By Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Exclusive)
A Palestinian rally supporting the Kouachi brothers who murdered Charlis Hebdo and others becomes a brazen pro-ISIS demonstration that is caught on video. What started as an anti-Charlie Hebdo rally in Gaza on Monday marked the most overt ISIS flag-waving on Palestinian territory so far. Citizens of Gaza organized a rally in support of the Prophet Muhammad and the Kouachi brothers who “defended his honor.”
At 00:45 the banner says “Worshipers of the Cross, there is more coming from the heroes of Islam”.
Shoebat.com maintained that the demonstrations against France has little to do with insulting the prophet and more to do with a war on Christians and Jews.
The full-on pro-ISIS rally marked the first time that such a demonstration of support for ISIS has occurred in the streets of Gaza in broad daylight.
The demonstration was a product of a group affiliated with Salafia Al-Jihadia—a Salafist movement operating in Gaza that has indicated support for the Islamic State and denouncement of Hamas rule within the Gaza Strip in recent weeks. Hamas police made several arrests following the demonstration, as reported by the organizers of the rally.
Despite denials by Hamas, there is growing evidence that ISIS has begun operating in the Gaza Strip.
Palestinian Authority [PA] and Israeli security sources are convinced that followers of ISIS in the Gaza Strip are responsible for some of the recent rocket attacks on Israel.
Contrary to what many in the media say, Hamas seems to be losing control over the dozens of terror cells that are joining ISIS which have even given allegiance (Bay’at) to ISIS, even publically which was also caught on video:
Videos are worth a thousand media articles, ISIS is gaining momentum amongst Palestinians.
While ISIS has already united several terror groups globally, the next step will come from the bigger players that have the full backing of the Muslim scholars including the Muslim Brotherhood and ISIS will simply be part of a grand picture of an Islamic Caliphate led by Turkey’s Ottoman revival. But first, Al-Baghdadi has to be taken out of the way.