. The Last Words of Mahir (“Hamza”) Abu-Surur
The first of the three Giants to offer up his last will and testament is Mahir Abu–Surur. He begins his last statement by connecting Paradise and the Last Day. Leaving this world had long been Abu–Surur's goal. Lots of people felt obliged to talk about the Last Days during the intifada. He soon turns to the operation itself, and as he and Muhammad Rushdi rally back and forth, a certain one-upmanship seems at work. Rushdi seems unrehearsed while Abu–Surur seems to have thought about what he would do for a long time.
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