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100,000 turn up to mark Hamas's 30th anniversary
Associated Press and Ynet
Published: 14.12.17, 14:27
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1. 100,000 misguided Pals,,,,,
Rob ,   Wash. D.C.   (12.14.17)
played upon by their own leadershit/ship and the "state" of Israel.
2. Several Daisy Cutters will reduce Arab herd by 100,000
Steve Benassi ,   Minneapolis USA   (12.14.17)
3. you can thank Bush 43 for that and the Iran takeover o'Iraq.
jos rechtman ,   la   (12.14.17)
the anti-neo-conservatives like Baker III and etcetera who are trying to take over Trump now with their cronies. They have the same international world agenda as the lefties. Tillerson is one of them and he was against Jerusalem...
4. A missed opportunity if I ever saw one!
Sholem ,   Dolev   (12.14.17)
5. Mazzal Tov!
tiki ,   belgium   (12.14.17)
It looks like the Palestinians from Hamastan are happy with their rulers & situation so what are they & the world constantly whining about?

We wish them another 30 years of the same......for starters!
6. What did Ripley say about these things?
David ,   Hartford USA   (12.14.17)
Nuke 'em. It's the only way to be sure."

The media would have us believe that there is no support for Hamas. I guess that fake-news is put to rest. Doesn't it look like that scene in World War Z when the zombies attack Jerusalem? Zombies and Hamas supporters- I think the zombies have the higher IQ.

One last thing. If the people of Gaza are starving, have no electricity and running water, do you really believe they would come out in such numbers to celebrate them? More fake news in western media, will it never end?
7. Were those overloaded speedboats the Gaza navy?
Cameron   (12.15.17)
8. Once again, Israel misses an opportunity
A ,   OutThere   (12.15.17)
for a successful drone strike.
9. One small neutron bomb
Empress Trudy ,   Raleigh   (12.24.17)
And this would all be over in 2 weeks.
10. reality .....
steve s   (12.26.17)
100,000 unemployed Gazans showed up to thank leadership for giving them so much free time.
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