Wednesday, 14 January 2009

A Sense of Proportion


The Palestine Centre’s copy of the Hamas Charter is down.

Now, of all times, it’s not possible to read what they are up to in their own words.

Fortunately, you can find a copy here.

I copied this from Melanie Phillips’ blog:

On January 25, 2006, the day Palestinian Legislative Council elections were held, Dr. Mahmoud al-Zahar, senior Hamas leader in the Gaza Strip and candidate for the post of foreign minister, stated that Hamas was committed to the ideology of its 1988 charter. He noted emphatically that “the movement [would] not change a single word in its charter,” which calls for the destruction of the State of Israel, and would not become a purely political movement, but quite the opposite, it would continue its policy of “resistance” (i.e., terrorist attacks) (Reuters, Gaza, January 25).

The Hamas charter referred to by Mahmoud al-Zahar was formulated during the first year of the previous round of the violent Israeli-Palestinian confrontations (1987-1993). It was edited and approved by Ahmad Yassin, the movement’s founder and leader (who died in a targeted killing in March 2004), and issued on August 18, 1988. It is Hamas’s most important ideological document and as of this writing, copies continue to be circulated in the Palestinian Authority-administered territories. It makes extensive use of Islamic sources (the Qur’an and hadith1) to assure its religious Islamic basis.

Here are Hamas terrorists using children as human shields.

Proud of it, too.

What kind of proportionality can you apply to someone who wishes to destroy your whole nation?



James Higham said...

I saw "urgent push for ceasefire" today. Don't doubt it as these terrorists get theirs. The idea of them putting their own counter-terms is so ludicrous but shows their mentality.

North Northwester said...

James Higham said...
I saw "urgent push for ceasefire" the previous ceasefires when the Israelis cease firing and Hamas don't.


Then there'll be silence from the Sinisters as Hamas retard the childhood development of Israeli children for half a generation with the constant air raid alerts.

"What we got here is a failure to communicate"...


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