Israel’s enemy: Netanyahu or Hamas?

Since last week, lot of exiting news are coming from the occupied Palestine.

On Saturday, former Zionist prime minister Ehud Olmert said that Netanyahu’s government was taking Israel into unprecedented isolation with its policy on Jewish settlements. “Bibi Netanyahu, is isolating Israel from the entire world in an unprecedented way, and we will pay a high price in every facet of our lives, and the Israeli public should know it,” he said.

On Saturday, Zionist prime minister Benji Netanyahu condemned remarks by Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal in which he vowed that Palestinian will never give up one inch of Palestine and told Zionists to disappear. Netanyahu also slammed West Bank president Mahmoud Abbas for his plan to unite with “terrorist Hamas” which is supported by Iran.

On Sunday, former top soldier of Israel Occupation Force (IOF), General Gabi Ashkenzai called Nteanyahu government to withdraw from the West Bank unilaterally. Gabi claimed that a total separation from PA areas would be in Israel’s interest.

Last week, the Zionist regime allowed King Abullah II of Jordan and Khaled Meshaal to enter Gaza – but threatened to kill Ramadan Shalah, leader of Islamic Jihad if he accompanied Meshaal. Last month, Netanyahu canceled Israeli airstrikes for three hours during Egyptian prime minister’s visit to Gaza. That shows who’re the double agents!

Khaled Meshaal 56, arrived in Gaza from Qatar where he lives since he left Damascus a few months ago. This was Meshaal’s first visit to Palestine after 45 year. He came to attend the 25th anniversary of Hamas founded by Sheikh Ahmed Yasin who was martyred by Israelis on March 22, 2004.

Addressing a crowd of estimated 500,000, Meshaal said that Palestinian will never recognize the legitimacy of Zionist occupation. He said that Palestinian don’t fight Jews but the Zionists who are occupying Palestinian land. “We will continue to fight them until we recover Palestine inch by inch,” he said, adding that “liberating Palestine, all of Palestine, is the duty and right and goal of all Arabs and Muslims“.

I have come across two diffrent views on Khaled Meshaal’s speech. Professor Paul Pillar, former senior CIA analyst, believes that Meshaal statement was “despicable because they denies the right of Israelis to live in their own state, in their own part of the former mandate of Palestine“. Read here.

Contrary to that, British veteran journalist and author Alan Hart said that Netanyahu is the one who “may well lead to the destruction of the Jewish state“. Read here.

Pual Pillar needs to study Palestine-Israel history from some objective source. After Turkey’s defeat in WW I, Palestine was mandated to England, one of the ‘victors’ against Germany. Mandate is nothing but a polite name for foreign occupation. When the British occupation force left Palestine suddenly in early 1948, David Ben Gurion, head of World Zionist Organization, unilaterally declared state of Israel over 56% of Palestine on May 14, 1948 just before the mandate was to expire. A great majority of United Nations members rejected the declaration. Israel was accepted as member by United Nations on May 11, 1949 on second ballot. Krishna Menon, India’s envoy at the UN objected to Israel’s application for membership, saying that since Holocaust was carried out by Germans in Europe – Jewish homeland should have been establish on a fertile German state (Bavaria) as a punishment and not in mandated Palestine which had nothing to do with Nazi Germany.

As far Khaled Meshaal’s so-called ‘antisemite’ rant is concerned – I believe it was meant as a PR. He will never call for “wipe Israel off map”, because he has already joined the US-Israel-Qatar, ‘Axis of Evil’ against the ‘Axis of Resistance’ (Iran-Hizballah-Syria). Most probably he agrees with USraeli ultimate plan of “two-state” solution; 100% Palestinian land for the Zionist Jews and Jordan for the native Muslim and Christian Palestinians. There are also rumors that Meshaal has been promised to be installed as the first president of the Palestinian state of Jordan.

The western Arab poodles are trying to unite Hamas and Fatah – not to establish a united military resistance against the Zionist entity but to kill resistance character of Hamas from within. I expect that soon the military wing of Hamas, al-Qasam will join Islamic Jihad.

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3 responses to “Israel’s enemy: Netanyahu or Hamas?

  1. Meshaal: “liberating Palestine, all of Palestine, is the duty and right and goal of all Arabs and Muslims”.
    He is just dreaming. There is no independent Arab country left to help those oppressed Palestinians. Those little sheikhdoms, such Saudi Arabia, Qatar and likes, as you mentioned, are Western poodles. All their stolen moneys from their respective countries are deposited in Western banks. Slightly disobedience would cause the freezing of their money by Western imperialism. They have billions of dollar worth of property in Western countries; they would lose everything in case of disobedience. All those traitors are holding on power by the power of their masters. In a sense those countries just as Libya, Iraq, and, soon, Syria are under occupation. Those traitors are there to protect the interest of their masters. And those traitors, through servitude (with sugar-coated name: cooperation) to their masters, are responsible for the shedding of the blood of millions of innocent Arabs and the occupation of those Arab countries. Based on that, I doubt if those oppressed Palestinian could ever be helped; they are left at the mercy of their merciless enemies.

  2. @ above commentator: Zionism is crumbling before our eyes so its not a dream.

    • Yes, Zionism is crumbling but not due to efforts of Arabs who keep supporting anti-Islam imperialists in the name of Shia-Sunny sectarianism (funded by Saudis and Qataris) or Arab nationalism – but the efforts of Islamic resistance groups in Palestine and Lebanon and the rising numbers of Jews who are fed-up with Zionist fascism.

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