Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Gaza to Get more Aid

So Gaza is to get even more aid to a level far beyond today's level which is already 10 times greater than any other people in the world. Greater than Africa than has so many genuinely starving people.

The new Israeli government policy is going to allow everything except those materials associated with re-arming the Hamas terrorists.

And having persuaded the do-gooders around the world that this is justified, what do we see hear the leaders saying?

In an interview with the Egyptian opposition newspaper Al-Wafd on June 23, 2010, co-founder and leader of Hamas Mahmoud Al-Zahhar said that Hamas advocates the liberation of all Palestine, from the Lebanon border to Rafah and from the Dead Sea to the Mediterranean Sea. He said that Hamas' consent to a Palestinian state in the 1967 borders is part of a phased plan, the first phase of which is to liberate the West Bank and the Gaza Strip – and that Fatah believes, in contrast, that this is the final phase.

Read the following excerpts from another interview with Al-Zahhar, which aired on Future News TV on June 15, 2010:

Mahmoud Al-Zahhar: "We have liberated Gaza, but have we recognized Israel? Have we given up our lands occupied in 1948? We demand the liberation of the West Bank, and the establishment of a state in the West Bank and Gaza, with Jerusalem as its capital – but without recognizing [Israel]. This is the key – without recognizing the Israeli enemy on a single inch of land.

"This is our plan for this stage – to liberate the West Bank and Gaza, without recognizing Israel’s right to a single inch of land, and without giving up the Right of Return for a single Palestinian refugee.

"Our plan for this stage is to liberate any inch of Palestinian land, and to establish a state on it. Our ultimate plan is [to have] Palestine in its entirety. I say this loud and clear so that nobody will accuse me of employing political tactics. We will not recognize the Israeli enemy."

"As for the issue of a referendum – [the Palestinian Authority] is ready to impose its position on people by force. Whoever wants to hold a referendum, and believes that he can get all of Palestine for the Palestinians, can hold a referendum, but will not give up the platform of resistance, and the plan to liberate Palestine in its entirety. This is unequivocal.

"If we could liberate the Negev now, we would continue [our military activity], but our capabilities dictate that after we got rid of the Israeli presence in Gaza, we must finish off the remnants of that occupation, and move on to the West Bank."

And the world is saying that Israel must do more and more. Yet it ignores the plain speaking of Hamas.

1 comment:

Mittelmeer Kreuzfahrt said...

Been around this area a couple of times. Have to admit, the best way to travel is a cruise. And dont worry so much about this whole politics and culture stuff. It simply keeps messing you up.