Differentiating Hamas

It is with confusion that I watch the press try to present different sides of Hamas.  While the press may say that some Hamas members belong to the “political wing” and others the “military wing”, the simple fact is that Hamas is:

  1. a terrorist group;
  2. the most anti-Semitic ruling party in the world;
  3. a group of Holocaust deniers;
  4. committed to destroying ALL of Israel;
  5. the leading democratically elected party (winning 58% of the Palestinian parliament in their last election in 2006)

To put it another way, splicing Hamas is like differentiating between the Nazi Party, the SS and the Gestapo.  While there were differences in their roles, each was evil and guilty of genocide.

Do not kid yourselves. Hitler was democratically elected and a politician too.

Political music video on Hamas Theme Song (CSNY): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kF2fcaSPB6M

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7 thoughts on “Differentiating Hamas

  1. Israeli casualties are minimized.

    Israel strikes are a humanitarian disaster

    If this link doesn’t work, just go to the telegraph site

    “With the Palestinian death toll at 157, and with no Israelis killed”

    “Israel’s aerial campaign – the largest and deadliest since 2012 – saw strikes start early on Saturday, including one that hit a centre for the handicapped”

    “Hundreds of rockets have so far caused no Israeli deaths”

    “an Israeli strike hit the Tuffah district in eastern Gaza City, targeting a home and a mosque and killing 16 people”

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