“Let them taste instant death” – Terrorist’s poem on Facebook prior to his car ramming attack

Sand Al-Turman, suspect in the car ramming attack near the First Station center in Jerusalem on February 6, 2020, is taken out by prison guards outside the Jerusalem Magistrates Court on February 7, 2020. Yonatan Sindel/Flash90 *** Local Caption *** ????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ??????? ??????? ????? ???? ??? ??-?????? ????? ??????

Palwatch: This is another example of Facebook’s double standards. Since it is Facebook’s policy to allow Fatah’s terror promotion on Facebook as PMW has documented, the terrorist’s video promoting violence is still up and viewable on Fatah’s Facebook page. So is another video he made with this poem:

Terrorist Sanad Al-Turman: “Do you think that you – when you burned me, danced like a devil on my body, and let the winds scatter me before the gaze of the sun in desolateness.”

Do you think that with this you erased my right, my history, and my faith? You will try in vain. It is impossible to eradicate a revolutionary – today I am the resurrection of the dead – one day I will come! [Official Fatah Facebook page, Feb. 6, 2020]

PMW has shown that Fatah and Facebook previously have promoted this poem as part of a video honoring a suicide bomber who murdered one and wounded over 100.

Al-Turman fled the scene but Israeli security forces arrested him later the same day. Al-Turman is awaiting trial as of Feb. 9, 2020. Read More …

Opinion: Hiding in plain sight. A 21st century Amalek (Exodus 17:16) maims and kills while the world looks the other way.

Songs and poems about killing Jews are on Facebook with no restrictions. Our Facebook page has been restricted to ‘author view only’ on multiple occasions.