Palestinians displaced by the war between Hamas terrorists and Israel are taunting local Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar and are fleeing amid food and water shortages, according to a report through the Israeli Telegram channel. They blame him for their fate.
Abu Ali Express, Telegram account An organization that translates Arabic media into Hebrew has released a report on interviews with Arabic radio stations based in the Palestinian Authority-controlled West Bank. Ahram Radio (World) spoke with Palestinian civilians seeking shelter in front of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) school in Rafah, a town in the southernmost tip of the Gaza Strip. border of egypt.
Residents blamed Hamas, not Israel, for their suffering.
“I want to send a message to the Hamas government. May Allah take revenge on you… may Allah curse you, curse your father’s father, curse the one who brought you into this world.” -May Shinwar be cursed. Son of a dog… you have destroyed us…” (broadcaster tries to calm down the conversation after the swearing)
At this point, another resident barged into the broadcast and delivered an angry message to Shinwar. “Say hello to the prisoners and their dogs…” (From a Gazan outside of Israel, there is criticism that even one of the abductees’ dog, Bela, was given better conditions in Gaza)
The resident added: “No one understands what is happening to us or our situation. Only Allah knows our situation. Sinwar and Mohammed Deif are hiding underground. I am.”
The dog reference is an allusion to Bella, the dog stashed by 17-year-old hostage Mia Leimberg, who was freed last week.
On social media earlier this week Indicated Palestinian residents throw stones at thieves (possibly Hamas terrorists or members of ordinary criminal organizations) who were looting humanitarian aid trucks delivered to the Gaza Strip.
Dramatic scenes in which local Gazans throw stones and endure gunfire from Hamas operatives to stop the looting of new humanitarian supplies coming in from Rafah. pic.twitter.com/pWbEx2g9BN
— Gaza Report – Gaza Report (@gaza_report) December 5, 2023
Abu Ali Express added to the warning to Israeli authorities that the channel has repeated in recent days, pointing out that the angry Palestinian population sees no solutions to the lack of food, water, medicine and shelter. “Israel has to send these huge amounts of energy,” he said. …Otherwise it might explode in your face. The situation in the southern Gaza Strip is on the verge of explosion. ”
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