US blocks UN resolution on Gaza terrorists' rights to riot
The United States has blocked as resolution in the United Nations Security Council affirming the right of the so-called Palestinians to ‘protest peacefully’ and promoting Secretary-General António Guterres’s call to hold an independent inquiry into the elimination of Muslim terrorists rioting, attacking IDF forces and attempting to infiltrate into Israel in order to murder Jews, as part of the ‘march of return’.
This marked the second straight week the US blocked anti-Israeli measures in the Security Council relating to border riots.
A week after last Friday’s violent riots, Hamas’s so-called march of return continued with the ‘Friday of the tires’, with Muslim terrorists burning tires in eco-terrorism attacks in five locations along the security border fence with Gaza.
The IDF continued Friday to block Hamas attempts to breach the border fence from Gaza, after declaring the area a closed military zone.
Ten Muslim terrorists were eliminated after attempting to approach the security border fence. Gaza’s Ministry of Health claimed a total of 300 injured.
Several attempts to damage or cross the border fence took place Friday afternoon under cover of the thick smoke emanating from the burning tires.
Attempts were also made to throw explosive charges and firebombs under the smoke’s cover. All were thwarted by the IDF.