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Reuters : Weeping woman
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: October 24, 2022 10:19AM
Reuters top photos of the day
Mass murdering terrorist killed...so Reuters has a pic of his weeping grandma (no bias here)


The grandmother of Palestinian Den of Lions member Tamer Kilani attends his funeral after he was killed in an explosion, in Nablus in the Israeli-occupied West Bank October 23. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafa

23 October - Tamer al-Kilani, a founding member of the Lions' Den, was killed by a bombing planted on a motorcycle in Nablus, in the occupied West Bank.

•August - The first mention of the group was made by Palestinian media on 15 August. The group claimed responsibility for an attack on IDF soldiers in Rujeib, West Bank.
•2 September - The group held its first rally in Nablus, honouring two Palestinian Islamic Jihad members who had been killed in July.
•9 September- Israeli police said that they had foiled a plan by the group to carry out a large-scale terrorist attack in southern Tel Aviv, and arrested a suspect trying to enter the city carrying two pipe bombs and a submachine gun.
•19 September- An Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades commander, Musaba Shtayyeh, was arrested by Palestinian Authority servicemen in Nablus resulting in clashes between hundreds of militants and security forces, resulting in one civilian being shot and killed by the PA force. Palestinian security forces said that they had discovered Shtayyeh was also a member of the Lion's Den.
•22 September- Bullets are fired at the Israeli settlement of Har Bracha and a nearby military post. The IDF said they found 60 shell casings nearby. The Lion's Den claimed responsibility.
•25 September- One member was killed in an IDF ambush.
•2 October- A taxi and bus were shot at by militants near Elon Moreh in the West Bank, injuring the taxi driver. A demonstration by local Israeli settlers to protest the incident was attacked with gunfire, wounding a soldier. The Lion's Den claimed responsibility for the incidents.
•Bullets are fired at Israeli troops near Itamar and Beita, but nobody was harmed.
•5 October- An IDF raid to find the suspects of the 2 October attacks arrested a member of the group and resulted in one militant being killed.
•11 October- Israeli settlers held a demonstration in Jerusalem to protest the recent attacks. A 21-year old Israeli soldier who had been assigned to defend the group was shot and killed. The Lion's Den claimed responsibility.
•16 October According to the Jerusalem Post, Hebrew media reported that Prime Minister Yair Lapid, alternate prime minister Naftali Bennett and Defense Minister Benny Gantz along with the heads of Israel's Mossad and Shin Bet, met to discuss the group and the recent escalations in the West Bank.
•18 October- Suhaib Shtayyeh, Musaba Shtayyeh's younger brother, was identified as a member of the group and arrested by the IDF.
•23 October - Tamer al-Kilani, a founding member of the Lions' Den, was killed by a bombing planted on a motorcycle in Nablus, in the occupied West Bank.



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Re: Reuters : Weeping woman
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: October 25, 2022 08:25AM
Here's one of those event pictures Reuters chooses not to bother you with


Members of the Palestinian armed factions hold a press conference over the tension in East Jerusalem, in Gaza City, on October 14, 2022
(photo credit: ATTIA MUHAMMED/FLASH90)



funny, I don't see any weeping women or wide-eyed children on the stage



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Re: Reuters : Weeping woman
Posted by: Acer
Date: October 25, 2022 09:03AM
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Steve G.
Here's one of those event pictures Reuters chooses not to bother you with


Members of the Palestinian armed factions hold a press conference over the tension in East Jerusalem, in Gaza City, on October 14, 2022
(photo credit: ATTIA MUHAMMED/FLASH90)



funny, I don't see any weeping women or wide-eyed children on the stage

Good trigger discipline, though.
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