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05 Apr

The Tel Aviv rally—organized to support an Israeli soldier who murdered a wounded Palestinian by shooting him in the head as the victim lay on his back—was marked by chants and banners calling for mass murder.

Massive rallies and Facebook campaigns calling for Palestinian genocide are ignored by Western mainstream media and Facebook despite concerns and collaborations aimed at stopping “calls to violence”.

This has led to frequent clashes between Israelis and Palestinians in the area.

The Tel-Aviv rally was attended by an estimated 2,000 people and several Israeli pop icons entertained attendees including singer Maor Edri, Moshik Afia, and Amos Elgali, along with rapper Subliminal.

Chants of “Elor [the soldier] is a hero” and calls to release the soldier were common.

Blaine is here to work on a secret project he hopes will be the crowning glory of his career.

And he disappears through a door marked private, goes on to the roof and climbs the tower at the top of the building.

So now he is more than 100ft up, astride a stone lion under the great revolving globe that says Coliseum. People in the offices below look out of their windows, taking pictures.

Since last October, the Israeli government has accused Palestinians and their allies of “inciting violence” against Israelis, despite the fact that only 34 Israelis have died in that time frame compared to 230 Palestinians.

The uptick in violence has been attributed to an internationally condemned Israeli encroachment of Palestinian lands in the contested West Bank.