the same anti-Israelis was eerily silent.
Perhaps it has something to do with him not being arrested by Israel:
Former al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades leader Zakaria Zubeidi, who has been detained in the Palestinian Authority’s Jericho prison for the past three months, has launched a hunger strike.
Zubeidi, who was arrested for his suspected involvement in a shooting that targeted Jenin Governor Kadura Musa, claims he is innocent and is being unjustifiably detained
He is however scheduled for release in the coming days.
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