Skip to comments.Arab rioters burn tires during weekend riots, causing severe pollution in nearby Kedumim
Posted on 03/26/2022 3:40:04 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
In the Jewish town of Kedumim in Samaria, residents were forced to close themselves in their homes due to severe air pollution from the nearby Arab village, Kafr Qaddum.
For over a decade, violent riots have taken place in Kafr Qaddum, especially on weekends. The riots receive the support of local anarchists.
On Saturday afternoon, the Arabs burned a large amount of tires, and residents of Kedumim, who suffer through the riots each weekend, were forced to remain inside and close their doors and windows.
"This is an outrageous and abnormal existence," the town said. "[Central Command Commander] Major General Yehuda Fuchs and Division Commander Avi Bluth would not accept such severe pollution near their private homes for even one minute."
(Excerpt) Read more at israelnationalnews.com ...
2020 RIOTS (peaceful protests) here did the same
Just the BO alone probably caused global warming to start up again.
Greta of Arc would give them a special dispensation to burn tyres because it creates gases. And as an Israel hater, she loves gases
Better knock a couple years off the doomsday clock we don’t hear about any more since the the Brandon administration has been installed.
I’m getting tired of this burning thingy!
Kedumim would agree.
“And as an Israel hater, she loves gases”
B-but we recycle plastics and glass.
“The riots receive the support of local anarchists.”
Does “local anarchists” mean Jewish Leftists?
One would think that the Israeli government would have a response to such bad behavior, like cutting off power, cell services, water, etc.
S hole people love s holes.
“Does “local anarchists” mean Jewish Leftists?”
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