Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah Posts Tribute to Lod Airport Massacre Terrorist

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The Fatah party of our “peace partner” Mahmoud Abbas has published this on their Facebook page: a tribute to Japanese Red Army terrorist Kōzō Okamoto.

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Who is kuzoo amato?!

A Japanese activist carried out an operation against Zionists in Palestine.

Islam converted to 24 years of age and took part in the lod airport operation in 1972, in which 26 r was killed, in families after its ammunition.

He was sentenced to death and commuted to the temple after pressure from Japan.

He was released in 1985

What a guy!

More on the Lod Airport massacre this terrorist being lionized by Fatah was involved in:

On May 30, 1972, Israel’s only international airport was shaken by its first deadly terrorist attack, shattering the foundation of the state’s security. The massacre was significant not only for Israel, but also for Puerto Rico, whose nation was hit for the first time by the phenomenon of terrorism, losing many citizens in the attack.

On that day, 40 years ago, three inconspicuous Japanese men dressed in business suits disembarked Air France Flight 132 from Rome and strolled into the baggage claim area. After retrieving what appeared to be violin cases, the men pulled out machine guns, opened fire and threw grenades indiscriminately at the crowds of people. One of the three, Tsuyoshi Okudaira, ran out onto the tarmac and began shooting at passengers descending the stairs from an El Al plane before taking his own life.

The gunmen killed 26 people: 17 Christian pilgrims from Puerto Rico, one Canadian citizen, and eight Israelis, and 80 people were injured. Among the Israelis killed was renowned scientist Aharon Katzir, whose brother, Ephraim Katzier became president a few years later. Gunman Yasuyuki Yasuda was also shot dead during the attack – it is unclear whether by his own weapon or that of his partners or security forces. The lone surviving gunman, Kozo Okomato, was injured, arrested by security forces and given a life sentence. He was later freed in the 1985 prisoner swap known as the Gibril Deal between Israel and the Palestinians.

Besides Fatah posting tributes about him, note that he and his fellow Japanese Red Army terrorists were recruited by the PFLP – the same PFLP that is currently masquerading as “human rights” organization ADDAMEER, and which boasts former members like Leila Khaled – recently invited to speak at the European parliament and even receiving a warm applause.

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