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Hamas in Miami

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Shuls desecrated, a Rabbi murdered on Shabbat, and now a pro-Hamas demonstration in Miami. It’s safer to retire to Israel.

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20 Responses to “Hamas in Miami”

  1. It’s for all Jews to come home, make Aliyah!

  2. Probably the safest place for all sane people.

  3. The rabbi was murdered..killed..

  4. Beth Kaufman says:

    Send them to Gaza!!!!

  5. Mitzi Green says:

    It is time for Jews to fight back !

  6. Loren Renee says:

    This is awful. This is how they start it.

  7. Don’t run, fight back! Carry a gun on you at all times, make your own rally

  8. Michel Brom says:

    It is even cheaper to retire Israel

  9. This happened 2 weeks before the murder of the rabbi. it happened about 3 blocks away from my job. They were screaming that they were going to kill Jews, and guess what, they did.

  10. So… were photographs taken, and efforts to locate these people’s homes and identities? You understand. Are shuls guarded? Are you armed in Miami and elsewhere?

  11. Norma Biblow says:

    Make Aliyah and roll up your sleeves to work and go to the army

  12. Betty Swartz says:

    Stand up to these cowards & watch how fast they run. Hey it’s Fl. Get a gun.

  13. Fina Chong says:

    Its legal to kill a jews in usa, its a crime to kill non jews. Its ok in usa, enforcer says its d minoritiessss’ rights. It wud b an act of suppression if d minorities are questioned on this.

  14. just tell its blacks protesting and the cops will shoot them all

  15. does this really surprise you?

  16. Mason Galg says:

    This is SO disturbing … Silence is our enemy!

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