Two terrorists opened fire on a busy Tel Aviv mall, killing 4. Here’s what you need to know following the deadly terror attack.

Overwhelming celebration for the attack in West Bank, Gaza, and Jerusalem

  • Handing out candies
  • Fireworks
  • Marches in Hebron
  • Viral celebrations on social media

Palestinian organizations rush to “brand” the event and revive the intifada/uprising

  • “First Attack of Ramadan”
  • “Carlo Gustav Attack”
  • “Al-Quds Intifada Continues”
  • Graphics and hashtags in order to keep the momentum of the terror wave

Transition from “Knife Intifada” to “Carl Gustav Intifada”

  • Icon of “intifada” is now the Carl Gustav weapon
  • 65% of Palestinians in the West Bank supported the suicide bombing in Jerusalem on April 18th
  • Wide-scale support for raising the level of violence from knives and stones to shootings and bombings
After brutal terror attack in Tel Aviv, here’s what to keep in mind
  •  Hamas social media accounts were quick to take responsibility for the attack and  vowed to carry out more during the month-long holiday of Ramadan

After brutal terror attack in Tel Aviv, here’s what to keep in mind

Use of social media to promote terror

After brutal terror attack in Tel Aviv, here’s what to keep in mind

Hamas Twitter account praises the attack and deems it a “heroic” act

After brutal terror attack in Tel Aviv, here’s what to keep in mind

Palestinian Ramadan treat being stuffed with a bullet with the caption “Tel Aviv operation”