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Monday, January 9, 2017

Palestinian Kills 4 Israelis And Hamas Celebrates

HAMAS HOLDS RALLY IN GAZA TO CELEBRATE TERRORIST RAMMING THAT KILLED 4 ISRAELIS
BYREUTERS

 09 JANUARY 2017 08:36

"The message of our Islamic party Hamas is a message of encouragement and support for every jihadi who carries out an attack that puts an end to the acts of the Zionist enemy."












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Hamas rally in Gaza following a terrorist truck ramming in Jerusalem that killed four Israelis
Hamas rally in Gaza following a terrorist truck ramming in Jerusalem that killed four Israelis
(Hamas rally in Gaza following a terrorist truck ramming in Jerusalem that killed four Israelis )
Thousands of Hamas activists and supporters took to the streets of Jabalya refugee
 camp in Gaza on Sunday night to rally against Israel and praise the terrorist
 ramming attack in Jerusalem which killed four Israelis.

Earlier on Sunday, a Palestinian rammed his truck into a group of Israeli soldiers
 on a popular promenade in Jerusalem, killing four of them in an attack which
 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said had likely been inspired by 


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Chanting anti-Israeli slogans the protesters marched to the rally where sweets 
were handed out in celebration.

"The message of our Islamic party Hamas is a message of encouragement 
and support for every jihadi who carries out an attack that puts an end to
 the acts of the Zionist enemy," Hamas leader Fathi Hamad, who led the
 rally, told Reuters.

The Palestinian Islamist group routinely praises those who carry out
 street attacks against Israelis.

The Palestinian attack in Jerusalem was the deadliest in months and
 targeted officer cadets as they disembarked from a bus that brought
 them to the Armon Hanatziv promenade which has a panoramic view 
of the walled Old City.

The military said an officer and three officer cadets were killed and that
 17 others were injured.

Police identified the truck driver as a Palestinian from east Jerusalem
 and said he was shot dead. His uncle, Abu Ali, named him as Fadi 
Ahmad Hamdan Qunbor, 28, a father of four from the Jabel Mukabar
 neighborhood.

Following the attack, Netanyahu said that access limitations were 
imposed in and around the east Jerusalem neighborhood and that
 further actions will be taken by Israel.

Late on Sunday, police were seen patrolling the area and stopping 
vehicles for checks. Palestinians threw fireworks at the forces,
 but no casualties were reported.

Actions inspired by Islamic State in Israel, the West Bank and 
Jerusalem have been rare and only a few dozen Arab Israelis and
 Palestinians are known to have declared their sympathy with the group.

A wave of Palestinian street attacks, including vehicle rammings, has
 largely slowed but not stopped completely since it began in October
 2015 and 37 Israelis and two visiting Americans have been killed
 in these assaults.