Palestinian 'Lynched' In The Streets By 'Zionist Mob,' Beaten With Israeli Flags

Chris Menahan
May. 13, 2021

"Zionist mobs" were filmed "lynching" Palestinians in the streets, smashing up their businesses and and chanting "Death to Arabs" during the third day of intensifying war between Israelis and Palestinians.

"Bat Yam, tonight: This is not an attempt to run over, this is the driver's fear of the extremist crowd. Lynch in a driver of Arab descent, why? Because he is an Arab. Chaos," N12News' Or Ravid reported as translated by Google.

"Settler gangs, with the protection of the occupation forces, attack Palestinians in the occupied city of Acre," the Palestinian Information Center said in the following tweet as translated by Google.

From, "Israel Rejects Hamas Truce Offer, Says Gaza Campaign ‘Far From Over’":
On Wednesday night, Israel rejected a ceasefire offer from Hamas and approved a plan to intensify airstrikes in Gaza.

The truce offer from Hamas was made through the Russian foreign ministry. A Hamas official was quoted as saying that the group would halt attacks on a “mutual basis” with Israel.

According to Haaretz, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the ministers in the Israeli security cabinet agreed unanimously to reject the ceasefire and continue bombing Gaza. The cabinet then voted to escalate the attacks indefinitely.

“The campaign is still far from over,” a cabinet member said, according to YNet. “Whatever we don’t do now, we will have to do in six months or a year from now.”

Another cabinet member quoted by Ynet said: “This will not end in the next few days. Israel will not stop and has no interest in stopping. It is all moving in the right direction. We will act until they admit that opening fire was a mistake … When we have hit all our targets, and the other side has still not surrendered, we will launch a ground operation even though we do not seek it.”

Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz made similar comments on Wednesday. “Israel is not preparing for a ceasefire. There is currently no end date for the operation. Only when we achieve complete quiet can we talk about calm,” he said.

Throughout Wednesday, Israeli airstrikes pounded Gaza, and rockets were launched into Israel. As of early Thursday morning in Gaza, at least 69 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli airstrikes, including 17 children. Seven Israelis have been killed by Gaza rockets, including one child and one soldier.
Biden was ordered by Israel to "stay out" of the conflict and he's doing what he was told.

"Israel has a right to defend itself when you have thousands of rockets flying into your territory," Biden said Wednesday.

"My hope is that this will be closing down sooner rather than later."

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