Palestinian icon Ahed Tamimi's SHOCKING warning to Israel: "What Hitler did to you was a joke, we will drink your blood"

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Palestinian activist icon Ahed Tamimi has made a shocking call for the murder of Jewish settlers in the West Bank, saying that it would make the Holocaust look like "a joke."

"We are waiting for you in all the West Bank cities from Hebron to Jenin - we will slaughter you and you will say that what Hitler did to you was a joke," she wrote in an Instagram post on Monday, according to Israeli media. "We will drink your blood and eat your skull. Come on, we are waiting for you."

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Tamimi was projected into the global spotlight in March 2018 for assaulting an Israeli officer and soldier, which she was charged with, along with incitement and interference with IDF forces. She was sentenced to eight months of actual imprisonment and eight months of probation.

She was released on July 29, 2018, after serving a full prison term.

The 22-year-old, from the village of Nabi Salih in the West Bank, has been described as one of the new symbols of Palestinian resistance to Israeli military occupation in the West Bank.

Her detractors consider her actions staged performances aimed at discrediting Israel. She and her family have been denounced in Israel as "terrorist sympathisers".

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Others, including Israeli parliamentarian Michael Oren, accuse her of dressing up in "American clothes" to provoke responses from soldiers.

Upon being released from prison, Tamimi continued to incite hatred and violence against the Jewish state. For example, in March 2019, she took to Instagram to call for the murder of then-Likud Party lawmaker Yehudah Glick.

“My soul is disgusted when I realize that he remains alive, better that he was dead. I hate him. Yehuda Glick is the most disgusting person on earth. It is permissible [according to Islam] to kill him,” wrote Tamimi.

In January 2018, Yehonatan Geffen compared Tamimi to Anne Frank; Chana Senesh, who courageously parachuted into Europe to rescue Jews during the Holocaust and was later tortured and murdered by the Nazis; and Joan of Arc. Geffen uploaded a photo of Tamimi together with a song which he had written describing her as a justice fighter: "A pretty girl 17 years old did a terrible thing/ And when a proud Israeli soldier/ Again invaded her home/ She gave him a slap."

Geffen later retracted his statements, saying, "The very fact that I brought Anne Frank and Chana Senesh into this story was a mistake, and I apologize for it with all my heart."

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