Hundreds of Israeli teens from Gaza border march for security
Some 250 teens have been marching 40km a day for five days from the town of Sderot to protest the security crisis plaguing their communities from Gaza Strip terror. They are gathering on Thursday in front of the Prime Minister’s Office and Knesset in Jerusalem to press their demand for action to end the Palestinian terror which has benighted their childhood in the shadow of the Gaza Strip. The schoolkids will be supported by ex-soldiers and officers who fought in Israel’s past counter-terror operations, bereaved families of the fallen in those campaigns and sympathizers.
4 thoughts on “Hundreds of Israeli teens from Gaza border march for security”
This problem will always be there given the impasse in negotiations. What’s happening with the the “two state solution”?
Good for the marchers – Israel must be more forceful and resolute in addressing this existential problem of barbarians violently attacking Israel non-stop. Israel must treat Gaza as a war zone and do what any sovereign nation would do to bring an end to this war as expeditiously as possible with minimal casualties to its own people and troops.
Nothing will change until Netanyahu is removed from power
Stick em the sinai.