'Bomb Tel Aviv' West Bank protesters urge Hamas
RAMALLAH (AFP) - Thousands of angry Palestinians rallied across the West Bank on Friday, urging Hamas militants to "bomb Tel Aviv" as Israel pursued a relentless air campaign on the Gaza Strip.
More than 1,000 protesters gathered in central Ramallah, shouting slogans of support for Gaza's Hamas rulers and waving the Islamist movement's green flag, AFP correspondents said.
"Hamas, bomb Tel Aviv!" they chanted a day after a rocket from Gaza struck the sea just by sprawling coastal city, with a second landing on Friday in an attack claimed by militants from the ruling Islamist movement.
Protesters also held up huge pictures of top Hamas military chief Ahmed Jaabari, whose death in an Israeli air strike on Gaza City on Wednesday sparked the latest bloody escalation.