A Palestinian Arab terror group dubbed the "Coalition of Youth for an Intifada" released a notice calling for violence against Jews in Judea and Samaria Thursday, including detailed operational and doctrinal instructions to "raise hell."
In the notice, entitled "Expelling Zionists Through Rocks," young Palestinian Arabs are called on to "scorch the earth and make it a living hell under the feet of the invaders", through the following methods:
A. Creating huge barricades to block "settlers" from leaving their communities and vandalize their cars;
B. Torching tires on common roads in the area;
C. Hurling rocks at cars and paint barrels at their drivers;
D. Placing sharp objects, nails, and shrapnel on roads to damage passing vehicles;
E. Spraying anti-Jewish graffiti near Jewish communities;
F. Participating in raging clashes against IDF and police in Judea, Samaria, and Jerusalem.
Systemic Arab incitement against Jews and Israel has skyrocketed this month, since the abduction and murder of Israeli teens Naftali Frenkel (16), Gilad Sha'ar (16), and Eyal Yifrah (19), hy"d.
Besides for escalating calls to violence from Hamas - which has fired a hail of rockets onto Israel near-continuously over the past week - Fatah has both justified and encouraged Palestinian Arabs to become violent and hide evidence from the abduction.
In addition, rioting and unrest have exploded in Jerusalem and across Judea and Samaria since Wednesday, in reaction to the murder of 16-year-old Mohammed Abu Khder, who was found in the Jerusalem Forest that morning after allegedly being forced into a black car outside the neighborhood of Beit Hanina.
Following the news - which both Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas and the international media blamed as a "revenge killing" despite the lack of evidence for such a claim - several Fatah officialscalled for local Arabs to "rise up" and "declare a revolution" for Israel to "get out."
Abu Khder's mother has also called for violence against Israelis, stating in an interview Friday that rioting and rocket fire are an "exercise [in] Palestinian rights."