? WATCH: The Christmas song made by Israeli comedians that Facebook didn’t want you to watch

Once again, Facebook – Sharia-compliant social media- removed from The Palestinian Lie Facebook Page a Christmas song made by Israeli comedians in 2010, and banned one of its admins.

Watch and share again because it’s funny, because it’s true, and because free speech is under attack.

Meanwhile in Gaza, Salah A-Din Brigades, a Hezbollah-affiliated branch of Muslim terrorists, have issued flyers threatening the 1,300 Christians living in Gaza, as a well as Muslims looking to take part in Christmas celebrations.

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Quoting the Koran alongside a burning Christmas tree, one of the flyers says that the celebration of the Christian holiday is forbidden by Islam and threatens people “not to go the way of the Jews and the Christians, indeed allah is not for the evil people.”

Not so merry Christmas - Muslim terrorists in Gaza threaten Christians Don't celebrate 'evil' holiday (2)

In Pakistan, five Muslim terrorists who were planning to carry out a large-scale terror attack targeting Christians during Christmas celebrations were arrested after a shootout in Karachi’s Mobina town.

In Egypt, security forces arrested four Muslim terrorists and eliminated another one, all members of the Hasm branch of the Muslim Brotherhood who were planning to carry out terror attacks targeting Christian Copts during the New Year’s celebrations.