Hamas humiliates Israel once again

paLESTINE[4]Since Monday, the Jewish-controlled mainstream media is trying to put mascara over Israeli face to hide Zionist regime’s military and propaganda humiliation at the hands of Hamas and Islamic Jihad in Israel’s current unprovoked invasion of Gaza Strip. Once again, the media has painted Zionist regime as “believer in peace” and Hamas as “rejecter of peace”.

After failing to defeat Palestinian resistance, Israel chose its best Arab ally, Egypt’s Crypto-Jew dictator Gen. el-Sisi to negotiate a ceasefire based on Israeli terms. Netanyahu’s cabinet immediately accepted Egyptian proposal, which being one-sided, Hamas rejected calling it Born Dead.

The Egyptian-proposed ceasefire was born dead,” Mushir Al-Masri, senior Hamas official said.

Al-Masri criticized the Egyptian foreign ministry for not presenting its proposed peace plan to Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and said, “This plan was only unilaterally given to the Israeli side.”

He noted that ceasefire needs international guarantees to make the enemy remain committed to its terms, and stressed that one of the conditions and terms that should be envisaged in such a ceasefire agreement should be “the removal of the Gaza siege”.

Al-Masri reiterated that Hamas is ready to defend the Palestinian nation with all the means in its access.

On July 15, Israel-born British writer, author and musician Gilad Atzmon posted an article entitled Once Again, Israel is Defeated.

The situation is clear.  Israel is desperate for a break in the violence. In spite of its endless ‘bravado,’ and military might, Israel lacks the military capacity and the courage to encounter Palestinian resistance on the ground. The Israeli elite recognizes that the military can’t resolve the problem, if anything, its extensive use would diminish Israeli manoeuvrability on the international front,” wrote Atzmon.

Hamas, on the other hand, has won its biggest military, political and ideological victory to date – it has managed to deliver some elementary messages to all of Israeli society: “You are living on our Palestinian stolen land, our right to return is elementary and is not negotiable. You Israelis don’t belong here, you never did, and you better had consider your options immediately,” adds Atzmon.

Hamas’ strategy in the last week has displayed a rare genius in the method it used to capitalise on Israel’s superior technology and the Iron Dome in particular.  What could be smarter or more ethical than putting Israel under a constant barrage of rockets, delivering your essential message with missiles, yet knowing that no one will be hurt?,” says Atzmon.

It seems the Zionist regime has torn apart one of UK’s most prominent Jewish Goldsmith family. British billionaire Lord James Goldsmith was one of the top Jewish donor to Israel. Yesterday, Jemima Goldsmith Khan, 40, the ex-wife of Pakistan’s world renowned cricketer Imran Khan, called her younger brother Benjamin James Goldsmith, 34, “ignorant” and “bigot” for tweeting: “Hamas uses its civilians to defend its weapons.” Ben Goldsmith is married into Rothschild family.

Watch below, Jon Stewart, the American Jewish TV talk-show host, exposing media’s pro-Israel reporting of the Palestinian conflict.


2 responses to “Hamas humiliates Israel once again

  1. | #GazaUnderAttack: Hamas and the ceasefire that wasn’t! http://wp.me/p1xXtb-3Gs
    When rumors began spreading late on Monday about a possible Hamas-Israel ceasefire brokered by Egypt, Ismail Haniyeh – the top Hamas leader in Gaza – appeared on a pre-recorded TV interview from an unknown location to address Palestinians.

    In the video, Haniyeh’s message was clear – he wanted to reassure Gazans that he and Hamas were unwilling to compromise on the innocent blood spilled in Gaza during the last nine days.

    “It is not possible for any party to bypass the conditions set by Palestinian Resistance to implement a period of calm” he said in the clip.

  2. i don’t believe israel can be humiliated.
    it can experience frustrated, impotent fury but not humiliation, which presupposed the ability to feel shame.

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