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A Normal Day for Hamas in Gaza

I guess this picture of Hamas in Rafiach on Friday, will soon be a regular scene in Ramallah too.
Hamas soldiers in Gaza

Hamas soldiers in Gaza
Photo Credit: Abed Rahim Khatib/Flash90

The Palestinian Authority-Hamas unity deal will reportedly allow Hamas to keep their army and weapons. So, I guess this picture of Hamas in Rafiach on Friday, will soon be a regular scene in Ramallah and Hebron too.

Can’t wait.

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12 Responses to “A Normal Day for Hamas in Gaza”

  1. the rich’s Zionists error

  2. (historical) trash will be / will stay trash.

  3. Who’s the idiots that keep making these deals. You guys need to get rid of them.

  4. Gene Strong says:

    Israel must take control of and annex Jerusalem and Gaza. No more Muslim enclaves…do it now while you still can.

  5. That’s showin the world you’re looking for peace n harmony in this region? An I missing something here?

  6. I want to say a curse so bad…but I cant it would be a sin. But so is the hate in my heart that I cant beat down. Good vs evil good. G_D will prevail.

  7. Helen Moyle says:

    Keeping Israel in prayer. Praying for salvation and God’s intervention on those causing Israel problems.

  8. I love the picture; street punks with guns, trying to act like big boys. And those face masks, don't get me started. From about 300 yards and out, you take a body shot, but closer than that, and those masks bracket the middle of their face perfectly. Bullet in, pig brains out.

  9. First we sell them guns, then we are surprised they use them.

  10. What cowards they are! They walk around with their faces covered. Such brave men.

  11. Zion Niker says:

    same terrorists..same blind hate..same antisemitism..same killers in the name of "palestine" lies and islam!!!

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