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Hamas Calls for Suicide Bombings on Israeli Buses

A bus in Israel has been bombed by a suicide bomber terrorist (Photo: IDF)

While much of the recent violence against the Israeli people has been in the form of stabbings and shootings, Hamas is calling for that to change. The Times of Israel reports that yesterday the terror group called for suicide bombing attacks against Israel:

The Palestinian terror group Hamas called Sunday on activists to carry out suicide bombing attacks against Israelis, specifically on buses, in a manner reminiscent of the devastating attacks of the 2000-2005 Second Intifada.

In a music video posted online, Hamas, the de-facto ruler of the Gaza Strip, praised terrorists who target civilians in front of a burning green-and-white Egged bus, Israel’s main public transportation provider.

“To die as a martyr for Al-Aqsa [Mosque] gives the explosive device more and more force,” the song posted by the official Hamas channel Al-Aqsa TV said.

“The intifada is not an intifada if the bus roof doesn’t fly off.”

The song praised terrorists who perpetrate attacks, claiming they served to “humble” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu...

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