A clothing store in Gaza is featuring mannequins embellished with large knives of the kind used in a wave of stabbing attacks on Israelis.
What's even more shocking, however, is the name of the store: “Hitler.”
Gaza store called "Hitler" features mannequins with knives. I'm sure they're only anti-Zionist, not anti-Semitic. pic.twitter.com/JKagh6bQHG— Yair Rosenberg (@Yair_Rosenberg) November 1, 2015
Israel Radio’s Arab affairs correspondent Gal Berger reported that the store is located in the Nusseirat camp in Gaza.
בובות ראווה בחנות בגדים במחנה הפליטים נוסייראת במרכז רצועת עזה pic.twitter.com/56XR4LpzEv— Gal Berger גל ברגר (@galberger) November 1, 2015
The mannequins were dressed as masked militants with black balaclavas and black-and-white checked keffiyeh headscarves hiding their faces.
Latest example of Palestinian culture of violence and support for terrorism: Fall-winter fashion in Gaza. So sick. pic.twitter.com/8DUGN2tYCS— Ofir Gendelman (@ofirgendelman) November 1, 2015
Another violent fashion statement was promoted late last month by a Palestinian activist who has been described as a “human rights” proponent.
Her Twitter post showed a girl wearing two dagger earrings, a fashion choice the Palestinian activist admired.
Who would like a pair of earing like this For me of course i want pic.twitter.com/pd4lvNnxku— manal tamimi (@screamingtamimi) October 21, 2015
The Israeli government has lambasted Palestinians — and their leaders — for promoting more than a month of daily attacks against Israelis by glorifying violence online.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s spokesman for the Arabic media, Ofir Gendelman, on Sunday decried the Palestinian Authority for offering full military honors at the funerals of Palestinians killed while they were carrying out stabbing attacks of Israelis.