Members of the Palestinian soccer team Hilal Al-Quds were photographed on Thursday holding a banner in honor of the killed terrorist who murdered two on Jerusalem's Ammunition Hill on Sunday. The 40-year-old terrorist's name, which was cleared for publication on Thursday, was Masbah Abu Sabih.
Alongside a picture of Abu Sabih, a resident of the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan, the banner contained the text, "The Hilal Al-Quds Club mourns the lion of al-Aqsa, the martyr, the hero Masbah Abu Sabih." The players also stood for a moment of silence in memory of the man who murdered 1st Sgt. Yossi Kirma and Levana Malihi.
The players were playing in the Faisal Al-Husseini International Stadium in al-Ram, north of Jerusalem. Though Abu Sabih's place of residence was officially Silwan, he resided for many years in al-Ram, along with his family, who own a sweetshop in the city, which the IDF closed after they were distributing sweets to the city's residence in celebration of the terrorist attack.