WATCH: Terrorists Gun Down Jews At The Entrance To Jerusalem, It’s Time For Israel To Fight

by David Mark
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In the midst of the “ceasefire” with Hamas in Gaza, two Hamas operatives gunned down eight Jews at the entrance of Jerusalem – killing three.

Livia Dickman, 24, Ashdod rabbinical judge Elimelech Wasserman, 73, and Hannah Ifergan, who was in her 60s were the three Jews that were murdered by the terrorists. Hamas operatives – brothers Murad Namr, 38 and Ibrahim Namr, 30 from the Eastern Jerusalem neighborhood of Sur Bahir were the perpetrators of the attack. The two had been in and out of Israeli jails a number of times and used their Jerusalem residency to be able to move freely.

The brothers were known Hamas operatives who had received orders over the years from the Gaza leadership.

With this morning’s terror attack as well as the claim by Hamas that the Bibas family is in fact dead, there has been the beginning of a shift against the current pause in fighting the government has used to get children and women out of the clutches of Hamas.

Sinwar has been trying to spark another front against Israel the entire time and with today’s attack by Arabs living in Eastern Jerusalem, it may signal the beginning of a new upsurge in attacks from Judea and Samaria and Jerusalem.

Israel will have to employ even harsher responses to quell any uprising and with each attack as Israel’s population will be more insistent that its government do whatever is necessary. With the West’s woke minions already on the offense against Israel – any serious measure will be framed as a “war crime” and “genocide.”

Despite the PR debacle, Israel must cleanse Gaza, Judea and Samaria (aka “West Bank”), and Jerusalem of not only Hamas, but its rival Fatah as well as all of the so-called “civilian” support these Nazi style organizations enjoy. Israel must exert full sovereignty on its historic homeland and show the world how to deal with the Jihadist organizations and society that has rooted itself within its borders.


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