Hundreds of Gaza border residents protest cabinet’s ceasefire decision
Hundreds of angry citizens from the Israeli border communities which took hundreds of Palestinian rocket attacks in the last 48 hours, surged into the streets of Sderot Tuesday night to protest the security cabinet’s decision to avoid a major military operation against Hamas and accept a ceasefire. They burned tires and carried placards slamming prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu and defense minister Avigdor Lieberman for caving in to Hamas. Another protest demonstration took place at the Nir junction of the Shear Hanegev council. In contrast, residents of the Eshkol Council came out in support of the cabinet’s decision.
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It is because Tzipi Livni phonecalls, not genuine anger, politics!
All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger.
When you hear of a violence, explosion, or fire, there is always a Gazan behind it. The whole World is sick and tired of Gazans. Gazans are a shame for the Islam, for the Great Arab Nation, and for the Humanity.
It stands to reason that talking to a Gazan is not the manner of a Muslim. Howsoever pure your intentions may be, only passing by a Gazan is a grave sin, same as is it haram to touch dogs.
dude you need to drop religion it has fucked up your brain