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"Non-violent protest" in Gaza would be considered terrorism in US and EU

http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2018/05/non-violent-protest-in-gaza-would-be.html

In 2012:

A magazine published by members of al Qaeda has called for Western Muslims to wage war within the United States, urging them to engage in lone wolf attacks, including setting forest fires. According to ABC News, a recent issue of Inspire magazine has surfaced on jihadi forums with one article titled “It Is of Your Freedom to Ignite a Firebomb”, which gives detailed instructions on how to build an “ember bomb” in a forest in the United States, and suggested Montana as a choice location due to the rapid population growth in forested areas.

Later in 2012;

 Al-Qaeda has been blamed for a recent series of forest fires across Europe, as the head of Russia’s Federal Security Service claimed they were set by arsonists as part of the group’s low-cost attack strategy. 

“One should note that setting fires to forests in the countries of the European Union is a new tendency in al-Qaeda’s strategy of a ‘thousand cuts’,” Alexander Bortnikov said, according to state news agency RIA Novosti, at a meeting of heads of security agencies.
“This method allows (al-Qaeda) to inflict significant economic and moral damage without serious preliminary preparations, technical equipment or significant expenses.”

It’s obvious to Western observers that a purposefully set forest fire is a form of terrorism.
Well, sometimes.

From JTA:

A fire burned for hours in a southern Israel forest after a kite carrying a firebomb crossed the border from Gaza.
Ten teams of firefighters were called to the Be’eri Forest near Kibbutz Be’eri on Wednesday afternoon to bring the fire sparked by the incendiary kite under control. The fire burned dozens of acres of forest and agricultural fields.
It was the largest fire triggered by the kites sent from Gaza since the first use of such devices by Gazan Palestinians. Israel has experienced hot and dry conditions and high winds over the last few days.

Purposefully setting forest fires is terrorism when it doesn’t happen in Israel. When Gazans do it under the command of their own Islamist leaders, it is just another form of “non-violent protest.”



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