Gaza Crisis: Far-Right Israelis Chant 'There's No School Tomorrow, There's No Children Left in Gaza!'
Publisher: International Business Times
Date Written: 29/07/2014
Year Published: 2014
Resource Type: Article
Cx Number: CX16571
Right-wing Israelis have been filmed chanting "There's no children left there [in Gaza]" and "Gaza is a cemetery" in celebration of their military's attacks on Gaza.
Right-wing Israelis have been filmed chanting "There's no children left there [in Gaza]" and "Gaza is a cemetery" in a seeming celebration of their military's offensive on the territory during a Tel Aviv demonstration.
The protesters are seen waving Israeli flags and singing football-like chants to voice their anger at Arab members of the Knesset, and the people of Gaza.
The demonstrators are heard shouting: "There's no school tomorrow, there are no chidren left there [in Gaza]".
This chant came after the group threatened Israeli Arab MK Ahmad Tibi by chanting "Ahmad Tibi, I wanted you to know, the next child to get hit is yours".
The group call for the government to "take away their IDs" or Israeli citizenship because "this is the land of Israel... this is the state of the Jews".
The video ends with the group chanting "Gaza is a cemetery" in a celebration of the fact that many Palestinians have been killed in the Israeli military's air and ground offensive on the Gaza Strip.