The Latest Lame Palestinian “March of Return” Propaganda Ploys

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Just when you think you’ve seen it all at the Hamas-led “march of Return” riots, the palestinians manage to find new ways to spread the propaganda. Here are some of their most recent (and lame) ways to influence public opinion – while trying to destroy the border fence with Israel!

Sell Nuts

Because all that burning tires, throwing stones and Molotov cocktails and trying to tear down the border fence can make a family hungry!

Palestinian street vendors sell nuts during Palestinian protests along Gaza borders, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip.

Posted by The Palestinian Information Center on Saturday, April 14, 2018

Bring their kids with improvised gas masks

And then no doubt blame us for when they suffocate wearing these things.

This Palestinian boy covers his face with a homemade gas mask to protect himself from the Israeli gas that is intensely fired at Palestinian protesters along Gaza borders.

Posted by The Palestinian Information Center on Sunday, April 15, 2018

Have their kids invoke the peace-loving MLK

Because MLK would totally be down with this violent rally and the palestinians designs to destroy Israel. Ok, maybe not.

Posted by The Palestinian Information Center on Thursday, April 12, 2018

Clown around

He’s called the clown of return. Yes, seriously.

Clown Of Return

A Palestinian man tries to share love and joy among protesters along Gaza's border with Israel.

Posted by PAL+ English on Sunday, April 15, 2018

But you have to love them quoting “the clown”.

Rap

Because a bad rapper just has to rap, I guess.

We Will Return

Ibrahim Ghunaim – Mc Gaza, the incomparable rapper, expresses the revitalization of youth resistance through the Great Return March. "I'm returning to my land, I'm removing the spikes…We will return! Even if it takes decades, we will return." Hear that Israel? We are not going away.

Posted by We Are Not Numbers on Tuesday, April 10, 2018

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