Israel’s Parliament voted yesterday to start a ceasefire at 2AM on Friday. In return, Hamas has stopped their artillery barrages from midnight to 2AM, anticipating what the enemy would do next.

Israel held up their decision and after 11 days of conflict, Palestine wins the battle.

Currently, massive celebrations are going on in Palestine, including in the occupied regions.

The ceasefire voted by the settler parliament only applies to Gaza. In light of the new violent policies the settlers are conducting in the occupied territories (in Al-Aqsa, as well as in Hebron that I know of), Hamas may start bombing again – the very things the settlers are doing now in fact are what pushed them into this mess 11 days ago.


This is historic.

Not only that, Palestine came back from the brink and came out stronger.

We’re living in a true David and Goliath story here.

Israelis are scared, even their police is running away. By the way that account has a lot of good info directly translated from Arabic.

Oof, I wasn’t ready for this. Everyone should watch this video, it’s funny as hell.

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