Saturday, March 31, 2018

Terrorists Rioting in Judea and Shomron






On previous Land Days, where arabs whine about being defeated by Jews
after several arab attempts at genocide, pro-Palestinian terrorists have called for a “global march to Jerusalem” from the West Bank, Gaza Strip, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan and Syria. During Land Day demonstrations in 2011, anti-Israel activists surged across the Lebanon and Syria frontiers, drawing deadly gunfire from Israeli troops.
The IDF doubled its deployment along the fence ahead of the march, KAN reported. Infantry troops, including special forces, are taking up positions inside towns in immediate proximity to the fence.
The Palestinian Authority has not called in its official channels on Palestinians in the West Bank to participate in Land Day events,



The IDF said at least 17,000 arabs were rioting in six locations in the Gaza Strip and the troops
 began “firing towards main instigators.” Protesters were “rolling burning tires and
 hurling stones at the security fence and at IDF troops,” the IDF said.
“The troops have been given clear orders on opening fire,” Brigadier Gen. Ronen Manelis,
 the IDF spokesman, said in an interview Thursday with the Israel Broadcasting Corp., or 
KAN, about the March of Return in the Hamas-controlled enclave. 
“Whoever tries to interfere with the 
security infrastructure or compromise the fence for a mass crossing into Israel, 
we will prevent this action.”
The march is organized on Land Day – a date that Israeli Arabs began
 observing in 1976 in which they protested what they regarded as .
On previous Land Days, pro-Palestinian activists have called for 
a “global march to Jerusalem” from the West Bank, Gaza Strip, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan
  and Syria. During Land Day demonstrations in 2011, anti-Israel activists surged across
 the Lebanon and Syria frontiers, drawing deadly gunfire from Israeli troops.
The IDF doubled its deployment along the fence ahead of the march, KAN reported. 
Infantry troops, including special forces, are taking up positions inside towns in immediate
 proximity to the fence.
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