A summer camp run by Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah faction has been named after one of the most notorious terrorists of the past half-century, a mass-murderer responsible for a terror attack which left 37 Israelis dead and more than 70 wounded.
This summer, Fatah opened the “Martyr Dalal Mughrabi Camp”, named after the Fatah terrorist who helped organize and lead the 1978 Coastal Road Massacre in which 12 Israeli children and 25 adults were slaughtered.
According to the Palestinian Media Watch organization, which tracks anti-Semitic incitement in the PA, the Palestinian Authority’s Ministry of Culture endorsed the Dalal Mughrabi Camp, which was praised by the PA’s official mouthpiece, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, as a place which helped to create “an educated and aware generation.”
“The [PA] Ministry of Culture office in the Salfit district visited the summer camps in Yasuf, with some of the most prominent of them being the Martyr Dalal Mughrabi
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The expectant mother who told local media she had lost her baby when her gender reveal party turned into a deadly mass shooting was never pregnant, police announced.
Cheyanne Willis, 21, was one of the nine people shot at her party on July 8 when two people opened fire on the group as they watched a movie. One attendee, Autumn Garrett, 21, died, while Willis was shot in the leg.
When she was released from the hospital, Willis told local media she had lost her baby.
Now, Colerain Township police say Willis was never pregnant, despite her family’s claims.
Police spokesman James Love tells PEOPLE authorities are frustrated by the apparent lie but continue to try to solve the shooting.
“As ridiculous as it might be, it’s not a crime to lie, its not a crime to have a party over that lie,” says
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COLERAIN TOWNSHIP, Ohio — A woman did not lose an unborn child during a mass shooting at an Ohio gender reveal party as she’d led some to believe, police said Monday.
She was not pregnant in the first place, police spokesman Jim Love said. He said police would let a prosecutor determine whether the woman should face charges.
Police Chief Mark Denney said it’s just one example of how much time investigators have “wasted following leads known to be lies.”
“From the very beginning of this investigation, we have met significant resistance that is uncommon from victims of crime wanting a resolution,” a news release from Denney said.
A gender reveal party is a kind of baby shower, in which an expectant parent or parents share the sex of their unborn child.
Love said the party, held July 8 at a home in suburban Cincinnati, was for the woman who falsely claimed she was pregnant.
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COLERAIN TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Someone has stepped up to offer a $10,000 reward for Saturday’s mass shooting at a gender reveal party.
Jim Love, Colerain Township police spokesman, said the donor wants to remain anonymous but is offering the money for information leading to the arrest of the shooter or shooters.
Nine people were shot, one fatally, as they watched a movie inside a home on Capstan Drive. Police said they believe two people entered the home and opened fire at about 11:20 p.m.
A witness outside said the figures wore hoodies but couldn’t provide much more of a description.
“There is little kids hurt and everything,” she told a 911 operator.
MORE: What 911 calls tell us about Saturday’s mass shooting
The victim who died was 22-year-old Autum Garrett, of Huntington, Indiana. Another woman said she lost her unborn child, though police haven’t yet confirmed that.
Three of the victims were children. They have since been
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COLERAIN TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Cheyanne Willis was shot in the leg Saturday night, at a shower in her unborn baby’s honor.
She said she lost the child. Another woman died. Seven others, including three children, were injured.
It was not Willis’ first encounter with violence. She told WCPO she was attacked on Christmas Eve 2014, claiming another woman punched her and wrote on her face.
Jim Love, Colerain Township police spokesman, said detectives have been getting two or three tips an hour since Saturday night’s shootings on Capstan Drive.
Now they’re now looking into information about the December 2014 case after WCPO told them about it.
Police believe there were two gunmen. But Love said they don’t know why they walked through the front door and shot up the home.
“We are not closer to motive,” he said. “That is one of the biggest questions that we are trying to figure out.”
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Eight people were shot and a ninth person was killed in a mass shooting Saturday night outside Cincinnati, according to police.
Authorities say that family and friends had gathered at a home in Colerain Township, Ohio, when two suspects entered the residence and opened fire about 11:20 p.m.
The violence was brief but left a room full of victims, including three wounded children and a 22-year-old woman dead from multiple gunshots.
Here are five things to know about the case.
1. Shooting Came After Gender Reveal Party
The victims had attended a gender reveal party at the Colerain Township home that Saturday where the expectant mother, 21, announced she was pregnant with a boy, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. The party ended earlier in the night but multiple people, kids and adults, remained inside, according to the paper.
Gunfire erupted soon after the
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COLERAIN TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) –
The search continues for two suspects after a woman died and eight others including three small children were hurt in a mass shooting at a party for a pregnant woman over the weekend.
Autumn Garrett, 22, of Indiana was pronounced dead at the scene of the shooting late Saturday in the 9900 block of Capstan Drive, police said in press conference Sunday.
The three children who were shot, ages 8, 6, and 2, are recovering from non-life threatening injuries at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
The other five victims, all adults, also are expected to recover. Two of them have serious injuries, according to a spokeswoman at University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
The woman who the party was for told FOX19 NOW Sunday morning she lost her baby. Cheyanne Willis said she was shot in the leg, treated and released from the hospital.
Colerain Townshp Police
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COLERAIN TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) –
Nine people who gathered to celebrate a woman’s pregnancy became victims of a mass shooting overnight, police said.
One woman died and five adults and three children were shot during a gender reveal party at a house in the 9900 block of Capstan Drive about 11:30 p.m. Saturday, said police spokesman Jim Love.
WATCH LIVE: 9 shot, 1 killed in Colerain Township
The adults were taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center, according to a hospital spokeswoman.
One is listed in critical condition, a second is considered serious but stable and the three others are in fair condition.
The victims’ identities were not immediately released, and one or two gunmen are on the loose, according to police.
The pregnant woman tells FOX19 NOW the party was for her and she was shot in the leg.
She said her cousin was killed after two men wearing
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