Hamas is openly stating its genocidal purpose toward Israel, and yet, most of the world will simply stuff their fingers into their ears and say “LALALALA, I can’t hear you!”
Exhibit one: Hamas intends to unite their “army” with the PA security forces for one giant “resistance weapon” pointed, of course, at Israel.
Damascus – Head of the political bureau in the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, Khaled Mishaal, affirmed that his Movement’s participation in the next PA cabinet is under intensive deliberation and will be announced in the suitable time.
In an interview with the Arabiya satellite TV channel in the Syrian capital, Damascus, Mishaal stressed that the topic of the resistance weapon mustnâ€™t be a point of dispute.
He clarified that Hamas is willing to unite the Palestinian weapon provided it will be under a national liberation army that would continue the liberation march of the Palestinian occupied lands and protecting the Palestinian people, rather than placing it under the control of the security apparatuses.
Exhibit Two: Hamas will enact Islamic law after the elections.
Rafah – The Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, would enact the legislations and laws tying in with the Islamic Shariah, and invalidate all the laws that run counter to the Islamic teachings, if elected to the PLC, Dr. Fuad Al-Nahal, a Hamas’ parliamentary candidate in Rafah district, said.
“We would present to the Ummah and the Palestinian people the laws and legislation compatible with the Islamic Shariah and would do our best to nullify the non-Islamic ones,” Nahal told an election campaign meeting Hamas he held in Rafah Monday.
Exhibit Three: Hamas reiterates it will not disarm after the elections.
Gaza – Sheikh Ismail Haneyya, one of Hamas’ outstanding leaders, underlined that his Movement would retain its weapons following the PLC ballot despite the US pressure on the Islamic group either to disarm or drop out of the race.
“There is no discrepancy between the resistance’s weapons and the elections. And those who are pressing towards such a direction should pressure the Israeli occupation to return the usurped rights to the Palestinian people,” Hanneya told reporters Wednesday morning.
Exhibit four: The leader of Hamas explains the organizational goals.
Today we are facing a political structure that used to be based on Oslo â€“ true, it resulted from Oslo â€“ but today this structure represents a new reality in the Palestinian scene. The Palestinian people, with its will, its sacrifice, its Intifada, is creating something new, on which this Legislative Council is based. That’s why Hamas and the other forces are joining the Legislative Council on the basis of continued resistance, adhering to the weapons of the resistance, adhering to the Palestinian rights, to rectifying internal Palestinian affairs, to reform, to fighting corruption â€“ this is our platform, and we do not base ourselves on Oslo.
In spite of all the evidence–in spite of the fact that the Hamas leadership is lying when it pretends that it will give up its genocidal intent towards Israel and indeed, says one thing to the Western press and turns right around and assures its people that the end of Israel is at hand–the world continues to insist that Israel can and should “work” with Hamas.
How? Hamas wants all Israelis dead, gone, or dhimmi. There is no other solution in their eyes. “Palestine” is the country they want to replace Israel–not the country they will form from the West Bank and Gaza.
Read the Hamas charter. It remains unchanged.
“There is no solution for the Palestinian question except through Jihad. Initiatives, proposals and international conferences are all a waste of time and vain endeavors.”
These are the words that the editorialists and politicians overlook when they insist that Hamas can be “tamed.” The PLO was never tamed. To this day, PLO members infest the PA and work with terrorists to destroy Israel.
This isn’t poetry. This is their intent:
The day that enemies usurp part of Moslem land, Jihad becomes the individual duty of every Moslem. In face of the Jews’ usurpation of Palestine, it is compulsory that the banner of Jihad be raised.
It is utterly unbelievable to me that people refuse to take these words at face value. Because these are the words that were uttered by the Hamas leadership just last week:
Ismail Haniya, the top candidate on the Hamas list for Palestinian parliamentary elections, said Sunday that Hamas supports only as a temporary solution the establishment of a Palestinian states along the 1967 borders and with Jerusalem as its capital.
Haniya emphasized that Hamas does not recognize the existence of the State of Israel and maintains its vision of establishing a Palestinian state throughout all of the area west of the Jordan River.
He also reiterated that there is no chance that Hamas would voluntarily disarm as long as Israel exists, Israel Radio reported.
What part of that don’t you understand?