Hamas Lauds Ramming Attack

Hamas Lauds Ramming Attack

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After two Palestinian terrorists were shot while running down Israeli soldiers in the West Bank, those who incite and inspire such terrorism were not quiet. Arutz Sheva’s David Rosenberg reports that Hamas quickly praised the attackers and their evil handiwork:

The Hamas terror organization expressed support Monday for a ramming attack in Samaria overnight which left two Israeli soldiers injured – including one IDF officer in serious condition.

In a statement released Monday morning, the Gaza-based terror group lauded the three terrorists involved in the pre-dawn attack Monday morning in the Palestinian Authority-controlled village of Kafr Nimma.

“The deaths of these two martyrs west of Ramallah this morning proves that the Palestinian people will continue its struggle against the occupation until it obtains all of its rights and frees its land,” the terror group said.

“The message of the young rebels in the West Bank is that they will not calm down unless and until the occupation is expelled, the holy sites are liberated, and the plan to Judaize Jerusalem is terminated.”


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