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Hamas Urges Killing of Jews, Praises 'Peaceful' Protests

As Palestinian rioting on the Gaza border continues, Hamas officials claim that the actions are "peaceful" protests. But, along with these lies, The Times of Israel's Adam Rasgon reports, Hamas also continues to call for the murder of Jews:

“O Muslims, wherever you find a Zionist Jew, you must kill him because that is an expression of your solidarity with the al-Aqsa Mosque and an expression of your solidarity with… your Jerusalem, your Palestine and… your people,” said Hamad, a member of the Hamas politburo.

Since its founding it the late 1980s, Hamas has blessed, encouraged, and orchestrated many lethal stabbings, shootings, suicide bombings and other types of attacks against Israelis.

Hamad praised what he termed the “peaceful” protest movement in the Gaza Strip, but — alluding to recent violence, which has stoked fears of another war — said armed factions in the coastal enclave were prepared to engage with Israel.

Since March 30, groups of Palestinians in Gaza have protested along the border fence with Israel, ostensibly to support the return of Palestinian refugees and their descendants to their ancestral homes in Israel and pressure the Jewish state to lift restrictions on the movement of goods and people into and out of the Strip...

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