Last week, during the opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem, violence broke out on the Palestine-Israeli border, as the terror group, Hamas, lobbed burning tires and kites with Molotov cocktails attached to at Israeli security officers. Celebrities like Jewish actress and singer, Bette Midler, along with Jewish, Democrat Senator Bernie Sanders (VT) condemned the actions of Israeli’s, claiming they committed acts of violence against “innocent Palestinians”. The next day, Hamas officials revealed that 50 members of their terror group were killed in the violent clashes at the border, completely disproving the “innocent Palestinian” narrative. Meanwhile, back in America, we have a public school in New York City honoring the terrorists with a moment of silence.

Fox News – A New York City school’s decision to hold a moment of silence for Palestinian victims of last week’s violence at the Israel-Gaza border has enraged some parents.

The New York Post reported that students at The Beacon School in Manhattan were asked to pause to pay tribute to the more than 60 Palestinians killed.

Numerous outlets painted Israel as the aggressor as its security forces opened fire when mass protests by the Palestinians erupted after the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.

A senior official for Hamas said that 50 of the protesters killed were members of the terrorist group.

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