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Hamas Is Fooling Everyone, Everywhere (Video)

The next time a Western media outlet interviews a Hamas leader, it would be advisable to ask him whether his movement was willing to change its charter.

Khaled Meshaal

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The next time CNN or any other Western media outlet interviews a Hamas leader, it would be advisable to ask him whether his movement was willing to change its charter. Unless Hamas does so, the talk about changes in its strategy only serves to spread the movement’s campaign of deception.

Originally published at the Gatestone Institute.

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About the Author: Khaled Abu Toameh, an Arab Muslim, is a veteran award-winning journalist who has been covering Palestinian affairs for nearly three decades.


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15 Responses to “Hamas Is Fooling Everyone, Everywhere (Video)”

  1. Arthur B. Levy says:

    may all our enemies be reunited with allah hadafuk in “paradise” swiftly and soon…

  2. Arthur B. Levy says:

    may all our enemies be reunited with allah hadafuk in “paradise” swiftly and soon…

  3. Arie's Pragmatic Politics says:

    No they're not. Simply put, the world WANTS to agree with hamas. Most global attitudes towards Jews have not changed in 1500 years. All that changes are the excuses for continuing it.

  4. Thalia Lowery says:

    These muslims are lying, not to be believed, We here in the USA have the same problem, with our prez and people in office, lying and dirty dealing.

  5. Liad Bar-el says:

    Abbas is just another arm of the Muslim Brotherhood Islamic Jihad effort to take whatever they can from Israel and then take the rest. Arafat said himself that he is fighting Israel with a new weapon —– politics. Might we call this politics of terror?

  6. Rick S. Geiger says:

    Hamas is not fooling too many…the real issue is that most folks in the world don’t like the Jews and really could care less if Israel survives or not; and frankly, many folks wish for the destruction of Israel, both some left wingers and some right wingers agree that they hate the Jews and want the destruction of a Jewish Israel. It is something we need to accept: there are a lot of folks that want us dead or crushed

  7. David Neubart says:

    Don’t be silly! Of course not. Just waiting to grow stronger. What Hamas doesn’t realize is that when Iran drops it’s dirty bomb, they’ll be just as dead as the Israelis.

  8. Anton Shmerkin says:

    As much as I hate to say this, Hamas' position is not that unreasonable. It's like when you're being arrested and you start throwing your arms around and shout at the officers: "I didn't do it, let me go!" But they tell you: "Look, first we have to book you and then the judge will take a look at your case. That's the procedure!" Here we have a clearly defined by the international law case of illegal occupation, so first we have to stop that. First of all, before everything else! And then figure out the politics behind the unreasonable demands and the unwillingness o fulfill them.

  9. Arie's Pragmatic Politics says:

    Occupation? Israel left Gaza years ago. What you are alleging is that wherever Jews are it is "occupied." Israel should have sent gaza back to the dinosaur age – then only mother nature would occupy it with what's left of her roaches

  10. Anton Shmerkin says:

    Don't be ridiculous, Gaza is a huge prison, it's a typical WWII ghetto: sealed from the outside, closely watched and tightly controlled so as to create harsh and unlivable conditions for the population. Think regular prison, where the guards, although representing only 5% of the population and controlling less then 3% of the territory, are in complete control of the entire facility.

  11. Joe Ritchie says:

    Israel will have to deal with hamas again.

  12. Joe Ritchie says:

    Israel will have to deal with hamas again.

  13. Garden State says:

    Under international law, Israel has the perfect right to all contested (so-called Palestinian) territories http://gardenstate.forumotion.com/t4-the-legal-foundation-and-borders-of-israel-under-international-law

    I wish Israel did a better job fighting these incessant lies about legal aspects of the conflict.

  14. Anton Shmerkin says:

    Well, Grief likes to quote the Mandate, which by Grief's own admission had lost its legality as soon as it was lifted. He dismisses the League Of Nations, the UN altogether, he makes no mention of the ICC rulings regarding Israel, nothing about the refugees legal status… Of course, we know that In 1950, the International Law Commission listed the following sources as forms of evidence to customary international law: treaties, diplomatic correspondence, practice of international organizations, decisions of national and international courts, national legislation, opinions of national legal advisers and Mr. Grief does love to quote him some Israel's own laws…

  15. Anton Shmerkin
    so you have be to Gaza?

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