Rocket attacks. Fiery kites and balloons. Shootings. Stabbings. Each week, it seems, further violence is perpetrated against Israel and her people. But that should not be a surprise, Uri Bollag writes at The Jerusalem Post, as Palestinian incitement is also increasing as the "dream of destroying the state of Israel has not been abandoned":
Against the backdrop of the terrorist attacks in the in the Barkan industrial zone and Gush Etzion, the Palestinian Authority, led by Mahmoud Abbas, is consistently voicing it's firm support for terrorist attacks while Hamas is calling for a renewal of suicide attacks in Judea and Samaria, the report said.
The report, which is sponsored by the Ministry of Strategic and Public Affairs, deals with Palestinian incitement against Israel is expected to be published monthly and distributed among government officials, the defense establishment and foreign missions in Israel.
It outlines how under the pretext of the 25th anniversary of the Oslo agreements and the expected demolition of the Bedouin village of Khan al-Ahmar, Palestinian factions are carrying out systematic, antisemitic incitement against Israel, calling for a third Intifada and attempting to organize a boycott of the Eurovision song contest taking place in Tel Aviv next year, the report claimed.
Meanwhile, Gaza residents are called upon to continue rioting along the border fence through inciting cartoons published on Hamas-affiliated networks, impelling them to harass IDF forces, attempt to break through the fence and use several means of force against the IDF...