Bizarre juxtaposition of death and celebration was no accident in Israel and Gaza strip
By Sheila CoppsMay. 21, 2018
The bizarre juxtaposition of death and celebration was no accident. Israeli Minister of Public Security, Strategic Affairs and Information Gilad Erdan defended the deaths, telling Ynet News: 'We need to go back to targeted killings, and they need to go back to hiding underground and fearing for their lives, not organizing the masses to carry out terror attacks.'
U.S. President Donald Trump, pictured in this file photo, moved the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem last Monday and 60 Palestinian protesters were shot and killed by Israelis at the Gaza border. Photograph courtesy of Gage Skidmore
OTTAWA—Thank you Donald Trump. A Middle East powder keg erupted last week with a split-screen shot that said it all.
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