The citizens of Gaza marched out into the streets on Monday in support of the Islamic State terror organization. Rioters marched through the streets chanting phrases in condemnation of Charlie Hebdo’s newest Muhammad cartoon and in support of killing those who insult Muhammad.
“Today, we are telling France and world countries that while Islam orders us to respect all religions, it also orders us to punish and kill those who assault and offend Islam’s Prophet Muhammad,” one of the protesters told Reuters.
Many of the demonstrators reportedly wore black uniforms representing those donned by Islamic State jihadists. Others held signs honoring the jihadist responsible for the Charlie Hebdo and kosher supermarket attacks in France. Many were seen proudly waving the black flag of Jihad while torching French flags. Many in the crowd were reportedly gathered around Gaza’s French Cultural Center.
“You have to await more heroes of Islam, you worshippers of the Cross,” the crowd chanted.
The Palestinian terror group Hamas surprisingly allowed for the pro-ISIS rally to occur. The Palestinian jihadist entity rarely allows for public gatherings, unless their purpose is to praise Hamas. It is believed to be the first time that Hamas has allowed for a public pro-ISIS demonstration.