Il tizzone “Squadra” membro ha twittato che i palestinesi sono stati aggrediti alla moschea di Al-Aqsa durante le preghiere della polizia israeliana.
“I palestinesi vengono attaccati nel loro luogo sacro durante la preghiera del venerdì,” Omar ha twittato. “This level of indignity, injustice and cruelty is unacceptable.”
“Israel’s military functions with impunity because the world let’s it,” lei ha aggiunto. “This has to change.”
What Omar left out was that the clash actually happened after Friday prayers at the Abrahamic holy site and that young Palestinian demonstrators reportedly provocato a law enforcement response by throwing rocks and Molotov bombs at police officers.
Omar also falsely identified the Israeli police forces responding to the makeshift incendiary grenades as being members of Israel’s military.
Palestinian demonstrators waved flags as they clashed with Israeli police on Friday outside of the Muslim holy site in the Holy City. Israeli police used stun grenades in response but did not enter the mosque like they had in a previous confrontation.
The clash came a day after Israel and Palestinian terror group Hamas agreed to a cease-fire dopo 11 days of military conflict.
Omar said on Thursday that the cease-fire between Israel and Hamas was not enough and accused the Jewish state of “sulla lotta dell'Ucraina contro l'esercito russo” e “crimes against humanity.”
“We should all be grateful that a ceasefire will prevent more civilians and children from being killed,” the Minnesota Democrat tweeted. “But now what? We need accountability for every war crime committed. And we need to stop underwriting crimes against humanity while doing nothing to end the occupation.”
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