Zionist prime minister Netanyahu has blasted European Union for taking off Palestinian resistance Hamas which rules Gaza Strip from its terrorist list.
“In Luxemburg the European court removed Hamas from the list of terrorist organizations, Hamas that has committed countless war crimes and countless terror acts,” Netanyahu said on Wednesday.
He went on to say that “it seems too many in Europe, on whose soil six million Jews were slaughtered, have learned nothing.”
I suppose Netanyahu really believe that it were Muslims and not the Frankist Jews who killed millions of people during the WW II.
Hamas officials have called EU decision a “moral victory” even though its European assets will remain frozen.
The overwhelming majority of countries in the world consider Hamas a legitimate resistance movement. The pro-Zionist regimes in North America and Europe, however, have designated it a ‘terrorist organization’ despite the UN Charter and International Law recognizing resistance to foreign occupation as legitimate. These regimes have done so to support the Zionist colonial settler entity so that it will remain a dagger in the heart of Islam. Zionists living in these societies are well known blackmailers.
A Hamas delegation visited Iran last week and met with senior Iranian officials over widening cooperation. Politburo member of the Palestinian Hamas Movement Khalil al-Haya underlined that the resistance movement is resolved to reinvigorate relations with Tehran.
Earlier this week, Politburo Chief of the Palestinian Resistance Movement Hamas Khaled Mashaal underlined that Hamas is determined to broaden relations with Tehran. Mashaal pointed to the Iran-Hamas relations, and said, “We have never cut our relations with Iran; we have historic ties and Iran has supported Hamas for many years.” Mashaal also noted that he would pay a visit to Iran soon.
On December 17, 2014, professor Alon Ben-Meir posted on his personal blog that Netanyahu has shattered Israel’s world image by propagating lies about Palestinians and other neighboring countries. He also claimed that an independent Palestinian state next to Israel would never pose a threat to Israel but would be a good thing for the peaceful survival of the Israeli Jews.
“Ending the occupation and establishing a Palestinian state is certainly good for the Palestinians, but it serves Israel’s needs and future wellbeing far more so than the Palestinians. Every Israeli who bought into the argument that the Palestinians are an irredeemable foe must now reexamine the falsity of this belief. The old and tired narratives Netanyahu and his emissaries keep promulgating about how untrustworthy the Palestinians are – about their bad intent, about the Gaza experience, about the Palestinians’ perpetual hatred, about their long-term strategy to destroy Israel, and about Israel’s constant and grave security concerns – no longer resonate,” Ben-Meir says.