Palestinians distribute sweets after terrorist attack in Ariel - report

"Distribution of Candy in the southern Gaza Strip, Khan Younis, to celebrate the heroic morning," the tweet translates.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 18, 2019 08:40
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Sheets with different sweet dough particles that sells individually, or together as desired in tin c

Sheets with different sweet dough particles that sells individually, or together as desired in tin cans. . (photo credit: BENREIS)

 
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Palestinians distributed sweets in the southern Gaza Strip on Sunday morning following the terror attacks in Ariel, according to a video tweeted by the Palestinian Information Center, an Arabic news site, on Sunday.


"Distribution of Candy in the southern Gaza Strip, Khan Yunis, to celebrate the heroic morning," the tweet translates.

At least one Israeli was killed and two others were injured in two attacks outside the West Bank settlement.


"Where is the world outrage and condemnation?" Arsen Ostrovsky tweeted after hearing of what he called the "barbaric" event. 

Ostrovsky is an international human rights lawyer and political analyst.



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