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Hamas Government Advisor: “Hamas was formed to eliminate the state of Israel”


Do you believe any peace resolution and negotiations can take place from a group that want to eliminate an entire people and a nation? Do you believe such self professed “victims” are open to live in peace on shared land or is it merely speech?

And why would these “victims” seek to gain control of Andalusia and the Vatican after they eliminate or gain control of Israel? Did Andalusia occupy “their” land? Did the Vatican occupy “their” land? Then why do they insist that their “resistance movement” aims to target other countries that have nothing to do with Israel?

In an October 8, 2012 article in the Hamas newspaper Al-Risala, Kana’an ‘Obeid, an advisor to the Hamas government in Gaza, urged this movement to refrain from emulating the PLO in making political concessions and adopting pragmatist policies. Instead, he called upon Hamas to declare that it was created to eliminate the state of Israel.

The following are excerpts from the article:

. . .”Hamas must declare that it was formed to eliminate the state of Israel, and that Israel is an entity that must disappear. [Hamas] should declare that its political, military, and social plan is the liberation of all the land by means of resistance, and that the West bears the burden of [responsibility for] this aberrant entity [Israel]. This plan is Hamas’ gateway to the Arab and Islamic world. We must present this to the West, so that it decides to stop backing Israel and realizes that it has made a mistake and must rectify it.”

The Palestine-Israel conflict is a conflict based entirely on Jew hatred and the Koran and not on any loss of land for “palestinians”. And second, it is a conflict intended to wipe out the most significant historical remains of Christian and Judea history by physically destroying Israel – so that only Islamic history remains in the world. The ideology is deeply rooted in the Muslim Brotherhood aims of a singular Islamic state. Israel’s battle is not the only battle. There will be Palestine-Israel battles taking place all across the world.

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Advisor To Hamas Government In Gaza: Israel Must Disappear

In an October 8, 2012 article in the Hamas newspaper Al-Risala, Kana’an ‘Obeid, an advisor to the Hamas government in Gaza, urged this movement to refrain from emulating the PLO in making political concessions and adopting pragmatist policies. Instead, he called upon Hamas to declare that it was created to eliminate the state of Israel.   

The following are excerpts from the article:[1]


Kana’an ‘Obeid

“The deterioration of the Palestinian cause occurred in a series of steps. Initially, there were slogans such as ‘eliminating Israel’ or ‘bon appétit, oh fish in the sea!’, and the PLO slogan, ‘we will not relinquish one single grain of sand.’ Then there was the consent to [UN Security Council] Resolution 242, the recognition of Israel, and the freezing of the caduque[2] PLO Charter. After that, Abu Mazen [Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud ‘Abbas] declared that Israel is here to stay…[3]

“[Yet] none of this was sufficient for [Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor] Lieberman to defend ‘Abbas from harm. In fact, Lieberman believes… that ‘Abbasshould be forced to crochet the yarmulkes of the religious Jews, as their poet said, and to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Sukkot with them at Al-Aqsa Mosque.

“The arena to which the PLO has been dragged is very clear. This forces Hamas and the resistance factions to go back [to the beginning] and to avoid pragmatist [measures], as well as the trap of [trying to] win over global public opinion by suggesting the possibility of agreeing to a state within the 1967 borders in return for an extended hudna. This was believed to be the gateway to acceptance by the West, [but, in reality,] it was the first step down a new [slippery] slope that might later be [justified] with brilliant political arguments or even pragmatist religious rulings.

“In order to fix this [situation], Hamas must refrain from honoring any agreements that the PLO has signed with Israel. The PLO is a dead thing that cannot [even] be embalmed. Hamas’s incorporation into the PLO following its embalming, or following a reform in [the PLO’s] ranks, will constitute recognition of the agreements that the PLO has signed with Israel. The national reconciliation in no way means agreeing to a political plan that includes abiding by the Oslo Accords, and political reconciliation does not mean reconciling [in order to act] against the homeland.

“We must launch a corrective national vision, in which we distinguish between plans to manage daily life in the homeland and plans to manage the conflict. The PLO abandoned [the latter] and never took them up again, just as it withdrew from the circle of resistance and never returned to it.

“Hamas must declare that it was formed to eliminate the state of Israel, and that Israel is an entity that must disappear. [Hamas] should declare that its political, military, and social plan is the liberation of all the land by means of resistance, and that the West bears the burden of [responsibility for] this aberrant entity [Israel]. This plan is Hamas’ gateway to the Arab and Islamic world. We must present this to the West, so that it decides to stop backing Israel and realizes that it has made a mistake and must rectify it.”

Endnotes:

[1] Al-Risala (Gaza), October 8, 2012.

[2] “Obsolete” in French, a term used by Arafat to declare that the charter was no longer valid.

[3] See MEMRI Special Dispatch No. 4957: PA President ‘Abbas: Israel Was Founded In Order To Remain; Hamas: ‘Abbas Must Resign, September 14, 2012.

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