Hamas celebrates victory in Gaza with rally in Ramallah
Hamas celebrated its great 'victory' in Gaza on Saturday with a huge rally in Ramallah.
Thousands of local Arabs took part in the rally, which was organized by the Hamas movement in Ramallah in celebration of the hard-hit terrorist organization's supposed "victory" against Israel in Operation Protective Edge.
The rally, held in the Al-Bireh neighborhood of Ramallah, was
entitled "The Pledge of Allegiance and Victory." Hamas leaders and
parliamentarians in the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC) from
different parts of Judea and Samaria took part in the celebration,
accompanied by leaders of other Palestinian Arab organizations.
Horse-mounted Hamas activists led the rally march, waving Hamas flags
and singing the praise of Hamas's "military wing," the Ezzedine
Children also took part in the "festivities," parading models of the
rockets fired in massive barrages by Hamas terrorists at Israeli
civilian centers during the terror war, as well as pictures of senior Hamas leaders assassinated by the IDF in targeted airstrikes.
Khalil al-Haya, a senior Hamas leader in Gaza, gave a speech at the
rally via telephone in which he emphasized the right to "resistance"
The rally is particularly noteworthy because as mentioned above, it
occurred in the heart of the PA governmental center of Ramallah.
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