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July 31, 2015 12:19 pm

Hamas Threatens Terror Attacks, ‘Day of Rage’ After Killing of Palestinian Toddler

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Hamas threatened terror attacks after a Palestinian child was killed in a West Bank fire. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Hamas threatened terror attacks after a Palestinian child was killed in a West Bank fire. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

JNS.org – The Hamas terrorist group said that every Israeli is now a legitimate target in the wake of a terror attack that killed a Palestinian toddler.

Hamas has also called for a “day of rage” in order to “protect the al-Aqsa Mosque,” the Jerusalem Post reported. Early on Friday, 18-month-old Palestinian boy Ali Dawabsha was killed and three members of his were family injured when a suspected Jewish extremist threw a Molotov cocktail into their home in the Palestinian village of Duma in the northern West Bank.

Israeli leaders were swift to condemn the attack.

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“I am shocked by this horrific, heinous act,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a statement. “This is a terror attack in every sense of the word. The State of Israel deals forcefully with terror, regardless of who the perpetrators are.”

Netanyahu said that security forces will “use all the resources at their disposal to capture the killers and bring them to justice as soon as possible.”

Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon said the attack was a “most severe terrorist act that we cannot tolerate, and we condemn in every way.”

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  • Cynthia

    The PA is known for creating the diversion and blaming Israel. I would not be in the least surprised if this is the case once again and it is deplorable that they would be so easily be considered the victim here when they likely did the deed themselves. I do not trust them any further than i could spit into a fierce wind.

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