The Israelis overwhelmingly back the shooting of peaceful Palestinian protesters at Gaza border and the US President Donald Trump’s plans to relocate the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Occupied Jerusalem, a new poll found out.
The poll, conducted by Tel Aviv University and the Israel Democracy Institute, shows that the majority of the Israelis strongly back the shooting attacks carried out by the occupation army against Palestinian protesters along Israel’s border with the blockaded Gaza Strip.
Eighty-three percent of Israelis say they support the shooting policy.
Since March 30th, 44 Palestinians were killed, among them 5 minors, and over 6,000 others have been left injuries in aggressive attacks by the Israeli military on the Great March of Return protests staged at Gaza’s border.
According to the new survey, more than two-thirds of Israelis back Trump’s decision to move the embassy to Occupied Jerusalem.
The poll shows that 63% of all Israelis say the embassy move benefits Israel.
Following Trump’s December 6th declaration, rioting broke out across the Muslim world, with leaders of Muslim-majority nations condemning the decision.
(Source / 03.05.2018)