Hamas wants to be removed from terror list

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Fresh off the heels of the U.N. placing Palestine on observer status, Hamas must be feeling pretty confident because now they’re asking to be taken off the designated terrorist list. If they truly want that perhaps they should stop firing rockets into civilian Israeli neighborhoods.

 

  • http://www.artinphoenix.com/gallery/grimm snowleopard (cat folk gallery)

    The world is turning in force against Israel and in favor of Radical Islam and to the terrorists. 

    Expect that Hamas will be removed from the list of terrorists, and recall that only a couple of years back, Israel was listed as a sponsor-state of terrorism by the Homeland Security and State Department.

    When the UN makes the announcement for the creation of a Palestinian state, then Obama will strike fast and hard at Israel in the name of “Palestinian liberation,” and ensure the final and complete betrayal of one of our oldest allies.

  • http://www.artinphoenix.com/gallery/grimm snowleopard (cat folk gallery)

    To all the supporters of Obama, you have reelected a madman who supports terrorists and seeks to crush Israel once and for all. You have traded your freedom for stuff, and now see him slowly becoming elevated as a god-king over this nation.

    May God have mercy on you all.

  • landofaahs

    Take ‘em off the terrorist list and put them on the hit list.  Time to flush that toilet of turds.

  • http://youtu.be/ff8jDkOHp3U Sam Fisher

    Sure we will remove you from the list just stop killing people in the name of Allah and strapping bombs on your children.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/HEJWAU3VTK3IX67PBSS3BPJSZY James Mcdermott

    I love hows theres no talk here of the new settlements of the west bank, totally not baised tho ;)

  • Anonymous

    This will be on Obammy’s next to-do list; Taking Hamas off the list and putting Israel on it instead. You know, This would not surprise me one bit.

  • Anonymous

    Snow……I should have read your post first.

  • Anonymous

    In the words of The POTUS, “let me be clear” Israel should throw out all non-Israelis and claim all lands originally theirs……but that’s just me. No Muslim country wants the Palestinians…..why do you think that is?

  • http://twitter.com/KarenGossage Karen Gossage

    I love hows theres no talk here of the new settlements of the west bank, totally not baised tho ;) http://www.youtube.qr.net/jOUs/watch?v=9xOf6Pe0ETk

  • greywolfrs

    Want in one hand and s*** in the other, see which gets full first.

  • http://twitter.com/paoligarcy Paolina

    West bank of what? The JORDAN river. These are no “Palestinians” they are Jordanian citizens who are on the West side of the river and refuse to go back to the East side of it. Granted when they tried to settle in Jordan, they were massacred by Jordan in “Black September”.

    After being massacred by Arabs a group formed with the same name and took their revenge… not on Arabs but on Jewish people. A constant scapegoat for their own insane bloodlust.

    Israel has actually been INSANELY compassionate. If Mexicans were firing rockets into Texas and claiming we stole Texas/California from them in the Mexican-American war, we’d definitely have deported all the illegals by now, put up a fence, and would be far more aggressive than Israel is.

    And Israel’s claim to this land goes back thousands of years. These fake “Palestinians” are mostly migrant bedouin and other arabs who have not lived in the region for thousands of years as they claim.

    Yasser Arafat constantly changed his story about who they are descended from. First he said Phoenicians, then he changed it to the Philistines, then others. Worth noting Arafat considered the Mufti his “Uncle” and mentor, the same Mufti who partnered with Hitler and provided Muslim SS soldiers.

  • Eddie Carr

    I love how your comment is a word-for-word copy of a comment made 5 hours earlier than yours.  Put your clothes back on and try garnering some support with thoughtful comments instead of your body.  First off, the article is about what Hamas is attempting to do…it is not meant to be a commentary on one of the alleged causes of Hamas’ hatred of the Jewish people.  Secondly, new settlements don’t make Israeli’s terrorists nor do they justify the thousands of rockets fired by Hamas into Israel on a regular basis.

  • Anonymous

    Think you should read up on your history.

    The Palestinians are not Jordanian citizens largely because Jordanian citizenship was not a concept until 1946. The Palestinians are and were the occupants of the area known as Palestine for thousands of years. The Palestinians in Jordan (ie on the east bank) at the time of Black September were refugees from Palestine who had been forcibly ejected from their homes during the creation of the state of Israel in 1948. The massacres of the Palestinians during Black September were perpetrated by the Jordanian military in collusion with the Israelis and Christian militia groups. You claim the terrorist group Black September was set up to gain revenge against Jewish people as a scapegoat but it was to avenge the Israeli clearances of Palestinians into Jordan in the first place.

    The Mexican analogy is misleading and daft. If you are the game of making analogies to incredibly complex and localized scenarios then consider the following. The American Indians with help from the UN retake the United States, drive most Americans from their homes and allocate a splintered series of hectares for them to inhabit whilst preventing supplies from entering said territories because the Americans had possessed the sheer audacity to fight back against this usurp.

    The Israeli claim to the land is as legitimate as the Native Americans to the continent, or as the Aztecs to southern Mexico had they not been exterminated. Three thousand years ago there was an Israeli state… that means nothing. History passed by.

    Your claim that the Palestinians have no claim is categorically false. Hundreds of thousands of people lived in the area now known as Israel. They had lived there for many hundreds of years. They identified themselves as Palestinian. They had no independent state, having been ruled over by various empires, a situation that continues to this day. Simply because you have a generalized affinity with the cause of Zionism due to your cultural background, and because the Jewish people have suffered so much persecution, does not justify forcing those people to leave their homes and suffer in the manner they have done.

    Ask yourself. If you were Palestinian, your generational home had been taken away from you, your status as a people denied, your entire life surveyed and ruled over by the occupant entity and your people subjected to terrible conditions, would you accept this and move on to another country?