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Thursday, June 17, 2021 

It's a good thing the Flag March was able to take place this week

Something that was delayed because of the Hamas rocket fire in the past month went ahead on Tuesday, with vital reason:
The Jerusalem flag march marking the reunification of the capital in 1967 took place on Tuesday under heavy security and amid ongoing threats by Hamas to resume hostilities.

The marchers were hurled rocks and insults by Arab rioters shortly after the march got underway and clashes were reported, but it proceeded as planned with at least 2,500 youths dancing with flags as they walked from Jaffa Gate to Damascus Gate. Riots near the Justice Ministry led to the evacuation of the employees for their safety.

Even before the official start of the march around 6 p.m., hundreds of youths with Israeli flags started dancing at the Jaffa Gate plaza just off the old city in anticipation of the event. The official route was not supposed to go through the Muslim Quarter, in an attempt to avoid friction and a large police presence was felt all across the area, particularly at the Damascus Gate, the endpoint for the march, where thousands were expected to dance.
It's very fortunate this was allowed to take place. Why, if it hadn't, it would've looked bad for Naftali Bennett, and worsened his image more than it already is. IMO, there should be more marches like this in the future, to send a serious message to the Islamofascists and their sympathizers.

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