The Jewish settler murdered the Palestinian because he wanted his wage
“He said that his employer [the murderer] refused to pay him and when he insisted to get paid, the employer aimed his pistol towards Saad and shot him,” she recounted last words of her son
An illegal Israeli settler murdered on Wednesday evening Palestinian worker inside an illegal Jewish settlement after the latter insisted to get paid, family sources said.
The Palestinian health ministry said that it was officially informed that a Palestinian citizen was killed inside and Israeli settlement.
It identified the Palestinian victim as Saad Qisiyeh, 24, from the occupied West Bank city of Al-Zahiriyeh, south of Al-Khalil.
Family sources said that the Palestinian citizen used to work in the illegal Jewish settlement outpost of Havat Mor built on a stolen Palestinian land in the south of the occupied West Bank.
His mother said she knew about Saad’s death before the official Israeli announcement, noting that he called her just minutes before he passed away.
“He said that his employer [the murderer] refused to pay him and when he insisted to get paid, the employer aimed his pistol towards Saad and shot him,” she recounted last words of her son.
Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation media reported a completely different story about the murder, claiming that the Palestinian citizen had attempted to murder the Israeli settler, who used his pistol in an act of self-defence.
The Israeli Ynet News claimed that the Palestinian citizen infiltrated into the illegal outpost with two knives and stabbed the settler in front of his family. Then, the settler ran away, brought his pistol and shot the Palestinian, killing him.
Such a narrative exactly similar to the plots of Hollywood movies. As usual, the Israeli officials use the Israeli media to cast false stories to justify the murder of the Palestinians.
However, the Israeli occupation media claimed that the Jewish settler murderer was lightly wounded, but they did not show even an image for his wound.
(Source / 01.03.2017)