A shocking video said to be filmed Sunday near the town of Shoresh on the outskirts of Jerusalem on busy Highway 1, which connects the capital and Tel Aviv, is making the rounds on Facebook.
In the video the site of Arab construction workers laboring on the new train and highway projects connecting Israel's two largest cities is seen – and unbelievably, two large green Hamas flags are visible flying openly from the mirrors of their construction truck. The video can be viewed by clicking the image below.
The terrorist organization Hamas is outlawed in Israel; the group, which has the genocide of all Jews written into its charter, last summer launched its third terror war from Gaza seeking to destroy Israel.
Comments on Facebook to the video post pointed out the irony of the incident, given that an Ashkelon resident last Sunday was given a warning by police for riding into a hospital where protests had taken place with an Israeli flag on his motorbike.
That warning came despite the fact that Arab protesters supporting the Islamic Jihad terrorist Mohammed Allan who was receiving treatment at the hospital freely waved flags of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) terrorist group at the site.
Making the open manner in which the Arab workers flew the Hamas flags all the more ironic is that the Israel Security Agency (ISA) is currently conducting a crackdown on Jewish youths, issuing over a dozen administrative orders including three administrative arrests in just two weeks.
The orders and arrests were conducted with no trial or evidence, and were apparently made for nothing other than vague suspicions of being part of the "hillside youth" movement settling Judea and Samaria, according to the explanations parents of several of the youths were given at the time of their arrests.
Those draconian steps stand in ironic contrast to the air of impunity with which the Arab workers flew the Hamas flags in the video.