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A Hamas Tag Machir

Hamas Graffiti

Photo Credit: Abed Rahim Khatib/Flash90

While Police Minister (of Internal Security) Yitzchak Aharonovitch is busy touring sites with anti-Arab graffiti (and apparently sidestepping the sites with anti-Jewish graffiti), here’s some Hamas graffiti celebrating buses blowing up in Jerusalem and missiles being launched at Israel (actual acts of terrorism that have happened) – just to keep things in proportion.

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7 Responses to “A Hamas Tag Machir”

  1. Quetta Bird says:

    one should NEVER bet
    against
    the ‘apple of Gods eye’
    ever.

  2. Double standards consistently ! The mozzies kill and rape and destroy and the liberals say they are just misunderstood and then Jews complain about the mozzies killing and the Jews are branded terrorists – there is something wrong with the minds of the liberals in the Labor party

  3. Well you know Arabic is gangsta and Hebrew is called street art – to him and their administration that is! Graffiti is graffiti unless it’s paid for and takes ages to clear to be done to government and “city beautification standards” that is…

  4. Magapon Urun says:

    North Korea have their propaganda on a big billboard. But unlike anti-Antisemitism it reflect anti-American.

  5. Glenn Osher says:

    Love our enemies..Proverbs 25v21…mathew 5v43-48..surah 41v34-35…lol xxx

  6. Gene Strong says:

    Liberals are an insidious cancer destroying Israel as they have america.and europe..

  7. Stella Webby says:

    This is wrong. Show both sides !

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