Residents of Jerusalem's Azza Street, which bears the Hebrew name for "Gaza," have "renamed" their street to honor the victims of the Gaza terrorists' massacre on Saturday.
In one post on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, a resident can be seen plastering a paper over the "Azza Street" sign, renaming it "Nahal Oz Street" in honor of Kibbutz Nahal Oz, where civilians were massacred by Hamas terrorists infiltrating Israel from Gaza.
"Dear Friends, the residents of Jerusalem have decided that they are changing the name of the street, 'Azza Street,' to 'Nahal Oz Street,'" the man holding the new sign says.
The man beside him then says, "Mister Mayor, I apologize to you. I am changing the street. I turn to the Prime Minister, to Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Lion, who cares for all of the citizens of Jerusalem ... Here, we were raised, here - we were born. Here is our home."
"There is no more Azza Street," the sign-hanger adds.
Another post shared on social media showed a photo of the sign for Azza Street pasted over to name the street for the attendees of the "Nova" party in Re'im, who were among the first victims of the massacre.