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Tunisia: Crowd Chants ‘Killing the Jews is a Duty’ While Attending Speech by Hamas PM Ismail Haniya (Video)


Glorification of death and genocide has become a serious rallying cry lately, and not just from the Ayatollahs in Iran and its proxy Hezbollah in Lebanon.  Over the past year alone we’ve been hearing loud and clear from the Muslim Brotherhood of Egypt, to the Palestinian Authority and Fatah in the West Bank, to the clerics of Hamas in Gaza and the Palestinian people as a whole, and even from Islamists living as far away as America and Europe. With one mind they speak loud and clear to the ends of the earth of their thirst and yearning for the death of all Jews.  And now this same sentiment is being reflected by the “liberated” people of Tunisia …

  1. Willard
    01/17/2012 at 2:37 PM

    Psalm 83 being fulfilled on a daily bases

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  2. ICA
    01/17/2012 at 5:15 PM

    As significant as 2011 has been, 2012 may be even more pivotal.

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  3. Willard
    01/17/2012 at 8:13 PM

    I am thinking and these are thought only that after purim or passover this year things will possibly really being to move along and down the prophetic road

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