No coverage from their running dogs in the mainstream media, despite the fact that they are attacking protesters and holding 7 reporters covering economic protests. The enemedia would rather eat their own then oppose Jew-haters. No comment from Hamas in America, CAIR.
The “Palestinians” receive more in aid per person than anywhere else in the world. So why are the people starving? Where does the aid go? To fund jihad terror.
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A closer look at the remaining eight countries in the top 10—Sudan, South Sudan, Jordan, Lebanon, Somalia, Ethiopia, Afghanistan and the Democratic Republic of Congo—is even more alarming. CIA Factbook data show that these countries have a combined population of 284 million and an average per capita GDP of $2,376. Yet they received an average of $15.30 per capita in development assistance in 2013. The Palestinians, by comparison, with a population of 4.5 million, have a per capita GDP of $4,900.
In other words, though the Palestinians are more than twice as wealthy on average than these eight countries, they receive more than 11 times as much foreign aid per person. The Democratic Republic of Congo is a case in point: Its 79 million people have a per capita GDP of $700, yet they receive only $5.70 in aid per person.
TODAY: Hamas in Gaza shoots own people for 3rd day, chasing protesters through streets of Dir al-Balah, Khan Yunis & Jabalya, beating, arresting demonstrators, journalists, human rights activists.
— Hillel Neuer (@HillelNeuer) March 16, 2019
Hamas violently disperses demonstrators on 3rd day of internal protests
Ramallah asks Egypt to intervene; Fatah official: ‘This is not the occupation, it’s Hamas gangs terrorizing Gaza’; conflicting reports on alleged self-immolation by one man
By: TOI staff16 Mar 2019, 7:11 pm
A screenshot of video shown by the Kan public broadcaster of a protest in the Gaza Strip over the cost of living on March 15, 2019. (Screen capture: Twitter)
A senior Palestinian official said Saturday that the Ramallah-based leadership has asked Egypt to pressure Hamas over the violent suppression of protests during a third day of demonstrations in Gaza against the terror group and the dire economic conditions in the enclave.
PLO Executive Committee member Wasel Abu-Youssef told the Times of Israel that the Palestinian representative to Egypt and the Arab League, Diab al-Louh, has called for an emergency high-level meeting of the regional organization to discuss the situation in Gaza. When asked if the meeting would discuss the violent suppression of protests, Abu Yousef said that it would.
According to Palestinian media reports, Qatar has also been asked to intervene in the escalating violence.
Palestinians in the Gaza Strip took to the streets on Saturday for the third successive day.
Unverified footage appeared to show a protester setting himself alight. According to Channel 12 news, Ahmed Abu Tahn self-immolated after he was unable to pay his rent and was evicted from his home.
But after looking into the matter, the Al Mezan rights group in Gaza told the Haaretz newspaper the film was not a new one, and that no such incident had occurred on Saturday.
The veracity of the video could not be independently confirmed.
In response to a video of Hamas forces suppressing demonstrations, a close confidant of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas tweeted his outrage.
“This is not the Israeli occupation forces!!”Fatah Central Committee member Hussein al-Sheikh said. “It is the Hamas gangs that are terrorizing and suppressing the hungry in the Gaza Strip.”
The Ynet news site reported that at least 80 demonstrators affiliated with the Fatah movement had been arrested over the past 24 hours.
Palestinian rights groups said Hamas briefly detained four of their researchers as it dispersed protests.
On Friday, reports from the coastal enclave said Hamas used live fire to put down demonstrations.
The center of Friday’s demonstrations was in Deir el-Balah, where Hebrew media reports said protesters burned tires and blocked one of the central Gaza city’s main roads. Similar protests also took place in Khan Younis in the south of the Strip. In video from the demonstrations, protesters could be seen throwing rocks as the sound of apparent gunfire is heard in the background.
Quoting the demonstrators, Ynet said they were beaten by security forces loyal to Hamas. There were no immediate reports on the number of injured.
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