It's Hamas that used a mickey mouse look-a-like to brainwash little children.
It's Hamas that indoctrinates children with hate and uses schools as martyr recruiting grounds.
The fault here falls on Hamas. Again, if Hamas was eliminated ... these issues would correct themselves.
I belive Hamas is the problem. If Hamas was anihilated then peace in that region would have a chance of succeeding.
Whilst there has been some sporadic violence on the Egyptian border, while control of the blockade remains so strongly in Israel's hands and Israel remains, as the occupying power under international law the party responsible for Gaza, it simply wouldn't be logical to launch any attacks on Egypt.
Last edited by Slainte; 12-29-08 at 12:38 PM.
We all live under the same sky, but we don't all have the same horizon
In your desire to blame Israel, you cant even admit that it is NOT just an Israeli blockade.
Israel cannot and does not control the Egyoptian side of the blockade.Whilst there has been some sporadic violence on the Egyptian border, while control of the blockade remains so strongly in Israel's hands...
Egypts CHOOSES to blockade Gaza,
So, again, tell me:
If you are right, where are the Hamas rocket attacks on Egypt?
I think Isreal has given Hamas chance after chance. Hamas has continued to brainwash children at school, taught martyrdom in high schools and colleges, and launch rockets into Israel.
I do not believe terrorists of this type can be reformed. Israel has tried to make peace with them. All attempts have failed.
I cannot see reforming them (except for the young children) as a viable alternative to wiping them out.
Rejection of a Negotiated Peace Settlement:
'[Peace] initiatives, and so-called peaceful solutions and
international conferences are in contradiction to the principles of
the Islamic Resistance Movement... Those conferences are no more than
a means to appoint the infidels as arbitrators in the lands of
Islam... There is no solution for the Palestinian problem except by
Jihad. Initiatives, proposals and international conferences are but a
waste of time, an exercise in futility.' (Article 13)
THE COVENANT OF THE HAMAS - MAIN POINTS