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Hamas Celebrates Targeting Israeli Civilians


Hamas celebrates targeting Israeli civilians Al-Aqsa TV

Along with today's TV propaganda in which Hamas depicts itself as a victim, Hamas continues to portray itself as the heroic killer of Israelis.

A video on Hamas TV this morning blended pictures of Hamas fighters shooting at Israel with pictures of injured Israelis and medical evacuation scenes. In addition, the visuals include pictures of skulls dripping with blood, captioned: "Let them taste violent death". Other narrations and texts include: "Send them to Hell! Tear them to pieces!" "Send them to Hell, Qassam missile!"

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