Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Hamas still insisting on the death of the Jews and the destruction of Israel

It amazes me that a good portion of the world completely ignores the Hamas Charter, and the voices of people like the leader of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh.  The depth of the intellectual bankruptcy the West exhibits regarding statements like these is staggering in its consistency.  What does it take to believe the words coming out of the mouths of those who state publicly, over and over that their goal is to kill the Jews and take over Israel?  I really wish I knew and could explain it so that even the most rabid Kool-ade drinker could get it.

As Robert Spencer says, wishing is not a tactic, so there is no choice but to continue to tell the truth and counter the negative and biased, sometimes outright fabrications made by those who promote Islam as the "religion of peace."  Standing up for freedom of speech, religion, human rights and liberty for all peoples, including Muslims makes me an Islamophobe and anti-Muslim, so I am told.

Are you sure you want to be seen with me?

From PMW December 27 by Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik

Hamas leader Haniyeh:
Goal is destruction of Israel in stages

Hamas agrees to '67 borders

  At a ceremony marking the 24th anniversary of the founding of Hamas, Hamas leader in the Gaza Strip Ismail Haniyeh said that Hamas may work for the "interim objective of liberation of Gaza, the West Bank, or Jerusalem," but that this "interim objective" and "reconciliation" with Fatah will not change Hamas' long-term "strategic" goal of eliminating all of Israel: 

"The armed resistance and the armed struggle are the path and the strategic choice for liberating the Palestinian land, from the [Mediterranean] sea to the [Jordan] river, and for the expulsion of the invaders and usurpers [Israel]... We won't relinquish one inch of the land of Palestine." 

In his speech, Haniyeh also promised that Hamas will "lead Intifada after Intifada until we liberate Palestine - all of Palestine, Allah willing. Allah Akbar and praise Allah." 

Two days later, contradicting Haniyeh's statements, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas said that Hamas leader abroad Khaled Mashaal had agreed that: 

- "There will be no military resistance."
- "The permanent solution is on the '67 borders."

According to Abbas, Hamas agrees to a permanent solution on the '67 borders. However, Haniyeh said that Hamas agrees to a temporary solution on the '67 borders as a first stage only.

And stage two would be...

For many years, the PLO promoted a "stages plan" that would first create a Palestinian state on the 1949 - 1967 armistice lines, and then work from that position to destroy Israel.

Then the taqiyya kicks in here...

Senior Fatah official Abbas Zaki recently stated that this remains the goal for Fatah as well, but that "you can't say it to the world. You can say it to yourself."

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