And these “peace-loving” people are the ones Israel is being pressured to make “peace” with.
Via Jerusalem Post.
Arab social media networks on Thursday were rife with inflammatory celebratory reactions in light of the myriad of brush fires that have been blazing across central and northern Israel since Tuesday.
Dry conditions and high winds have spread the flames across the central and northern regions of Israel as well as parts of the West Bank….
“Tel_Aviv_IsBurning” was the most common Arabic hashtag trending on Arab social media platforms on Thursday morning.
One of the most proliferous tweets was published by a police officer in Abu Dabi that read “Israel has prevented the muezzin calls to prayer, and then it was engulfed in fire.”….
Another Kuwaiti sheikh, Nabil Ali al-Awad, also took to Twitter in a fiery rant to his 6 million followers on the social media platform.
“God burned their hearts and their homes and their money and their bodies and make their graves inflamed…because of what they did to the [Muslim] believers,” he wrote alongside the hashtag “#Israel_IsBurning.”
The Persian Gulf sheikh later returned to Twitter to apologized for using the word “Israel” in his previous post, attempting to explain that “there is no such entity. I used the word as part of a hashtag.”
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