Ayat Said lists himself as a web developer for UNRWA in Gaza. He celebrates the anniversary of the Palestinian riots of 1929 in which 130 Jews were killed, and he lionizes the perpetrators as “heroes.”
On June 17, 2019, UNRWA web developer Ayat Said commemorated the anniversary of the “Al-Buraq Revolution,” the Palestinian term for a series of Palestinian riots against Jews in 1929 in which 130 Jews were massacred. The three men lionized by Ayat Said—as heroes who were “martyred”—were convicted in 1930 by the British government for committing, according to its report to the League of Nations, “particularly brutal murders[of Jews] at Safed and Hebron.”
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