Hesham El Rokh ; a colonel in the Palestinian Preventive Security Service was killed by unknown
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Hesham El Rokh ; a colonel in the Palestinian Preventive Security Service was killed by unknown

Gaza : Palestine | Sep 05, 2012 at 11:22 AM PDT
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Hesham El Rokh ; was killed by unknown

Jenin (West Bank) (Reuters) -

Wednesday - 5 September

Palestinian security sources said on Wednesday that a colonel in the Palestinian Preventive Security Service was killed shot dead by unknown assailants.

"The investigations are continuing to find out who is behind this incident." Abbas called on the security organizationa to work "with all our strength against that class emerging and exotic for our people from those with suspicious agendas that they want to take us back to chaos square and try to perform suspicious schemes hostile to our people."

He said in a statement carried by the official Palestinian news agency "we will hit with full force the abusers of safety and security of the citizen." One wonders why the Palestinians kill each other ? why the Palestinians are two countries and two peoples ,.

Hamas works for Iran and Abbas works for Israel. Hamas depends on the tunnels expanded to Egypt . Abbas depends on Israel and America , both can not do without Egypt .

The palestinian can not live alone , he should be shouldered by another strong man . The job of a Palestinian is to spy on other people for other people , and to kill someone for another one, treachery and betrayal are good qualities for them .If a Palestinian works in any factory or a company or a school or any foundation, he must espionage on his mates, he is like a parasite which lives on the others What can we do towards a Palestinian ? is to keep away from him , is to beware of him

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