Disgusting Palestinian cartoons glorify terror attack on Tel Aviv bus; Netanyahu reacts

In what is the height of hypocrisy, the Islamist terror group/Palestinian government group Hamas used cartoons to praise a terrorist attack carried out against Israelis Wednesday.

After a 23-year-old Palestinian man went on a rampage inside an Israeli bus stabbing 11 people during the morning rush, Hamas took to Facebook to post two cartoons glorifying the attack.


An interesting response from an organization that loses its mind over cartoons that supposedly offend Muslims.

A tweet by Hamas leader Izzat Risheq praised the cowardly attack as “brave and heroic.”

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned the attacks on his official Facebook page.

The terrorist attack in Tel Aviv is the direct result of the poisonous incitement being disseminated by the Palestinian Authority against the Jews and their state. This same terrorism is trying to attack us in Paris, Brussels and everywhere. We will continue to take strong action against the terrorism that has been trying to attack us since the founding of the state, and we will see to it that it does not achieve its goal.


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