#HamasBumperStickers: Israel supporters take to Twitter with inflammatory hashtag

Ahmed Jabari, leader of Qassam Brigades in the Gaza Strip, oversees a prisoner exchange with Israel near the Rafah border crossing on October 18, 2011. The landmark swap freed abducted Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit after five years in Hamas hands.

As soon as Operation Pillar of Defense began, netizens around the world took to Twitter to voice their opinions on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 

Of the top trending tweets on Twitter, the second-most popular tweet subject in the world was #HamasBumperStickers — a series of offensive tweets launched at the Gaza-based militant faction. 


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