Palestinians riot on Israel’s border with Gaza. (AP/Khalil Hamra)

In October, Hamas prepared to inaugurate a playground near the area it shuttled children to serve on the front lines of violent Gaza border riots.

The steering committee that spearheads weekly violence and unrest on the Israeli border with Gaza is reportedly preparing to inaugurate a “children’s park” near an area that has been “a focal point for the often violent disturbances,” according to the Algemeiner, citing a Yediot Ahronot report.

This “Park of Return” is apparently ready to go and includes “games, entertainment facilities, lawns, gardens, a promenade, shaded areas for picnics, and fountains.”

Since launching the violent riots in March 2018, Hamas faced a chorus of condemnation from Israel and its allies for singling out children and forcing them to the front lines.

The park appears to be part of a campaign to put a positive spin on the terror group’s sick exploitation of children in its never-ending war against the Jewish state.

Tragically, Hamas specifically preys upon impoverished children, who are installed among other rioters and sent to the border fence to provoke IDF forces. Children of wealthy Palestinians are spared from this fate, according to claims in the Alegemeiner report.

The park’s inauguration is being launched with “further riots were held under the name ‘Our Martyrs,’” reported the Algemeiner, which the steering committee cynically called “an appeal to the international community to appeal to the International Court of Justice in The Hague against Israel for its crimes against the children in the Gaza Strip.”