An explanation of how Hamas actively busses children to the Gaza riots to act as human shields for their trained combatants.
A Palestinian journalist has described in detail how Hamas operatives take children in buses to protest against Israel on the Gaza border.
In a new documentary released by TPS, the journalist, whose face is blurred and his voice distorted for security reasons, says he has witnessed Hamas operatives taking chairs and sitting nearby the fence eating seeds and watching people die.
Army says some burn tires, hurl rocks and explosive devices at soldiers; Hamas-run health ministry says 40 injured by IDF response; 2 Palestinians nabbed crossing the border with knife
In addition to the rockets that have fallen in Israel’s southern communities, a Hamas-fired rocket recently hit an IDF zone destroying a military synagogue.
“As the week of holidays commence in Israel,” Grossman said, “we remember that our freedoms today are inextricably tied with the blood of our ancestors before us, as well as our soldiers who have given their lives to Israel. And finally, we hope that peace will come before the week of holidays next year.”
After a heated night along the Gazan border with at least 30 rockets fired from Gaza towards Israel, there is a day of calm. While Hamas announced that there was an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire with Israel, Israel’s Foreign Minister, Israel Katz, denied that there was a ceasefire and the Israeli Defense Forces remain on high alert.
IDF fighter jets on Tuesday morning attacked additional terrorist targets in a military compound belonging to the Hamas terrorist organization in Dir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit said.