Anti-War Protesters in Israel Forced to Flee Hamas Rocket Fire
Lefties in Tel Aviv keep staging pathetic anti-war protests and anti-war events and keep having to run away as Hamas opens fire.
And if that doesn’t happen, the locals beat them up, and then Haaretz, The Guardian and 972 Mag (their usual outlets) write whiny stories about Israeli intolerance.
Thousands of Arabs and Israeli leftists showed their solidarity against Israel Saturday night in a protest rally against the IDF war on Hamas terror, but a funny thing happened on the way to the soap box when Hamas rocket fire threatened the area.
Slogans chanted by the protesters included “Stop the war,” “Bring the soldiers back home” and “Jews and Arabs refuse to be enemies,” Channel 2 reported.
Several hundred right-wing activists held a counter-rally at the scene, and police were spread out in the area to prevent altercations between the two sides.
The demonstrations were cut short when Hamas unilaterally ended a humanitarian truce with Israel and resumed rocket-fire from Gaza.
Police ordered them to flee the area as sirens wailed south of metropolitan Gush Dan.
However, when Israel agreed to extend the truce until midnight, police allowed the rally to go forward, but Hamas resumed rocket attacks after 8 p.m., claiming it had never agreed to the 4-hour extension
Ahead of the event, the rally’s organizers said on its Facebook page: “In the face of the war which is taking a heavy, bloody toll of dead and injured on both sides, of destruction and terror, of bombings and rockets, we will stand and demand: End the war now!
Maybe they should go protest in Gaza then.
I’m reminded of how some right-wing counter-protesters have trolled these Communist (Hadash) anti-war rallies in Israel before.
But this time Hamas trolled Hadash.
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