A video making the rounds online Saturday night shows how Arab citizens of Israel living in Yafo, the mixed Arab and Jewish coastal suburb just south of Tel Aviv, earlier in the day held a massive car convoy waving the flags of a radical pro-terror movement.
In the convoy, which can be seen by clicking the image below, cars, motorbikes and bicycles can be seen bearing green flags, reminiscent of those of Hamas but said to be instead of the radical Islamic Movement in Israel, which the government is working to outlaw due to its open incitement to terror.
The Arab motorists reportedly made calls of praise to the terrorist "martyrs," with pictures of a candidate currently standing in local municipal elections plastering their vehicles.
Facebook users pointed out how the Arab citizens, as they held the convoy in support of a pro-terror movement seeking to topple Israel, drove in expensive Mercedes-Benz cars - all courtesy of the standard of living being provided to them by the Israeli government.
Yafo has turned into a friction point during the terror wave this past month.
On October 6 a massive violent riot took place in Yafo in support of the terror attacks, and during the incident rioters assaulted and wounded five police officers.
Three Arab residents of Yafo were indicted last week for throwing firebombs at police, in an attack inspired by the riot.
Yisrael Beytenu head MK Avigdor Liberman responded to the riot, saying, "the riots this evening in Yafo make it clear to all those who thought that the wave of recent violence does not concern all the citizens of Israel, but 'only' those who live in Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria, that the Palestinian incitement knows no limits and its consequences reach everywhere, including the center of the country, a few kilometers from the heart of Tel Aviv."