Supporters of a terror group called the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades thumbed their noses at Covid-19, packing a celebration for a recently released terrorist.
When a member of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades terror group was recently released from an Israeli prison, his admirers threw caution to the wind, jamming together in close quarters despite the threat of contagion posed by the coronavirus.
Health authorities throughout the world have demanded people observe safe distances (two meters, or six feet) while the deadly virus spreads like wildfire.
Undeterred, this gathering crowded together to shoot machine guns in the air and dance shoulder-to-shoulder.
A member the Palestinian militant group al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades was released today from an Israeli prison. A large crowd gathered in the Jenin camp to celebrate his return. pic.twitter.com/Og3A4BagqY
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