Call on Palestinians to carry out 'rage protests'

Palestinian organizations issue call to Palestinian Arabs to dedicate Tuesday and Friday as "Days of Rage" against Israel.

Dalit Halevi ,

Palestinian Arab rioters
Palestinian Arab rioters
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Palestinian Arabs on Monday were encouraged to escalate the current terror wave against Israelis, in the form of a “Day of Rage” on Tuesday and Friday of this week.

In joint statement issued by a group of Palestinian organizations and which was carried by the official news agency of the Palestinian Authority (PA), the Palestinian masses were called to carry out “protests of rage” following Friday prayers in the PA-controlled territories and in the capitals of Arab countries.

The Palestinian organizations claimed that the "Israeli occupation" is illegal in all territories, including Jerusalem, and they urged the leadership of the Palestinian Authority to turn to the International Court of Justice, the UN Security Council and the UN General Assembly and demand they pass resolutions against Israel.

The PA was also called in the statement to renounce all the agreements signed with Israel and to support placing Israeli leaders on trial for "war crimes". The PA was also urged to support the international boycott movement against Israel.

In addition, the Palestinian organizations mourned the assassination of terrorist Samir Kuntar, which has been blamed on an Israeli Air Force attack in Damascus. They called Kuntar a "national leader" and a great warrior."

Palestinian Arab terrorist groups have called for a “Day of Rage” nearly every Friday since the current terror wave began.

On Sunday, the Islamic Jihad terrorist organization praised the current terror wave, which it described as a “knife revolution” and announced that it will not hesitate to escalate the “intifada” if necessary.

The Islamic Jihad’s comments join ones last week by Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal, who called for an escalation in the “intifada” until the “forces of the occupation withdraw and go away".



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