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A woman has lashed out at ‘poor taste’ paragliders who flew over Doncaster making her think Yorkshire was being invaded by Hamas

According to the Doncaster Free Press, a woman who lives in the village of Armthorpe said that she got a scare when hobby enthusiasts flew above her.

It comes after Hamas gunmen flew in on paragliders and killed hundreds of Israelis near Kibbutz Re’im, before taking captives into Gaza on 7 October.

The terror group stormed the Supernova music festival and cut down revellers at the event with machine gun fire from the air. 

Several paragliders could then be seen hovering in the low light above the desert scrub before they land beside a village with their rifles drawn and storm the buildings, opening fire on targets.

After spotting paragliders in the sky above her, the Yorkshire woman wrote on social media: ‘Whoever thought it was funny to parasail over the village, it was in extremely poor taste. Take your twisted hatred somewhere else.

According to the Doncaster Free Press, a woman who lives in the the village of Armthorpe said that she got a scare when hobbyist paragliders flew above her (stock image)

‘There was two parachutes with engines like Hamas used at that festival, gave me a fright.’ 

After being questioned by another resident who defended the paragliding enthusiasts, the woman then backtracked. 

The local said she thought the paragliders were engaging in a ‘scare tactic or protest.’ 

This comes as Alicia Keys was accused of making a ‘sick ode to Hamas terror attacks on Israel’ by an anti-Semitism advocacy group after asking fans if she should take up paragliding on Instagram. 

The singer, 42, deleted the post and responded to the controversy on Monday evening where she said it was ‘COMPLETELY unrelated’ to the brutal war.

Alicia was accused of using a coded messages to signal her support for Hamas after she uploaded a photo to her 27.1million followers in a green leather racing jacket with black and white highlights, in colours some said were reminiscent of the black, white, green and red seen on Palestine‘s flag. 

She captioned the post: ‘Question: What would u do if you weren’t afraid of anything??? Tell me your truth… I’ve had my eyes on paragliding,’ (sic) and added two sets of emojis of eyes.

StopAntisemitism claimed she was making a subtle reference to the paraglides Hamas used in its October 7 attack on Israel. 

The advocacy group reshared Alicia’s post on X – formerly known as Twitter – and wrote: ‘In a now deleted tweet, Alicia Keys shares an IG post about trying paragliding if she wasn’t afraid.

‘Is this some sick ode to the Hamas terrorists that infiltrated Israel, killed over 1300 people, beheaded babies, raped women, and kidnapped Holocaust survivors @aliciakeys?’ 

The music artist deleted her photo, with friends saying she was ‘horrified’ by how her post was interpreted. 

Alicia responded to the controversy on Monday evening in an Instagram Stories and denied any connection between the paragliding post and commentary on current events.

‘The post I shared earlier was COMPLETELY unrelated to the recent devastating loss of innocent lives,’ she said. ‘My heart has been breaking… I pray and stand for peace.’

Alicia and her husband, who, according to TMZ, are based near San Diego live near a well-known paragliding spot. 

Source: | This article originally belongs to Dailymail.co.uk

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