Hamas is an internationally recognized terror organization. It is responsible for the countless amount of Jewish deaths. Yet Youtube is allowing the live streaming of this Hamas anniversary “event”? It is one big hatefest inciting the masses to murder Jews and destroy Israel! This is incitement and is forbidden according to youtube/google. Who cares if this is a “news” organization streaming this event. This should not be allowed! Hamas is an organization with the one goal, the destruction of Israel and murdering Jews! The Hamas organization should be eradicated and never have any events in the future to be live-streamed.
Here is the livestream you can see for yourself:
31 years since this #terror organization was formed, #Hamas continues to rob Palestinians of their future and #Gaza of its’ resources, sowing death, hatred and destruction for both Israelis and Palestinians.
NOT a happy birthday. pic.twitter.com/ymOb2Rmsv8
— Israel Foreign Min. (@IsraelMFA) December 16, 2018
— LTC (R) Peter Lerner (@LTCPeterLerner) December 15, 2018
Today, Hamas celebrates 31 years: of terror, child abuse, violence against women, glorification of murder… 31 years without rebuke from international organizations whose sole purpose is to prevent these things from happing. Who is to congratulate for that? #StandUp4HumanRights pic.twitter.com/TqVNLZjRMu
— COGAT (@cogatonline) December 16, 2018
Muslim Arab Terror Against Jews in Gaza for Close to 100 Years
In August 1929, Arab rioters threatened to slaughter Gaza’s Jews – as they had in Hebron. In reponse, the British army under the Palestine Mandate forced the Jewish community to evacuate their homes.
In October 1946, on the night following Yom Kippur, the Gaza Jewish community of Kfar Darom was established on land corresponding to the biblical Jewish village of Darom. It lasted just a year and a half until the outbreak of Israel’s War of Independence in 1948, when Egypt overran the Gaza Strip and occupied it. The Jews of Kfar Darom escaped the Egypt army and we lost Kfar Darom.
In June 1967, in a war of self-defense, Israel liberated Gaza from Egyptian occupation, making it possible once again for Jews to reside there. In 2001, during Palestinian Authority control under Yasser Arafat and his Fatah organization, Kassam rocket attacks began to pound the restored Jewish communities in Gaza.
After Arafat’s death, rocket fire continued under his Fatah successor, Mahmoud Abbas. But in 2005, Israel’s Prime Minister Ariel Sharon forcefully evicted from their homes the nearly 10,000 Jewish villagers and farmers from Gaza as part of the Disengagement Plan. At the time, Sharon explained the purpose of the Israeli pull-out:
“These steps will increase security for the residents of Israel and relieve the pressure on the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and security forces in fulfilling the difficult tasks they are faced with. The Disengagement Plan is meant to grant maximum security and minimize friction between Israelis and Palestinians.”
Sharon believed that by removing the flourishing Jewish villages and farms from Gaza, the Arab residents would build a civilized and peaceful society, thus proving to both Israel and the world that they could live in peace with the Jewish state. It was not to be and Sharon’s hopes now lie shattered.