Scenes From A Hamas Rally: Cynical Use Of Ambulances Edition – Updates Below

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Hamas rallies never disappoint.

“Celebrating” 1 year since we killed Jaabari, their usual show of force included all the regular images we’ve shown in the past:

#R4BIA
#R4BIA
Child Abuse
Child Abuse
Too Many Barrels
Too Many Barrels

One image though, stands above the rest:

A Red Crescent Ambulance
A Red Crescent Ambulance

Hamasholes wilfully share their videos too, and I’ve spotted at least two different ambulances partaking in the rallies:

In the 1st video, you can spot one at 1:46. and another at 6:32

Hamasbulance
Hamasbulance
Hamasbulance
Possibly the same Hamasbulance from the 1st image

In another video, you can see another one at the 3:36 mark.

Possibly the same Hamasbulance from before
Possibly the same Hamasbulance from before

This isn’t Hamas’ first time it cynically (ab)uses Red Crescent ambulances. it has done so before, to smuggle arms and personnel, and also used them as human shields. This cynical terrorist tactic, that the west is blind to, is used by the Iranian terror corporation and their Hizballah division as well.

When Israel targets these vehicles, as they are now no longer civilian, the ICRC goes bonkers.

Will ICRC condemn Hamas?

Update: After Elder picked up this story, The ICRC chief in Israel commented:

I guess the answer to the question above is no. As they are not technically a PRCS ambulance, Hamas is more than welcome to keep abusing human rights, and put Civilians, ICRC and PRCS officials at risk.

Article 1. Ambulances and military hospitals shall be recognized as neutral, and as such, protected and respected by the belligerents as long as they accommodate wounded and sick.
Neutrality shall end if the said ambulances or hospitals should be held by a military force.

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Dan Smith has been exposing anti-Israel fallacies since the first time he opened the world wide web on Netscape Navigator, sometime in the late 90's. His lack of formal journalistic, political and sociological education means he is still capable of objective, unbiased views and opinions. A judge of media, pundits and media pundits.

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