Some of us do know what the so-called “international image” means. It means submission to the world Jewry. It means to sell one’s soul to Jewish money. Ones who refuse to sell their religious and national honor – are called “terrorists”, and out-of-touch with the realities of the world.
Israel, an outlaw entity by every definition is called the only democracy in the region by the so-called “civilized world”. The western leaders and their puppets in the rest of the world are unanimous in calling both Hamas and Hizbullah being terrorist groups which need to stop killing the “Chosen People”, who just want to live in peace on the land they stole from the Arabs over six decades ago.
No western leader like to understand Israel’s Jewish hatred toward Christians, Muslims and the Arabs at large. For example, early this month, Michael Oren, former Israeli ambassador in Washington, called Hamas a vicious, medieval, racist, genocidal organization. In November 2012, Gild Sharon, son of Jewish butcher and former Israeli prime minster, Gen. Ariel Sharon called for flattening of the entire Gaza Strip.
Now, the so-called “self-hating Jew”, Dr. Richard Falk, former UN special envoy for the Palestinian Territories (?), who is “notorious” for his criticism of Israeli barbarism recently gave Hamas three advices how it can join the “civilized world”.
1. Stop shooting thousands of rockets over Israel which have rarely killed Jews.
2. Revise its Charter of Covenant of 1988, which called for the recapture of all the historical Palestinian land stolen from its native Muslims and Christians by European Jewry since the 1930s.
3. Stop killing the Palestinians who collaborate with the Zionist entity because such actions are against the western “civilized values”, except when the Israeli Jews fellow Jews through torture.
Instead of responding to Dr. Falk’s Zionist crusade to “modernize” Hamas, I rather leave it to a British “righteous Jew”, Paul Eisen, who wrote on August 25, 2014 that he was disappointed with Richard Falk’s “moral” rant.
First, in my view, it’s fine that Hamas don’t seem to much care if they’re accepted as ‘a legitimate political actor’, so long as they’re accepted as ‘a legitimate political resistor’.
Second, much of Hamas’ resistance lies precisely in their abandonment of strategy. Who cares ‘if-we-do-this-will-they-do-that’, whatever the Palestinians do, Israelis will try to eliminate them.
And who cares about the tone of their Charter? The Hamas Charter is about resistance, so what does it matter what the Israelis and the rest of the groveling world think? And by the way, if Hamas uses the J-word for those slaughtering their children, then that’s just about right. And if Hamas calls for the elimination of Israeli state (not the people), that’s fine by me.
And as far as the recent summary execution of collaborators which Falk finds so objectionable – well, my understanding is that the Jews in Warsaw Ghetto did much the same. Would Falk like to condemn that as well?
I’m afraid Richard Falk has fallen into the trap of so many of those Jewish sages to whom the Palestinian people are do indebted. He presides over the discourse, allocating moral brownie-points to all and sundry – but fails to see who is the perpetrator and who is the victim.