Thousands Of jews Take To The Streets Calling For Palestinian Genocide

The Tel Aviv rally—organized to support an Israeli soldier who murdered a wounded Palestinian by shooting him in the head as the victim lay on his back—was marked by chants and banners calling for mass murder.

MINT PRESS – A reporter at the scene remarked that it seemed “more like a celebration of murder than anything.”

Massive rallies and Facebook campaigns calling for Palestinian genocide are ignored by Western mainstream media and Facebook despite concerns and collaborations aimed at stopping “calls to violence”.

Since last October, the Israeli government has accused Palestinians and their allies of “inciting violence” against Israelis, despite the fact that only 34 Israelis have died in that time frame compared to 230 Palestinians. The uptick in violence has been attributed to an internationally condemned Israeli encroachmentof Palestinian lands in the contested West Bank.

Israeli government concern over recent violence has led them to arrest Palestinians for social media content that could potentially lead to crimes. So far, 145 Palestinians have been arrested this year for “pre-crime” via social media “incitement.” This practice eventually led to a collaboration between Facebook and the Israeli government, whose joint effort to curb social media “incitement” has led to the banning of several Facebook accounts of Palestinian journalists and news agencies.

However, social media, as well as mainstream Western media, have failed to condemn Israeli “incitement” against Palestinians, a practice that is surprisingly common considering the little to no attention it receives. Often these anti-Palestinian posts, pictures, and rallies are rife with calls for genocide, with cries of “Death to the whole Arab nation” and “Kill them all” surprisingly common.

Even the Times of Israel ran an op-ed article about “When Genocide is Permissible” in reference to Israel’s treatment of Palestinians. Though the post was eventually taken down, it points to an all-too-common and dangerous mentality that social media, the Israeli government, and Western media “conveniently” ignore.

An Israeli news agency even put the then-suspected preferential treatment to the test and found that Facebook and the Israeli authorities treated calls for revenge from Palestinians and Israelis very differently.

Even massive rallies calling for Palestinian genocide have been ignored entirely by social media and the corporate press. Earlier this year in April, a massive anti-Palestinian rally took place in Tel Aviv where thousands called for the death of all Arabs. The rally was organized to support an Israeli soldier who killed an already-wounded Palestinian by shooting him execution-style in the head.


The soldier, Elor Azaria, was charged with manslaughter for the killing, which occurred deep within Palestinian sovereign territory in the city of Hebron. Hebron contains an illegal Jewish settlement, but despite its illegality is protected by Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) all the same. This has led to frequent clashes between Israelis and Palestinians in the area.

The Tel-Aviv rally was attended by an estimated 2,000 people and several Israeli pop icons entertained attendees including singer Maor Edri, Moshik Afia, and Amos Elgali, along with rapper Subliminal. Chants of “Elor [the soldier] is a hero” and calls to release the soldier were common. One woman was photographedholding a sign reading “Kill them all.”

A Jewish reporter at the scene remarked that it seemed “more like a celebration of murder than anything.” Despite the obvious animosity and incitement made evident at the rally, it isn’t difficult to imagine what the response would have been if this has been a pro-Palestinian rally calling for the deaths of Jews. The stark divide between what is permissible for Palestinians and what is permissible for Israelis should concern us all as the widespread bias of social media, the press, and many governments threaten to blind us from the realities of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


  1. #1 by Tapp on 10/08/2016 - 7:05 pm

    Ugly sick MF’ers!

  2. #2 by Frank O'Brien on 10/08/2016 - 8:42 pm

    Vermin. ‘The chosen people’. They’re not even human …

  3. #3 by Suzanne Perreault-Reynolds on 10/12/2016 - 12:59 am

    They aren’t the God fearing people they should be. God will judge them on judgement day!😢

  4. #4 by George Geadah on 10/13/2016 - 5:16 am

    : Tel – Aviv racist anti – Semitic – anti Palestinian rally is only one in a series of similar events reflecting growing Ziofascist social phenomena ideologically nurtured by a ruling ultra – nationalist ( ourightly nazi Likud party) bent on colonizing PALESTINE under Biblical pretexts or, euphemisms such as “redeeming Eretz Yisrael ” &, if possible, killing off its native indigenous people (as prescribed in the Book of Joshua),while transferring others more across the ‘border ‘…preferably Into “Arabia Deserta” !! Besides belying official govt rhetoric about Israel’s posing as western Asia’s sole democracy, escalating non- official grassroot Ziofascism, has been veering increasingly to the right of the government to such an extent of discarding or shedding off “formal democracy” altogether ! With tacit govt approval, or being tolerated by Netanyahu’s govt, the far right Ziofascist trend now feels emboldened @ attempting a govt – take over or else carve a niche for itself inside the state . If only Ziofascism becomes ‘institutionalized’ as both army & colonists managed to do during the last decades why not stop short off creating their own statist entities within the supra Zionist entity itself ??!!

  5. #5 by mika on 10/14/2016 - 12:05 am

    Self appointed Chosen people. ha! Maybe it should be Chosen people of Annunaki..The Devil.

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