A Palestinian rioter on Israel's border. (Abed Rahim Khatib/Flash90) (Abed Rahim Khatib/Flash90)
March of Return

How can the violent Palestinian riots on Israel’s border be considered “protests?”

For over seven months, tens of thousands of Palestinians have been violently rioting on Israel’s border with Gaza on a weekly basis, marching under the banner of the “March of Return.”

At these vicious events, Palestinians throw bombs and shoot at IDF soldiers, and yet mainstream media calls these clashes “protests.”

Doesn’t “protest” mean picket signs and free speech? But what if “protesters” throw grenades, launch airborne firebombs and fire high caliber machine guns? What if the events are organized and led by a terror group?

Why is anyone calling these activities “protests”?!






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