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"Kill 500 Israelis," Demand Mourners at PA Gunman's Funeral

Palestinian supporters wave flags on a truck at a funeral (Photo: flickr/palestineproject)

This weekend, we reported on the shooting attack that left three IDF soldiers wounded. The shooter was a Palestinian Authority police officer. The Times of Israel reports on the anti-Israel incitement at the terrorist's funeral:

Throngs of marching Palestinians called out “Death to Israel” and demanded that hundreds of Israelis be gunned down, at the funeral Monday of a Palestinian Authority security officer who died carrying out a shooting attack on Israeli troops. Amjad Sakari was shot dead as he fired on Israeli soldiers at a West Bank checkpoint, injuring two of them seriously, on Sunday.

“It is time for the machine gun, to shoot 500 people,” the man leading Sakari’s funeral procession shouted over a megaphone, his words raucously repeated by the mourners, in footage screened by Israel’s Channel 2. “Muhammad’s army will return,” he vowed.

The mourners gathered in the northern West Bank city of Nablus and celebrated Sakari as a “martyr,” with many chanting slogans calling for intensified terror attacks against Jews and Israelis...

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