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88.9% of Gaza residents support firing rockets at Israeli civilians

“(61.2%) of the Palestinians oppose the deployment of UN-multi-national forces in the Gaza Strip.
(54.0%) are satisfied with the performance of the PA-president ‘Abu Mazen.’
(64.7%) rated the stances of the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon as ‘negative.’
(88.9%) support the firing of rockets from Gaza at Israel.
(58.1%) are content with the ICRC performance, (71.2 %) with that of the UNRWA.
(75.4%) believe that the deterrence of the Palestinian Resistance has increased.
The latest poll prepared by Dr. Nabil Kukali and conducted by the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion (, during the period from August 14-19, 2014 covered a random sample of (1000) Palestinian respondents representing the various demographic specimens of adult Palestinians (18 years and above) living in Gaza Strip… during the temporary six-days cease-fire respite agreed between the Palestinians and the Israelis...

Responding to the question: 'Would you please tell us your opinion about the issue of firing rockets at Israel?'
(60.3 %) said 'I strongly support that,'
(28.6 %) 'I support that,'

(7.0 %) were undecided,
(1.4 %) said 'I oppose that,'
(1.0 %) 'I strongly oppose that' and
(1.7 %) said 'I don’t know.'"