Fatah celebrates 50th anniversary
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The official Facebook page of Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah party is marking 50 years since the first terror attack carried out by the Arab nationalist group - and in typical style has posted a graphic image glorifying the murder of Israelis in celebration.

The image posted on the Fatah Party Central Page shows a pile of skulls and bones, topped with a rifle bearing the Fatah flag.

Several of the bloodied skulls are marked with stars of David. The caption reads: Fatah will remain, over your skulls

Fatah's Facebook page regularly features posts glorifying terrorism or anti-Semitism.

Following the recent massacre at a synagogue in Jerusalem's Har Nof neighborhood, Abbas's party expressed its joy at the news, posting: "Handing out candy in the cities of the West Bank in celebration of the Jerusalem operation, which was carried out to avenge the execution of martyr Yusuf Al-Ramuni and the violations at the Al-Aqsa Mosque," Fatah wrote on its official page

Yusuf Al-Ramuni, a Jerusalem bus driver, hanged himself in an apparent suicide in mid-November. The PA, Hamas and other Palestinian factions insisted he had bee "murdered" however, despite the evidence to the contrary, and his death was used by some as a justification for murdering four worshippers and a police officer at the synagogue.