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Updated: 2 Dead, 45 Wounded in Gaza Celebrations

Gaza Celebrations

Photo Credit: Channel 2

The Gazans are busy celebrating as Gazans do.

According to Arab sources, the Gazans were so busy shooting in the air that the forgot that bullets also come back down.

As a result, 2 Gazans died and 45 have been wounded.

Maybe they’ll celebrate more tomorrow.

Update: There’s also 1 Arab dead in a refugee camp in Lebanon, again from ceasefire celebrations.

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30 Responses to “Updated: 2 Dead, 45 Wounded in Gaza Celebrations”

  1. keep on celebrating!

  2. Netanyahu is no different than sharon and perhaps worse.

  3. For anyone who still thinks Hamass is just fighting to make the border crossings open and then there will be peace … you are fooling yourself this is a military initiative for the elimination of Israel by the CANCER of Hamass. Israel should realise they are dealing with snakes and liars. By their own admissions while negotiations in Cairo take place they say this…WATCH AND SHARE THE TRUTH… Hamas Spokesman Abu Zuhri: Our War Is for Liberat…: http://youtu.be/6NbRUXIXZOI

  4. Wahahaha..kept celebrate…the glory to god of israel..be safe alwys….

  5. you mean you were there celebrating and actually saw an IDF soldier among the celebrations? If stupidity were painful you’d be spending the rest of your pathetic life on painkillers…

  6. Love it. Keep celebrating . this way the IDF does not have to do anything

  7. I’m sure that they will blame Israel.

  8. what prophet – you still have prophets in the 21st century? Maybe you can ask for his help to get your lost planes back

  9. Hurrah! Point the noisemakers at each others’ heads.

  10. GOD BLESS YOU ISRAEL+IDF+IAF.
    GOD LOVES YOU ISRAEL+IDF+IAF
    GOD PROTECT YOU ISRAEL+IDF+IAF.
    WE LOVE YOU ISRAEL+IDF+IAF.
    WE STAND WITH YOU ISRAEL+IDF+IAF.
    FOREVER

  11. If this is the celebration imagine a civil war…

  12. Ed Kaplan says:

    Uchi Miro San
    Your crying is more pathetic then your celebrations, or Hamas, or the population of Gaza, or Muslim propaganda.
    Melissa Vincent he is not throwing a temper tantrum he’s probably throwing stones.

  13. Chaiya Eitan says:

    Let them 'win' some more…..

  14. Ed Kaplan says:

    Too Funny! Sad but true. Unfortunately.

  15. Give them enough rope, they hang themselves !

  16. I can’t stop laughing at Hamas and his pple

  17. What does a nation do when the enemy is learning disabled?

  18. John Dyer says:

    2 MORE HEADING FOR HELL

  19. Haley Chace says:

    Typical Hamas irony!

  20. Probably had guns pointing at them to do this..

  21. Moe Rosenhek says:

    Do us all a favour and KEEP CELEBRATING!

  22. Sam Cohen says:

    keep on partying,2 a day wont keep the party going but hey keep on partying till you run out of ammo.

  23. BonnieKay Van der Mark says:

    No matter how you look at it, the muslims are their own worst enemy…

  24. What is the enemy exactly celebrating? Please, let me know!

  25. Linda d'Arc says:

    Keep on celebrating, for me you can do this every day!!!!

  26. Les Le Gear says:

    You know the savages will blame Israel for the deaths.

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