metronews – Abu Mazen and Haniyeh handcuffed and blindfolded in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv Mayor – Jaffa Ron Kholedi ordered the removal of billboards in the center of Tel Aviv, showing President Mahmoud Abbas and the head of the political bureau of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh sitting on their knees with their eyes covered and showing their hands raised as a kind of “surrender” and showing in their background a large amount of buildings Destructive and billowing smoke.
The newspaper “Yediot Aharonot” reported that the paintings read: “Peace is made only with defeated enemies.”
“These declarations incite violence and remind us of the actions of (ISIS) and (Nazis) that we do not want to count on,” Mayor Khaldae said.
Kholdi asserted that there are “red lines, even during the election period,” and he said: “I do not interfere with public domain posts, but this time the rules have been broken, and humiliating the other is not our way.”
The Hebrew newspaper “Yediot Aharonot” indicated that “the right-wing organization (Israel Victory Project) is responsible for the advertising campaign.”
The newspaper added that “the name of the right-wing organization is not written on the banner, but is also responsible for another advertising campaign throughout Tel Aviv, which was a few years ago, where the names of streets in Tel Aviv were replaced by the names of terms of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.” It called a label like “Tsifa Edom Street” (meaning “sirens sounding a warning of missiles”), “dolphinarium” (a dolphin club in the city of Tel Aviv that was bombed by Hamas in 2001, killing 25 Israelis), “Mawloun” Park “(an Easter operation where it was a suicide bombing by Hamas in the Park Hotel in Netanya, on March 27, 2002, during Easter, and thirty Israelis were killed and 140 wounded),” Hanktoot “(i.e. the Israeli unilateral disengagement where the government The Israeli decision to evacuate the Israeli settlements and IDF camps from the Gaza Strip and 4 other settlements in North of the West Bank), “Arafat Street” (named for former Palestinian President Yasser Arafat).
The right-wing Jewish organization threatened that “if the billboards are removed, they will direct” the organization’s personnel “to court.”