Antisemitism / Ethnic Cleansing / Gaza / Palestine / Pallywood / PLO

Hamas makes a desperate PR U-turn: “Hamas leader condemned the killing of six Palestinians”

Honestly, Hamas should really reestablish themselves as marketing and PR experts.

They must have discovered that international sympathy for the terrorists dropped like a rock in shallow waters once their real nature were displayed in their killing of assumed ‘spies’ – Palestinian civilians – in which none got a fair trial or were proven to be ‘spies’.

And Hamas claims to have no clue who could be responsible for the terrorist attack on the bus explosion in Tel Aviv…

Their new PR strategy is to do a complete U-turn and pretend they are interested in UN regulations and human rights. That’s like the Nazi party crying and fighting for human rights.

It’s amusing but nevertheless the usual twisting and turning terrorists do to pretend they have valid intentions to attack and kill a people who have been vindicated by Muslims for 1,400 years:

Nov. 21, 15:53 GMT: Hamas leader Moussa Abu Marzouk has condemned the killing of six Palestinians who were allegedly spying for Israel. Abu Marzouk called the murders “unlawful,” and called for the killers to be punished. The six Palestinians were suspected of recording footage of Hamas military positions and transmitting it to Israel.

To see the original post for this, view the link here.

Nov. 21, 13:24 GMT: Hamas claims they do not know who is behind the Tel Aviv bus explosion, Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri told RIA Novosti. Abu Zuhri suggested Palestinian militant groups might take responsibility for the bombing. A Palestinian radio station reported that the al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades, a terror organization affiliated with Fatah, claimed to be responsible for the terrorist attack.

Initially denying any knowledge of the Tel Aviv terror attack, a Hamas spokesman could not contain his joy busting the new PR campaign:

Nov. 21, 11:20 GMT: Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri praised the Tel Aviv bus bombing to the press, but did not say Hamas was behind it. He dubbed the attack as “a natural response to the Israeli massacres…in Gaza.”

And Russia has suddenly joined the support for Israel. Are they finally waking up?

Nov. 21, 15:45 GMT: The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly condemned the bombing in Tel Aviv, calling it a “criminal terrorist act” in a statement issued Wednesday. The ministry also expressed sympathy for the injured and wished them a speedy recovery.


The rest of the extreme antisemites in the Muslim world, continue to be happy and proud of Jew slaughter:

Nov. 21, 15:17 GMT: Iran has confirmed it sent military aid to Hamas. Tehran is “proud to defend the people of Palestine and Hamas,” Iranian speaker of parliament Ali Larijani said in a statement on parliament’s website, without elaborating. Iran has also provided “technical assistance” to Hamas and shared with them the technology for the longer-range ‘Fajr 5’ missiles, General Mohammad Ali Jafari, head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard said. However, Iran has not directly shipped missiles to Gaza, he said.

The PR U-turn is not fully genuine. On Nov. 21, 2012, a bomb exploded on a bus in Tel Aviv. Soon after, Hamas TV broadcast its delight at the news that civilians in Israel were targeted.

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